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London auction house Christie’s has opened its doors to an exhibition of kinetic art. The show, entitled “Turn Me On”, runs until April
Uganda’s decision to impose tougher penalties on homosexuality has been widely condemned by Western donors.
President Yoweri Museveni has signed
Comedy actor and director Harold Ramis, best known for films such as “Ghostbusters,” “Groundhog Day” and “Caddyshack” has died at his home in Chicago
More than 90 African migrants have been arrested attempting to cross from Morocco into the Spanish enclave of Melilla.
An estimated 500 people
The Dutch team received a hero’s welcome in Assen on Monday following their stunning overall performance at the Sochi Games.
The Netherlands won
Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown has been cleared to continue her career by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The 31-year-old, who
As the United States prepares to end its combat role in Afghanistan later this year, the US government is planning deep cuts into the nation’s
Hundreds of fans gathered at Munich’s international airport on Monday to greet Germany’s national Olympic team upon their arrival following the Sochi
Pope Francis has taken a revolutionary step by inviting outside experts to check the Vatican’s scandal-plagued finances.
The Secretariat for the
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has signed a law imposing harsh punishment for homosexuals, despite warnings it will complicate relations with
Workers at Cyprus’s state electricity utility clashed with police in a rare explosion of anger on Monday over government privatisation plans under a
In this week’s edition of The Corner, our weekly round up of European club football, we feature matches in Spain, Germany, The Netherlands and
In the battle for Ukraine’s political soul, the economy could end up caught in the middle of a tug-of-war.
Acting President Oleksander Turchinov
Ukraine’s acting president, Olexander Turchinov, has revealed that the country’s presidential election campaign will begin on Tuesday February 25th
British Prime Minister David Cameron has set out his government’s vision for North Sea oil and gas on a visit to Scotland – ahead of the Scottish
Moscow has attacked Ukraine’s interim leaders for using “terrorist tactics” to silence pro-Russian supporters.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff wants a new submarine communications cable to link her country with Europe following claims that Washington spied
After weeks of negativity about security and costs, the Winter Games came to a close in Sochi on Sunday with initial criticism giving way to stories
The European Green Party’s EU election manifesto claims that the 28-member bloc needs “a renewal”.
But what do the Greens represent today and what
Egypt’s interim prime minister has announced the resignation of the country’s government, which paves the way for popular army chief and defense
They became known as “the 33” – the group of Chilean miners and support personnel who survived for a record three months trapped deep underground
Futuris visited southern Spain, an area famous for its olive orchards, to find out what microalgae and olive oil have in common.
Around 50 litres
Italy’s newly-appointed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has been appealing to the Senate to back his government – ahead of a confidence vote due to take
Berlin hosts one of the most important film festivals in the world. But, beyond the red carpet, there is a whole host of new stars at the Berlinale
Viktor Yanukovych clearly did not think he was about to end his term of office as Ukraine’s president when he turned down an association agreement
The dividends paid to shareholders around the world reached 1.03 trillion dollars (748 billion euros) last year. That’s according to research by
German business morale rose in February to its highest level since July 2011. The Munich based Ifo think tank business climate index increased to
Hoping for the ‘X Factor’ and a boost in mobile phone sales Nokia has ditched its favoured Windows operating system in a range of new mobiles.
Up until now, it could take a sculptor up to a month and a half to make a copy of a corinthian column. Now, thanks to a French-made stone-carving
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has been speaking in the Senate ahead of a confidence vote in his government.
Saying that Italy was at a