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The former ruler of Haiti Jean-Claude Duvalier, otherwise known as “Baby Doc”, has died of a heart attack – leaving many questions unanswered over
Brazilians are getting ready to go to the polls on Sunday to elect their next president.
Incumbent Dilma Rousseff is the clear favourite for a
Turkish government forces have clashed with Kurd protesters on the Turkish-Syrian border, where there is growing anger about the advance of
Hong Kong’s top leader has told pro-democracy protesters they must clear the city by Monday. CY Leung’s warning follows fears that the worst unrest
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel is set to move from Red Bull to Ferrari next season after advising his current team he would be
Video footage, filmed on Friday, showed a crew from the news agency APTN, embedded with pro-Russian fighters as they attempted to capture Ukraine’s
The incumbent prime minister of Latvia and her centre-right coalition look likely to retain power after Saturday’s general election.
In a medical first, a woman in Sweden has given birth after receiving a womb transplant.
The 36-year-old, who remains anonymous, had a baby boy
British Prime Minister David Cameron has described the murder of UK aid worker Alan Henning is “completely unforgivable”.
The 47-year-old taxi
Muslim pilgrims from around the world headed to Mount Arafat on Friday as part of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Saudi authorities said there are 1.4
Video released by the US. Navy on Thursday (October 2) showed F/A-18 Hornets taking off and landing from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier
A highest level delegation from North Korea has arrived in South Korea raising hopes that the arch rivals could see an improvement in ties.
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff hopes to capitalise on a slight poll lead as she hits the final straight of campaigning for Sunday’s
The seventh stop of the Extreme Sailing Series took place in Nice on the French Rivera.
11 world class teams gathered on the med to battle it out
At least 32 people have died in the Indian state of Bihar following a stampede at a religious festival.
Most of the victims were women and
Sweden has presented its new centre-left government and created a surprise by announcing a measure that was not in its election manifesto. The
A shipwreck found in Finnish waters in 2010 revealed a treasure of 100 bottles of 1840s champagne and five bottles of more humble beer.
Latvians go to the polls today with the outgoing centre-right coalition expected to win the most seats, with an electorate that is somewhat spooked
The US and the EU wrapped up a week of secret trade talks over the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership on Friday.
Police in Hong Kong say they have arrested 19 people in connection with disturbances surrounding pro-democracy protests.
Some of those held are
Ten people thought to have been at high risk of exposure to an Ebola patient in the US are being closely monitored under isolation.
The British aid volunteer Alan Henning, held hostage by ISIL in Syria, is said to have been beheaded.
A video has been released by the extremist
There has been intense fighting near the Syrian town of Kobani, as Kurdish fighters desperately try to stop it from falling to ISIL jihadists who
In a first for Italy the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome has sacked its entire orchestra and chorus and will replace them with outsourced musicians.
Special ceremonies have taken place on the Italian island of Lampedusa to mark the first anniversary of a shipwreck that claimed the lives of 366