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Tributes have been paid to British crime writer P.D. James who has died at the age of 94.
She was 42 when her first book, “Cover her Face” was
Members of the Russian ice hockey community and ordinary Moscow residents gathered inside CSKA’s hockey arena to pay their respects to Viktor
Smoke could be seen spewing up to a kilometre into the air, more than a day after Mount Aso erupted on November 25.
Many flights locally were
Police in Italy say thieves torched a cash transport convoy on the Milan-Naples motorway.
Fifteen gunmen reportedly attacked the vehicles with
In Amsterdam, three British tourists aged between 20 and 22 have died in the space of a month after snorting white heroin.
It is thought they
With roads transformed into rivers after days of heavy rain, the United Nations relief agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) has declared an
Bastia forward Brandão has been jailed for one month for a headbutt on Paris St-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta.
The 34-year-old, who won the
France’s Automne Pavia produced a superb display to down compatriot Helene Receveaux in the under 57 kilo category final at the Jeju Grand Prix in
Russia accounts for 11 percent of the world’s oil, but oil and gas combined make up a hefty 50 percent of Russia’s budget, so price fluctuations have
OPEC, the oil producers’ cartel, has decided to leave its production quotas unchanged.
Members meeting in Vienna decided to ignore the huge
On November 28, the European Commission will present its analysis of the financial laws of the Eurozone countries. Italy, France and Belgium have all
Ukraine’s parliament has met for the first time since October’s elections gave a resounding victory to political parties in favour of closer links to
The Opéra Comique in Paris turns 300 this year and leading lights of opera and theatre have been paying tribute to this much-loved venue. One of
Parts of Greece were brought to a standstill on Thursday as members of two major unions staged a 24-hour strike.
Tens of thousands of people across
Muhammad Ali is considered by many to be the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time. Now, a new documentary, ‘I Am Ali’, examines the personal lives
British rock band James have been promoting their latest work “La Petite Mort” across Europe.
‘Moving On’ a single from their album takes death as
A Greek frigate has escorted a crippled cargo ship crammed with 700 migrants to the port of Ierapetra in Crete.
Most of the migrants are believed
Scotland is set to be given new powers over tax and welfare in the biggest such transfer from Westminster to Edinburgh since a parliament was set up
Pope Francis is heading to Turkey to promote inter-religious tolerance and plead for peace in the region.
In Syria and Iraq, neighbouring Turkey
The Missouri governor has rejected calls for the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson to be re-examined.
On Monday a
People in Sydney expressed shock over the death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes on Thursday afternoon, two days after being hit on the neck by
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in hospital on Thursday, two days after the batsman was struck on the neck by a short-pitched delivery, with
The American shopping phenomenon that is Black Friday is slowly making its way abroad, with the UK and France the latest retail markets to imitate
Campaigners have urged a crackdown on Europe’s worst polluters after a report claimed dirty air is costing society up to 189 billion euros a
Masha, a heartbroken dog, has been looking for her late master every day since he died in a Siberian hospital last year.
When he was living on a
“Most politicians are decent people.”
So says Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, trying to reassure Spain’s parliament and public on Thursday – the day
The song “Africa stop Ebola” is an African song with African lyrics. The recording is aimed at raising awareness of a disease which has swept areas
A motion of no-confidence against the newly-installed European Commission has been rejected.
‘No’ votes came to 461, while 101 MEPs voted for
The European Union is getting tough on Google.
Legislators have overwhelmingly backed a non-binding motion recommending that EU antitrust
Unemployment in Germany has fallen to 6.6%, a record low, with November’s figures showing a faster-than-expected fall in the number of those out of