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Tensions between Athens and Berlin may be high, but Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel put on a united front
A pizza delivery with a difference…. Pope Francis was handed the drive-by delicacy while on a visit to Naples. He’s recently complained of not being
A multiple pile up in Peru has left at least 37 dead and scores injured. A bus swerved into another on-coming bus with yet a third and a lorry
US Tycoon Robert Durst who is facing a murder charge has been refused bail after a judge deemed him a flight risk. Durst recently appeared in an
Deep in Argentina’s northern jungle, archaeologists have come across the unexpected….! In among the lush vegetation – the ruins of a house-like
In Yemen demonstrators surrounded a military base in Taiz on Monday (March 23) protesting against Houthi militia who have gained control of the city
There was camaraderie in Khartoum as the leaders of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia celebrated a deal designed to ease fears that a controversial new dam
Greece and Germany agree on the need for Athens to make major structural reforms as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras makes his first official visit to Berlin .
A group of some 250 couples have told Greece and Germany to kiss and make up. Lovers from the two countries carried out an intimate protest in the
Karim Wade, a former senior minister in the Senegal government has been sentenced to six years in prison for corruption. He is the son of the former
The ECB’s debt buying programme remains on the right track, according to the European Central Bank President.
Speaking to European lawmakers in
The second Fencing Grand Prix of the season took place in Budapest Hungary. The epee event gathered 515 of the world’s best but there could only be
Nursing election hangovers, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and party colleagues have been discussing Sunday’s defeat in Andalusia. The Popular
Hundreds of Afghans have gathered in Kabul to protest against the brutal murder of a woman accused of burning the Qu’ran. Farkhunda, a religious
It has killed more than 10,000 and on Monday Ebola celebrated a grim anniversary. It is one year since the disease was first recognised in Guinea
For Spanish politician Susana Diaz, 2015 will be remembered for two very important events. The 40-year-old is preparing to give birth to her first
The number of vehicles clogging up the roads in Paris was sharply reduced on Monday due to anti-pollution measures, according to the authorities. The
Barcelona took a major step in reclaiming the La Liga title over the weekend courtesy of an El Clasico victory over arch rivals Real Madrid. The win
Poland is preparing for a year of elections: it will vote in a new president in May before MPs battle it out in the autumn.
Campaigns for the
By 2050, 37 percent of the European population will be over 60 years old, presenting major new healthcare demands – and serious economic challenges
A colossal challenge faces the regional government of Andalusia, the most populated of Spain’s regions, with 8.4 million people. From the regional
The collapse of Russia’s rouble has triggered protests by people trapped in dollar-dominated mortgages.
On Sunday, members of the Russian Foreign
Setting the conditions in France for a “massive swing back to the right and centre”. That’s the view of centre-right UMP party leader Nicolas Sarkozy
Graffiti on buildings in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, were once considered as vandalism. But today, instead of hunting down graffiti artists
Tests on a new kind of bionic leg have recently started in Italy. The new devices are the result of the European project “Cyberlegs”, which combines
China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) has agreed to buy Pirelli, the world’s fifth largest tyre maker, for 7.1 billion euro.
The deal, that will
In Danny Collins, 74-year-old Al Pacino plays an aging rock star facing an identity crisis. He is still making money by half-heartedly giving oldies
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Habib Essid has sacked six police chiefs following last week’s attack on the national museum in which 20 tourists died. His
The prospect of Greece defaulting on its debt has been raised amid a meeting between Angela Merkel and Alexis Tsipras. The Greek and German leaders
As we age our eyes lose their ability to focus quickly on near and far objects. Presbyopia is a common problem that comes with aging, but its causes