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Demonstrators in Hungary’s capital Budapest were celebrating on Friday evening after the government backed down over a planned internet tax.
Iraqi Kurdish forces have finally crossed into Syria from Turkey to help Syrian Kurds defend Kobani, the border town beseiged by ISIL.
The lightweight categories graced the tatamis on day one of the Judo Grand Slam, Abu Dhabi.
Urantsetseg Munkhbat underlined her status as World
One of the worlds best female Marathon runners Rita Jeptoo has failed an out-of-competition drugs test.
The 33-year-old Kenyan’s failed test
Burkina Faso is the latest African nation to catch fire, even if here this is a rare event in a relatively peaceful corner of West Africa. A day of
Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic has crashed during a test flight in California.
Two pilots were onboard the suborbital spacecraft named
Protesters calling for the resignation of Burkina Faso’s president got their way on Friday as Blaise Compaore stepped down after 27 years in
The headlines from the US mid-term elections will likely be all about Obama, the Republicans and who has control of Congress.
But, somewhat away
The European Commission is concerned over Spain’s handling of migrants illegally entering its North African enclaves.
It wants clarification from
Two Malaysian boys, aged 11 and 13, whose father was a passenger on missing Flight MH370 are taking legal action against Malaysia Airlines and the
Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has taken part in roundtable talks bringing together Myanmar’s political leaders with the military, opposition
When you have laid the final piece of track in the world’s longest railway tunnel, you have every reason to party.
And that is exactly what
It seems Halloween is not just for kids any more, indeed it is now very much focused on adults with costume sales and rentals providing a huge money
The European Central Bank, about to become the eurozone’s banking regulator, revealed its stress-tests results for the region’s lenders which got a
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly, the EU announces new steps against Ebola; European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso bows out of
An attempt by Russia’s central bank to put a floor under the slumping rouble has failed.
The bank raised its main interest rate much more than
Want to see the world in one place? Then London has to be your destination for the World Travel Market, the gathering of travel and tourism industry
A manufacturer of crash-test dummies has upgraded its models to XXL size after it was found that obese drivers are almost 80 percent more likely to
There have been clashes across the West Bank following Israel’s decision to restrict access to the sacred Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
In a shock move, Japan’s central bank has announced it is expanding its massive stimulus spending, buying more bonds and printing the money to do
Burkina Faso’s president Blaise Compaore has bowed to two days of violent protests over his leadership by nnouncing his resignation.
He called for
Burkina Faso was plunged into crisis in late October 2014 when tensions over the future of President Blaise Compaore boiled over, with protesters
The threat of deflation is still there, but overall inflation in the 18 countries using the euro edged up slightly in October.
In its first
Dozens of Iraqi Peshmerga fighters now stand poised to reinforce the ranks of fellow Kurds fighting ISIL militants in the strategic Syrian town of
“Let them tear it down if they can. They ordered its suspension, yet they can’t stop this building. I’ll be opening it; I’ll be moving in and using
It is that time of year – when teenage cinema-goers are out in search of the ultimate Halloween scare.
With its cliche-filled screenplay and its
Bearded Eurovision queen Conchita Wurst, who rose to global fame when she won the 2014 song contest, is bringing her distinctive brand of sexy to
Fusing the best of art and science, London’s Kinetica Art Fair was a chance for visitors to discover a wide range of works by artists practicing this
A new museum devoted to the history of Polish Jews has opened in the capital Warsaw.
The Core Exhibition goes back to the Jewish people’s arrival
Israel has partially reopened access to the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem’s Old City, a day after the shooting of a prominent Jewish far-right