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The European Union’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has told MEPs in Strasbourg that Wednesday’s Ukraine peace talks represent “a chance
Italy has repeated its appeal for more help to deal with a massive influx of migrants on its southern shores. It comes after 29 people died of
A long-lost portrait by Leonardo da Vinci has been seized from a Swiss bank vault by Italian police investigating tax and insurance fraud. Talks were
Chilean mountaineers have discovered the wreckage of a plane that crashed in the Andes 54 years ago, killing 24 people, including eight players from
Hungarian police say they have raided and shut down Europe’s largest illegal cigarette factory near Budapest. Authorities seized 2.3 million
Two French families whose daughters were accidentally swapped at birth have won nearly 2 million euros in damages. The switch happened at a clinic in
A strike has shut up shops and offices in large parts of southern Tunisia, bordering Libya. It follows clashes between police and protesters on
Bulgaria is failing to properly investigate racist attacks fueling “fear, discrimination and violence”, it’s been claimed.
Ukraine’s ambassador to the EU Kostiantyn Yelisieiev on Tuesday condemned fresh attacks in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine which Kiev blames on
Coca-Cola has reported a not so sweet 55 percent plunge in quarterly profit.
The strength of the bubbly dollar hit its revenue from sales outside
The United States has confirmed the death of aid worker and ISIL hostage Kayla Mueller. Her family say they are heartbroken. It comes four days after
Barack Obama has confirmed the death of Kayla Mueller, a US aid worker who had been held hostage by Islamic State militants, saying the United States
Greece’s economic future hangs in the balance as it prepares to start delicate negotiations with eurozone finance ministers on Wednesday.
The Nigerian government is insisting that a widening offensive by Boko Haram will be crushed, and there will be no further election postponement
An epidemic of ruinously high mortgage payments and negative equity is afflicting Central and Eastern Europe.
People who bought into the dream of
A French court has opened proceedings in the trial of Pablo Picasso’s former electrician and his wife who stand accused of stealing 271 pieces of the
On the night of 13th January, at around nine o’clock, the Costa Concordia approached Giglio, sounding its horn in a salute to the Tuscan island’s 800
Eurozone finance ministers want to clinch an interim debt deal with Greece on Wednesday. Athens wants to strike an agreement on stop gap financing
It’s considered Europe’s most dangerous conflict since the 1991-2001 wars in the former Yugoslavia. Pro-Russian rebels in the east of Ukraine have
As war unfolds on its streets, the opera house in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk remains open against all odds with performers giving their services for free and audience members expressing app
The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is in Sweden for talks with the country’s new Prime Minister Stefan Lofven. It is his first visit to the
Don’t expect a big rebound in oil prices this year, or even next.
That’s the opinion of the International Energy Agency. It sees benchmark Brent
Swiss bank UBS has revealed that the authorities in the United States are investigating securities that it sold to wealthy clients which may violate
Day two of President Putin’s visit to Egypt continued with as much fanfare on Tuesday, as President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi rolled out more red carpet