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Russian television has broadcast pictures showing humanitarian aid being unloaded in Luhansk in eastern Ukraine.
Kyiv has accused Moscow of
Hamas-led gunmen in Gaza have executed 18 Palestinians accused of helping the Israelis.
Hooded and bound, seven of them were shot dead in front of
The Ukrainian prime minister has responded to the arrival of Russian aid lorries in Ukraine, saying that Moscow must take the blame for anything that
More intense seismic activity has been reported from Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano, amid ongoing fears that it could erupt.
No people live in the
Russian aid trucks began arriving in the war-torn city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine on Friday afternoon.
Earlier on Friday around 100 lorries
Spanish farmers have been dumping produce in the streets angry that sanctions against Russia over Ukraine will cost them dear.
They are critical
Europe’s own global navigation system is a step closer with the launch of two more Galileo satellites on a Soyuz rocket from French Guiana.
The latest sanctions between Russia and the European Union over Ukraine are starting to take effect.
Both sides are seeing an impact and are
As the West weighs ups its next move in tackling Islamic State, on the frontline Kurdish forces are battling to oust the Sunni jihadists from two
America’s Chris Horner will not defend his Vuelta a Espana title after being withdrawn from Lampre-Merida’s team on medical grounds.
Investment and banking firm Rothschild has said it has been hired by Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko to help him to sell his companies starting
More than 191,000 people have been killed since the start of the conflict. The figures have just been released by the United Nations High
Who are they? Where do they come from and what is the reality of their threat in Iraq and beyond the country’s borders? Those are among the questions
Some of Iraq’s persecuted Christians arrived in France on Thursday.
They were flown in after Paris said it would take several hundred as
Hamas said it has executed 18 Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel.
The killings took place a day after Israel killed three top
Tourists pay thousands of euros for a front row seat at one of nature’s most incredible spectacles – the Northern Lights.
But from Saturday, August
They are still fighting and vowing not to give in, but pro-Russian separatists are facing a fierce offensive from Ukrainian forces thrusting deeper
Portugal’s parliament is to debate a government proposal for a tax on the sale of digital devices – including phones, tablets and set-top
Argentina has hit back at US District Judge Thomas Griesa after he said the country’s new debt restructuring plan was illegal.
Griesa said measures
A senior government minister whose remarks about a Delhi gang rape sparked outrage in India has sought to clarify his position.
Arun Jaitley, the
Barcelona residents took to the streets this week in an impromptu protest against drunken and rowdy tourists who cause a disturbance at all hours of
Around 90 lorries from a Russian aid convoy crossed the border with Ukraine on Friday, heading towards Luhansk in eastern Ukraine.
Kyiv said it
Swiss bank Julius Baer is being sued over millions that disappeared from an account linked to the former East German government after the Berlin Wall
Israel continued its bombing of Gaza on Friday after claiming success in overnight air strikes which killed three Hamas leaders, along with a
Peaceful protests were held on the streets of Ferguson in Missouri in the United States on Thursday evening.
Just a handful of arrests have been
Around 70 lorries from what Russian says is an aid convoy crossed the border with Ukraine on Friday, heading towards Luhansk in eastern
A remarkable case gets underway in Germany today – the trial of a police officer accused of murdering and cutting into pieces a man he met on a
The world famous giant rubber duck, by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, has made its way to the Port of Los Angeles
Grief stricken Palestinians cry over the bodies of their relatives, as at least four members of the same family were killed when Israel resumed its
More rains are expected today in Japan, where rescue workers have spent another night near Hiroshima looking for survivors of a Wednesday deluge that