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World leaders have been gathering in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects after the death of King Abdullah. The visiting officials met Abdullah’s
People gathered in Kyiv to remember those killed during heavy shelling in Mariupol on Saturday, one day after rebels rejected a peace deal and
Norway’s Kjetil Jansrud overcame poor weather conditions to clinch a shortened version of the classic men’s World Cup downhill on the Streif course
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed anger after ISIL claimed it had executed hostage Haruna Yukawa. The militant group issued a video
Kings, presidents and prime ministers arrive in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects in person to the late King Abdullah.
Football-star-turned-actor Eric Cantona has shrugged off the infamous moment he karate-kicked a supporter.
Cantona, then playing for Manchester
Thousands of people have demonstrated in Yemen against the Houthis, a minority Shi’ite group that now dominates the country. Two days ago it forced
Lara Gut celebrated a home snow victory on Saturday. The Swiss Olympic Bronze medallist recovered from a slow start to master the bottom half of the
Reports say more than 80 people were wounded. Graphic video footage showed bodies lying strewn on the street.
Slovenia’s Peter Prevc won his first World Cup ski jump event of the season and first in just under a year on Saturday.
As Greece’s election draws closer, the New Democracy party of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras remained behind in most opinion polls. With an economy
Victims of the AirAsia jet that crashed into the Java Sea last month are transferred from a helicopter to a military aircraft. Indonesian divers on
At least 27 people have been killed during shelling in Mariupol in eastern Ukraine blamed on pro-Russian separatists, which they deny.
Kenji Goto, a war correspondent, went to Syria three months ago. His fellow countryman Haruna Yukawa was taken hostage in August.
A Provisional Electoral Council has been installed to organise much-delayed elections as UN Security Council members arrive in Port-au-Prince.
Organisers say it was intended to be a "peaceful and respectful event" to counter negative media coverage of Islam following the recent attacks in Paris.
America’s Supreme Court has agreed to review Oklahoma’s controversial method of execution by lethal injection. It is taking up a case brought by
A drought affecting the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo is now hitting Sao Paulo state. Water levels are running low in the Paraiba do Sul river, which
More 2.5 million euros worth of ancient artefacts have been recovered in Italy. The 1,500 items are said to have been stolen from sites in the
Activists say they fear Saudi Arabia’s new king will not do enough to clean up the kingdom’s human rights record. As King Salman took up power
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says he is ready to meet Russia’s foreign minister, as violence escalates in eastern Ukraine. He is due to
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has addressed party supporters for the final time ahead of tomorrow’s elections. Thousands attended the New