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Syria’s main political opposition group, the Syrian National Coalition, has announced that it will attend next week’s peace talks in
In Egypt, more than 98 percent of those who voted in a constitutional referendum supported the government. But just over a third of the electorate
Riot police in Istanbul used water canon as crowds demonstrated against a draft bill that would increase controls over the internet.
In Egypt, 98.1 percent of those who voted in a constitutional referendum supported the government. But the turnout was low: just 38.6 of the
A Taliban suicide squad has killed 21 people at a restaurant in Kabul in the deadliest attack on foreign civilians since the US-led invasion of
Democratic Republic of Congo forces have attacked Ugandan Islamist rebels in the lawless east of the country.
The UN-backed offensive has been
Trying to get the balance right in reforming US spying
policies, President Barack Obama has gone too far for some and not far enough for
An urban project in the city of Burgos in northern Spain has sparked demonstrations in Madrid and throughout the country.
The local authority’s
Patrick Kueng has stormed to victory in his native Switzerland, setting the fastest pace in Saturday’s downhill event.
Clocking 1 minute 32.66
Snowboarding great Shaun White, suffered a bad fall on Thursday during qualification for the United States slopestyle team.
The two time Olympic
As further fighting in the Central African Republic (CAR) sparks fears of genocide, it’s emerged that more than 6,000 child soldiers may now be
“Leave early and live”.
That is the stark message from Denis Napthine, the premier of Victoria state, for those whose homes are at risk from the
There has been another school shooting in the United States.
Gunshots hit a 15-year-old boy and girl in the gymnasium of the Delaware Valley
The Vatican has confirmed that close to 400 priests were defrocked in 2011-2012 by Pope Benedict XVI over claims of child abuse.
In a surprise victory, Stephane Peterhansel has won the twelfth stage of the Dakar Car Rally, taking the lead from his Spanish teammate Nani Roma
Thousands had gathered to mourn the death of a Muslim spiritual leader in India.
But the tribute turned to tragedy when a stampede broke out
Ratings agency Moody’s has upgraded Irish government debt from junk status to investment grade.
The upgrade is the latest in a series of positive
At least 21 people, most of them foreigners, and including UN and IMF staff, have been killed in a suicide and gun attack in the Afghan capital
After weeks of debate, US President Barack Obama has announced additional oversight measures for National Security Agency surveillance programmes in
Anti-government demonstrators in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv have been protesting against laws passed by parliament on January 16, which virtually ban
An Irish driver involved in a fatal car crash near the Hungarian capital Budapest will be allowed to serve most of his sentence in Ireland.
Three weeks ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has reiterated earlier statements that gay visitors are welcome
Officials say 36 people have been injured in Friday’s explosion at a demonstration in Bangkok.
It came after several days of calm in the Thai