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Memorial events have taken place to mark the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, which claimed the lives of 270 people.
Wreaths were laid at
The Donbass region is located in Eastern Ukraine and is one of President Viktor Yanukovich’s strongholds.
The highly industrialised area has close
Erik Guay put an end to his World Cup misery on Saturday after winning his first race in just under four years with a downhill triumph in Val
Jan Ziobro stunned the big guns to lead a Polish one two at a world cup ski jumping meet in Engelberg, Switzerland.
The Pole, who had never reached
Marianne Kaufmann-Abderhalden celebrated her first career victory in the Alpine skiing world cup when she won the women’s downhill on a glorious day
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the high-level corruption probe that has led to dozens of arrests – including the sons of
Two NASA astronauts have set out on a spacewalk to carry out repairs at the International Space Station (ISS).
Part of the ISS cooling system
Former Russian oil tycoon, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, has been reunited with his family his Berlin after being released from prison on Friday.
A Palestinian delegation led by President Mahmoud Abbas has visited Cairo to meet the Arab League – a day after the bloc described the
Canada’s Supreme Court has ruled to overturn the country’s anti-prostitution laws.
It is a victory for the group of former and current sex trade
The sons of two Turkish government ministers and the head of a state-owned bank have been charged in connection to a corruption probe.
Thailand’s opposition Democrat Party will boycott a Feb. 2 election, its leader said on Saturday, a move that could deepen uncertainty amid
The “cartoneros” of the Argentinean capital Buenos Aires search through rubbish to find goods that can be used or recycled.
Pope Francis, who hails
Best-selling young adult fiction writer Ned Vizzini, whose 2006 semi-autobiographical novel “It’s Kind of a Funny Story” won plaudits for its
Twinkling lights, bustling holiday markets, and elaborate window displays light up Paris this December – although consumer spending has reportedly
The last Volkswagen camper vans will roll off the production line at the end of this month in Brazil – the only country still producing them.
A French company has implanted its first artificial heart, which can beat for up to five years.
Carmat says the operation went smoothly and that
A serial killer – dubbed the “St.
Valentine’s Beast” – was captured on Friday by French police after going on the run from an Italian
The United Nations (UN) has condemned a deadly attack in South Sudan that killed two of its peacekeepers and at least 11 civilians.
There has been a fresh wave of violence in Central African Republic, with shootouts at checkpoints reported on Friday.
A mosque was also destroyed
Data collection in the US could be “refined” to give the public more confidence that their privacy is not being violated.
President Barack Obama
Madagascar has been voting in round two of a presidential poll, which it is hoped will help one of Africa’s poorest
nations emerge from political
Ex Russian tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky has arrived in Berlin, as debate rages over the reasons behind his release from prison.
He was met by former