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Japan’s new national football coach Javier Aguirre says he’ll guide the team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The Mexican arrived in
Thousands of Yazidi refugees, trapped by jihadists on Mount Sinjar, have manged to escape to Iraqi Kurdistan.
The Yazidi, under the threat of death
The Kremlin has announced that it is to send a humanitarian mission into Ukraine in cooperation with the Red Cross.
Ukraine and the West are
Liberia’s army has quarantined a third province because of the Ebola epidemic.
Lofa, in northern Liberia, joins Bomi and Grand Cape Mount, which
More than 1,000 firefighters are battling a huge blaze in the Tver forest north of Moscow.
The region has already suffered from 200 fires this dry
Police in Kosovo have made some 40 arrests after cracking down on suspected jihadist recruiters for Syria and Iraq.
Weapons, ammunition and
An armed gang has attacked Haiti’s main prison, releasing an unknown number of the jail’s 899 inmates.
Two police officers were hit by bullets in
Rory McIlroy won the US PGA Championship on Sunday – his fourth major championship in 2014.
It was a battle to remember between the current greats
Three workers have been accused of stealing gold worth around 900,000 euros after stumbling upon it during renovation works, a French newspaper has
There was quiet at the Israel-Gaza border after a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians, scheduled to last 72 hours, began at 00:00 on Monday
Iraqi politics have been thrown into turmoil in a succession of events on Monday that may spell the end of the prime minister’s career.
The latest collection of T-Shirts featuring Russian President Vladimir Putin, designed by Vse Putyom, (All is Cool), has gone on sale at Moscow’s
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was the unsurprising winner in Turkey’s first direct election for president; a post previously chosen by parliament.
Arsenal fired a warning shot – or three to be precise – at Manchester City on Sunday, beating the current Premier League title holders 3-0 in the
Evidence of unlawful killings and possible war crimes in Afghanistan have been seemingly ignored by the US, a damming report has claimed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has hosted talks in Sochi between the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan, who have been engaged in an escalating two
A high-security prison on the outskirts of the Ukranian city of Donetsk has been hit by rocket fire.
One prisoner, in the “strict regime” prison
The photograph of a young boy holding the severed head of a Syrian soldier and printed in an Australian newspaper on Monday shows just how dangerous
A new football stadium in Budapest has been inaugurated by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán: The Groupama Arena.
With a capacity of 22,600, FTC’s home
Ukrainian government forces are poised to regain control of the city of Donetsk from pro-Russian separatists.
Recent gains on the ground have split
The National Alliance, Iraq’s main grouping of Shi’ite parties, has named the parliamentary vice-president Haider al-Abadi as its candidate for the
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has warned the newly-elected President Fouad Masoum, a Kurd, to call on him to try and form a government as
Turkey’s ruling party has begun planning the next government after Recep Tayyip Erdogan secured his position as Turkey’s first directly elected head
Yazidi refugees who made it safely off Mount Sinjar in Iraq to Syria have returned, crossing the Tigris back into Iraq as their long road towards
Voters in Istanbul are reacting to the news that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan remains as popular as ever, and has secured another five years
More than 1.6 million people have been affected by a typhoon that battered Japan over the weekend.
The storm dumped one metre of rain in an hour
Scores of Ugandan LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people and supporters marched through sprawling botanical gardens in the lakeside
Bare-chested women took to the streets of Rio de Janeiro on Saturday to protest against sexual violence and demand equal rights and sexual freedom
A high diving competition has been held in Kosovo for the first time since the Kosovan war in 1999. The competition dates back around 60 years and
More than one thousand people gathered at a bookstore in Manhattan on Thursday (August 7) for their chance to meet Grumpy Cat. The famous foul-faced