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The Dalai Lama has confirmed reports that he will not be meeting Pope Francis during a visit to Rome. The Tibetan spiritual leader living in exile
Around 17 different rebel groups in southern Syria have signed an agreement for a transition plan for the country. The groups are viewed by the West
Eleven days and eleven nights underground, thirty-seven women have occupied a coal mine in the south of Sardinia. Their patience has paid off and
The clinical trial of a promising Ebola vaccine has been suspended in Geneva after some patients complained of joint pain. Some 60 people had been
CIA director John Brennan has defended the spy agency following the publication of a highly critical report into its post 9/11 interrogation
Delegates from across the world are meeting in Lima, Peru, to work towards a global deal on climate chage. Giovanni La Via is an Italian MEP and the
An ode to freedom, love and humanity, Fidelio is Beethoven’s only opera but it’s a masterpiece. It opened the new season at Milan’s La Scala, a
‘Could do better’ is the message to some European countries from Transparency International's latest report on global corruption levels. While 17
Since he first hit the big screen in 1985, he has impressed both mainstream and art-house audiences alike. As a result, the Marrakech International
At least four people have died in Greece since Saturday as heavy rain battered the north-eastern part of the country.
Several regions have declared a state of emergency as the downpours showed no sig
Pro-tour cycling team Astana have retained their elite status for the 2015 season despite suffering a series of doping cases within the outfit. The
Google will stop its news service in Spain on December 16, it announced in a blog post. The shutdown will take place prior to the introduction of a
North Korea’s state media broadcasts a new documentary of its leader Kim Jong-un observing military drills.
The American black comedy “Birdman” leads the nominations for the Golden Globes, making it a frontrunner as the awards season gets underway in
Palestinian youths have clashed with Israeli soldiers after the funeral of a Palestinian minister who died following a confrontation with an Israeli policeman.
Jenson Button’s McLaren future is safe for at least another year after the 2009 world champion was named in the teams driver line-up for 2015 along
Roads and highways across Iraq have filled with hundreds of thousands of Shi’ite pilgrims heading to Kerbala to celebrate a religious ceremony amid
A suicide bomb attack has targeted a French-run high school in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing at least one person. Hours earlier six Afghan
Falling oil prices will mean cheaper tickets for air travellers according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The amount that
Police in New York and Italy have arrested eight people in an extortion case that appears to show trans-Atlantic mafia ties are still strong. Among
After France’s lower house, senators in the upper house of parliament have now approved a resolution calling on Paris to recognise a Palestinian
A 24 hour strike has been causing severe disruption to train services across Belgium as drivers take industrial action in a pay dispute. And
The surreal show business satire “Birdman,” a darling of critics for its innovative storytelling, led the Golden Globe Awards film nominations
Princess Charlene of Monaco has given birth to twins, the royal household has announced. Gabriella was born two minutes before her brother Jacques
These are the impressive entries already in for the Sony World Photography Awards 2015.
The competition closes on January 5 next year, but
The European Central Bank’s attempts to get the eurozone economy growing again have suffered a major blow.
Its second offering of loans at almost
Oil prices at fresh five-year lows continue to hit Middle Eastern stock markets.
Dubai’s main share index posted its biggest daily drop in six
The authorities moved in to clear most of the site in the Admiralty district, ending more than two months of demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city.
Russia’s central bank raised its main lending rate again on Thursday to prop up the rouble – it didn’t work.
The currency sank to a new low: one
Dairy farmer protest calls for greater EU support Dairy farmers from across Europe have staged a demonstration outside the EU headquarters in