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The battle for the heartland of Ukraine’s separatist movement is intensifying around Donetsk.
Government troops appear to be edging closer to the
Efforts have begun to find the body of the last remaining victim inside the wreckage of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia.
Around 50 men
The Italian navy has brought nearly 1,500 migrants ashore in the port of Salerno. The people were rescued by other Italian ships and boats in deep
Sweden is struggling to tackle a massive forest fire that has engulfed around 150 square kilometres.
Emergency services have been trying to contain
It’s kind of unusual to have the sound of waves and the feeling of warm sand beneath one’s feet at the office. But Japanese company Biztech is no
Thousands of police, soldiers and fire fighters are working around the clock to find survivors following an earthquake in south western China over
Through the rubble and battered buildings a peace of sorts has emerged for Gaza in the promised 72 hour ceasefire.
The sound of bombs and bullets
Spain midfielder Xavi has announced his retirement from international football.
The 34-year-old Barcelona man holds the record number of caps for a
Costa Rica’s World Cup hero Keylor Navas was officially presented at Real Madrid on Tuesday.
The 27-year has signed a six-year contract with the
The Bayer Garratt locomotive, known as ’60-29’ among experts, is now back up and running for the first time in more than three decades, much to the
A law professor has been named caretaker prime minister of Bulgaria until elections take place in three months.
Georgi Bliznashki said his interim
Britain’s senior Foreign Office minister Baroness Warsi has resigned over her governments stance on Gaza.
In a letter to Prime Minister David
Israel has pulled its troops out of the Gaza Strip on Tuesday and has begun a 72-hour ceasefire with Hamas.
The truce, which appears to be holding
Spain’s Telefonica has made a surprise bid for GVT, French media firm Vivendi’s broadband business in Brazil. It has offered 6.7 billion euro
A man on board a plane escorted into Manchester Airport by a fighter jet has been arrested on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat.
The crew of
After clocking up more than six billion kilometres over a 10 year flight, Europe’s Rosetta deep space probe has hit its target, flying within 100
With just over a month to go until the Referendum on Scottish independence, what further controversies lie in store for this bitter rivalry between
Three Turkish MPs have been injured after a debate in the parliament in Ankara turned into an all-out brawl.
The politicians were supposed to be
British police have arrested a man on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat after an RAF fighter jet was called to escort a Qatar Airways passenger
Disturbing video footage from Nigeria shows the country’s military apparently abusing civilians during their fight against militant group Boko
In Turkey’s presidential election, the Kurdish vote is expected to have a noticeable influence.
In the wake of several decades of violent conflict
Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu is considered the only candidate for president of Turkey who might be capable of competing seriously with Prime Minister Recep
There was a big bill for France’s Credit Agricole from the problems of Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo in which it has a 14.6 percent stake.
Rescuers have been searching for survivors through the rubble of buildings destroyed in the earthquake that shook south western China on
A report that the Kremlin may restrict or ban European airlines from flying over Siberia has slammed the share price of Russian carrier Aeroflot
LinkedIn has reached a settlement with the US Labor Department over violations of wages law.
The online career networking company has agreed to
For the first time in the history of the republic of modern Turkey, the people rather than parliament are electing their next president. One of the
Residents in Gaza were busy shopping for food on Tuesday, as a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas came into effect. Meanwhile, Israeli troops were
A collection of ancient silver pieces forfeited during an undercover investigation into black-market coin trading in New York City was handed over to
An offer of 75 million euros by Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone to end his trial on bribery charges has been accepted by a German court.