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The authorities in Egypt have continued their crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, detaining another 38 people on Thursday after the latest bomb
Angry protesters are demanding the resignation of Ukraine’s Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko after an opposition journalist was badly beaten by
The last few days have seen a dramatic turn of events in Turkey as an ongoing scandal claimed the heads of three ministers and Prime Minister Recep
The Turkish government appears to be in deep crisis after three resignations from the cabinet and the prime minister reshuffling half his 20
A shoal of biting fish in Argentina has injured more than 70 people as they swam at a popular beach in the Parana River near Rosario, 300 kilometres
It is the best present they could have asked for this Christmas.
Exit visits are being issued to the 26 foreign members of the Greenpeace team held
A boat carrying nearly 100 migrants said to be from Syria and Afghanistan has been intercepted off the Greek coast.
It was towed to safety by the
Snow in Switzerland is nothing new – but when a metre of new snow falls in less than 12 hours, things get difficult.
The San Bernardino Pass and
The government’s reaction to the latest violence in Egypt runs risks of further inflaming political divisions. Little hope remains that the generals
A Russian cargo plane has crashed in Siberia, killing nine people according to local reports.
The Antonov An-12 turboprop aircraft was on its way
French peacekeepers have helped restore calm to parts of the Central African Republic’s capital on Thursday after a day of chaos.
Heavy fighting on
Yasser Arafat died of natural causes not radiation poisoning, according to Russian forensics experts.
They are the latest to give an opinion on the
A swarm of biting fish injured more than 70 people who were bathing at a popular beach in Argentina on Christmas, a medical official said on
Some 60 million euros could be spent in London’s West End alone on Thursday as shops slashed prices for traditional Boxing Day sales.
The leaders of two of South Sudan’s neighbours have arrived in the capital Juba hoping to kick start talks between the warring parties.
It is a freezing, festive season that many will never forget in the US and Canada where ice storms have left 500,000 households without
A bomb explosion has destroyed a bus in Cairo, injuring at least five people, as tension continues to rise in Egypt.
Authorities say the homemade
A theatre director rammed a car into the rear gate of the French presidential palace on Thursday in protest over cuts in government funding for the
One of Christendom’s most sacred days… in the main cathedral of Cologne, Germany: the High Cathedral of St. Peter. The setting is Gothic, dating from
China is celebrating what would have been the 120th birthday of communist leader Mao Zedong.
Chairman Mao was the founder of the People’s Republic
Dozens of hardy swimmers braved the cold in Berlin to take part in annual Christmas Day swims.
The people of Turkey have woken up to another day of political turmoil, with news of a big cabinet reshuffle amid a high-level corruption
Ukrainian opposition activists gathered outside the Interior Ministry to demand action after a brutal attack on journalist Tetyana Chornovol.
Russia said on Thursday former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat died of natural causes, not radiation poisoning, but a Palestinian official called
Thailand’s election set for February 2 will go ahead, after the government rejected calls from the Election Commission to delay the ballot
North Korea’s army should boost its combat readyness according to the country’s leader Kim Jong-Un.
He said conflict could break out without any
Police in Thailand fired teargas in an attempt to break up a protest in the capital Bangkok.
The demonstrators had tried to disrupt planning for an
Japan’s relations with South Korea and China are more strained following Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to a controversial shrine.