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Mauritania goes to the polls on Saturday but there is no suspense as to the result.
President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz is sure to win re-election
In Bulgaria, at least 14 people have reportedly died after torrential rains and floods hit the east of the country.
A state of emergency has been
Ukraine’s pro-Russian separatists have rejected an offer to lay down their weapons for a week and free hostages so that a definitive peace plan can
Many volunteer soldiers in Ukraine signed up to serve their country and were trained in Kyiv and initially served there. But they were suddenly
The brother of Romania’s President Traian Basescu is being held by police for allegedly taking mafia bribes.
Mircea Basescu is accused of taking
After a two year renovation the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague has reopened.
Home to a host of Dutch masterpieces from the 17th Century, works
China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang has begun a three-day visit to Greece to sign trade and investment deals.
Accompanied by his Greek counterpart
The US economic recovery is on track, the Federal Reserve claims. The head of the Central Bank Janet Yellen said activity is rebounding in the
The ongoing battle for control of Alstom’s energy arm has undergone a further twist.
The French government appears to favour the General Electric
Thousands of people have attended the funeral of a 15-year-old Palestinian boy.
Mohammed Dudin was killed in the occupied West Bank during an
Embattled Prime Minister Nuri al Maliki came under growing pressure on Friday to do more to overcome Iraq’s sectarian divisions.
At Friday prayers
Ukraine has announced a week-long ceasefire in its battle against pro-Russian separatists.
On the interior ministry website, President Petro
Mauritania goes to the polls on Saturday in a presidential election expected to be easily won by the incumbent Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.
The European Union has acted to close a loophole, which allows multinational companies to reduce tax bills by exploiting differences in the tax laws
World Refugee Day brings bad news. For the first time since World War II, the total number of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced
Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries have increased their offer to purchase the energy arm of France’s Alstom.
They have raised the amount of
A funeral was held on Friday in Moscow for the Russian journalist and his sound engineer, who both died on Tuesday in eastern Ukraine while reporting
The leader of Europe’s left will meet in Paris tomorrow to discuss the future of the EU.
French President Francois Hollande will host the
In this edition of Europe Weekly, US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack goes on the offensive in Brussels amid fears that a EU-US free trade pact
Lloyds Banking Group is to sell 35 percent of its stake in TSB, up from the original 25 percent.
The decision has been taken as a result of heavy
Motorbike manufacturer Harley-Davidson, known for its roaring engines, has done the unthinkable… and revealed an all-electric model.
The new bike
Google and Microsoft are to add a ‘kill-switch’ feature to their Android and Windows phone operating systems.
The ‘kill switch’ renders a phone
England losing on penalties, infighting in the Dutch camp and Germany reaching at least the semi-finals despite having their weakest team for a
Sales of Coca-Cola in Spain are reported to have slumped by half, in the wake of a call for a boycott of the product over an attempt by the company’s
Spain’s King Felipe VI met Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in the office of his father King Juan Carlos one day after being sworn in. It was his first
The second edition of the Iranian film festival in Paris was a chance to find out more about the many faces of contemporary Iranian cinema
American rapper Asher Roth has finally released his sophomore album five years after his chart-topping debut ‘Asleep in the Bread Aisle’.
It’s described as the gold standard of contemporary art fairs – Art Basel in Switzerland is drawing tens of thousands of visitors keen to see and, in