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US President Obama and the Dalai Lama have held a private meeting at the White House in Washington.
It’s the third time the two men have met.
At Frankfurt airport, a strike by security staff brought chaos on Friday to Europe’s third largest air hub.
By the evening, large numbers of
Matteo Renzi has formally accepted the mandate to form a new Italian government.
He will be the country’s youngest prime minister leading a
Car sales in Europe rose at the start of 2014.
Increases in heavily crisis-hit countries such as Greece, Ireland, Italy and Portugal suggest a
Olesya Zhukovska is still alive, the 21-year-old first aid volunteer who tweeted “I’m dying” to those closest to her.
The next day they got another
The peace deal in Ukraine has come too late for the many people who lost their lives, and was agreed to by the opposition despite the risks of
Deutsche Telekom has signed an agreement for major investment in Hungary.
Hundreds of millions of euros will be spend on creating a nationwide high
Earlier on Friday Ukraine’s parliament overwhelmingly voted in favour of a return to the country’s 2004 constitution.
While it means President
Peaceful protests begun three months ago when the Ukrainian government reneged on closer ties with the EU in favour of Russia degenerated into
Improving teaching is an obvious path to better education, but there can be many obstacles along the way. In this edition of Learning World we take
‘Beauty and the Beast’ is a 21st century version of Jean Cocteau’s 1946 classic.
The movie explores the traditional fairytale story of a merchant
The rain did nothing to dampen spirits at the start of Milan Fashion Week.
Kicking off a week of festivities, all was light and candy cool in the
Lebanese security forces announced on Friday the arrest of a top suspect behind Wednesday’s twin suicide bombings near the Iranian cultural centre in
The three main Ukrainian opposition leaders along with representatives from the Maidan movement have signed an EU-brokered peace deal with President
The crisis in Ukraine continues to erode the country’s financial standing.
The ratings agency Standard & Poor’s cut Kyiv’s credit rating on
A police chief and his men were welcomed as heroes as they marched into Independence Square.
He and his men had just defected, leaving their posts
Fewer rich tourists visiting Europe meant luxury-goods brand Gucci’s sales growth slowed to its weakest in four years.
Gucci is the flagship
Royal Bank of Scotland is reportedly to shrink its investment banking and international operations and lay off up to a quarter of its workers
Ukraine opposition leaders signed an EU-mediated peace deal with President Viktor Yanukovich on Friday, aiming to end a violent standoff that has
A strike over wages by security personnel at Frankfurt airport, Germany’s largest air hub, that began on Thursday night continued throughout
Brothers Giovanni and Michele de Candia have been fishing off the Italian coast of Molfetta for decades. It is a livelihood that they claim has come
The SeaOrbiter project which is headed by pioneering architect Jacques Rougerie stepped closer to reality after a crowd-funding initiative easily
A Russian judge has found a group of anti-Putin protesters guilty for rioting and violence against police.
By law, they could be jailed for eight
This is the lighthearted moment footballers from English Premier League team Southampton got into the spirit of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Opinion – Dixie Dansercoer, Polar Explorer
Dixie Dansercoer is one of the International Polar Guides Association’s only five Master Polar Guides and
Although central Kyiv is quieter this Friday morning there are police reports of protesters opening fire on police lines in an attempt to break
She is one of the new voices of Fado, Portugal’s traditional folk music.
Portuguese singer Cristina Branco has released her latest album
Scuffles erupted in Ukraine’s parliament as the opposition demanded a snap presidential election, a constitutional reform and freedom for jailed
For two centuries Borås has been Sweden’s ‘textile town’. Like many Western centres of the sector it was hit hard by a financial crisis in the early