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Tensions in Donetsk are running high following the bloodiest day of the uprising that saw Ukrainian forces kill as many 50 pro-Russian rebels during
Three of the world’s leading chemists – one Spaniard and two Americans – have won this year’s Prince of Asturias Award for Research.
Amid a lower than expected turnout, Egyptians are under pressure to cast their ballots in a presidential election with authorities extending the poll
An impressive video from Dan Yorgason shows a tornado in a worker’s camp near Watford City, North Dakota
Musician Pharrell Williams has curated an exhibition entitled ‘Girl’. Showcasing over 40 works by mostly female artists including Marina Abramovic
Indigenous Brazilians have joined the Homeless Workers movement in an anti-football World Cup protest in the capital Brasilia.
More than 1,000
The European Central Bank (ECB) may be poised to take decisive action against low inflation rates in the euro area.
Combined with credit
At least 20 patients and a nurse have been killed in a fire at a hospice for elderly people in South Korea.
It is the latest in a series of deadly
In his first full interview with US television, fugitive NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has insisted that he used to be a fully-fledged American
President Barack Obama has been among the first to congratulate Ukraine’s newly-elected president.
But having become frustrated with Moscow’s
European Union leaders have met for the first time since voters stunned several member nations with their support for populist and far-right
A fire at a hospital for the elderly in South Korea has killed 21 people and injured eight others.
The blaze which was put out relatively quickly
There was a slow trickle of late night voters casting their ballots at a Cairo polling station on Tuesday night.
As a result of the unexpectedly
US President Barack Obama has outlined plans for the presence of 9,800 American troops in Afghanistan to remain after the original end-of-2014
The now former head of France’s conservative opposition party, Jean-Francois Copé is sticking to his guns and declaring his innocence after having