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The United States may have been carrying out airstrikes against Islamic militants since last year but the president has now formally asked Congress
The former captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner has been found guilty of manslaughter over the 2012 shipwreck that killed 32 people off the
A peace summit aimed at bringing an end to the Ukraine crisis is underway in Belarus.
The four leaders meeting in Minsk are expected to sign a
The European Space Agency’s IXV Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle, as its called blasted off from its launchpad in French Guiana. Its flight path was
The Canadian city of Edmonton withdrew its bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games Tuesday due to economic pressures.
They will instead focus on
An experimental spaceplane successfully returned to Earth on Wednesday (February 11) after a 100-minute test flight that the European Space Agency
Revelations that HSBC was helping more than 100,000 clients from all around the world hide millions of dollars from the authorities.
Each disaster involving desperate immigrants fuels the debate over measures to prevent people from dying at sea, and each time the measures come up
A Belgian court has jailed the leader of an Islamist group for 12 years. Fouad Belkacem led Sharia4Belgium, which was branded as a “terrorist group”
In the United States, a man who frequently posted Facebook quotes critical of religion has been charged with murdering three young Muslims. Craig
Australia is to enter this year’s Eurovision song contest in Austria, Vienna. The annual event has a huge following down under and Australia has been
Roger Hanin, one of France’s most popular actors, has died at the age of 89. Famous for his role as TV detective Navarro, Hanin was also known for
A state funeral has been held for Germany’s former president Richard von Weizsaecker who died last month aged 94. He presided over the reunification
President Vladimir Putin, Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Francois Hollande and President Petro Poroshenko have arrived in Minsk for their
MEPs say the EU needs new data protection rules and the sharing of airline passenger information to fight terrorism.
They believe both pieces of
The disgraced former IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has given testimony for the second time during his trial in France for aggravated pimping
Shares in state-owned Spanish airports group Aena took off after they went on sale in Madrid. They rose just over 20 percent from the initial public
British planes dropped explosive and incendiary bombs on Dresden during the night of February 13th, 1945. American planes followed. In four raids, at
Pope Francis, is shaking up Vatican city. The pontiff is set to confirm 15 new Cardinals this weekend. It is his selection which is making waves as
Apple continues to break financial records. It has just become the world’s first company to finish the trading day with a worth of more than $700
Thousands of Iranians across the country are celebrating the 36th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. As a result of the uprising, many
The Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has been explaining his government’s bailout position, which has put it on a collision course with other
MEPs said on Wednesday that all processed meat products should carry labels stating their country of origin. The labels have been championed by
The UK, US and France are closing their embassies in Yemen. The move comes amid the deteriorating security situation and political crisis in the
At the newly opened Epicenter office complex in central Stockholm, workers no longer need a badge or pass code to open doors: a microchip implanted
The perilous sea journey across the Mediterannean has reportedly claimed the lives of hundreds of migrants. The United Nations Refugee agency, which
Among this year’s big star buzz at the Berlinale was the world premiere of Robert Pattinson’s latest film ‘Life’ about James Dean.
President Putin has confirmed he is travelling to Minsk for crucial peace talks with Ukrainian, French and German leaders. The presence of the
Around 600 African migrants stormed the border fence separating Morocco and the Spanish city of Melilla during the early hours of Tuesday (February
Up to 300 migrants are feared dead after attempting to cross the Mediterranean to Italy.
Survivors said they were on two boats travelling from