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Six French nationals expelled from Romania, suspected of having links to terrorism.
His people celebrated news of an interim nuclear deal with world powers. But Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is much less enthusiastic
The Chauvet Cave in southern France is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world. It was discovered in 1994, but most of the
Anti-austerity marches have drawn tens of thousands to the streets of France.
In addition to grievances about public spending cuts under the
A landmark data privacy case against social media giant Facebook has opened at a civil court in Vienna. The group ‘Europe versus Facebook’ claims the
Halifax, in Canada’s Nova Scotia province played host to the 57th edition of the men’s World Curling championships.
The polished granite stones
A man has been arrested after a shooting at a courthouse in Milan left three people dead, including a judge and a lawyer. Officials say the shooter
A second day of air traffic control strikes in France has seen hundreds more flights cancelled. Passengers have been left frustrated as French civil
Based on Nicholas Sparks’ bestselling novel, ‘The Longest Ride’ tells the story of two couples. College student Sophia and former bull-riding
HSBC has been placed under formal criminal investigation by French magistrates over allegations its Swiss private bank helped customers dodge
Europe must do more to help Syrians escape the country’s brutal civil war, says the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. In an interview
Germanwings parent company Lufthansa is considering taking legal action against a woman it says took several free flights from Germany to southern
A Polish court has delayed making a decision over whether to extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski to the US over a 1977 child sex crime conviction.
A man has appeared in court in Kenya in connection with the Garissa University College attack, which left 148 people dead. Rashid Charles Mberesero
The Greek government said it met Thursday’s deadline to repay 460 million euros to the International Monetary Fund. “The payment has been made,” was
Afghan officials say at least five people were killed when gunmen stormed a government compound in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif. Unconfirmed
The French government is promising to hunt down hackers who knocked out channels belonging to a French TV station and posted material on its social
This year’s MIPTV participants will have the difficult task of getting to understand what is commonly referred to as ‘Generation Y’. Also known as
German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has invited his counterparts from France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine to Berlin on Monday evening
The brakes are being applied to the world’s biggest car market. That’s the conclusion in a report from consulting firm Bain which says a number of
A major Parisian exhibition celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo with a look at the monumental impact Napoleon had on the life
Everything you ever wanted to know about Bill Clinton and his extra-marital affairs… or did you? ‘Clinton The
The 7th Summit of the Americas, to be held in Panama City, Panama, this Friday and Saturday, has been cited as historic and problematic. Cuba is
A gunman has opened fire at a courthouse in the Italian city of Milan, killing at least two persons. The gunman was captured by police in Vimercate
YouTube has announced its plans for an ad-free, subscription-based service. The company confirmed the move in an email sent out to YouTube
The cement may not yet be dry on the merger between Lafarge and Holcim but the combined company has a new chief executive.
The board’s of the
Feidin Santana captured a fatal police encounter with 50-year-old black man Walter Scott on his mobile phone. His video recording, which shows
New epidemics spread faster and are taking more victims than before. That was the warning coming from physicians from the World Health Organisation last year. Could herbal medicines be the answer? A Chinese medicine man in Hungary believes they could.
A boost for German exports as data released from the Federal Statistics office showed seasonally adjusted exports rose 1.5 percent on the month. They
A record 2,250 sea lions, mostly pups, have washed up starving and stranded on Southern California beaches so far this year, a worsening phenomenon