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A suicide bomber has killed 23 Iraqi army recruits in Baghdad. The attack was on men joining the government’s fight to expel al Qaeda-linked
Traffic jams may have spelt the end to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s hopes of being a credible Republican presidential candidate in
Spain’s Marc Coma overcame technical problems to claim the fifth stage of the Dakar Rally between Chilecito and Tucuman in Argentina on Thursday
The opening show in a planned tour by controversial comedian Dieudonne has been stopped just before it was due to open.
Around 5,000 people had
There is hardly another way to look at it: New Jersey’s governor Chris Christie, the leading contender in the wide field of Republican 2016
The interim president of the Central African Republic steps down today at a meeting of regional leaders in Chad in a move it is hoped will end
Niagara Falls has almost completely frozen over because of the polar vortex sweeping Canada and the US.
The bitterly cold temperatures of around
Fish and dairy firms in Estonia have been banned from exporting produce to Russia in a move by Moscow.
Russian authorities said the import ban was
The privately built spacecraft Cygnus finally launched on Thursday – destination the International Space Station.
It will take essential cargo to
Controversial French comic Dieudonne’s planned opening show in Nantes on Thursday night will not now go ahead.
Judges in the Council of State the
There will soon be no respite for rail travellers in one of the last places where they could escape fellow passengers shouting “I’m on the train”
There have been angry clashes in the Tataouine governate in Southern Tunisia after market sellers were prevented from setting up stalls by
An embedded camera films the ‘Great Wall skating marathon’ on the Yellow River in China.
Greek police have arrested three people and charged them with money laudering and defrauding the state.
A businessman and two officials at
Renée Fleming, the critically acclaimed American soprano shone at the New Year’s Concert of the Staatskapelle Dresden.
In the show Berlin met
In this unedited extra material Renée Fleming tells us about her role as Creative Consultant at the Lyric Opera in Chicago, the challenges of
The Taliban in Pakistan have claimed a “huge victory” with the suicide car bomb killing of top police Superintendent Chaudhry Aslam, who had a
Demonstrators in Istanbul have clashed with police during a protest march on the French consulate.
Around 600 people had gathered in the Turkish
The condition of Ariel Sharon, the former Israeli prime minister who has been in a coma since 2006, has deteriorated sharply.
A statement from the
Just days after his Communist Revolution’s 55th anniversary, former President Fidel Castro has been seen in public, for the first time since last
At 47, Rose Fostanes has taken X-Factor Israel by storm with her booming voice and stage presence.
The Filipino is now a national phenomenon. Rose
US whistleblower Edward Snowden could be invited to testify before the European Parliament by video link from Russia.
The parliament’s Civil
The European Central Bank says it is determined to use all available means to prevent inflation falling too low.
Despite price rises slowing
A court in France has ruled controversial comic Dieudonne can open his nationwide tour in Nantes on Thursday evening.
His performances have been
After experiencing the chillingly harsh realities of Arctic life with the Polar Vortex, Americans are in for a brush with a more benevolent freak of
In ‘The Legend of Hercules’, Kellan Lutz stars as the mythical Greek hero, half-man, half-god, blessed with extraordinary strength.
In Russia, security has been ramped up after five bodies were discovered in the south of the country.
All the victims, including at least two taxi
R. Kelly is back with a new album that marks his return to the more aggressive raunch that made his name.
In his past two albums, R&B’s bad boy