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Manchester City will be boosted by their weekend win over derby rivals Manchester United when they host CSKA Moscow in their fourth Champions League
The 10th edition of the Route du Rhum is well underway now with most of the 91-strong fleet having spent three full days at sea.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko called on the country’s National Security and Defence Council on Tuesday to scrap a law giving “special status”
It is 25 years since the Berlin Wall came down and Germany’s reunification process started, along with the recovery from the collapse of
Vowing to pursue their fight for Kobani, Islamic extremists have released footage purported to show what is left of the Syrian border town.
Polish farmers demonstrated outside parliament in Warsaw on Tuesday against their government’s response to a Russian import ban on Polish
Mexican police say they have arrested the fugitive mayor of Iguala and his wife, wanted in connection with the disappearance of 43 student
Shouting, ‘government murderers, we want them back alive!’ protesters in Mexico City demanded action in relation to the disappearance on 26th
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Moscow to mark Unity Day. This year the parade had a distinct flavour of defiance against the West.
Ashura marks one of the holiest days in the Shi’ite calendar.
Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims gather each year in the Iraqi city of Kerbala to
The European Commission has added its voice to the growing drumbeat of bad news about the European economic recovery with growth downgrades
In Iraq’s holy city of Kerbala, Shi’ite Muslims gathered for the annual Ashura religious commemoration have, for the moment, been spared the violent
International investors owed money by the crisis-hit Bulgarian lender Corporate Commercial Bank have warned the Bulgarian authorities against letting
In Spain, October saw a fall in the number of people registered as unemployed with the data adjusted for seasonal factors like weather.
The pace of
Fifteen districts in south eastern France are on high alert after gale force winds and heavy rain pounded the region overnight.
The Ardèche was
Talks between Germany’s rail operator Deutsche Bahn and the GDL train drivers’ union have collapsed with the prospect of future strikes
Spain’s constitutional court has suspended a symbolic referendum planned by the Catalan regional government for Sunday.
A full independence
Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko has warned he could scrap a law giving “special status“ to eastern Donbass after the region held its own
The Muslim festival of Ashura has also been marked in Iran, but people have also marked the anniversary of the 1979 takeover of the US Embassy in
This footage shows the thousands who waited until daylight to cross over the Berlin Wall, the smiles and laughter evident as families and friends are
This is footage of the Berlin Wall being constructed in 1961.
Originally made of barbed wire, later replaced by concrete, it stretched for 45km
After the fall of the Berlin Wall, thousands crossed over to be reunited with their families and friends.
During the night, many of them gathered
Here young and old get involved in chipping away at the Berlin Wall, ahead of heavy machinery arriving to demolish it faster.
These are the joyous scenes on the night the Berlin Wall began to tumble, on November 9, 1989.
This footage shows crowds beginning to cross the Berlin Wall outside the city’s Brandenburg Gate.
Then, as sections begin to fall, we see the
The first holes in the Iron Curtain appeared on the Austrian-Hungarian border on August 19, 1989.
The occasion was a peace demonstration called the
November 11, 1989: Russian musician Mstislav Rostropóvich, one of the best cellists of the 20th century, performed as people brought down parts of
‘Agilkia’ has been announced as the new name for the spot on comet 7P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko’ where the Rosetta spacecraft’s Philae lander will aim to