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Twitter is eight years old today and to mark its birthday, it has launched a new tool which lets you find users’ first ever tweet.
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More than five years after leaving office, former US Vice President Dick Cheney sees the world in bad shape, especially the Middle East, and he
A Ukrainian military transport plane was shot down in the east of the country on Monday.
It was carrying eight people and the Ukrainian Defence
Thousands of Palestinian families have fled their homes in the northern Gaza Strip after Israel warned them to leave before it attacked what it said
After a consolatory pat on the back by teammate Michael Rogers, Tour de France contender and two time champion Alberto Contador withdrew from this
This edition of FIFA’s flagship event has seen plenty of records broken and some exploits that really lit up the stage of this Brazilian football
One of the most powerful anti-apartheid voices, South African novelist Nadine Gordimer, has died.
She started writing at the age of nine and used
The Church of England has voted in favour of allowing women to become bishops, in an move that overturns centuries of tradition and decades of
Israeli authorities say many Israeli lives have been saved as a result of the Iron Dome system which has been built to intercept rockets launched by
Big brands are doing battle in Britain as the Farnborough Air show opened for business.
The usual dogfight between Airbus and Boeing is central to
Hard to say what ordinary Brazilians in difficult economic straits thought of FIFA President Joseph Blatter saying: “Where is all this social unrest
Manchester United have signed a record-breaking deal with sportswear manufacturer Adidas worth the equivalent of €940m over 10 years.
It dominates the ground at the Farnborough Airshow near London.
Airbus makers are hoping the A380 will be ever present in the skies of the future
Hundreds of Palestinians carried the bodies of a father and son through the streets of Gaza on Monday.
Residents say both 23-year-old Saddam Abu
The Textron Scorpion fighter jet made its debut on the international stage at the Farnborough Airshow. It has been described as a “budget” jet and
Caught on video for the first time is the practice of ‘knocking on the roof’. Courtesy of a video posted online by a source that has not be fully
On instructions from Portugal’s central bank a new board and chief executive have been installed at Banco Espirito Santo.
Vitor Bento, a respected
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif for a second day in Vienna, as both sides complain that scant
Around 100 African immigrants rioted in southern Italy, causing serious damage, after two members of their community were shot.
A private watchman
A bull gored three men on Monday after breaking away from the pack chasing crowds through the streets of Pamplona in the closing run of Spain’s San
Georgian filmmaker George Ovashvili’s ‘Corn Island’ took the top prize for Best Film at this year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the
Meeting on Monday, the Arab League wants a halt to Israel’s offensive in Gaza.
Ahead of key talks in Cairo, the body’s Secretary General Nabil
The shipwrecked Costa Concordia has finally been refloated, two and a half years after it ran aground and capsized off the coast of Italy, killing 32
The son of one of Slovenia’s greatest ever sportsmen faces an Olympic task in turning around the small alpine nation’s struggling economy after
EU leaders will meet later this week with the aim of sorting out who will take the bloc’s top jobs over the next five years.
There are two big
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical ‘Cats’ is returning to London’s West End in a revamped version with a hip-hop flavour.
Opening in London in
France’s Bastille Day celebration of the 1789 revolution that led to a republic has been combined with a commemoration of World War One.
Citgroup Inc has agreed to pay $7bn to resolve a US government investigation into inadequate mortgage-backed securities the bank sold in the run-up
Samsung has announced it has severed ties with a Chinese supplier over the suspected use of child labour.
The decision comes after the US based
The European Union has launched the latest phase of its massive 80 billion euro research and development programme, with calls for private partners