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The US North Carolina coast is bracing itself for Hurricane Arthur, the first hurricane of the 2014 season.
Arthur is due to pass over or near the
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has appealed to Moscow to find a common and constructive initiative for a lasting ceasefire in
A highway overpass has collapsed in the Brazilian World Cup host city of Belo Horizonte.
At least two people have been killed and ten more injured
Chaos has broken out in Bolivia after uniformed police took over a barracks in the city of La Paz.
Dozens of lower-ranking officers fired tear gas
Thirty-two Turkish lorry drivers held in Iraq by Islamist militants for nearly a month have been released.
There’s no news of 49 other Turks –
Philippe Douste-Blazy is a former minister in the French government and President of UNITAID. He wants to eradicate extreme poverty and raise
Germany is on track to introduce of a nationwide minimum wage, following months of heated debate among politicians and businesses who have warned
As the Ukrainian government reshuffles the military, residents of the cities of Slovyansk and Kramatorsk in the crisis-torn east of the country, say
Violent clashes have broken out between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces in the Beit Hanina neighbourhood of East Jerusalem as
One year ago, there were demonstrations in Egypt bigger than any in its modern history — even bigger than in the Arab Spring uprising of 2011 that
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the comic book superhero, ‘Batman’ memorabilia from all seven films goes on display at the Warner Bros lot in
Actor-director Ben Falcone teams up with his wife Melissa McCarthy in the comedy ‘Tammy’.
McCarthy, who co-wrote the script with Falcone, plays a
A doctor has testified at the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius that the athlete is a “paradox” whose triumphs on the track contrasted sharply with the
Spanish police and health authorities claim to have dismantled a trafficking ring that bought and sold medicine illegally.
The organisation is said
The first hurricane of the season in the Atlantic is threatening parts of the eastern US coast.
Holidaymakers in North Carolina have been packing
The European Central Bank says it plans to keep interest rates low for an extended period of time as it tries to revive eurozone growth with long
European airports have begun to enforce stricter security measures amid US concerns that al Qaeda terrorists are developing explosives which could be
In Shuafat, a neighbourhood of East Jerusalem relatives of the murdered Palestinian teenager have begun preparations for his funeral.
The Who have announced a series of shows across the UK to celebrate 50 years as a rock ‘n’ roll band
The announcement was made at London’s famed
“Please, this is supposed to be a happy occasion. Let’s not bicker and argue over who killed who.”
‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ returns to the
In Iraq, the president of the country’s autonomous Kurdish north, Massoud Barzani, has asked the regional parliament to prepare for a referendum on
Japan, it’s been claimed, is a country where stoicism and lack of emotion often reigns supreme.
Which perhaps helps to explain the popularity of
The Ukrainian government has approved President Petro Poroshenko’s proposal to appoint colonel-general Valery Heletey as the new defence
Moldovan mafia is selling Russian army weapons to separatists in Ukraine, it’s been claimed.
The Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
Encouraging jobs news from the United States as hiring jumped in June and the unemployment rate fell to the lowest level in nearly six years – 6.1
Nothing more sinister than solar panels lurk amid the arid hills of rural Iran, apparently marking the country’s desire to wean itself off
Internet search giant Google is cracking down on porn by banning the adverts that include sexually explicit content which, up until now, have been
Sweden’s central bank has slashed its key interest rate to a 0.25 percent from 0.75 percent, a larger cut than was expected.
The reduction in the
The first plenary session of the new European Parliament, which has ended in Strasbourg, will be remembered by many because of the striking