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Israel’s missile defence system, known as Iron Dome, is to receive emergency funding from the United States of America.
The US Senate unanimously
A restaurant in California has banned noisy children and babies from its dining room
A sign at the front of Old Fisherman’s Grotto in Monterey
One of the most popular Egyptian actors and comedians, Said Saleh, has died at the age of 76.
Saleh starred in more than 500 films and 300 plays
An outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa is out of control, but the World Health Organisation (WHO) said it can be stopped with more
Second Lieutenant Hadar Goldin has been named as the Israeli soldier believed to have been abducted by Hamas.
His home town of Kfar Saba in central
Poland has been marking the 70th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
It began on August 1 as
As the ceasefire crumbled west of Israel in Gaza, clashes erupted east of Israel in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian protesters clashed with
Fresh clashes have flared up on the Libyan-Tunisian border forcing guards to open fire.
The violence erupted after thousands of Egyptians stormed
No matter the cause – court rulings, political schemes or simply human error – the week’s top stories all have one thing in common: a costly
French league champions Paris Saint Germain are in China to play French Cup winners En Avant Guincamp for the Champions’ Trophy, the traditional
The Greenpeace ship seized by Russia last September amid a protest by the group against Arctic oil drilling has finally left the country.
Around 20 Ukrainian soldiers were killed on Friday (August 1) when their convoy was ambushed by pro-Russia separatist rebels.
Another 13 were
Week four of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge, of mounting civilian deaths. On Tuesday, another United Nations-managed school was hit — sheltering
Stadium seats on the halfway line have long been regarded as the creme de la creme in sport but that may be about to change thanks to South Korean
Europe has seen a “worrying escalation” of anti-Semitic acts amid fresh hostilities in the Israel-Palestine conflict, it’s been claimed.
Copacabana has a new tourist attraction that is drawing in art lovers from far and wide.
Football fan and painter Marcos Jambeiro has created a
Israel and Hamas have accused each other of breaking a ceasefire that lasted just a couple of hours.
The truce, agreed by both sides, started at
It is the end of an era for Fiat as after 115 years it will no longer be an Italian company.
The carmaker and its US unit Chrysler will become
Luzenac football club, the minnows from the Pyrenean town of 650 people, have achieved their dream after Toulouse’s administrative court ruled that
Senator Laura Bianconi from Italy’s ruling majority was injured, reportedly suffering a dislocated shoulder, as scuffles erupted in the chamber over
Romania under Nicolae Ceaușescu, empty state coffers, a need to make money.
But how? A secret plan was hatched.
Euronews’ Wolfgang Spindler
After years in the wilderness O-Town, the American boy band, formed on the MTV-produced reality show Making The Band, are back on the scene with a
The Bendigo Gallery in Victoria, Australia reveals ‘Undressed:350 years of Underwear in Fashion.’
Organised by London’s V&A museum the exhibition
The owners of the Peninsula Paris hotel have unveiled a costly refurbishment which they hope will help lure well-heeled visitors to the French
There were some negative surprises in the latest US jobs numbers.
Against expectations growth slowed in July and the unemployment rate rose from
Investors voted with their feet in response to a surprise offer for T-Mobile US from Xavier Niel, the boss of low-cost French telecommunications
US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s year-long asylum in Russia has come to an end and it’s not known whether his stay will be extended.
Francesco Sauro is a modern day cave man, a daring speleologist who is never happier than when he’s deep underground exploring a new cave system