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Olympiakos beat Manchester United 2-0 in their Champions League last-16 first-leg match.
United started without defenders Phil Jones and Jonny
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has easily won a final parliamentary vote of confidence after pledging to slash red tape and “revolutionise” the
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Chelsea will welcome David Luiz and John Obi Mikel in their Champions League last-16 first-leg tie at Galatasaray on
The French parliament has voted in favour of extending its military operation in the Central African Republic (CAR) in an effort to quell the
Italy’s lower house of parliament has given its full backing to the government of new Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
In his maiden address to the
Borussia Dortmund will go into the second leg of their Champions League tie against Zenit St Petersburg with a two-goal advantage after winning 4-2
Criminal suspects should have their assets seized and given to charity, MEPs say.
The European Parliament has endorsed tougher new rules on
Fifty cyclists from around the world have taken part in Chile’s extreme downhill race, the Red Bull Valparaiso Cerro Abajo.
The twelfth edition of
Manager of the England football team Roy Hodgson has said he will consider using a psychologist to ensure his players are prepared for penalties at
Ukraine’s acting President Oleksandr Turchynov has warned of “dangerous signs of separatism” in parts of the country, amid anger at the ousting of
Egypt’s new prime minister says his main aims are to wipe out militant violence and improve the economy.
Ibrahim Mahlab also expressed hope of
Greece resumed bailout talks this week with its international lenders.
Described by a senior Finance Ministry official as “tough” with a lot of
The European Commission upgraded its growth forecasts for the EU and the eurozone on Tuesday, saying structural reforms are showing signs of
Barcelona Football Club have paid 13.5 million euros to the Spanish authorities after being charged with tax fraud.
However, they deny any offence
Shanghai has become the sixth Chinese region to relax its one-child policy.The local legislature has passed an amendment allowing couples to have a
At least 10 people were killed when a building under construction collapsed in Thailand’s Samut Prakan province.
A further 16 people were injured
Much of Croatia was brought to a brief standstill on Tuesday afternoon.
A short general strike was organised by unions over unpaid wages and
JPMorgan Chase has announced it is to cut thousands more jobs, as it slightly trimmed its profit target for 2014.
The bank, which is the largest
Confusion surrounds the fate of Mt. Gox, once the world’s biggest trading exchange for the virtual currency bitcoin.
Its website was down and its
Ukraine’s parliament has voted overwhelmingly to send Viktor Yanukovych and two senior members of his former government before the International
Some MEPs are saying the EU should step in and provide aid to Ukraine with the country still reeling from the recent political turmoil.
Turkey’s Prime Minister has hit back at claims he told his son to dispose of large sums of money on the day police investigating government
Queues at cash machines in Ukraine’s eastern city of Donetsk were snaking across pavements even before the president flew away.
Last week, among a
Although Ukraine’s former President Victor Yanukovych has fled and a new government is set to be formed by the end of the week – many protesters are
“The worst of the crisis may now be behind us,” says Olli Rehn, the EU
commissioner in charge of economic policy.
He made that cautious statement
Symbolism and diplomatic language have dominated the rhetoric on Ukraine. EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton held a second day of meetings with
A new Wikileaks-inspired website has emerged to shine a light on the regime of ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
It has launched in the
The murder trial of athlete Oscar Pistorius, due to begin next week in South Africa, is to be partially televised live.
A judge in Pretoria has