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Pro-Russian separatists have met for preliminary peace talks with Ukraine.
No major decision was expected from Monday’s session. The so-called
In Tehran going to an internet cafe could be about to get easier, because Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, has urged Iran’s clerics to accept new
World and European player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo and 2009 formula one world champion Jenson Button took time out of their busy sporting
The British couple who sparked an international manhunt by taking their seriously ill son out of hospital have been remanded in custody by a court in
Lower temperatures and cloudy skies have helped to slow the spread of
two wildfires threatening up to 250 homes in northern California.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her government’s controversial decision to send German weapons to Kurds fighting Islamic State (ISIL)
No breakthrough was expected and none came but preliminary peace talks on Ukraine will continue in Belarus on Friday.
Separatist rebel leaders
British Prime Minister David Cameron has made a statement in the House of Commons, calling for new measures to combat Islamic extremism. He said that
On September 1, 2004, hundreds of children returned to school in Beslan like thousands of others across Russia. Traditionally, the start of the new
Russia has taken a step towards becoming less dependent on European buyers for its oil and gas with the coming-on-stream of Moscow’s latest pipeline
Turkey’s new president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made his first official overseas trip since being elected.
In keeping with tradition, his visit
In a fresh setback for the Ukrainian army, troops have been forced to retreat from the airport in the eastern city of Luhansk, under attack, Kyiv
David Cameron says he will give police powers to seize the passports of British jihadists to stop them returning to the UK.
The British Prime
According to Ukraine these pictures are further proof of Russian’s increasing military role in supporting the eastern rebellion.
Taken last month
Europe’s biggest economy may be running out of steam with the news that German GDP contracted in Q2 for the first time in a year, and to general
Welcome to The Corner, our weekly round-up from the world of football.
We start in Spain where Real Madrid suffered a slip up. The giants of
A stellar trio made up of actresses Chiara Mastroianni, her mother Catherine Deneuve and Charlotte Gainsbourg hit the carpet in Venice for the
DJ Cassidy wants everybody out on the dance floor with his debut album 'Paradise Royale'.
The influential DJ brought together a cast of A-list
After successfully releasing her debut single ‘Home’ over the summer, Leah McFall is preparing to launch her first album this autumn.
The fifth entry in the ‘Step Up’ movie franchise reunites the series’ favourite dancers – minus Hollywood heart-throb Channing Tatum – for more dance
Shi’te militia and Kurdish fighters, supported by the Iraqi air force, have taken control of the town of Sulaiman Pek. The town, which is south of
NATO is ready to rise to every challenge, its Secretary General said ahead of the alliance’s summit in Wales on Thursday and Friday (September
Manchester United have pulled off a stunning transfer deal on deadline day after it was confirmed the struggling English Premier League side are to
Frantic last-minute purchases in the Premier League are threatening to make this the first £1bn transfer window.
The top 20 clubs have spent close
Schools across most of Ukraine reopened their doors on Monday (September 1), after the summer holidays.
The day is traditionally a big one for
Apple has long since won the hearts of many consumers and investors with its sleek products; now it is after our money with the news that the next
Fiat-Chrysler’s boss Sergio Marchionne says the company will list in New York on October 13.
It comes after their new merger cleared one final
The axe was expected to fall on Barclays European operations, and now it has, with the British bank’s Spanish interests being sold off for 800
A 12-year-old boy suffering from a rare form of bone cancer has become the first recipient of a 3D printed artificial vertebra replacement.
He’s normally a 41-year-old welder, but the real name of “Chibatman” is not known. It’s closely guarded to protect his identity in Chiba City, Japan