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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged the West not to be fooled by Iran’s diplomacy on its nuclear programme..
On November 24, Iran
Less than a week until the referendum to decide the future of Ukraine’s southern Crimea region, unidentified armed men shot into the air as they
Arsenal will be faced with yet another mountain to climb in the Champions League after goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller condemned the Gunners
Covering the crisis in Crimea is a difficult and sometimes dangerous task for journalists, with intense pressure over whether they are Ukrainian
A memorial ceremony was held on Sunday in the tsunami-stricken city of Rikuzentakata, in Iwate Prefecture, ahead of the 3rd anniversary of the
Save the Children has issued a report that paints a “horrific” picture of Syria’s collapsing healthcare system.
“Syria’s health system is now in
While a referendum is prepared in Crimea, others try to make their voices heard on the streets.
In Moscow, hundreds gathered to show their support
Spain’s interior minister has admitted police should not have fired rubber bullets as migrants attempted to swim from Morocco to Ceuta last
A three-tram pileup in the southwestern Dutch port city of Rotterdam has left 33 people injured.
The accident reportedly occurred when a tram
Two people have died and six others are reportedly missing after a Portuguese fishing boat sank off the coast of northern Spain on
Melba Hernandez, known as the heroine of the Cuban Revolution, has died aged 92.
She was one of two women who helped Fidel Castro launch his
Krump is an urban dance craze that is sweeping Liege in Belgium. For Pierre Anganda it started three years ago when he helped create BBF 2.0, the
Earthquakes take lives, destroy buildings, wreck roads and infrastructure. Is there a way to protect our cities with computer technology
South Korea’s Yung Hwan Kim produced a stunning performance to edge out local favourite Aron Szilagyi and claim the 12th edition of the Budapest
Welcome to The Corner. Our look at the weekend’s top matches across the European continent.
Barcelona’s bid for a fifth La Liga title in six years
Following a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Monday, Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has announced proposals have been drawn
Who should decide when to shut a failing bank in Europe?
And, more importantly, who should pick up the tab and how?
Those are the big questions
Shares in Boeing, the world’s biggest aircraft manufacturer, fell to the lowest in more than a month at one time on Monday after one of its 777-200s
Thai police and Interpol have questioned travel agents involved in issuing plane tickets to two men who travelled on the missing jet using the stolen
Oscar Pistorius has broken down in court at his murder trial during the presentation of graphic autopsy evidence.
The Olympic and Paralympic star
NASA’s Asteroid Data Hunter contest series will offer $35,000, about 25,000 euro, in awards over the next six months to citizen scientists who
At the Geneva Motor Show the traditional parade of mad and marvelous concept cars has proved a big draw. While some of the cars look like they’re
Russia’s intervention in Crimea has mobilised the European Union.
At an emergency summit on Thursday, EU leaders announced punitive measures such
Dozens of ships and aircraft from ten countries are scouring the seas around Malaysia and south of Vietnam in the hope of finding some sign of the
Lisbon Fashion Week has kicked off with shows from a groups of new young Portuguese designers.
One of them, Olga Noronha, says she wants to merge
It was no big surprise that space drama Gravity won so many Oscars – the technical achievement was obvious to even the most un-technically minded
Cypriot Central Bank governor Panicos Demetriades, whose testy relations with island’s
government dogged a tumultuous tenure when Cyprus teetered on
Authorities in Ukraine’s Crimea region are gearing up for a planned referendum on this weekend.
The Moscow-backed vote on whether Crimea should
EU and US negotiators have met in Brussels for the fourth round of talks on a planned transatlantic free trade deal.
Tariffs between America and