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The Americans now say they believe one of the key leaders of the al-Shabaab terrorist group, Ahmed Abdi Godane, was killed earlier this week in one
Spain’s Daniel Navarro of the Cofidis team celebrated the biggest win of his career on Friday when he triumphed in stage 13 of the Vuelta a
This is a real life account of the brutality of members of the Islamic State as recounted by a 14-year-old Yazidi girl.
Somaa was kidnapped in
It was billed as one of the most important NATO summits in recent years and on the second and final day the delegates in Wales presented a united
The other big threat NATO debated at this summit was Islamic State, the Sunni militant force that has taken over huge chunks of Syria and Iraq
Following the signing of a ceasefire between pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian government, Russia’s ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov gave his
Outgoing NATO General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen introduced the new alliance chief, former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, as the
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has welcomed the ceasefire agreement reached in Minsk that should end the fighting in east Ukraine.
He said it
Suffering from low-cost carrier competition, Air France-KLM is to speed up its move into that sector.
Europe’s second-largest traditional airline
The tit-for-tat sanctions between Russia and the EU and US is beginning to hurt farmers and the fishing industry.
Russia’s ban on most agricultural
What is the best way to design a school curriculum, and what subjects should be included? Can a national, one-size-fits-all programme really suit
This time Business Planet is in Manchester to take a look at how a European regulation called REACH, which aims to make the use and production of
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival has kicked off with the world premiere of Robert Downey Jr’s latest movie ‘The Judge’.
Downey plays a
New York Fashion Week got off to an agitated start as animal rights activists targeted models from the Victor de Souza collection in Manhattan
When European Central Bank policymakers held their September meeting hardly anybody expected interest rates cuts.
The markets had spent weeks
In this edition of Europe Weekly, we discuss how sanctions resulting from the Russia-Ukraine crisis affect both sides and look forward new
Five Bosnian miners are feared dead after an earthquake triggered a rock burst.
Emergency teams helped around 30 others to reach the surface after
There was a surprise, sharp slowdown in job growth in the US in August.
The number of people in work increased by 142,000 – the smallest rise in
Europe’s OSCE security watchdog has announced that Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have signed a ceasefire agreement.
Ukraine’s President Petro
There is confirmation that the eurozone’s recovery stalled in the second quarter of the year
The latest EU stats are in line with an earlier
The reconstruction of Gaza will cost the equivalent of six billion euros according to Palestinian estimates.
As many as 17,000 homes have been
From Jerusalem, the number 19 bus takes you along the Israeli-built wall and through a kind of no-man’s land to get to Ramallah. Often Palestinians
People in the rebel-held eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the ceasefire talks being held in the Belarus
‘The world is losing the battle to contain the worst-ever Ebola epidemic,’ said the charity Doctors Without Borders this week, speaking out against
Every year, the old Jewish quarter in the Hungarian Budapest comes to life with the Jewish Summer Festival, that celebrates Jewish culture
“I begin to understand how flying into space will change humankind’s way of looking at Earth forever.”
Those were the profound words of German
On the second day of the NATO summit in Newport, Wales, delegates will no doubt be hoping that talks on a possible ceasefire in Ukraine will yield
Pro-Russian separatists are meeting with Ukraine and Europe’s OSCE security watchdog in Minsk. They’re expected to discuss a stage-by-stage peace
Having borrowed President Obama’s famous ‘Yes We Can’ slogan Podemos proved to be a success story of the EU elections in Spain last May.
Three Lebanese teenagers have created an internet anti-terror sensation with their #BurnISISFlagChallenge
The trio took to a square in Beirut and