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Over 3000 people turned out in Berlin in the latest chapter of the long-running dispute between the city’s Kreuzberg countercultural district and
With the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa killing over sixty percent of those it infects the World Health Organisation says the disease risks
Hopes for the quick formation of a new inclusive Iraqi government have been dashed.
Sunnis and Kurds walked out of the first session of the
The Uber car services smartphone app has again got taxi drivers up in arms, this time in Madrid, where around 300 demonstrated for two hours in the
Waiting for the train on your daily commute is never the most pleasant of experiences and it just got harder for smokers in Denmark, where the
Five hundred thousand people have taken part in one of the biggest demonstrations in Hong Kong’s history.
They are angry over a recent warning
It has just become much cheaper to use your mobile phone when travelling in the European Union as Brussels forced the telecoms companies to further
Of course, Israel is not expected to let the murder of three teenagers go unanswered, with Hamas the probable first target for reprisals.
Ukraine’s army has moved in what its commander-in-chief is calling a massive offensive to clear out armed pro-Russian separatists from their
United in pain and sadness, Israel mourned along with the families of the three murdered teens whose bodies were found in the occupied West Bank on
The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights has ruled that France’s ban on full-face veils does not breach religious freedom.
Dozens attended the funeral of a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank town of Jenin who was killed by Israeli troops during an overnight
‘X’ (pronounced ‘Multiply’) is singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran’s second studio album. The lead single ‘Sing’ – released as a digital download in April
German MEP Martin Schulz campaigned to become European Commission president on a platform of ending backroom deals inside the EU.
But it was just
A relief rally that BNP Paribas has finally settled its sanctions busting case with the US government sent its shares 3.6 percent higher on Tuesday
France is scandalised at the turn taken in investigations into the alleged activities and means used by the previous head of state Nicolas Sarkozy
Sarah McNair Landry is a modern day polar adventurer and film-maker. At age 18 she became the youngest person ever to ski to the South
Russian President Vladimir Putin has set out his stall for the next round of Russian foreign policy initiatives to his ambassadors and permanent
Japan has approved a major change to its post-war security policy of pacifism, paving the way for its military to fight abroad.
The move, the most
Unemployment in Germany was up again in June. The number of people out of work increased by 9,000 to 2.916 million, according to figures adjusted for
Israelis are mourning the deaths of three teenagers, believed to have been abducted, whose bodies were found in a field in the West Bank.
Maroon Five frontman Adam Levine is making his acting debut in the new John Carney film ‘Begin Again’.
The film tells the story of Gretta, played
Following a 22 million euro renovation and expansion project, the Mauritshuis Museum (Maurice House) in the Hague is once again open to
The dream of electrically bypassing spinal cord injuries to restore movement to paralysed limbs is becoming a reality.
Thanks to technology
Over the past year, Real Economy has looked at everything from bailout exits to the banking union, explaining the economic elements that you should
German MEP Martin Schulz is back at the helm of the European Parliament, just weeks after he said he wanted to end the EU’s culture of backroom
Prince Harry visited a centre for disabled children on Sunday (June 29) at the Children of Jesus Foundation in Santiago, Chile, continuing his
In Turkey, the ruling AKP has officially named prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as its candidate for the country’s presidential election
Controversial Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford has returned to work following two months of rehab for alcohol and drugs issues.
Last year he admitted to