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Israel has launched a ground offensive in Gaza according to an official statement released from the office of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
German international Toni Kroos arrived for his medical exam in Madrid on Thursday after signing a six-year deal to join Los Merengues from Bayern
The leaders of Iran’s opposition Green movement — calling for political reform and evolution in society — have been under house arrest without trial
US cable group Liberty Global has snapped up BSkyB’s 6.4 percent stake in ITV, Britain’s biggest commercial broadcaster.
ITV’s shares surged on
Norway’s Alexander Kristoff timed his sprint perfectly to clinch the 12th stage of the Tour de France on Thursday.
The Katusha rider trailed Arnaud
In Sderot the Israeli city just one mile from its border with Gaza, the spectre of renewed conflict looms extremely close. In the ten days since
US diplomacy is showing clear signs of Mideast fatigue.
Hamas rockets lace the sky into Israel, Israel returns fire against the Palestinians
Divided over who to nominate in the top European Union institutional jobs puzzle, the 28 EU leaders will have six weeks of summer to think the matter
Former Bulgaria winger Martin Petrov drew a near-20 year career to an end on Thursday when he announced his retirement from football.
President of Argentina’s Boca Juniors, Daniel Angelici, has announced an agreement with the city of Beijing to train young Chinese football players
Young French-Austrian designer Marina Hoermanseder surprised at Berlin Fashion Week with her upcoming spring-summer collection.
Her latest work
Based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Patricia McCormick, ‘Sold’ is a powerful drama about child sex trafficking in Nepal and India
Featuring what is believed to be the world’s tallest Snoopy statue, an art installation inspired by the famous Peanuts dog has made its debut in Hong
The sharks are back. And this time, there are even more of them.
Hot on the heels of last summer’s first Sharknado, the sequel is set in New York
Britain’s Paul Bolton produced a superb display to claim the first stage of the 11th edition of Red Bull Romaniacs Enduro competition in
Newcastle have completed the signing of French striker Emmanuel Riviere from Monaco for an undisclosed fee
The 24-year-old, who scored 13 goals in
Violence has returned to Gaza and Israel, after the expiry of a five hour ceasefire.
Israeli jets have flown a number of sorties, with the
A Malaysian passenger airliner with 298 people on board has reportedly crashed in eastern Ukraine.
The Interfax news agency quoting an aviation
Cheap to buy, cheap to fly could be the motto for the Textron Scorpion.
Making its international debut at the Farnborough Airshow, it is a
A temporary ceasefire has brought immediate queues in Gaza as people rushed out to banks and shops.
Streets that had been deserted during more than
Researchers have finally arrived at the site of a mysterious giant crater that was spotted in one of Russia’s most isolated regions.
The UN peacekeeping force UNIFIL has intensified its patrols in southern Lebanon, along another volatile border over which rockets have been fired
Adrenalin junkies can look forward to a new source of excitement.
AirDog is a newly developed autonomous drone that will automatically follow them
With fighting unrelenting in Ukraine’s east, Western sanctions have fired a further warning shot at Russia.
The US will now extend credit freezes
Big job cuts have been announced by Microsoft. The world’s largest software maker is eliminating up to 18,000 positions over the next year.
More Europeans bought new cars in June. Sales were up 4.3 percent from a year ago.
That reflected an economic recovery in southern Europe – with
For the second time in a week, credit rating agencies have downgraded Portugal’s largest lender Banco Espirito Santo (BES) and other parts of the
On her 60th birthday German Chancellor Angela Merkel had a nice surprise at the Brussels EU summit, when a German journalist gave an impromptu
It was meant to be a five hour ceasefire.
But Palestinian militants have fired mortars from Gaza during the halt in hostilities, according to
Afghan security forces say all four militants who attacked Kabul International Airport early this morning are dead and that the unrest there is over