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Borussia Dortmund will be looking to overturn a 3 goal deficit when they lock horns with Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League
The Dutch government is being sued for compensation by an organisation representing the families of some 8,000 Muslim Bosnian males massacred at
Spanish politicians are preparing to vote on whether to allow Catalonia’s regional assembly to hold a referendum on independence from Spain.
Local hope Rachid El Morabity produced yet another flawless run to clinch the second stage of the Marathon des Sables in Morocco on Monday.
Peaches Geldof, daughter of Band Aid founder and Boomtown Rats singer Bob Geldof has died, aged 25.
The mother of two was reportedly found dead at
Four more years for Hungary’s Viktor Orban to govern: this means European Union partners and big business in Hungary can expect four more years of
In an interview with Pierre Boisselet, a journalist with the weekly publication Jeune Afrique, (Young Africa) Euronews asked if, 20 years after
Rival groups of pro-Russia and pro-Ukraine demonstrators have clashed in front of the regional assembly building in the eastern Ukrainian city of
Welcome to the latest edition of “The Corner”, our review of the weekend’s top football action across Europe.
Liverpool reclaimed top spot in the
Two series’ and two women have been at the centre of attention on stage at MIPTV. Kim Cattrall, star of Sex and the City spoke just after noon to
Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s newly re-elected prime minister, has promised to pursue his transformation of the former Communist bloc country.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says that 20 years on, the world body still feels ashamed that it did not prevent Rwanda’s
The first phase of a giant general election has kicked off in India. Around 814 million people are eligible to cast their votes in what is being
France’s new Socialist finance minister has attempted to reassure Germany, its closest partner, that his country would stick to promised deficit
After five years of grinding austerity and an international bailout, the Celtic Tiger — as Ireland’s economy was once dubbed — is starting to find
The entertainment content market MIPTV 2014 opened its doors on Monday morning with money on the minds of many of those attending; the complicated
Describing it as the “most promising lead” yet: a month into the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, search crews have detected two
Swiss cement maker Holcim and French counterpart Lafarge look set to merge to create the industry’s biggest ever union.
In a statement, the
After crafting songs for the likes of Girls Aloud and fellow Swedes Icona Pop, singer-songwriter Tove Lo is going it alone.
The 26-year-old from
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s largest show to date has opened in Berlin.
Entitled “Evidence”, the exhibition features works specifically designed for
In ‘Island of Lemurs: Madagascar’, Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman tells the story of the oldest surviving primates, the lemurs.
It’s not everyone’s idea of how to spend a fortnight – but for French artist Abraham Poincheval, spending 13 days inside the carcass of a bear is the
Hacktivist group Anonymous has attacked hundreds of Israeli websites in an operation dubbed #OpIsrael.
Put into action on Monday April 7, the
After a month-long takeover battle cable company Numericable has won the bid to buy mobile phone operator SFR.
Numericable offered 13.5 billion
For a long time artificial reefs have been used to nurture marine life and control erosion, but their components often mean they fail to attract
Pro-Russian activists occupying a regional government building in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk have reportedly declared a ‘sovereign
A tearful Oscar Pistorius has said sorry to his girlfriend’s relatives for killing her last year, as he took the witness stand for the first time at