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Refugees from Syria camped out in front of the Greek parliament have begun a hunger strike.
More than 150 people are taking part in the sit-in
Floods triggered by torrential rain have killed at least 32 people in southern Morocco.
Most victims were swept away by swollen rivers which also
The 13th edition of the Amazon Raid came to a close over the weekend following five days of competition in Cambodia.
After foot races, kayaking
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker faces another tough week in his new job.
Following on from the Lux Leaks tax scandal, a group of
José Socrates has become the first former prime minister of Portugal to appear before a judge. A photo of him in a police car on his way to face
A former official of the ousted Tunisian leader Ben Ali looks set to go into a close run-off ballot in the country’s historic presidential
Pope Francis will address the European Parliament on Tuesday, becoming the second-ever pontiff to do so.
He is likely to touch upon a number of key
Iran and six world powers have failed for the second time this year to clinch a deal on Tehran’s nuclear programme.
They have given themselves
Did he jump or was he pushed?
Officially, Chuck Hagel has resigned as US Defence Secretary after less than two years in the job – in a move
Founder of the Nidaa Tounes party Béji Caid Essebsi and interim President Mohamed Moncef Marzouki are heading for Tunisia’s presidential run-off vote
The Turkish President has triggered fresh controversy, declaring in a speech that women are not equal to men.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan also criticised
The final preparations are underway at the European Parliament in Strasbourg ahead of the visit of Pope Francis.
Workers have built special
Traditionally Rotterdam is the industrial heart of the Netherlands, but these days the city has branched out into culture, design and tourism. It
Belgian mining company Groupe Forrest International has denied accusations of being involved in the bulldozing of hundreds of homes in the village of
The mascots for the Rio 2016 Olympics were unveiled on Monday.
According to organizers the yellow mascot represents the animals of Brazil, while
Russian ice hockey legend Viktor Tikhonov has died in Moscow aged 84 following a long-term illness.
After a glittering playing career, notably with
Ukrainian feminist organisation FEMEN staged a protest on Monday against the forthcoming visit of Pope Francis to Strasbourg, France.
US defence secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned after just two years in the Pentagon’s top job.
Hagel had questioned Obama’s strategy towards Syria
The European Parliament is preparing to vote on a non-binding resoluton that will propose breaking up Google’s search engines from the rest of its
US President Barack Obama has accepted the resignation of his Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel according to Pentagon sources.
According to The New
A former British soldier claims to have joined Kurdish Peshmerga forces in fighting against Islamic State militants.
IMAGES: Americans, Jordan
In a lab at the University of Washington in the US researchers are testing a new sensor called Sideswipe, which will allow smartphones to recognise
One of Europe’s biggest ports has been paralysed in a one day strike against austerity measures in Belgium, that has brought disruption to industry
At least fifty people are now known to have been killed instantly when a suicide bomber detonated an explosive device during a popular volleyball
Insurers Aviva and Friends Life have agreed terms for a possible all-share merger, with Aviva offering Friends shareholders a 15% premium for a 26%
Britain’s BT group is looking to return to the UK mobile market, and sources say it is in talks with both Telefonica and EE to buy their
After six straight months of decline Germany’s business sentiment rebounded in November, after a Q3 performance that saw recession missed by a
French carmaker Peugeot is to cut jobs in its home market via early retirements, buyouts and internal transfers. Unions have been told 3450 jobs must
Talks on Iran’s nuclear programme have adjourned without Tehran clinching a final deal with the six world powers.
Discussions are expected to
One in three known victims of human trafficking is a child, a rise of 5% compared with the period from 2007 to 2010, according to a United Nations