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US President, Barak Obama has offered Kyiv financial and security support during his first meeting with his newly-elected Ukrainian
There have been a series of attacks across Libya on Wednesday.
In the coastal city of Sirte, a Swiss national working for the Red Cross was killed
Russia’s Maria Sharapova came from behind to beat Spain’s Garbine Muguruza in the French Open quarter-finals. The 2012 winner triumphed 1-6 7-5 6-1
The two day G7 summit is underway in Brussels with the ongoing crisis in Ukraine set to be the main issue discussed.
US President Barack Obama
In a country that sadly has become used to gun-related mass killings, a harrowing crime without even a dead body shocks America.
It involves three
Thousands of football fans waited in line at World Cup ticketing points across Brazil early on Wednesday, hoping to get their hands on last minute
All the elements are there for bold action by the European Central Bank to fight low inflation and high unemployment at their June meeting on
The Greek parliament stripped the far-right Golden Dawn leader and two of his MPs of their parliamentary immunity on Wednesday.
It means they can
The newly elected Ukrainian President, Petro Poroshenko has been outlining his plans to end clashes between separatists and government forces in
Many thousands of Egyptians have been packing into central Cairo, filling Tahrir Square, a nerve centre of revolt against unjust rule. Only now they
Blessed with an abundance of naturally gifted players, Belgium have been tipped by many as dark horses for this summer’s World Cup in Brazil
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure and former Chelsea star Didier Drogba will be looking to make history with their country when they travel to
Towering mountains and an untouched landscape as far as the eye can see – in this edition of Macedonian Life we discover an idyllic countryside and
Thirty-five people, including the mayor of Venice, have been arrested as part of corruption probe into the construction of a five billion euro flood
Members of the separatist militia in east Ukraine have taken over the border guards camp near Luhansk which was the scene of fierce fighting earlier
European Union authorities have asked Bulgaria to suspend work on Russian energy giant Gazprom’s South Stream natural gas pipeline.
It wants the
As the West prepares to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, voices are being raised to stress the colossal role played by Russia
Portugal have confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo is suffering from tendinosis as they continue their preparations for the World Cup.
Uruguay will play their final friendly against Slovenia this week before heading to Brazil with doubts lingering over whether key player Luis Suarez
Bavaria in Germany is well known as the home of BMW and yodeling. But now a new sound is emerging from the area – electro-pop. Munich-based band
In Saudi Arabia fatality rates from a deadly new virus have been revised upwards. They are now reported to be 41 percent, up from the previously
When the British warship HMS Belfast fired the shot that launched the D-Day landings, it was carrying an unlikely passenger – Hollywood film director
As the name suggests, the Rock in Rio festival originated in Brazil but was exported to Lisbon 10 years ago and is now also held in Madrid
British bank Lloyds has pulled out of a big loan involving the Russian oil company Rosneft.
The move highlights the growing unease among Western
Black and white photos of the Normandy beaches have engraved the D-Day landings in the collective memory. Today, colour photos of the same beaches
Gujarat in the west of India is a dazzlingly diverse state with many treasures hidden from the tourist hordes. A cable car brings visitors to one of
Lithuania is set to become the 19th country using the euro. The European Commission announced the Baltic state can enter the eurozone at the start of
US President Barack Obama marked 25 years since the fall of communism in Poland by pledging his commitment to eastern Europe as well as the US’s
A caryatid is a sculpture of a woman used to replace a supporting pillar and at the Acropolis Museum in Athens they are restoring the building’s