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After marching through the centre of Mexico City in the morning, clashes erupted at the capital’s airport between demonstrators observing a general
US Vice President Joe Biden has arrived in Kyiv. He will hold a bilateral meeting on Friday with Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk followed
France’s Anne Caseneuve produced yet another superb display to hold on to her Rhum Class lead in Guadeloupe on Thursday, her best finish after five
Mike Nichols who won an Oscar for directing the 1967 film The Graduate starring Dustin Hoffman has died aged 83.
It’s understood he suffered a
Dutch authorities have confirmed a case of bird flu, the second in the country this week. In the latest case officials say all 43,000 chickens at a
The deposed president of Burkina Faso Blaise Compaoré has reportedly left Côte d’Ivoire. A source close to the Ivorian presidential office is quoted
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel will replace Fernando Alonso at Ferrari next season after signing a three-year deal with the Italian
Germany’s Iljana Marzok produced a stunning performance to down Morocco’s Assmaa Niang in the final of the under 70 kilo category at the Judo Grand
A simulated attack has taken place in the Belgian city of Antwerp to test how European authorities would react in the event of a real terror strike
With Monday’s deadline for Iran’s nuclear talks with the West looming the idea of an extension to March is being floated as sharp differences
The 13th edition of the Raid Amazones all-women adventure race is now well underway with 84 teams taking part in this year’s event.
Germany’s far-left Die Linke party, heir to the communist-era Socialist Unity Party, is set to take charge of a regional government for the first
As the first anniversary of Ukraine’s Maidan pro-democracy uprising approaches, and ten years since the Orange Revolution, impatience over
The world’s biggest car manufacturers are all in Los Angeles for the opening of the influential Los Angeles Auto show.
More than 30 models will be
The British anti-European party UKIP led by Nigel Farage is topping opinion polls in Thursday’s Rochester and Strood by-election. The ballot was
In November 2004, Ukrainians took to the streets to protest against electoral fraud. Nine years later, they rallied once again, this time to ask for
US President Barack Obama says it’s time to fix our “broken immigration system”. He is poised to address the nation to offer what he calls “new
The mayor of Israeli city Ashkelon, Itamar Shimoni, has imposed a partial ban on employing Arab-Israeli workers in his city. That has prompted
A gunman has shot and wounded three people before being shot dead by police at Florida State University in Talahassee.
The man had walked into the
Nearly a quarter of new passports handed out in the EU were granted in the United Kingdom, according to new figures.
London handed out citizenships
Foreign-owned retail chains are under scrutiny in Hungary in a bill presented to parliament by the Minister of the Economy Mihály Varga.
A massive pile-up in east China’s Anhui Province has killed at least two people and injured over 20, according to police.
More than 70 vehicles
The founder of Wikileaks Julian Assange has failed in his bid to have a detention order revoked.
A Swedish appeals court has upheld an arrest
Amnesty International has launched a tool that spots signs of governments and intelligence agencies snooping on your computer.
The new software
A video released by ISIL fighters purportedly showing them burning their French passports has provoked much discussion in the French media.
Amnesty International says Turkey is struggling to meet even the most basic needs of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees.
A report by the
US inflation figures remained flat for October at 1.7 percent, yet economists believe that underlying pressures are beginning to push
Growth in the Euro zone has been weaker than any forecaster predicted for November and orders are down for the first time in over a year.
Yahoo is the new default search engine on the Firefox web browser in the US ousting Google.
The five-year deal ends Google’s decade-old partnership
Young creative spirit is on show at 'Eksperimenta!' in Estonia.
Participants in the contemporary art triennial come from all over the world to