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The controversial mayor of Toronto has withdrawn from next month’s mayoral election after being diagnosed with an abdominal tumour.
A teenager serving a life sentence for killing three high school students has been recaptured less than a hundred metres from the Ohio prison from
A group of Israeli intelligence officers have launched a unprecedented campaign to end spying on Palestinians living under occupation.
In a letter
Australian Adam Hansen marked his tenth consecutive appearance in a Grand Tour by winning stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana.
The day’s 180.5
French President Francois Hollande flew to Iraq on Friday (September 12) to hold talks about fighting the advance of Islamic State militants.
Economic sanctions are one way that the European Union and the United States hope to get the Kremlin to stop backing pro-Russian separatists in
A rare double bout of strong solar storms are set to hit Earth on Friday evening.
The highly charged emissions from the sun may prove a spectacle
As the barbaric acts committed by the self-styled Islamic State intensify, the Grand Mufti of Egypt, Sheik Shawky Allam, is calling on Europe to
Europe’s new sanctions against Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis have come into force along with new punitive measures by the United
The Catalonia region of Spain is looking enviously at Scotland.
Thursday’s celebration in Barcelona of Catalonia National Day drew 1.8 million
Fresh light is being shed on the size of an ancient Macedonian tomb after archaeologists took new steps in excavating the site.
Believed to be
Pakistan’s army says it has arrested Taliban militants responsible for shooting teenage activist Malala Yousafzai.
She was targeted for her
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has approved a new law tightening government control of the Internet just three weeks into his
A Chinese court has sentenced three people to death and one to life in prison for an attack at a train station in which 31 people were killed and
In this edition of Europe Weekly, Jean-Claude Juncker unveils his team of commissioners for the next five years; Scotland gets set to vote on
Phone service consolidation in Romania as Romtelecom and Cosmote unveiled a new brand identity with the links to Deutsche Telekom emphasised in the
What is the role of education when it comes to preserving minority languages?
Oscar Pistorius has been released on bail after being found guilty of culpable homicide for the death of model Reeva Steenkamp.
He is due to be
ArtRio is the fair that has put Rio de Janeiro on the art world’s map.
This fourth edition offers exhibits from some 100 top galleries from Brazil
‘Pride’ is based on the true story of an unlikely alliance between miners and gay rights activists in 1980s Britain.
The film is set in the summer
At the age of 73, Brazilian pianist Sérgio Mendes is claiming to still have the "magic": or at least that’s the name of his new album out
Betsey Johnson’s fashion shows are always more like a wild party, and her New York Fashion Week event was no exception.
Backstage, the 72-year-old
The former Northern Ireland leader Ian Paisley has died at the age of 88.
For years, Paisley well earned a reputation as a hardline Protestant
Apple has finally unveiled its smartwatch, two new iPhones and a mobile payment service.
There has been a dearth of products from world’s the
Faced with the twin problems of rising inflation and weakening economic growth, Russia’s central bank has kept the cost of borrowing unchanged.
Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels have exchanged dozens of prisoners of war (PoW).
The swap took place on a highway close to the
Sixty dogs were killed when a blaze ravaged a kennels in northern England.
The fire broke out in a wing of Manchester Dogs’ Home around 7pm on
Berlin has taken steps to clamp down on the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant by banning all participation and support for the group on German
French President Francois Hollande is in Baghdad to lend support to the Iraqi government in its battle against Islamic State militants.
Buenaventura is a bustling deep water port on Colombia’s Pacific coast. Home to some 400,000 people it is rich in natural and commercial resources