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US Secretary of State John Kerry met with NATO allies and EU officials in Brussels on Tuesday. The United States wants to impose further sanctions on
The French parliament’s vote in favour of a Palestinian state is not binding on the French government, but like other votes in Europe it will be
An American, a Georgian and a Lithuanian have been given government posts - and Ukrainian citizenship - as part of President Poroshenko's new team.
The English football association has given Mario Balotelli until Friday to explain himself following a post he made on social media which appeared to
The French parliament has voted in favour of recognising the state of Palestine by a large majority. MPs voted 339 in favour and 151 against. Israel
Former World number one Rafa Nadal has returned to training in a bid to be fit in time for the Australian Open that begins in January. The Spaniard
After Russia called off the South Stream project, EU officials have urged the the bloc to end its dependence on gas from Moscow.
Sweden’s minority centre-left government is in trouble after the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats said it would join the centre-right opposition in
The number of people out of work in Spain fell for the month of November. There was a drop of 6.2 percent on the year, the sharpest annual dip in any
Israel looks to be heading for early elections after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sacked two senior ministers from his coalition government. He
Energy for Europe delivered securely. That was the idea behind the South Stream pipeline funded by Russia’s state gas giant Gazprom. The decision to
The brand new terminal at Donetsk airport was built when Ukraine co-hosted the Euro 2012 championships. Now, after months of fighting between
Double Olympic Champion Sun Yang is set to miss the FINA World Championships in Doha as the Chinese delegation announced their full team line-up
The beautiful game showed off its ugly side on Monday when fans clashed with police following a Mexican Championship match. Clashes broke out between
The first video footage of the stricken vessel of Danish Team Vestas Wind was released on Tuesday by the Mauritius coastguard. The crew of nine
Funds dry up as UN aid cuts place Syrian refugees in danger of starvation
European nations agreed Tuesday to build a new-generation rocket to maintain their lead in the market for satellite launches, the French and German
Brazil’s footballing legend Pele has left an intensive care unit in Sao Paulo and is on the mend following a urinary infection. The 74-year-old
The Swedish government officially recognised Palestinian statehood in October, the parliaments of the UK and Spain almost unanimously support it, a huge majority of countries in the UN have officially
The authorities in Kosovo have destroyed more than 2,000 rifles and small firearms as part of an effort to improve security in the Balkan country
Hundreds of migrants have tried to storm the border between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla. A first group of around 150 tried to cross
Italian police have searched the house of Rome’s ex-mayor and arrested 37 people in a major anti-Mafia operation. Gianni Alemanno was a minister for
Middle-Earth fans were out in force for the world premiere of the final installment of the Hobbit trilogy in London. Peter Jackson has been working
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, has dismissed his interior minister after al-Shabab militants slaughtered 36 non-Muslim quarry workers.
Lebanese authorities are said to be questioning a wife of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after she and a child of the ISIL leader were detained near the Syrian border.
UK insurance giant Aviva has agreed the terms of its six billion euro takeover of rival insurer Friends Life.
The move will create the UK’s
The captain of the cruise liner that ran aground and capsized off an Italian island gives evidence at his manslaughter trial.
Most of us take flying for granted, but for passengers with reduced mobility, taking a plane can be quite a challenge. Nowadays, getting on and off
OPEC's decision to maintain its oil output levels served Saudi Arabia's strategic interests but hurt lesser producers such as Iran, causing tensions within the oil cartel
A sharp revision in Russian’s economic forecast has led to a warning from the government that the country’s economy will fall into recession next