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In the Middle East, a rally to mark Jerusalem Day was marred by clashes after several hundred young Israeli’s entered the city’s Muslim
If you’re striking out in booking a hotel in Brazil for the World Cup that starts next month there is an alternative.
A ‘love motel’.
A Pakistani woman killed for marrying against her families wishes was five months pregnant, a post-mortem revealed on Wednesday.
Farzana Bibi is
Andrea Büring, euronews: “Will it be Juncker or Schulz? Or will a surprise candidate prevail? Following the European election, the candidate of the
Egyptians have been voting for a third day in the country’s presidential elections.
The ballot was extended by an extra day by the country’s
President Barack Obama has announced that 9,800 US troops will remain in Afghanistan after combat missions end later this year.
The decision is
French Front National leader Marine Le Pen and other far-right representatives have started negotiations to try to form a group in the European
Brussels says there will be no further sanctions against Moscow – no blocks on imports of Russian goods or EU exports – over the annexation of Crimea
The number of people without a job in France rose by nearly 15,000 in April.
It hit a new record – 3,364,100 in mainland France, a 3.5 percent
Pro-Russian separatists continue to reinforce their defences in Donetsk in anticipation of an attack from Ukrainian government troops.
US President Barack Obama has outlined a new foreign policy strategy in an address at West Point military academy in New York state.
He said he
Africa is surging ahead with positive economic growth and macro-economic development across the continent. New funds flowing in, innovative financing
World number one and defending champion Serena Williams was eliminated from the French Open on Wednesday.
On a windy and chilly day in the French
Serie A club AC Milan are set to fire coach Clarence Seedorf after just 19 matches in charge.
The 38-year-old Dutchman, who spent 10 years of his
Netherlands midfielder Rafael van der Vaart will play no part at this summer’s World Cup after he suffered a right calf injury during a training
English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur have appointed Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager on a five-year deal.
The 42-year-old becomes
An Amazon forest chief marches with hundreds of native people alongside slum workers in Brazil.
Brazilian police mounted on horseback deploy to
There has been a happy ending for 31 Congolese children and their adoptive parents in Italy.
A special plane flew the youngsters to Rome for an
In Donetsk on Wednesday, hundreds of miners marched through the city demanding Ukrainian forces withdraw from the region.
Around 1,000 protesters
There is no steering wheel and no accelerator or brake pedals in the newest self-driving vehicle just unveiled by Google.
The prototypes electric
Researchers have uncovered new details about the life of the pliosaur which roamed the earth in the Upper Jurassic era, 200 million years ago.
Unemployment in Germany was up in May. It increased by the most in over five years, but the government blamed mild winter weather for the
U.S. author and poet Maya Angelou has died at age 86 in North Carolina, local media reported on Wednesday, citing her agent and a local
There were angry scenes as riot police moved in to dismantle three camps in northern France housing hundreds of migrants hoping to cross the Channel
The European Lab, a cultural forum, brings together key players from various categories of cultural activities and initiatives.
Over the years it
Leading the way and being led at the Cannes Film Festival was man’s best friend. Dogs took a bite of the limelight at the annual movie bash and were
At the premiere of director Xavier Dolan’s latest movie ‘Mommy’ the audience broke into spontaneous applause. The 25-year-old was honoured with the
Hundreds of illegal migrants have successfully entered Spain’s north African enclave of Melilla via Morocco.
More than 1,000 migrants tried to
Nestle is expanding its skincare business – both cosmetic and medical – in North America.
It is paying $1.4 billion (1.0 billion euros) in cash to
British government investigators have launched a formal criminal probe into drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline.
The move follows bribery claims in China, as