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In a rare show of bipartisan unity, the United States Congress has passed the first gun legislation since the Sandy Hook School shooting in
Ahead of Friday’s draw we look at the favourites among the major European contenders.
Defending champions Spain have well secured their place in
Fidel Pavlenko, euronews: “We’re joined by our correspondent in Kyiv Angelina Kariakina. Has the opposition lost momentum now that its attempt in
Egyptians are mourning the death of the man known as the “poet of the people” who challenged successive military leaders and whose work inspired
Just hours after the Ukrainian parliament rejected the no-confidence motion in the Yanukovych government Russia’s Gazprom and the Ukrainian energy
Delegates from 25 African countries and five Asian nations have drawn up a plan to address the upsurge in elephant poaching and illegal ivory trading
Several thousand anti-government protesters rallied in Kyiv’s Independence Square on Tuesday afternoon. They’re upset about the Ukrainian
What has happened to the man once seen as the power behind Kim Jong Un’s throne in secretive North Korea?
Jang Song Thaek is the young leader’s
When gunfire rang out in an apartment block in a Reykyavik suburb in the early hours of December 2 it marked the first time an Icelandic armed police
Zahir Belounis, the French footballer who was allegedly stranded in Qatar for 17 months, is launching legal action against his former employers
An influential group of MEPs have called for stricter data protection laws.
It came during another European Parliament hearing regarding the Edward
The fairtrade watchdog Transparency International reports in its latest global roundup that two-thirds of the 177 countries it surveys are below
Wedding season is in full swing and Pakistan’s leading bridal fashion event is back in Lahore with its exotic treasure trove of bejewelled couture
The creme de la creme of football gathered in London for the premiere of a documentary celebrating the success of a generation of Manchester United
The second part of Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit“ trilogy has opened in Los Angeles.
Based on J R R Tolkien’s 1937 classic novel, the movie is the
A suicide bomb attack at a government building in central Damascus has killed at least four people and wounded more than a dozen.
Europe’s most active volcano, Mount Etna, erupted again on Monday night, spewing lava and volcanic ash on nearby towns.
This latest eruption didn’t
A Japanese island formed by volcanic activity in Tokyo’s Ogasawara island chain keeps growing.
The land mass surfaced off Nishinoshima Island about
At least two people have died and dozens are injured after two motorway pile-ups on the A19 Motorway in Zonnebeke, West-Flanders, Belgium. At least
When it comes to maths, science and reading, Europe’s school pupils have a lot of homework to do if they want to catch up with young people in
Even in good times November is a cruel month for Spanish unemployment as all that tourism-based seasonal work dries up, so last month’s fall in the
Ukraine’s government survived a no-confidence motion as tens of thousands of protesters surrounded the parliament building in central Kyiv, calling
Drones are increasingly becoming part of our lives. In parts of the Philippines, recently devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, drones equipped with small
The Harlem Shake craze that swept the world in the first months of 2013 has been resuscitated by inmates in a prison in north-west France, local
At least four people have been killed and more than a dozen injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up in central Damascus on Tuesday afternoon
Improving competitiveness is one of the big challenges facing Europe as it struggles on the road to economic recovery. Why are some businesses and
After the Ukrainian parliament’s rejection of a motion to hold a vote of confidence in the government, tens of thousands of people are making their
The Chinese city of Shanghai came top for mathematics, reading and science among teenagers in a study that suggested East Asian schools were driving
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle, considered the power behind the throne, is believed to have been dismissed from his posts, a South Korean