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In Bulgaria, at least 16 people are reported to have been killed after torrential rains and floods hit the east of the country.
In the port city
Construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope has officially begun in the Atacama desert in Chile, marking the first step in a true
A huge truck bomb in Syria’s western Hama province has killed at least 34 people and wounded more than 50 others, the country’s SANA news agency is
President Petro Poroshenko’s much-publicised peace plan for Ukraine is said to call for a 10-kilometre buffer zone to be created on the border with
The shots that rang out in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914 echoed around Europe, while their impact ultimately sparked World War I. It was the
The number of people worldwide forced to flee their homes has topped more than 50 million for the first time since World War Two, according to a new
Palestinian medical staff and security sources say a Palestinian teenager has been killed by Israeli troops during raids in the West Bank.
A series of tornadoes hit South Dakota on Wednesday night, damaging homes, destroying businesses, and injuring one person according to the National
An injured explorer who has been trapped in Germany’s deepest cave system for 12 days was finally brought to the surface after a complex rescue
Security forces have been tightening their grip on the main Iraqi cities under threat from ISIL but not controlled by the Sunni militants.
Thanks to some 20 million euros from Qatar, Denmark’s Muslims have their first ‘Grand Mosque’, complete with a minaret.
It is hoped that a new, lightweight, handheld camera could signal a breakthrough in detecting the early stages of skin cancer that are invisible to
Taking a walk they will never forget, two Russian cosmonauts have been busy outside the International Space Station.
It was the first ever
Luis Suarez scored twice to hand Uruguay a 2-1 win over England which has all but sealed the Three Lions’ fate in Brazil.
Liverpool hitman Suarez
President Obama’s response to the Iraq crisis has been criticised as too cautious by some Republican opponents in Washington.
The latest street protest in Brazil started peacefully enough but it ended in violence as youths demanding free public transport and denouncing
Amid fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine, government forces claim they are tightening the noose on pro-Russian separatists.
They say the latest
Spain’s new king, Felipe VI, has been sworn in following a relatively modest ceremony in Madrid.
Monarchists hope his reign will herald a new era
What to do you when your driving licence expires when you live abroad, that’s the question in this edition of Utalk and it comes from Claudia in
According to some polls, most Spaniards want a referendum to decide whether the country should become a republic.
But the large crowds in Madrid