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Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo – the country’s third biggest bank has posted a massive first-half loss of 3.5 billion euros.
It said to be due
The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Catalunya president Artur Mas came away from talks in Madrid on Wednesday saying no deal had been
An entire village has been buried under a massive mudslide.
Torrential rains in rural western India have triggered the landslide that killed 17
Rafael Nadal has been forced to withdraw from two US Open warm-up events because of a wrist injury.
The Spaniard sustained the injury during
In Gaza it seems there is no safe place to hide, as the families sheltering at the UN-run school in the Jabaliya refugee camp discovered.
Argentine Football Association president Julio Humberto Grondona died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 82, media reports said.
Israeli strikes near a market in the eastern Gaza Strip killed 19 Palestinians on Wednesday, the local health ministry said.
Residents said that
The European Union has passed tough sanctions on Russia targeting the country’s banks, energy and defence sectors.
Russia said the measures will
Ukraine’s economic decline is accelerating.
The government says GDP contracted by 4.7 percent in the second quarter from the same period last
Usain Bolt has denied a British newspaper report that he attacked the Commonwealth Games.
The Times is standing by its story which claims the
Protesters clashed with police in the province of Alessandria in Italy at a demo against the construction of a high-speed railway line.
Marking the 15th anniversary of his accession to the Moroccan throne, King Mohammed VI gave a televised address at a celebration in his honour.
“A woman should not laugh in front of everyone. She should protect her honour.”
These were the words which landed Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister
Thousands have flocked to a mysterious crop circle which appeared in a field in Raisting last week.
Some noted that it is no coincidence that the
At least 19 Palestinians who were sheltering in a UN-run school in Gaza have been killed after it was shelled on Wednesday.
More than 90 people
A pro-Russian rebel shouts ‘get back’ as independent investigators attempted to gain access to the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.
EU sanctions against Russia will “backfire”, Vladimir Chizhov, the Russian ambassador to the European Union, said on Wednesday.
The new coach of the Los Angeles Lakers Byron Scott has pledged to make defence his top priority as he bids to revive the flagging fortunes of one of
Argentina is in a race against time to head off its second debt default to its international creditors in 12 years.
Underscoring the seriousness of
Roads have turned into rivers in Romania as flash floods hit the country.
Two people have lost their lives and 300 people were evacuated from three
The US economy has posted a much bigger than expected jump in growth in the second quarter.
Gross domestic product rose by 4.0 percent according to
Rome is celebrating 2,000 years since the death of the first emperor this summer with a variety events.
Augustus, also known as Octavian, was the
Knut the polar bear, once the most famous of his specis in the world, has been honored in death at the Berlin Natural History Museum.
Knut died in
The summer movie menu is out and the boys in green are back in a remake of ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’.
The film stars Megan Fox as a
Theodore “Dutch” Van Kirk, the last surviving member of the Enola Gay plane that dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6
Since 1900 the wild tiger population has declined by 97 percent, according to conservationists.
The exact number of tigers remaining in the wild
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is holding talks with the Catalunya President Artur Mas in Madrid on Wednesday.
Their meeting is seen as the
Russia has remained defiant following the announcement of tough new sanctions from Brussels and Washington.
In return, Moscow announced a ban on
Allied Irish Banks has announced it was back in profit in the first half of the year as fewer businesses customers defaulted on their loans.
Twitter’s shares have soared after it scored by tweaking its tweets service to capitalise on interest in the World Cup, including more prominent