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Sydney was among the first major global cities to usher in the new year.
A spectacular fireworks lit up up the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera
His hostage ordeal over, Catholic priest Georges Vandenbeusch is heading home from Cameroon’s capital to France after over a month in
Bulgaria and Romania have been waiting for seven years for the same cross-border work rights as other Europeans for their nationals within the
In Volgograd, the first funerals for victims of Sunday’s train station attack have taken place, as emotional residents lay flowers at a memorial at
In a New Year’s Eve address, Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed to “fiercely and consistently continue the fight against terrorists until their
Michael Schumacher’s fall is a salutary reminder of the risks of winter sports, nowhere more so than in the French resort of Meribel.
That is where
The South Sudanese government and rebels fighting to overthrow it have both agreed to a ceasefire. It was announced by the Intergovernmental
Without fanfare, euro cash was delivered to shops, restaurants and businesses in Riga over the last few days of December. Everyday Latvians leading
Spectacular fireworks filled the Sydney skyline to celebrate the start of 2014, lighting up the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
It’s been a busy year for the FEMEN movement! Here are some of their most memorable moments…
October 2013: Three FEMEN activists in Germany called
A father who murdered his two children in France has killed himself in prison, it’s emerged.
Julian Stevenson’s son, 10, and daughter, 5, were
It can be lonely stranded in one of the coldest and remotest places on earth. The Australian ice-breaker Aurora failed in its rescue mission as the
Singer Beyoncé has been criticised for ‘insensitivity’ over a sample used in one of her latest songs.
The popstar incorporated audio of a
Central African Republic
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) says it urgently needs donations to feed the hungry in the Central African Republic (CAR).
The WFP is
Doctors treating Michael Schumacher for brain injuries say his condition has slightly improved following surgery last night.
But they stress that
A girl who set herself on fire after being gang-raped twice has died from her injuries, police say.
The 16-year-old tried to kill herself on
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has led a triumphant homecoming for the latest Palestinian prisoners to be freed by Israel as part of the
For the first time ever, women make up the majority of the Queen’s annual New Year’s Honours list, representing 51 percent of all those
A French priest who was abducted in northern Cameroon has been freed.
Father Georges Vandenbeusch was kidnapped in early November.
The owner of a Bangladesh clothing factory where 112 workers died in a fire is wanted on murder charges, it’s emerged.
A court issued an arrest
It’s official: the Vatican says the Pope has not ‘abolished sin’.
It was forced into issuing a denial after well-known Italian intellectual and
Competitors gathered for the the 2013 Car Jumping title, convincing the judges at West Sussex in southern England thanks to a combination of flight and flair.
Six months of negotiations to resolve some of the outstanding issues in the peace process in Northern Ireland have ended without a deal.
Doctors treating Michael Schumacher have revealed they carried out a two-hour operation to remove blood from a clot in the skull of the Formula One
A huge cargo train has exploded into flames after a collision in the US state of North Dakota.
Two trains – one of which was one-and-a-half
Israel has released 26 Palestinian prisoners as part of US-brokered peace efforts, while announcing it will build more homes in Jewish settlements
For those who use marijuana as a recreational drug, January 1 in the US state of Colorado is a day worth waiting for.
For that’s when it’s going to
The first funerals of victims in Sunday’s suicide bombing in the Russian city of Volgograd are to take place as shocked residents are still dealing
People living rough in Japan are providing contractors in Japan’s nuclear disaster zone with an opportunity.
Three years ago, a massive earthquake
Democratic Republic Of Congo
Congolese troops have regained control of three strategic sites in the capital Kinshasa after raids by what the government described as a ‘terrorist