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A judge in Brazil orders the deportation of the former Italian left-wing militant Cesare Battisti.
Europe's leading human rights watchdog is set to criticise France for its failure to explicitly ban smacking, according to press reports.
An independent commission set up to investigate doping allegations in German football dating back to the 70’s and 80’s claims to have uncovered proof
A court in Egypt has delayed the country's parliamentary elections due to start on March the 22nd
Just before Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to the US Congress, several dozen protesters took to Capitol Hill expressing views both for and against the
Back to class at one Liberian school after a seven-month break. The Ebola epidemic had hidden costs, too, and now the disease appears to be on the
As Italy reins in spending on healthcare, a world-class coma recovery centre in Crotone is threatened by the cuts. Over the last two decades Sant
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned the US Congress that the nuclear accord being negotiated with Iran would help the Islamic
The funeral of the murdered opposition figure Boris Nemtsov has been held in Moscow
Countries hit by the Ebola epidemic want a Marshall Plan to tackle the disease, African leaders said at an international conference in Brussels on
If it ever went away then luxury is back with a bang. Supercars and SUV’s are the focus of this years Geneva Car Show in Switzerland. Take the Quant
Fernando Alonso is to miss the F1 season opener in Australia on medical advise. The Spaniard crashed his McLaren at 215km/h while testing in
A volcano in Chile erupted early on Tuesday, spewing heavy smoke and lava, and sparking a red alert for local residents. The Villarrica volcano in
US President Barack Obama’s demand for Iran to freeze its sensitive nuclear activities for at least 10 years is “unacceptable” according to the
Benjamin Netanyahu is currently Washington’s uninvited guest, deciding the electoral boost back home is worth the White House snub. In any case
Taxi drivers in Brussels have protested against ride-sharing smartphone application Uber. The service allows private hire cars to be ordered at the
Singapore has retained its position as the most expensive city in the world to live, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit that compares 133
The developers of a new low-cost mobile lab device that can turn any smartphone into an HIV and syphilis tester hope it could be a life-changer for
A comprehensive exhibition of works spanning the entire career of French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle has opened at the Guggenheim Museum in
Ukraine’s central bank is to hike interest rates to 30 percent from 19.5.
Due to come into effect on Wednesday it is the highest rate for 15 years
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is suspected of planning and carrying out twin bomb attacks in Boston in 2013, in which three people were killed and over 260
Iraqi soldiers and Shi’ite militiamen are pursuing efforts to retake Tikrit, the hometown of fallen dictator Saddam Hussein, now a stronghold of
Thousands of people, many carrying red carnations, queued on Tuesday to pay their respects to Boris Nemtsov, the Kremlin critic who was murdered on
German retail sales have taken their largest leap in seven years fueling expectations of more growth this year for Europe’s leading economy.
The CEO of Barclays Bank, Antony Jenkins, accepted his first bonus since taking office three years ago despite a sharp drop in profits at the
The artist who painted a portrait of Bill Clinton for Washington’s National Portrait Gallery says he made reference to the Monica Lewinsky scandal in
Milan Women’s Fashion Week has drawn to a close with Dsquared2 presenting their new collection for the upcoming Autumn-Winter season. Dean and Dan
Chile’s Villarica volcano has erupted, sending ash and lava up to 1,000m into the sky.
More than 3,600 people have been evacuated from the area
At the National Portrait Gallery, Britain’s Royal Mint unveiled a new portrait of Queen Elizabeth, specifically for coins. It is the fifth and