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Hundreds of Kenyans have held a vigil in a Nairobi park in memory of the victims of last week’s massacre at Garissa, their sadness mixed with anger
Six Greenpeace activists boarded an Arctic-bound oil rig on Monday to protest against drilling in icy ocean waters
Chile’s Sebastian Alvarez showed his pinpoint accuracy by flying straight through a flag just two metres wide placed on top of an extinct volcano in
Firefighters have reportedly put out a blaze on a Russian nuclear submarine which was undergoing repairs at a northern shipyard. The state-owned
America’s Eli Dershwitz kept his composure to take gold in the sabre discipline at the Cadet and Junior World Championships in Tashkent on Tuesday
Turkish police have detained two people suspected of involvement in an attack on a bus that was carrying Fenerbahce players. The driver was hit in
Ukraine celebrates the Orthodox festival of Easter this Sunday (April 12). Many Ukrainian soldiers fighting in the Donbass region will be away from
Rand Paul has put his name forward as a Republican presidential nominee. The Kentucky Senator has confirmed he wants to join the race to become the
There was a warm greeting in Tehran for Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rohani – despite marked
Morocco’s Rachid El Morabity produced a stunning performance to clinch the third leg of the Marathon des Sables on Tuesday. The reigning champion
On the periphery of the Syrian capital, Yarmouk Camp, now largely destroyed, is in fact a city, with buildings, not tents. As a camp, it was
Former Olympic champion Liu Xiang announced his retirement on Tuesday. The 31 year-old became an icon in China after he won the country’s first
Russia’s parliament has deprived an opposition deputy of his immunity. He could now face charges of embezzlement. Ilya Ponomaryov, who is now in the
One of three containers that caught fire at a chemical plant in China’s eastern city of Zhangzhou burst into flames again on Tuesday evening. The
Ahead of ballot on May 7, the former Labour prime minister pleaded for Britain to stay in the EU
Thanks to booming demand for European products and orders flooding in the Eurozone was able to record bumper business growth in Q1.
As civilian casualties mount in Yemen's civil war, international calls grow for humanitarian aid to be allowed in.
The Confederation of African Football will announce at a meeting in Cairo on Wednesday whether Algeria, Gabon or Ghana will host the 2017 Africa Cup
The president of Tunisia has signed several agreements to strengthen economic and security cooperation with France. President Beji Caid Essebsi is
Hundreds of Kenyan students marched through downtown Nairobi to honour those who died in an attack on a college by Islamic militants and to press the
Protesters and police clashed in Kathmandu, Nepal on the first day of a three day nationwide general strike enforced by opposition political parties.
The one month countdown to Britain’s parliamentary elections kicks off with few firm predictions. Two things are certain: who will get the prime
Investors have cheered Cyprus’s abandonment of capital exchange controls, ending a period in which one of the eurozone members was effectively
Imagina, the fair of 3D technologies that takes place every year in Monaco, is now entirely devoted to the use of 3D, laser and other technologies in
Tor Marancia is the last of several poorer Roman suburbs to get a much needed face-lift thanks to the work of a group of international street
Italy has been slammed by European judges who have ruled that police carried out acts of ‘torture’ during protests for the 2001 G8 summit. In a case
A Russian nuclear submarine reportedly caught fire in a shipyard in the north of the country on Tuesday. News agencies say the vessel was undergoing
Germany’s state-run job centres have come in for a tongue-lashing from their own boss Heinrich Alt.
Far from driving Germany’s economic miracle the
A 30% fall in operating profit in the first three months of 2015 might sound terrible, but Samsung are smiling about the better-than-expected