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Local Iraqi medical sources say the latest airstrikes in Mosul against ISIL have killed a top commander, Radwan Taleb al-Hamdouni. He governed the
Welcome to ‘les Saintes’ in Guadeloupe, which was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493. Here stands the Fort Napoleon museum where you will
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has called on Russia to respect the Minsk agreement and to pull back its troops. He wants Moscow to use all
Twelve luxury cars belonging to the same owner have been destroyed in a Moscow car park fire.
Among the burnt-out vehicles were Bentley
Popular Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja has been jailed for two years after being convicted of laundering for her former boyfriend and ex-mayor of
Two people have died and six others have been injured when a balcony collapsed in London on Friday.
Workmen were trying to hoist a sofa using a
Turkey threw its weight behind Iraq’s Kurds on Friday, pledging it would do all it could alongside its ally to end the ISIL menace.
Friday was a day rich in symbolism for Ukraine and not just in Maidan but also in the country’s political arena. After talks through Thursday night
A deadlock at deadline: one year after the 5+1 group and Iran said they would have a deal, there is no deal.
Tehran and the representatives of the
Britain’s anti-EU party UKIP has won its second UK parliamentary seat in a bitter blow to Prime Minister David Cameron.
A vote was triggered in
This week we have decided to focus on food glorious food. It seems likely that we will have to pay more for some of our favourite treats and staples
A drone has shed light on the scale of destruction of a key battleground in eastern Ukraine.
The surveillance device shows much of Donetsk Airport
Another 10,000 chickens are to be slaughtered in the Netherlands, where a third case of avian flu has been found on a farm.
It brings to more than
King Digital Entertainment, the creator of the mega successful Candy Crush Saga game, has launched Candy Crush Soda Saga.
To celebrate the launch
Dutch sensation Noel Van T. End kept his composure to outclass Israel’s Alon Sasson in the final of the under 90 kilo category at the Judo Grand Prix
US Vice President Joe Biden held bilateral talks in Kyiv with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko to the backdrop of two national anniversaries.
In this edition of Europe Weekly: EU foreign ministers agree to sanction pro-Russian separatists linked to two disputed elections in eastern Ukraine
Volkswagen has announced it is to invest €85 bn in its operations over the next five years.
The company will focus on foreign expansion, new models
Heavy rain in Europe has brought death and destruction. The toll in Switzerland, France and Italy has risen to one dozen since mid October. Genoa was
Anti-corruption officials have detained a chief Romanian prosecutor for questioning.
Alina Bica heads a government department investigating
According to a recent paper by UNESCO, half of the 57 million children currently out of school live in conflict zones. Despite urgent calls by the
Italy’s centre-left Prime Minister is feeling the pressure as he goes head to head with trade unions over job reforms.
Fresh protests took place in
Greece has gone ahead with plans for a near-balanced budget for 2015, ignoring protests from the Troika of international lenders.
This is the remarkable footage of London’s best-known sights – captured from an eagle’s perspective.
The bird of prey provides a tour with a
ECB President Mario Draghi has indicated he wants more drastic action to breath life into the eurozone economy.
Draghi believes excessively low
The German city of Cologne has opened its doors to the Fine Art fair. Collectors visiting the fair can choose from an extensive collection of
‘In The Crosswind’
‘In The Crosswind’ is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Estonian cinema in 2014, and it is causing a stir at film festivals
Katsushika Hokusai’s ‘The Great Wave off Kanagawa’ is one of 500 of the painter’s works currently on display at the Grand Palais, Paris.
US Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko discussed a range of subjects in bilateral talks in Kyiv. They took place to the
China has surprised many by cutting interest rates as it works to preserve growth in the world’s second-largest economy.
The country looks set to