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Germany has added its support to a new EU initiative to help Italy cope with an influx of migrants risking their lives by crossing the Mediterranean
US President Barack Obama is on his way to Estonia, after which he will attend the NATO summit in Wales at the end of the week.
A massive security
Spain’s Alberto Contador took the overall race lead at the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday following a fourth-place finish on stage ten’s time
Extreme militant group Islamic State, or ISIL, have released a video which they say shows the beheading of US hostage Steven Sotloff, who was taken
War is bad for Ukraine, and the IMF agrees. It said on Tuesday the country might need as much as 14.5 billion euros more in financial aid if fighting
The Ryder Cup showdown between old foes Europe and the USA is fast approaching and on Tuesday Europe’s captain Paul McGinley named his full
Austrian slalom great Marlies Schild has announced her retirement with immediate effect, bringing down the curtain on a glittering and
The militant group calling itself the Islamic State has released a video purporting to show the beheading of American journalist Stephen
Faced with the scale of the Ebola threat, experts are insisting that the collective resources to counter the epidemic are unacceptable.
Slovakia opened a pipeline on Tuesday which can deliver natural gas from the European Union to Ukraine.
The EU’s so-called reverse (ie eastbound)
As the United Nations warns that an Ebola outbreak spreading out of control in West Africa could lead to food shortages, hospital authorities in Hong
The Hong Kong police have briefly detained — then released — a score of pro-democracy protesters. They were denouncing the decision of the Chinese
After three days of violence in Pakistan the parliament is holding an emergency meeting to discuss the political crisis as anti-government protesters
The parents of Ashya King are set to be released on bail from prison in Madrid and reunited with their son, who is in a Malaga hospital having been
Myanmar’s beauty queen who was stripped of her title has refused to hand back her bejewelled tiara, worth around 76,000 euros.
May Myat Noe said
Iceland has kept the risk level for an eruption of its Bardarbunga volcano at orange, the second-highest level of significance.
A British government commission has rejected the idea of building a new London airport for being too complicated and expensive.
It will decide by
Russian troops are strengthening their positions in eastern Ukraine according to Kyiv’s military, whose control of the terminal at Donetsk airport is
Following a case of air rage when a “knee defender” was deployed in an aircraft in America which went viral in August, sales of the small device have
People in the Iraqi town of Amerli have celebrated their liberation after more than two months of being besieged by Islamic State militants.
Manchester United were one of the busiest Premier League clubs in action on deadline day of the summer transfer window on Monday night.
Euthanasia is controversial and opinion dividing in several countries, but the makers of Israeli movie, “The Farewell Party” are hoping the jury at
Kiosk are an Iranian rock group you may soon be hearing a lot from.
Suppressed for years by Islamic State, they left Iran in 2006 for Northern
In Iceland, the second Holuhraun effusive lava eruption began early Monday morning, producing considerably more lava than the first eruption in
On Monday, a patient suffering from the deadly Ebola virus left quarantine in Monrovia to search for food at a local market before being caught by
It’s back to school at Boarding School Number 23 in Kyiv.
And despite their young ages, some of the male pupils at this Ukrainian cadet academy
A regional court in Germany has become the first to break ranks and order website Uber off the road.
Frankfurt Regional court has ruled drivers in
Italian daily paper La Repubblica has reported that in a phone call to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, Vladimir Putin claimed he
Summer Bonus season has started well in Japan, where employers rewarded workforces with increases of 7.1% compared to last July. With August bonus
Fast food workers in America hold the latest of their mass, social-media organised protests on Thursday in their continued bid for a $15, or 11.43