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German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in the Brazilian city of Salvador on Monday with one very clear message for Germany’s football team: “We want
There was only one moment in Monday’s press conference in Washington when Christine Lagarde reacted somewhat emotionally – and that was when euronews
The release of recordings of a conversation between Poland’s central bank governor and the interior minister has caused mixed reactions nationwide
After taking Mosul and much of the north of Iraq in the past week, militant group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have captured the
In Ukraine, news that Gazprom has halted gas supplies to the country has been met with sharp condemnation. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk bristled
The Iraq conflict is turning increasingly sectarian. The Sunni extremist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) continues to tighten its
Europe could face gas shortages in winter, the EU’s top energy official has said, after talks between Ukraine and Russia over unpaid bills broke
Some 30 people have died as a result of two barrel bomb attacks on Aleppo in the north of Syria.
According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory
German engineering company Siemens and Japan’s Mitsubishi have presented a joint offer to France’s Alstom that includes seven billion euros in
The International Monetary Fund has cut its growth forecast for the United States to two percent down from the 2.8 percent it predicted in April
Somali Islamist group Al Shabaab has reportedly claimed responsibility for Sunday’s armed attack in Kenya.
Two hotels, a bank and a police station
Spanish authorities have found 68 migrants trying to make the hazardous journey from Africa to European shores.
Seventeen women and six children
Ethnic violence has flared in Sri Lanka between local Muslims and Buddhists.
The clashes occured in the Southwest of the country, leaving three
A court in Western China has sentenced three people to death for an incident in Tiananmen square last October. Five others were given sentences
Airbus Group and Safran confirmed plans on Monday to join forces. Their aim is to shake up the rocket launcher sector in Europe by cutting costs in
One out of every two fish which we eat has not been caught in the sea but raised on a farm. Can aquaculture make fish tastier and more
Carribean pianist Mario Canonge delighted crowds on the second day of the Gnaoua Music Festival in Essaouira.
Born on the French island of
After decades of war, perhaps it was his promises of peace talks that won Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos a second term.
After one of the
Russian gas exporter Gazprom said it has cut supplies to Ukraine after failing to strike a last minute deal with Kyiv over unpaid debts. Ukraine must
It’s already one of the longest strikes France has seen in years, and now rail workers have voted to continue their walk out for a seventh
British telecoms company Vodafone has agreed to buy an Italian provider of electronics services to the car industry in a deal worth 145 million
Amid rising concern in the EU over energy security, the German government has launched an investigation into the planned 5.1 billion euro sale of oil
Wizz Air, central and eastern Europe’s largest airline, has cancelled plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange. It has blamed current
Russian shares have fallen sharply on Monday morning after talks between Moscow and Kyiv over the price of Russian gas imports broke down.
As the host of major events like the World Cup and the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics, Brazil is keen to upgrade security.
As part of this drive
Spanish police have arrested eight men suspected of recruiting jihadists for Islamist group ISIL.
The men reportedly helped send militants to the
Hundreds of Shiite men in Baghdad have volunteered to join the fight against militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in the
Ex-Formula One champion Michael Schumacher has left hospital after emerging from a medically induced coma.
A statement from his family stressed
Better known for big blockbuster productions like ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Elf’, Jon Favreau’s latest movie is a low-budget indie film that tells the story of
Premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, ‘The Rover’ is Australian director David Michôd’s second feature film.
Starring British actor