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After night fell in the Ukranian capital Kyiv, there was a tense yet calm atmosphere between the protesters and authorities.
Thousands of farmers, lorry drivers, pensioners and unemployed people have taken to the streets in Italy as part of a series of protests against the
French troops are on patrol and on guard in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. In their mission to disarm former militias they have
EU employment ministers have struck a tentative agreement on which rules should apply to workers posted abroad.
The deal would implement slightly
An airport close to Madrid has been put on sale for a minimum price of 100 million euros.
It’s part of a process by administrators to secure a
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has closed the main state news agency RIA Novosti and replaced it with an organisation intended to promote Moscow’s
NASA scientists say an enormous crater on the planet once harboured an ancient lake that could have supported microbial life.
The freshwater lake
When Nelson Mandela became president of South Africa, nearly 20 years ago, the country was in deep economic trouble and close to bankruptcy after
The world’s largest air carrier has officially been created with the merger of American Airlines and its smaller rival US Airways.
It will keep
There was a carnival atmosphere in Bangkok as an estimated rally of 160,000 protesters marched to Thailand’s Government House.
They have vowed to
President Vladimir Putin tightened his control over Russia’s media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency and replacing it with an
Protesters are still out in force at Kyiv’s city hall.
Inside the building, fears the government is planning to use force are being taken
The President of the European Commission says he has asked Ukraine’s president to restrain from using force against peaceful protesters.
The icy cold and snow cannot stop the protesters in Ukraine, who have set up camp in Kyiv’s Independence Square and are steeled for the long
South Africa’s parliament held a special session on Monday honouring Nelson Mandela.
The session in Cape Town began with an announcement that
Trade unions protested in Brussels on Monday as EU employment ministers met to discuss which rules should apply to workers posted abroad.
These pictures were filmed on November 20th this year by Spanish police surveillance cameras.
They feature a chain of nearly a thousand migrants
With just over a month left until the Ballon d’Or award is officially announced, World governing body FIFA has named Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi
French troops have traded fire with rebels in the Central African Republic who have refused to lay down their weapons.
It is reported many fled
We have all been there.
You are settling into your seat getting ready for take off when an air hostess taps you on the shoulder and tells you to
Following the discovery of the Higgs boson, this year’s Nobel prize for physics – as expected – went to the two men who first came up with the theory
Qunu in South Africa’s Eastern Province is surrounded by a rural landscape where Nelson Mandela played as a young boy, where he was baptised and went
Greece’s severe recession continues to dissuade people from spending money, further dragging down consumer prices.
In November inflation fell 2.9
European aerospace company EADS is restructuring, including reducing its global workforce by nearly five percent.
The job cuts will be spread
The city of Lyon has once again drawn millions of visitors for its annual Festival of Lights.
Already world-famous for its gastronomy, Lyon is
Riot police have taken up positions close to anti‐government protests in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv.
The move comes ahead of a deadline for
Tensions are rising in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv after hundreds of riot police positioned themselves outside City Hall which is occupied by