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The separatist leaders of two regions in eastern Ukraine say they will now respect a Kyiv ceasefire called last Friday by President Poroshenko until
The historic Vigiliane Festival is underway in the Italian city of Trento. It’s a week-long celebration of patron saint San Vigilio.
A series of
Both London and Paris have their own versions. But Spanish capital Madrid has launched a new twist on two-wheeled rentals: electric bikes.
In Germany, a military-chartered jet has crashed after colliding with a fighter plane east of Cologne, according to local police.
Body parts have
Nearly a tonne of heroin worth millions of euro has been seized from a warehouse at a port near to the Greek capital Athens.
Said to have been
The conflict in Iraq is increasingly threatening to export trained terrorists to other countries in the region, and to the West.
Global media have described the seven-to-ten-year prison sentences against three Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt as “a blow to free speech”.
A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for “abandoning Islam” has been freed after her case caused outcry around the world.
A Khartoum appeal court
Argentina will submit a plan for talks over how to settle its debts with all creditors, the country’s lawyers said on Monday.
The move aims to
A probe into modern day Cosa Nostra crime in Sicily stumbled upon evidence which appears to have solved a 100-year-old Mafia murder mystery.
As more of Iraq is lost to Sunni forces, US Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged America’s “intense and sustained” support for the country’s
Pavlo Klimkin is Ukraine’s new foreign minister. The 46-year-old former ambassador to Germany was confirmed by the Ukrainian parliament on June 19th
Ukraine wants to become a member of the European Union “within a decade”, the country’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin told euronews in an interview
The wiretapping scandal that may yet force early elections in Poland took another twist on Monday. Last week Wprost magazine published a bugged
A pizzeria in the Russian city of Syktyvkar has launched a new take on pizza delivery.
It’s helicopter drone-delivery service made its first drop
A Russian freight train has been derailed after an explosion on the tracks in the Donetsk region of Ukraine.
It happened in between
The boss of French rail and energy group Alstom claimed victory on Monday following the firms decision to sell off its power generation arm to
The mother of 20-year-old Briton Reyaad Khan who has appeared in a jihadist propaganda video believed to have been filmed in Syria has launched an
Japanese car giants Honda and Nissan have added almost three million vehicles to a recall they made last year over a fault in passenger airbags
Latest figures suggest the pace of the eurozone’s recovery is slowing despite some positive news from the bloc’s peripheral economies.
Russia should be under no illusions that the EU is willing to pass tough economic sanctions against Moscow if the situation in Ukraine continues to
After London, fashionistas have flocked to Milan in Italy for the spring-summer 2015 menswear collections.
Donatella Versace’s designs for next
In Hungary, 70 years ago, 2,000 houses in Budapest were designated as “Yellow Star Houses” and today, 1,600 of them are still there, although in many
Leave to Remain is a film about refugee children in the UK facing deportation. Although it is a work of fiction it is based on real life stories
On the Riviera in the south of France, Vence has been popular with artists for more than a century. Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Marc Chagall
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said the publication of “illegal eavesdropping” implicating several high-ranking politicians was “an attempt to
ALMA is short for (Atacama Large Millimetre/Submillimetre Array). It’s a powerful telescope located in Chile, which is starting to unlock information