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Walking towards the podium, German leader Angela Merkel is taking strides to fend off a challenge from the political left in local elections in the
A ceasefire in officially still in place in eastern Ukraine, but as smoke and blasts fill the air, the echoes of conflict loom large.
Poised for his third Tour of Spain victory, Alberto Contador beat off fierce competition in the penultimate stage of the Vuelta a Espana.
At a meeting in Cairo, US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on Egypt to take a key role in the fight against extremist group Islamic State in
The Kremlin has fired a broadside the way of the US and its transatlantic ties with Europe- after the latest bout of Western sanction hit
The board of the newly created Portuguese Bank Novo Banco has resigned.
The lender was saved by a government bailout in its previous guise of Banco
Pope Francis has slammed the violence of the age saying “war is madness.”
The Pontiff was speaking at a Austro-Hungarian cemetery in northern
North Korea has hit back at the United Nations in 50,000 word document to correct “serious misunderstandings,” claiming North Koreans “enjoy genuine
Argentine brawler Marcos Maidana will be looking to make an impression after being given a second chance to fight undefeated welterweight champion
The art of light brightens the buildings of Cascais close to Lisbon as the town celebrates the Lumina Festival.
Light sculptures and installations
Two employees from France’s central bank have been arrested on suspicion of stealing nearly 2 million euros of used notes, that were set to be
As the last weekend of campaigning ahead of the Scottish independence vote is underway, on the streets of Glasgow you are either ‘Yes’ or
Seven sperm whales beached themselves near the Abruzzo coastal town of Vasto in Italy. Four of them died.
“This is one of the worst environmental
Members of the so called Orange Order have marched through Edinburgh in a pro-Union rally looking to attract thousands. Their ranks were swelled by
The Pakistan city of Multan and swathes of Punjab province are under threat from flooding from the Chenab river.
The government has placed the area
A convoy of Russian aid trucks bound for the separatist held city of Luhansk in east Ukraine have crossed the border into the country.
It is the
The Peruvian government is on a mission to crackdown on the cocaine trade in the country.
On the lawless slopes of the eastern Andes near the
As the debate rages over Scottish independence the issue has been largely ignored across the Atlantic.
However the US wants Britain, a key ally, to
The Judo Grand Prix in Zagreb kicked off on Friday with five categories taking to the tatami on day one two weeks after the World Championships
There is less than a week until Scotland’s holds a referendum on independence from the United Kingdom. The most recent polls suggests it is all still
Europe’s new sanctions against Russia over its alleged role in the Ukraine crisis have come into force. That is despite a week-old ceasefire deal
As United States military forces continued their attack against militant group Islamic State, or ISIL, officials said more than 150 airstrikes have
Swedes are preparing to head to the polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament.
The latest surveys show voters are likely to shift back to the left
One of two Italian marines facing murder charges in India has been allowed return to Italy for medical treatment.
India’s top court said