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As the May 25 general election looms in Ukraine, pro-government forces are struggling to reassert control in parts of the country’s crisis-torn east
They had planned to start drafting a final agreement
But in Vienna, Iran and six world powers have made little progress in talks this week on
Narendra Modi is set to become India’s next prime minister.
Partial results suggest the opposition leader’s Bharatiya Janata Party will win the
Police on Friday fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets on thousands of protesters shouting anti-government slogans in Soma, the scene of
Brazilians have resumed their protests against the cost of staging this summer’s World Cup, which starts next month. In a double whammy for Brazil’s
Severe flooding has led to a state of emergency being declared in Austria, Serbia and Bosnia.
In Bosnia, army helicopters rescued dozens of people
Germany runs, France stands still, while Italy takes a step backwards – GDP data for the first quarter ruthlessly reminded us how fragmented the
FIFA president Sepp Blatter admitted on Friday awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was a ‘mistake’ and added the tournament will most likely have to
General Motors has been hit with a record fine and severely criticised for ignoring potentially deadly faults in some of its vehicles.
Diplomats from throughout Europe are working to ensure the May 25 presidential election in Ukraine runs as smoothly as possible.
The Swiss are voting this weekend in a referendum on whether the country should adopt the world’s highest minimum wage – 22 Swiss francs an hour (18
The European elections are almost upon us, elections in an EU that has considerably enlarged in recent years and now has 28 members.
Bogotá, the capital and largest city of Colombia is the country’s most populous conurbation. Since 1998 it has been run by leftist mayors. The latest
A recent study concludes that maternal influence can be a big factor in how long a child stays in education. In this edition of Learning World we
The discovery of a 12,000-year-old skeleton has helped clear up a problem that has long puzzled scientists – the origins of the first
A much-awaited exhibition on the life and work of David Bowie is about to open in Berlin.
It follows its sell-out success at London’s Victoria &
At least 10 people have been killed and scores more injured in twin explosions in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
The blasts hit a market close to the
UKIP leader Nigel Farage said recently that his party wants to cause “a political earthquake” in this May’s European elections.
A poll by the
Male students have turned up to school in Nantes, western France,wearing skirts in an anti-sexism move called “Lift the Skirt.”
Switzerland will go to the polls on Sunday (May 18) over whether to introduce the world’s highest minimum wage.
The government, business leaders
A controversial move in Greece to ban second-generation migrants from voting will help the far-right in European elections, it’s been
Barcelona and Lionel Messi have agreed an improved contract for the four-times World Player of the Year, the La Liga club said on Friday.
At least ten people have been killed in twin explosions in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi,
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the
Swedish government ministers have been speaking out against US drugmaker Pfizer’s proposed takeover of AstraZeneca.
The company was formed from an
Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) says that all five staff members abducted by an armed group in war-torn northern Syria in early
Credit Suisse is reportedly about to pay the equivalent of around $2.5 (1.8 billion euros) to various US authorities in a long-running tax case
An unmanned Russian rocket which was launched from Kazakhstan with a satellite on board has crashed nine minutes after lift-off.
The consolidation dance goes on in the French telecoms world.
France’s economy minister had confirmed market leader Orange is talking with
In US indie movie ‘The Discoverers’, Griffin Dunne stars as a professor trying to reconnect with his father and children after his mother’s
British director Mike Leigh is in the running for a second Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival with ‘Mr Turner’, based on the life of English