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Night falls in Bangkok with no end to the anti-government protests despite a meeting between the opposition leader and the prime minister.
Former two time overall world cup champion Aksel Lund Svindal claimed his first race win of the season on Sunday when the Norwegian won the super
Euronews’ cameraman Roman Kupriyanov was among those been beaten by riot police whicle he was covering the anti-government demonstration in
Riot police and demonstrators clashed in Kiev after a rally in which opposition leaders called for President Viktor Yanukovic and his government to
Japan entered the final day of competition at their home Judo Grand Slam in Tokyo having won all nine medals on offer from the first two days.
Before Sunday’s huge rally in Kyiv, Ukraine’s Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko warned that police would respond if there was what he called
At least four people are feared dead after a train derailed north of New York. It’s reported that 63 people have been injured, of whom six are in a
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have been rallying in Kyiv against their President’s U-turn on Europe, amid increasingly chaotic scenes.
A passenger train has been derailed in New York with multiple injuries, authorities say. There are unconfirmed reports that at least four people have
Actor Paul Walker has died in a car crash in Southern California. His death has left his fan base across the world in shock.
The star of the
Defying a ban on city centre protests, tens of thousands of Ukrainians are rallying in Kyiv, to denounce the decision to reject an
Should Croatia constitutionally ban gay marriage?
That is the question being answered by
voters on Sunday in a controversial referendum spearheaded
Across Scotland this Sunday, those killed in Friday’s freak helicopter crash at a packed pub in Glasgow city centre are being remembered.
Protesters seeking to overthrow Thailand’s government have taken control of state television headquarters in Bangkok.
They have already occupied
Reverend Pat Storey has been consecrated as the first female bishop in the UK and Ireland at a ceremony in Dublin.
The married mother-of-two made
Around 300 people have taken part in an animal rights protest in Milan.
Organised by Animal Amnesty, they are calling for an end to lab testing
Clashes broke out as rival protests took place in Innsbruck, Austria, on Saturday.
Members of a right-wing student fraternity were demonstrating
Dominik Paris won his third career World Cup race on Saturday by storming to victory in the first men’s downhill event of the season at Lake Louis
Lara Gut continued her blistering start to the ALpine skiing season on Saturday when she won the women’s Super G in Beaver Creek Colorado.
Day two of the Judo Grand Slam in Tokyo saw four weight categories take to the tatami and Japan continued their impressive showing by maintaining
US actor Paul Walker has died in a car crash in California.
A statement from his Facebook page announced that he had been a passenger in a friend’s
With rescue operations still underway, questions are being asked about how a helicopter apparently “fell from the sky” onto a pub in Scotland on
Chanting: “We are all the children of immigrants”, thousands of people marched on Paris to call for an end to racism.
It marks the 30th
Around 1,000 supporters of the Greek far-right Golden Dawn party gathered outside parliament in Athens on Saturday.
The smaller than expected