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Iraq’s Shi’ite-led government has formally asked the United States to launch airstrikes against Sunni Muslim insurgents who have engulfed the country
The US Federal Reserve has cut its forecast for economic growth this year from between 2.1 percent and 2.3 from an earlier projection of around 2.9
Serbs in the ethnically-divided Kosovo town of Mitrovica removed a barricade blocking the main bridge, the latest sign of a tentative thaw between
General Motors CEO Mary Barra was pressed on Capitol Hill for a second time on Wednesday to explain what steps it is taking to resolve a safety
Lilia Rotoloni: With us from Kyiv our correspondent Sergio Cantone
Sergio, the new President Poroshenko is gradually unveiling his plan to get out
King Juan Carlos I of Spain in what is known as the Ceremony of Promulgation of the Basic Law signed into law his abdication.
The Royal party were
Panama City, like the country, seems to be in a perpetual state of forward motion.
For five years running it has had 10 percent annual growth and
With Islamic extremists threatening to overrun Iraq, there has been increasing pressure on the United States and Iran to combine forces to help
The International Monetary Fund has warned Argentina that its legal defeat against hedge fund investors may have wider implications.
European stock markets have remained steady on Wednesday.
They’ve been near last week’s multi-year highs helped by shares in major energy
More than 20 people including young children have been killed in a bomb attack in Nigeria as they were watching a World Cup match between Brazil and
“What’s the point of the King of Spain?”, a Madrid journalist once asked. Juan Carlos I tried to answer the question by changing the face of Spain
Amazon.com is expected to launch a smartphone on Wednesday that may include a 3D screen visible without special glasses.
It’s the retailer’s
Russia’s lower house of parliament, the Duma, held a minute’s silence on Wednesday to remember a journalist and sound engineer killed in a mortar
Martin Schulz has quit as speaker of the European Parliament to take up his old job as leader of the Socialists and Democrats.
But he may not be
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has outlined plans for a brief window that will allow pro-Russian fighters to leave eastern Ukraine unimpeded by
Sunni militants have seized control of 75 percent of Iraq’s strategic Baiji oil refinery, according to an official.
The fighters are led by the
Britain’s most successful fashion label drew a large crowd to its Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 show.
Models for Burberry Prorsum
The dreaded dentist’s drill may soon become a relic of the past as a new technique to treat tooth decay emerges. Researchers at King’s College in
Telefonica has offered 295 million euros for Mediaset Spain’s 22% stake in pay-TV business Digital Plus.
This latest deal comes after a previous
General Electric is in talks with France to secure its bid to buy Alstom’s energy assets.
The US company is reportedly set to offer an independent
Swedish budget fashion retailer Hennes &Mauritz, better known as H&M, has said June sales were off to a good start after a near twenty percent
Presidents, prime ministers and other leaders around the world have donned their national teams’ jerseys, at least figuratively, and are rooting for
Spain’s King Juan Carlos is due to sign a law allowing his own abdication later on Wednesday in a ceremony at the royal palace in Madrid.
Components designed by computer and produced on a 3D printer are becoming more commonplace.
The aviation industry is leading the way. In the
The Prince of Asturias Award for Sport has been won by the New York Marathon. There were 22 nominations from 13 different countries the penultimate
Israel has re-arrested 51 Palestinians freed in a prisoner swap deal three years ago.
The army said it was part of its hunt for