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The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has condemned an attack on Oleksandr Panteleymonov, the acting head of Ukraine’s national television company
How could a passenger jetliner just go missing? Until the mystery of Malaysia Airlines MH370 is solved, the families of the disappeared cannot
Just over two decades ago, Russia’s Boris Yeltsin and Ukraine’s Leonid Kravchuk signed the acts that led to the dissolution of the USSR and the birth
Ukraine’s foreign ministry has given the go-ahead to introduce a visa requirement for Russians visiting Ukraine.
Ukrainian security chief Andriy
EU leaders will meet to decide their next move after Russia annexed Crimea earlier this week, which one top European diplomat on Wednesday called
The Federal Reserve has said it will no longer use the US unemployment rate as its definitive yardstick for gauging the strength of the economy.
Around a dozen Ukrainian servicemen have walked out of their Ukrainian naval headquarters in Crimea’s Sevastopol port after the base was stormed by
Family members of passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were ejected from a press conference held by the Malaysian authorities on Wednesday
Toyota is to pay a record $1.2 billion penalty to the US Justice Department over safety issues.
The payment – which is the equivalent of 862
This is the dramatic moment a pick-up truck flew threw the air, narrowly missing a police officer on the side of a US motorway.
It was captured
Duane Jackson is a street vendor in New York City’s Times Square. He is also an American hero.
Four years ago, this Vietnam war veteran, along with
Jerome Kerviel, the former rogue trader for French bank Société Générale, has lost his appeal against a three-year jail sentence.
But a civil
Frenchman Guerlain Chicherit’s attempt to break the world record for the longest car jump has ended after his modified Mini pitched forward as it hit
Britain’s economy is set to expand faster than previously predicted.
The government’s Office for Budget Responsibility is forecasting growth of
Britain’s Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl have ended their two-year professional relationship.
The Czech born eight-time Grand Slam winner was
CCTV filmed from the car park of a fishing-bait buisiness in New Brunswick captured the moment a fireball briefly illuminates Canada’s skies.
Ukraine is to receive an additional one billion euros in emergency loans from the European Commission, on top of the 610 million euros already
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has made a heartfelt tribute to girlfriend L’Wren Scott, who was found dead in her New York appartment.
British police probing the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have a new lead.
Madeleine, then aged three, went missing from her bedroom in 2007 at
The leading international art fair in the Middle East and South Asia Art Dubai has opened featuring more than 500 artists from 35 different
Jerome Kerviel, the former rogue trader for French bank Société Générale has lost his appeal against a three-year jail sentence.
But a civil ruling
Public sector workers in Germany staged “warning” strikes across the country on Wednesday.
Staff working in hospitals, rubbish collection, local
Hundreds of students in Taiwan have occupied parliament in protest at a trade deal with China.
They called for an apology from the president and
An eight month old baby has made headlines in Colombia for weighing 21 kilos – three times the average size.
His mother, Eunice Fandiño, approached
One person has reportedly been killed and eight wounded in Israeli air strikes on Syrian military sites in Golan Heights.
Israel captured and
2014 is the year of the Bible in Hollywood.
‘Son of God’, the first in a number of Bible-based movies due out this year, has taken the US box
The world’s biggest fashion retailer, Inditex, is to speed up its investment this year to open more new shops.
That news came as the owner of Zara
BMW’s shares soared on Wednesday after the German carmaker said it expects record sales of more than two million vehicles this year, as well as a