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Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva has surged forward in the latest opinion polls after the first televised debate in the country’s
An EU version of Italy’s sea rescue mission for migrants is to be launched next month, in response to repeated calls from Rome for help in dealing
Many Ukrainians remain sceptical about whether Tuesday’s Minsk summit between Moscow and Kyiv will lead to the end of the war in the east of the
Germany’s John Degenkolb survived another sweltering day in the saddle to claim his second consecutive stage victory at the Vuelta a España on
In eastern Ukraine, at least one person was killed and several others injured as shelling continued in the rebel-held stronghold of Donestk on
He is Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s right-hand man.
Now Ahmet Davutoglu has been elected leader of Turkey’s ruling AK Party at a huge convention, ahead of
Japanese judokas dominated day three of the judo world championships in Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Tokyo Grand Slam winner Nae Udaka celebrated victory
The economic cost of the Gaza fighting is being counted by both Israel and the Palestinians.
Israel saw tourists frightened away, consumer
After seven weeks of war, thousands of Gaza residents left their temporary shelters in United Nations-run schools on Wednesday as an open-ended
For Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan, becoming president has meant relinquishing both the prime minister’s office and the leadership of the Justice and
Al Qaeda’s Syria wing – the Nusra Front – and other Islamist fighters have seized a border crossing on the line dividing the country from the
Atletico Madrid unveiled their latest signing on Wednesday in 23-year-old Mexican Raul Jimenez.
The striker has a six-year deal with the Spanish
More earthquakes and aftershocks at Iceland’s largest volcano have kept up fears of an eruption.
Two tremors at Bardarbunga early on Wednesday
A nine-year-old girl has accidentally shot dead her firearms instructor in America as her parents filmed the lesson.
Charles Vacca, 39, was showing
The streets of an eastern Spanish town turned red as Buñol celebrated its annual tomato-throwing fiesta.
The Tomatina has become a major tourist
The newly-formed French cabinet has held its first meeting since the last government was dissolved amid open feuding over economic policy.
Around 6,000 Turks gathered at the tomb of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in order to form a human portrait in a world record attempt. The “Father of the
Concerned about softening sales, Apple is reportedly set to launch a bigger iPad tablet with a touch-screen measuring 12.9 inches diagonally.
Everton have bolstered their strike force with the signing of Cameroon international Samuel Eto’o.
The 33-year-old joins the Toffees on a free
The director of the IMF and former French finance minister Christine Lagarde has been formally placed under investigation for negligence by a court
The Guvnors stars Harley Sylvester from UK hip hop duo “Rizzle Kicks”. He plays a troubled gang leader seeking respect on a London estate
As Mötley Crüe continue their farewell tour around the world, some of country’s biggest names have teamed up to record reworked versions of their
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has opened in the US to an almost universal lack of interest despite an all-star cast including Jessica Alba, Jaime
At least 186 cabin staff have quit crisis-hit Malaysia Airlines after two deadly disasters this year, citing safety fears and family pressures, it’s
Renewed popularity of the plastic building bricks Lego is turning it into a good investment opportunity, but also a target for criminals.
UK-based company Malloy Aeronautics has developed a new type of helicopter which they call a quadcopter. They have already manufactured a model, one
Afghanistan’s deadlocked presidential election has run into more trouble after both candidates withdrew their observers from a UN-supervised audit of
The man in charge of police in a town in northern England where at least 1,400 children were sexually exploited over a 16 year period is rejecting
Royal Bank of Scotland and its NatWest division have been fined 14.5 million pounds (18.25 million euros) for giving home loans to people without
Europe’s largest budget carrier Ryanair is going after business travellers with the launch of a “Business Plus” service.
The more costly tickets