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Several thousand students and anti-government protesters took to the streets in Caracas on Tuesday in continued demonstrations at the economic
Kosovo is to create its first national army, with 5,000 soldiers and 3,000 reservists.
It will be built on the current lightly-armed civic response
The head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Filaret, has condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s stance towards Ukraine and the
As America is scrambling for an appropriate response to the Ukrainian crisis, the Obama administration unveiled a $3.9 trillion budget proposal that
Poland’s double Olympic champion Kamil Stoch continues to out jump the rest with a stunning victory at the Kuopio Ski Jumping World Cup in
Barcelona captain Carlos Puyol has announced he is to leave the club at the end of the season.
The 35-year-old who has won all the games top
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met the leaders of the new Ukrainian government and attempted to relaunch a diplomacy-first approach to the
With the situation in Ukraine at flash point following recent developments in Crimea, military recruitment centres in Kyiv are seeing a lot of
Singapore has become the world’s most expensive city for expatriates.
It replaces Tokyo, which was number one for years but has dropped down to
Europe’s improved energy infrastructure and a milder winter has reduced the risk of Russia using gas as a political weapon, according to a top
US Secretary of State John Kerry, on a visit to Kyiv, has met the leaders of the new Ukrainian government, and laid flowers in Independence
Egypt has banned the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas from working in the country.
A Cairo court ordered its offices to be shut down and any
Cautious optimism seems to to be the mood at the Geneva Motor Show.
After a six-year sales slump, Europe’s car market is finally showing signs of
A new political party has emerged in Greece aiming to find “modern solutions” to the country’s “big problems”.
Founder Stavros Theodorakis, a
Kyiv has reacted to Russia saying it will discontinue preferential prices for gas for Ukraine within weeks. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has
The clock is ticking down fast ahead of the football World Cup in Brazil. With 100 days to go, four of the stadiums are still under construction and
Bright colours, music and a constant party atmosphere. Welcome to Rio, home to Brazil’s best known Carnival. And this year technology will be one of
Egypt’s army chief Sisi has given his clearest signal yet that he wants to run for president.
Speaking at a graduation ceremony at the Cairo war
President al-Assad’s forces and soldiers from the Lebanese Hezbollah are closing in on the border town of Yabroud in their attempt to drive out Sunni
Amid escalating tensions with Russia US Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Kyiv offering economic and technical assistance to Ukraine’s new
‘Movie 43’ is the big “winner” of this year’s Razzie Awards, taking worst picture, worst director and worst screenplay at the annual event, which
It was Spanish choreographer and ballet dancer Blanca Li who opened the fashion show of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Ready-to-wear Autumn/winter
BARCELONA favourite Carles Puyol will leave the Spanish giants at the end of the season, it’s been confirmed.
The 35-year-old, second only to Xavi
The German Foreign Minister has said he expects EU leaders to take steps to punish Russia unless Moscow shows it is willing to work towards a
Russian troops who have taken control of the Belbek air base in the Crimea region fired warning shots into the air on Tuesday as around 300 Ukrainian
Giant German power producer RWE has posted its first annual net loss in more than 60 years.
It had to write down five billion euros in 2013
The number of people registered as without a job in Spain fell last month from January.
It is the first time the total has gone down in February
Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip has resigned in a bid to give his centre-right reform party the best chance of winning next year’s parliamentary