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At least eight people have been killed and scores injured when a 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck Borazjan, Iran on Thursday evening.
Construction of a controversial 33-kilometre long, 3-metre tall fence has begun along the Bulgarian border with Turkey. The aim is to stop people
Tens of thousands of people gathered in the centre of Kyiv, on Thursday evening, holding a vigil to urge the prime minister to sign a trade deal with
Tour de France General Director Christian Prudhomme revealed on Thursday that the first stage of the 2015 race will be an individual time-trial in
EU leaders have arrived in Vilnius, Lithuania for the Eastern Partnership Summit.
Both EU and Ukrainian officials said on Thursday that the
He may be 77 years old, in disgrace and out of power, and harried on all sides by no less than four legal cases which could eventually see him to go
The French unemployment rate fell slightly in October 2013.
Although it marks a drop of 0.6 percent on the previous month – it was still 6 percent
The European Union launched its Eastern Partnership programme in 2009, with a view to encompassing six countries of the former Soviet sphere. It was
In arguably their best performance of the season Manchester United cruised into the last 16 of the Champions League with a 5-0 thumping of Bayer
Lobbyists for genetically-modified crops are influencing the media, according to French researcher Gilles-Eric Séralini.
Séralini’s study showing
The virtual currency Bitcoin has been trading at record highs.
Bitcoins were trading at more than $1,000 dollars (735 euros) a piece on November 28
Two Senate committees in Belgium have voted and approved a proposal to introduce the right to grant euthanasia for terminally ill children.
A Roma community has been evicted from one the largest camps in France.
The settlement in St-Ouen, St-Denis in Paris, which was home to 800 people
At least seven people were killed in an earthquake in Iran on Thursday near the city of Bushehr, where the country’s sole nuclear power plant is
Spanish Police have arrested three Nigerians accused of kidnapping two Nigerian children to force their mothers into prostitution.
They are charged
A community of artists in Vitebsk, Belarus, is creating unusual pieces using glowing paints.
The installations provide the viewer with a dual
With his self-titled debut among the ten best-selling albums in Britain, 19-year-old Jake Bugg recently released his second CD, creating a buzz in
One of Formula One’s best known team principles Ross Brawn is to leave Mercedes at the end of the year.
The 59 year old Briton is standing down
Juventus boosted their chances of reaching the last 16 of the Champions League on Wednesday night following their 3-1 win over FC Copenhagen.
Ukraine continues to be the hot topic as the EU’s Eastern Partnership summit gets underway in the city of Vilnius.
Ukraine was expected to sign an
More than 20,000 workers in Germany have taken to the streets in protest at plans by European aerospace company EADS to restructure, which could see
The world’s oldest tour operator Thomas Cook has raised revenue after a three-year slump.
The British firm beat analysts’ forecasts with
The longtime headquarters of the Washington Post newspaper are being sold to real estate developers Carr Properties – for a reported price tag of
Japan and South Korea have admitted they have flown planes along an air corridor in defiance of China declaring it an air defence zone and demanding
Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, is a lively city, with over 10,000 years of history and civilisation.
The city and island’s cultural heritage is
Experts say rebuilding the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan could take up to ten years.
The reconstruction work has been described as “like
Germany’s unemployment rate climbed in November for the fourth consecutive month, hitting its highest level since April 2011.
Data from Germany’s
December 1 is annual World AIDS Day; an opportunity to look at how medical research into fighting the disease is progressing. Today, 35 million
The Italian Senate may have killed Silvio Berlusconi’s political career by expelling him on Wednesday, but the political animal is very much alive