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A slaughter is underway in Hong Kong. Over 20,000 birds mostly chickens have been destroyed in a bid to stamp out the spread of the H7N9 strain of
The UN Security Council has approved the deployment of European troops to the Central African Republic as violence worsens between Christians and
Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher remains in an induced coma in Grenoble, France following his skiing accident one month
Red Bull unveiled their new car for the fast-approaching Formula One season on Tuesday along with their line-up of four time reigning world champion
Tuesday was a very busy day in Ukrainian politics.
Early in the day morning, the Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, offered his resignation.
A summit between the EU and Russia has ended with Vladimir Putin warning against foreign interference in Ukraine.
EU leaders, however, tried to
Egypt’s strongest man is enjoying robust popularity among a huge proportion of the people, hailed as a protector, a provider — possibly a
The Criminal Court in Cairo has decided to postpone the trial of Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Mursi until February 22.
He appeared at the start
With just ten days to go before the start of the Sochi Games, the Olympic torch is in the Caucasus region.
It was carried through Chechenya on
Russian president Vladimir Putin has clashed with EU officials over Moscow’s role in Ukraine, during talks in Brussels.
The former KGB man received
The White House has said to expect an optimistic State of the Union address from President Barack Obama — a policy programme speech that will focus
New York is reaching fever pitch as the city gears up for to host Sunday’s Superbowl for the very first time.
The NFL showpiece match sees the
Despite suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, Columbia striker Radamel Falcao remains optimistic about his chances of making the
Euronews correspondent in Kyiv says: “The next step is to wait to hear from the opposition. The resignation of the prime minister was a call to them
US and UK spy agencies have been developing methods of scooping up user data from smartphone apps such as Angry Birds, it has emerged.
Activists from the self-styled women’s rights group, FEMEN, have staged yet another topless protest against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
For the first time more than one billion smartphones have been shipped in a year.
The statistics for 2013 come from research firm International
American singer/songwriter Pete Seeger has died at the age of 94.
Blacklisted during the McCarthy era for his Communist ties, Seeger was a
Blas Pinar, one of Spain’s most emblematic far-right politicians, has died at the age of 95 after a long illness. Founder of the “Fuerza Nueva” or
Thailand’s embattled government is pushing ahead with a general election on Sunday despite warnings it could end in violence. It follows a meeting
Rescue operations are continuing to halt a wild fire that is sweeping across northern Norway. The blaze which began on Monday night is raging through
Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón won the top honour from his peers at the Directors Guild of America for his blockbuster ‘Gravity’, cementing his
When she published her short story ‘Brokeback Mountain’ back in 1997, little did American author Annie Proulx know that her tragic cowboy love story
Ralph Fiennes, Felicity Jones and Kristin Scott Thomas have hit the red carpet in London for the premiere of ‘The Invisible Woman’.
It is the
Thousands of people gathered outside Milan’s La Scala opera house to pay tribute to opera conductor Claudio Abbado.
Abbado, who died on January 20
Methane from cows’ farts and burps caused an explosion in a German town, police say.
Their flatulence and belching led to a build up of gas in the
A Muslim family fleeing violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) capital Bangui have come under fire from guns and grenades after their car
Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Mursi has gone on trial in a new case over his alleged escape from prison in 2011.
He is charged with kidnapping
IKEA has posted record full year profits and said it was seeing signs that consumer spending was starting to recover in many of its markets.
Britain’s economy last year recorded its fastest annual growth since 2007 – before the financial crisis.
GDP increased by 1.9 percent – way better