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France’s rail strike moves into a fifth day on Sunday, and while less than 20% of union members are following orders, it is causing severe
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has celebrated her official birthday, which is also an occasion for the famous Trooping the Colour in London, and the
Italian coastguards reported saving nearly 40 lives off the coast of Libya on Saturday, but also being too late to save another 10 migrants, who died
The count is underway in Afghanistan in the second round of the presidential election, the result of which should be known in 18 days.
Fears are rising for the fate of three Israeli teenagers who disappeared on Thursday night near the Palestinian town of Hebron, and have not been
Iraq stands on the brink of an uncertain future this weekend. It is one of the region’s rare democracies and should be preparing for a new
In the largest haul of its kind in Greece, more than a ton of heroin has been seized in a joint operation with US Drug Enforcement authorities.
Security forces have held back some 1,000 African migrants who were trying to scale a big new fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of
His courage inspired Britain and now late teenage cancer sufferer and fundraiser Stephen Sutton has been publicly recognised by Queen Elizabeth with
Trapped and injured, he has spent a week underground.
But Johann Westhauser is now being gently stretchered to the surface of Germany’s deepest
Ukraine’s President Poroshenko has consulted his defence and security chiefs following the shooting down of a military transport plane killing all 49
Britain has made the Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie an honorary dame for services to UK foreign policy and her campaigning to end
Candidates and voters alike have defied the Taliban to return to the polls for the second round run-off in Afghanistan’s presidential
Two teams of fish faced off over a big lump of food at a “fish World Cup” stunt in the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium to coincide with the start of the real
Now that Baghdad’s control of northern Iraq has collapsed in the face of an onslaught by Sunni insurgents, Kurdish forces have been battling the al
Iran stands ready to help the government of neighbouring Iraq in its fight against rapidly-advancing Sunni insurgents.
President Hassan Rouhani
World football’s governing body FIFA has provisionally suspended former World Cup winner Franz Beckenbauer from all football-related activities for
A Ukrainian military spokesman says 49 government troops were killed when pro-Russian separatists shot down a cargo plane over the eastern city of
Robin Van Persie and Arjen Robben both scored twice as the Netherlands thrashed reigning champions Spain 5-1 in their World Cup Group B opener at the
Voting is underway in Afghanistan in a crunch run-off election to decide who will succeed president Hamid Karzai.
In power since a US-led invasion
Tanks and other military hardware have been commandeered by separatist rebels and have crossed from Russia into Ukraine, the US State Department
US President Barack Obama held talks with security chiefs over the unfolding crisis in Iraq on Friday, claiming he was reviewing military options
British Foreign Secretary William Hague is calling for action to end the use of rape as a weapon of war.
He joined Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie
There are fears that Iraq could once again descend into civil war after the country’s most senior Shia Muslim cleric issued a call to arms to fight a