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Parliamentary elections are to be held in Hungary on Sunday, April 6, the first vote to be subject to the new electoral law brought in 2012. Among
The wilds of the Amazon is the backdrop for Blu, Jewel and their three kids. As they are catapulted from Rio to the jungle where they face many
France’s Socialist Party managed to hold on to the municipal election jewel Paris. The new mayor following the popular Bertrand Delanoe is Anne
Japan’s whaling programme in seas near Antarctica is not for scientific purposes, judges at the U.N.‘s highest court ruled on Monday, agreeing with
“Severe, pervasive and irreversible”. These are just some of the stark words used in a new UN report about the likely impact of global
Super-polluting Hebei province is sounding the alarm for subsidies in northern China. Last year, the province was home to seven of the country’s 10
The increasing availability and decreasing cost of 3D printing technology has led to a mushrooming of creativity. It looks likely that 3D printers
At least 21 people have been confirmed as dead following last week’s mudslide in Washington state.
In total, 30 people remain missing, with the
An Israeli court has found guilty ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in a corruption case, deciding that he did accept bribes in connection with the
More than 1,400 police officers and Brazilian Marines rolled into a massive complex of shantytowns near Rio de Janeiro’s international airport before
Some 500 classical musicians performed for passengers at airports across Ukraine on Sunday, in tribute to the protesters killed during the violent
Its military activities are always a source of tension.
But an exercise on Monday ordered by North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un has ended in
France’s opposition UMP has claimed victory after the country’s voters punished the ruling Socialists by abandoning them in their droves.
After what was seen as a test of his popularity, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed victory in local polls.
Greece’s government secured enough votes in parliament after midnight on Sunday to pass a key reform bill, ensuring further bailout loans to avoid
Talks between US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov ended on Sunday evening after four hours of negotiations to
It was the turn of Hungary’s opposition parties to rally support in Budapest on Sunday ahead of next weekend’s general election.