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The red carpet was rolled out for French President François Hollande as he arrived in Washington.
He will be in the united States for three days
The shattered Syrian city of Homs has seen some relief from its government siege, with 450 people bussed out on Monday by the Red Crescent, but the
The decision of Swiss voters on Sunday to urge their government to bring in measures to limit the number of EU migrants has set Bern on a collision
In this edition of our Winter Olympics bulletin we begin with alpine skiing and Maria Hoefl-Riesch, who successfully defended her Olympic super
The Greek island of Kefalonia is recovering from a series of earthquakes.
The first, on January 26, registered 6.0 on the Richter scale. A second
French President Francois Hollande has arrived in Washington – on the first foreign state visit to the US personally hosted by President Barack Obama
Hungary’s main Jewish organisation has voted to stay away from official Holocaust commemorations this year unless they more clearly show the role of
Welcome to this week’s edition of “The Corner” where we take a look at what’s happening in European football.
There’s no time to relax in Spain as
Barclays have seen a drop in profits last year by a quarter to 5.2 billion pounds sterling – almost 3.5 billion euros.
The figures missed analysts
Flying into the fastest growing commercial market, aerospace companies have landed at the Singapore Airshow to finalise billions of dollars worth of
Southern and western Britain are bracing themselves for more storms and rain as the wettest January on record looks set to continue well into
The French President Francois Hollande is in the United States for the first state visit by a French leader in 18 years.
He and US President Barack
Police in the Netherlands are questioning nine Bulgarians after discovering an illegal cigarette factory in Aalsmeer. The plant is said to have
A man widely believed to be the world’s oldest working actor is celebrating his 99th birthday. Russian stage and film star Vladimir Zeldin is still
A one-day strike by taxis has sparked chaos in France’s two largest cities. Taxi drivers protesting over unregulated cabs paralysed rush-hour traffic
Toyota has announced it will cease making cars and engines in Australia by 2017.
A number of factors were cited including high manufacturing
Japan’s outstanding government debt rose to a record high at the end of last year.
Data from the country’s finance ministry highlighted the
Thousands of Bosnians have been demonstrating for a sixth day, calling for the resignation of the government.
There have been mass protests in more
A Congolese militia leader widely known as “The Terminator” has gone on trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Bosco Ntaganda is
US actor Shia LaBeouf certainly stole the show on the red carpet at the Berlin Film festival at the premiere of Lars Von Trier’s ‘Nymphomaniac: Part
Veteran designer Diane von Furstenberg dedicated her autumn 2014 collection to her famous wrap dress at New York Fashion Week.
Her signature frock
After the much publicised removal of the Flappy Bird game from the Apple and Google app stores, crafty netizens are jumping on the bandwagon.
The frozen surface of the Baltic Sea might be too slippery a ride for the more nervous motorist but for people living on the islands off Estonia’s
That is the cry of outraged animal lovers worldwide after Copenhagen Zoo put to death a healthy young giraffe because he was
They make up Europe’s unique heritage but many of the continent’s historic buildings are showing their age.
Energy efficiency, in particular, is a
EU officials have expressed their disappointment at the Swiss referendum result.
France described the outcome as “worrying”, whilst German Foreign
More rumours are swirling in Ukraine ahead of a crucial EU Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Brussels where events in the country will be the main topic