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Police in Mexico have opened an investigation after dozens of rotting bodies were found in an abandoned crematorium near Acapulco. The grim discovery
Britain’s Royal Family is expected to privately mark the Queen’s accession to the throne 63 years ago. Gun salutes were fired in London and Edinburgh
Turkish police have detained some 50 anti-government protesters as they made their way to demonstrate outside the president’s residency. Reports
It is claimed that humanitarian worker Kayla Mueller was in a building hit by an airstrike
The United Nations and the United States have condemned Yemen’s dominant Houthi group for dissolving parliament. The move was also denounced by the
Morocco have been banned from the next two African Nations Cup tournaments as punishment for withdrawing from hosting the 2015 finals. The Royal
It was described as a last-ditch effort to negotiate a peace deal for Ukraine.
Brussels and Athens may be at loggerheads of Greece’s austerity and reform programme but one thing the two sides do agree on is the need to stimulate
Greece is looking increasingly isolated as Athens insists it will not accept a continued bailout to avoid bankruptcy because that includes the hated
With fear growing in the Baltic states over what could happen if Russia had aggressive intentions towards them, NATO has announced new supportive
Parisian authorities have banned action films from the French capital following last month’s attacks at the offices of Charlie Hebdo and the kosher
Dozens of buses with local residents on board have left the conflict zone in Debaltsevo in eastern Ukraine. They have been guaranteed a safe passage
Police have discovered 61 bodies in an abandoned crematorium in the Mexican resort of Acapulco, according to officials.
The authorities were
Siemens – the German engineering firm that makes everything from trains to turbines – says it is cutting 7,800 jobs to streamline management and
A film company in Argentina says production is due to begin soon on a movie about the pontiff
Greece has a new speaker of parliament. Deputy Zoe Konstantopolou has been elected to the post. The Syriza party politician is a 38-year-old lawyer
Jamaicans are celebrating at Marley's former home with free concerts and jam sessions
In a unanimous decision, Canada's Supreme Court has reversed a ruling it made in 1993
European leaders and security experts arrive for Munich Security Conference. Talks to focus on Ukraine crisis and global terrorism
The execution of a captured Jordanian airforce pilot — burned alive — by the group calling itself Islamic State has the people in western ally Jordan
Robert Mugabe has gone down a storm after hundreds took to Twitter to poke fun at his downfall.
The 90-year-old Zimbabwe dictator stumbled on his
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in the capital of Jordan to show support for their government’s fight against ISIL militants. “Yes to
Coca-Cola has withdrawn its #MakeitHappy Twitter campaign after it was ambushed and duped into tweeting segments of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
More solid job growth in the United States in January has demonstrated the underlying strength in the world’s largest economy.
How can students who are deaf or have hearing issues learn? What inclusive and innovative teaching methods can improve their learning experiences
The crisis in Ukraine has dominated talks between the US Vice President and top EU officials
Greece’s debt crisis has been dominating debate in Europe this week. Fresh from taking office, leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been
The trial of a man charged with the murder of Chris Kyle writer of the bestselling autobiography ‘American Sniper’, and his friend Chad Littlefield
Last year, after half a century of gathering dust in a remote property in the West of France, 60 collectors’ automobiles belonging to French car
The 65th Berlin International Film Festival has officially opened with a glamorous red carpet festooned with stars. Jury members, including French