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Tributes are being paid to former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene, a key figure in European politics throughout the 1990s, who has died at
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called for a review of the decades-old constitution, which could lead to the military being permitted to fight
There have been protests in Sudan where a court has condemned a woman to death for abandoning her faith after marrying a Christian man.
In Brussels, hundreds of activists have protested at a planned free trade pact between the EU and US, claiming it would only help big firms make
A ferry carrying at least 200 people has capsized during a storm in Bangladesh.
Desperate relatives gathered on the banks of the Meghna river
A moving ceremony has taken place in New York to mark the opening of a musuem at “ground zero” that is dedicated to September 11.
Built on the site
Two Palestinian youths have been shot dead by Israeli forces in the West Bank amid clashes on the anniversary of the Naqba or ‘catastrophe’ – the
Two days after the worst mining disaster in Turkey’s history, Soma woke up to a day of sorrow and mourning. The state’s top politicians arrived in
Ukraine military checkpoints in the troubled eastern region have been threatened with attack unless they are withdrawn on Thursday night.
Twenty years after the successful feature film of the same name, a concert in London is paying tribute to the greatest singer of the Baroque era –
Sport Integrity director Chris Eaton announced on Thursday that betting fraud should be the main target for those fighting for cleaner sport.
Moldova will sign a free trade pact with the EU on June 27.
Moscow has been accused of putting pressure on Chisinau not to go ahead with
Foreign ministers from the ‘Friends of Syria’ group have met in London to discuss the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Syria.
The alliance consists
The whole world is watching but for the people of Soma the pain is personal.
The first funerals have been held for some of the 282 people confirmed
This was the terrifying moment part of plane’s wing collapsed in mid-air.
Passengers reported hearing a loud bang before seeing a six-foot section
In the 2014 European Parliament elections, the largest voting bloc could be Europeans who avoid the ballot box. For those who do vote, it’s often to
Soma is a town in mourning. Everyone here knows what mineworking means, as lignite is the only resource in this poor region in west Anatolia some 100
Heavy rainfall has sparked severe flooding across large parts of eastern Europe.
In Serbia, more than four months average of rain fell on Wednesday
The eurozone is still struggling with economic growth much weaker than expected in the first three months of this year and wide regional differences
The day after Turkey’s prime minister was attacked in Soma, there was tight security as President Abdullah Gul visited the scene of the country’s
Riot police use water cannons to quell thousands of protesters in Izmir, the nearest large city to Soma, after Turkish unions called a one-day
Foreign firms wanting to buy a French company will have to get the approval of the Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg from now on.
Inflation in the eurozone remained locked in the so-called deflation ‘danger zone’ in April – that is below 1.0 percent.
It was 0.7 percent
The Afghan presidential election has come down to a two-horse race after no single candidate secured an absolute majority in the first round
More than 700 items having belonged to some of the world’s biggest music icons are going up for auction in New York.
The top lot comes from the
Leading American avant-garde theatre director Robert Wilson is commemorating the first World War’s centenary in his new stage production ‘1914’ at
Giant glaciers in Western Antarctica are melting at an “unstoppable” rate that could cause global sea levels to rise far quicker than previously
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Raging wildfires across southern California have forced thousands of people to abandon their homes.
In San Diego county, authorities are