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Separatist rebels have shot down a Ukrainian army plane as fighting raged in the eastern town of Slavyansk.
A spokesman for Ukraine’s so-called
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s newly elected leader Petro Poroshenko have held face-to-face talks for the first time since Moscow’s
Algeria are not to be ruled out as contenders in the 2014 World Cup.
They beat Burkina Faso 1-0 in the second leg of their play-off to become the
The courage and sacrifice of American troops was honoured by Presidents Hollande and Obama at a special Franco-US ceremony in Colleville-Sur-Mer
Hong Myung-Bo’s South Korea squad are seen as real contenders to make it into the final sixteen of their eighth consecutive World Cup finals.
World leaders and veterans have gathered by the beaches of Normandy under clear blue skies to mark the 70th anniversary of World War Two’s D-Day
Former England manager Fabio Capello is desperate to make Russia a force to be reckoned with in its first World Cup finals in 12 years.
Rafael Nadal dominated Andy Murray to reach his ninth French Open Final in ten years.
His 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 win will see the eight-time champion play
The death toll from the attack on a Jewish museum in Brussels last month has risen to four after a man shot in the attack died on Friday.
Travellers to Egypt will have to pay a new airport tax when leaving the country. This is in addition to an entry fee.
Authorities in Cairo began to
Italian authorities have said they have rescued more than 2,500 suspected migrants from overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily
World leaders have gathered in Normandy, France, to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
And with the Ukraine crisis ongoing, it was the first time
Lilian Thuram is one of the best footballers of his generation. He led France to World Cup victory in 1998, and again two years later in the European
It was a small step for lenders, a giant step for lending. The European Central Bank has – for the first time ever – imposed negative rates on
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has given Dublin a thumbs up.
It raised Ireland’s sovereign debt rating for the first time since the country
World leaders, civilians and World War Two veterans have been commemorating the 70th anniversary of the start of the liberation of Europe from Nazi
The Irish government has ordered the police to report on whatever information it has on the deaths of almost 800 infants at a former home for
Preparations are underway in Ukraine for the inauguration ceremony of new president Petro Poroshenko on Saturday.
Many of Kyiv’s streets damaged
Novak Djokovic wore down mercurial Latvian Ernests Gulbis 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in a hard-fought French Open semi final that saw the Serb suffer a
France’s influential winger Franck Ribéry has been ruled out of the World Cup with lower back problems, dealing a severe blow to the team’s chances
Tour de France winner and four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Bradley Wiggins says he will not compete in this year’s Tour “as things stand”.
There has been a further house-cleaning at the Vatican’s financial watchdog.
The five members of the board running the Financial Information
A landslide winner in last month’s presidential election, Petro Poroshenko has been outlining his priorities as embattled Ukraine’s
US President Barack Obama has given a rousing speech to pay tribute to the thousands who died during the Battle of Normandy.
Obama, speaking during
Myths, folklore and unusual beliefs are the source of intense interest for many, so much so that they choose to study them academically. We take a
Key diplomatic meetings have taken place against the backdrop of D-Day commemorations.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin held face to face talks with
Seventy years ago Ernest Cote and tens of thousands of fellow Canadians landed on Juno Beach.
This time, the veteran and his war comrades have
US employers maintained a solid pace of hiring in May, confirming the country’s economy has snapped back from unusually harsh winter winter weather
‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a melodrama about two teenagers struggling with cancer who fall in love at a support group.
In the movie – based on a