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Marion Marechal-Le Pen, the grand-daughter of France’s Front National (FN) founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen, is to replace him as candidate in regional
Right wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders spoke at a meeting in Dresden of the anti-Islam PEGIDA movement on Monday. The crowd fell far short of the
At least 23 people have died as days of wildfires ravaged Russia’s Khakassia region. The Investigative Committee, a body reporting directly to
Hillary Clinton hit the ground running with her announcement to run for president. When she confirmed via social media that she is going for the top
The 4K format, also known as Ultra HD, is widely seen as the future of broadcasting. It takes its name from its resolution, not 4,000 pixels but
Eduardo Galeano, an anti-capitalist, leading voice of the Latin American left, has died in Montevideo, aged 74. Perhaps best known for his 1971 book
A second French-speaking organisation has been hacked in a matter of days. Belgian newspapers Le Soir and Sudpresse, both part of Rossel media group
Jiang Jiemen, the former head of China’s top energy group (CNPC), has pleaded guilty in the first day of a corruption trial against him. Jiang, who
The Champions League resumes on Tuesday with two of the first-leg fixtures of the quarter-final stage. Atletico Madrid welcome La Liga and city
Controversial German author Günter Grass has died at the age of 87. His publisher said he passed away at a clinic in Leubeck in northern Germany on
Michael Dilissen is one of millions of young Europeans to have benefited from the EU’s Erasmus student exchange programme, and who could now build on
The heir to the Nina Ricci perfume and fashion empire has been convicted of tax fraud.
Arlette Ricci has been sentenced to a one-year jail term
Supporters of an ISIL affiliate have claimed responsibility for two attacks in the Libyan capital Tripoli. A car bomb exploded outside the Moroccan
Brazil’s president has come under more public pressure to quit, with protest rallies in 156 cities over the weekend. Although well over half a
In this week’s episode of Target we go to Kanazawa, in the west of the archipelago. It is on UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network for its traditional
Reaching Italy at any cost: at least nine migrants die and 5,629 are rescued from the Mediterranean in three days, prompting urgent calls for international help.
As Yemen’s turmoil continues, Iran is urging the formation of a new government and offering to assist in a political transition. It is a move that is
As the UK general election campaign gets into full swing ahead of the May 7 poll the uncertainty and unpredictability over the outcome is having an
Russia’s President Putin has signed a decree lifting the ban on the sale of a missile system to Iran. The move is part of a wider oil-for-goods swap
Chelsea continued their march towards the Premier League title courtesy of a narrow 1-0 win at a battling Queens Park Rangers. Chelsea had not
The last time Hillary Clinton presented herself as a candidate for the most powerful job in America critics complained she was stiff, lacked a
Which European animation films could come next to our cinemas? The answer may lie in Cartoon Movie, a business event for European animation
Let’s face it; sometimes football can be boring. But fans in Romania have come up with an idea of how to get through those dull times, when 90
Britain’s opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband has unveiled his shop window of election promises, as he bids to become the country’s next prime
As the Russian economy continues to shrink and the Kremlin cuts everything accept military spending, a call for more Russian food production is
Sudan begins three days of presidential and parliamentary elections, which the main opposition parties have boycotted, paving the way for another win for incumbent President Omar al-Bashir.
It was sold as the big idea to reconnect EU voters with those often distant institutions in Brussels. Yet it is still up for debate whether the
Hungary’s far-right Jobbik Party has won its first ever individual constituency seat in parliament, preliminary results show. With 99 percent of the
The knives are out in the Volkswagen boardroom after Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn insisted he would fight for his job despite reports that
China has announced a 15 percent drop in exports for March.
The figures add to the concerns surrounding Chinese economic growth.
The fall is the