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Tacloban in the Philippines – survivors of last month’s typhoon Haiyan have become used to living among the ruins…
But it is Christmas time and
The United States has found itself in hot water once again over new revelations that it spied on Israel.
Former National Security Agency contractor
The United Nations Secretary General has issued a stern warning to all sides amid fears of civil war in South Sudan.
It comes as tens of thousands
Vladimir Petkovic will take over as coach of Switzerland’s national football team after the next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
There are glimmers of hope for the Greek government with signs that the economy may grow in 2014 and high unemployment dropping slightly, but it
The Russian Navy’s second nuclear-powered strategic missile submarine, the Aleksandr Nevskyhas, has entered service.
It’s part of a next-generation
Ten immigrants have started a hunger strike at Rome detention centre. Five Tunisians and four Moroccans have sewn their lips together using string
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta promised on Monday to cut bureaucracy, overhaul the tax system and labour market, as well as introduce a series
The European Union has welcomed the release from jail in Russia of the two Pussy Riot activists, adding that it hoped other prisoners would also be
On the 23rd of December 1913, the then American president, Woodrow Wilson, signed the document creating the Federal Reserve System.
Since then the
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the man responsible for developing the AK-47 assault rifle, has died aged 94 in his home city of Izhevsk in Russia. He had been
There were high hopes for peace and prosperity just over two years ago when South Sudan celebrated its newly found independence from Sudan. Decades
Egyptian security forces have clashed with university students protesting in Cairo against the prison sentences handed down to three leading figures
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the Russian who designed an assault rifle that has killed more people than any other firearm, has died at the age of 94. He
Central African Republic
African Union peacekeeping troops from Chad have clashed with demonstrators in the Central African Republic, near the airport in the capital
Amateur video obtained by euronews purports to show Syrian rebels shelling two Aleppo airports on Monday in retaliation for army helicopters dropping
Technology firm Apple has signed a deal with the world’s biggest mobile phone network, China Mobile.
It means iPhones will soon be on sale in the
Three days after President Vladimir Putin’s liberation of former oil tycoon and opposition critic Mikhaïl Khodorkovsky from prison, it was the turn
With her fighting spirit intact, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot, was defiant as she emerged from jail early, on
In Ukraine’s industrial east, many people believe their economic future is closely entwined with Russia, especially after recent agreements
New York-based jeweller Tiffany’s has slashed its profit outlook for this year following a court decision that it must pay watch company Swatch
Aerospace company Rolls Royce is under formal investigation by Britain’s Serious Fraud Office.
The company is being probed over possible bribery
Around 200 people gathered in the city of Hanoi to practice laughing yoga. They circled a Christmas tree and began stretching and dancing, before a
Ukraine’s opposition has vowed to continue anti-government and pro-EU protests over the holiday period, despite an economic deal signed with Russia
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has evacuated injured civilians and non-essential staff from Bor to the nation’s capital, Juba
What now for Ukraine’s anti-government protesters?
Opponents of President Viktor Yanukovych were still in Kyiv’s Independence Square on Monday but
Anti-government protesters in Bangkok blocked access to an election registration centre on Monday in an attempt to prevent candidates signing up for
It is the busiest time of year for businesses and customers: the Christmas rush and then the New Year sales in many countries. But how many of us
Pussy Riot punk band member Maria Alyokhina walked free from jail on Monday, immediately dismissing the Kremlin’s amnesty that granted her early