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It was called the ‘picnic that changed the world’ and visitors to Sopron, Hungary are here to celebrate the 25th anniversary.
On August 19th 1989
Arsenal drew 0-0 against Turkish side Besiktas in their opening Champions League fixture.
The Gunners ended the game with ten men after Aaron
Two Italian Tornado fighter jets collided in mid-air during a training exercise on Tuesday.
Four crew members are missing after the military planes
Celebrated Iranian poet Simin Behbahani has died at the age of 87.
Famous for her writings on love and equal rights for women, her verse was said
The conflict in eastern Ukraine has reached the centre of rebel-held Luhansk, where government forces say they have now recaptured one
An interactive climb up the world renowned north face of the Eiger mountain will soon be just a click away thanks to a group of mountaineers
Two European cities have been voted among the “most liveable” in the world. The survey, carried out by The Economist, rates locations based on
The latest grim news about the Earth’s resources is that we are using them up faster and faster every year, and that is creating bigger and bigger
Israel has carried out air strikes in Gaza after it said three rockets were fired from the coastal enclave, breaking a short-lived extension to a
Demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri chanted “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
Police fired tear gas after a violent minority disrupted the latest mostly
Steve Ballmer who paid an NBA record two billion dollars for the LA Clippers Basketball franchise has met thousands of fans for the first time. The
Dutch teenager Max Verstappen has become the youngest driver in formula one history having signed for the Torro Rosso team.
The sixteen-year-old is
Pope Francis is said to be ‘deeply grieved’ by the deaths of three relatives in a car crash in Argentina.
The pontiff’s nephew is said to be in a
The search continues for two Spanish tourists who went missing after a tourist boat sank in Indonesia on Saturday after being hit by a
Afghanistan is marking 95 years of full independence.
But amid the pomp and ceremony in Kabul where President Hamid Karzai laid a wreath at the
Protests continue in the US following the shooting dead of black teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer 10 days ago.
His death has
The panic buying of water has been widespread in the rebel-held city of Donetsk. The United Nations says the humanitarian crisis is getting
Israel has carried out air strikes in Gaza, after it said three rockets were fired from the coastal enclave, breaking a short-lived extension to a
It is the latest internet craze, and a far more positive one than when earlier this year people nominated friends to be videoed drinking themselves
As a Kurdish counterattack continues, Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq say they have recaptured several towns and villages southwest of Erbil
Most new football coaches talk about tactics and ambition when they are introduced to the press. For Italy’s new coach Antonio Conte however his
A new shirt, a new club and it would seem a new Luis Suarez. The player has a made a pledge to Barcelona fans he will not be biting opposition
Pharmaceutical firms view Ebola as unprofitable and an issue for “poor people in poor countries”, it’s been claimed.
Sridhar Venkatapuram, a
BHP Billiton – the world’s biggest miner – has announced it will shift a number of its businesses into a separate company in order to focus on its
Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine with combat reported in the city of Luhansk where the government in Kyiv says it has recaptured a city
On World Humanitarian Day, the UN refugee agency has announced a major aid operation to help some half a million people displaced by fighting in
Inflation in Britain was lower than expected in July, making it less likely that interest rates will be put up by the Bank of England this year
Standard Chartered is to pay as much as 300 million dollars (225 million euros) to New York’s banking regulator.
The settlement follows allegations
Moscow has said it’s ready to help the Middle East truce talks.
As the end of the latest Israel-Palestinian ceasefire looms, and as negotiations
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad want to march into the city’s “red zone.”
The heavily protected