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The Pope's refusal to hold a meeting with the Dalai Lama for fear of upsetting China is heavily criticised by a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Three teenagers have been shot near a high school in Oregon in the United States. The attack happened outside the Rosemary Anderson High School
Kosovo’s new prime minister was sworn in on Friday, six months after the June 8 general election. The outgoing prime minister, Hashim Thaci, will
Difficult talks in Peru aimed at reaching a global deal on climate change look set to be extended
One person has been killed by rocket fire in the Iraqi city of Kerbala where Shi’ite pilgrims gathered for religious ceremonies. Despite the threat
Austrian Hirscher holds off Ligety to win giant slalom
A technical glitch that caused chaos at London airports on Friday has now been fixed and air traffic control systems are returning to normal
It became clear this week that the eurozone’s problems are far from over, with Greece again in the headlines.
The ruling coalition of the
Ukraine’s truce with pro-Russians in its east is in its third day, and despite it beginning well with no fatalities for the first time in months
A technical problem that forced flight restrictions in the UK has now been fixed and traffic control systems are returning to normal
Slovenia's Tina Maze celebrates third victory of the season, all in different disciplines
French MPs have submitted a report to the President on end of life care that stops short of euthanasia. The proposals allow the right to ‘continuous
A French court has sentenced a mayor to four years in jail in a trial for manslaughter. The court ruled René Marratier concealed flood risks in
Police in Italy are searching for a missing nine-month old baby. The Russian mother has been placed under investigation after telling police she left
A cat burglar has made off with almost 1000 euros worth of seafood at Vladivostok airport in Russia’s far-east. Passers-by noticed something fishy
An oil slick has choked up to 50 kilometres of the Shela river in Bangladesh after a fuel barge sank on Thursday following a collision with an oil
The leader of a Moscow-based human rights group has been pelted with eggs at close range during a press conference in the Russian capital.
Police clashed with protesters dressed as Santa Claus in Milan as Italian workers staged a general strike. It is the first ever national strike by
As oil prices slipped further on Friday, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said they are set to go even lower.
Benchmark Brent crude was under
A Jewish family of six has been the victim of a suspected acid attack in the Israeli-occupied West Bank injuring a father and his four young girls
Social media giant Facebook has decided not to add a ‘dislike’ button, despite it being one of the most requested features on the site.
London is all shook up with the opening of a new exhibition dedicated to the King of Rock and Roll. Housed at the O2 Arena, the collection numbering
Eighties power ballad songstress Bonnie Tyler is to play her first solo London show in 25 years. The Welsh singer shot to global fame with classics
Oil isn’t the only commodity suffering a price slump.
Iron ore has also dropped and for the same reason – oversupply in a weak global
Ten banks have been fined for offering the retailer Toys R Us favorable assessments by their analysts if the company chose them to underwrite its
In this edition of Europe Weekly: fresh allegations emerge over the use of Luxembourg’s tax regime by major firms to lighten their tax bills; the
Portuguese cinema legend Manoel de Oliveira has reason to celebrate. Having just turned 106, he has just released a new movie and received France’s
The song goes it never rains in Southern California, but the northern part of the state and America’s Pacific south-west is being battered with high
People have been known to go to great lengths to fraudulently receive welfare payments. However, one man in south west France appears to have taken