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International monitors from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has sent a drone to fly over the site in eastern Ukraine
The wait continues for Rita Jeptoo. Investigators have yet to make a decision on the length of a competition ban after the 2013 and 2014 Boston and
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in Armenia, demanding that Russia hand over a soldier suspected of killing six members of the same
Stefan Kraft Stefan Kraft scored a victory in the Ski Jumping World Cup after the final round was cancelled. The Four-Hills tournament winner won the
Italy’s government has announced the release of two young aid workers taken hostage in northern Syria last summer. In a video released two weeks ago
A shootout with Belgian police has left two suspected Islamists dead. Explosions were also reported as officers carried out an anti-terror raid in
The scenery may have changed, but the lead characters in the Dakar Rally remain the same. Cars Nasser Al-Attiyah produced another stellar performance
Olha Kharlan won gold in the sabre division at the New York fencing Grand Prix on Monday. The 24-year old World number one from Ukraine, who won
The organisers of the 2016 Rio Games have launched the a portal through which the public can apply for Olympic tickets Thursday.
There will be 7.5
Parliament in Kyiv brings in mass conscription, claiming rebels and Russian forces have stepped up attacks. Serbia, which has taken over the leadership of international OSCE monitors has vowed to work
A Malian Muslim who saved several lives during an attack on a Jewish supermarket is to be given French nationality. 24-year-old shop attendant
Two people have been killed in an anti-terrorism operation at Verviers in eastern Belgium, a town situated between Liege and the German border.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has denied that his country stifles freedom of speech. The Turkish premier made the comments after meetings in
It is a sell-out – for the second day running. Complete with front page cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed, Charlie Hebdo’s first edition since the
An ill wind continues to blow through the global economy according to Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund.
She voiced a
The Portuguese Football Federation honours some of its greats at a ceremony celebrating the centenary of the footballing body.
In Belgium, some shops planning to sell the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine have been warned they face reprisals. At least four newsagents in
‘American Sniper’ is based on the autobiography of US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, known as the most lethal sniper in US military history. Having served in
It is being reported that Samsung is interested in buying Blackberry for $7.5bn.
The report claims representatives from the two companies held
Spanish consumer prices have fallen by 1.1 percent in December making it a sixth straight month of declining prices.
Madrid expects the trend to
The final farewell to the Charlie Hebdo victims prompted tears but also a pledge to continue the cartoonists' work.
Boko Haram began its concerted terror campaign in Nigeria in 2009. The Sunni jihadist movement was founded in 2002. The Islamists’ goal is to impose
The Swiss National Bank has staggered global markets with the shock announcement that it has abandoned its peg to the euro.
The bank’s decision to
Satellite images released by Amnesty International show the scale of what it says is Boko Haram’s biggest and most destructive assault yet. The
Ukraine’s parliament has approved a mass military call-up for the country’s conflict in the east amid security warnings that Russian forces backing
Oil giant BP has informed staff in Aberdeen that it is to shed 300 jobs at its North Sea operations.
The UK based company is to reduce its 3,500
The German economy grew by 1.5 percent in 2014, the biggest jump in more than three years boosted by healthy domestic spending and a continuing
The war of words between Israel and Turkey over last week’s deadly attacks in Paris has stepped up. In the latest exchange, Turkey’s Prime Minister
3D printers are everywhere and can be used to recreate almost anything, from buildings to airplanes and even human organs. So it was only a question
Tens of thousands of people have lined the streets of the Philippines capital Manila to welcome Pope Francis. It is his first visit to Asia’s largest