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New evidence purporting to detail how the large U.S. military base at Ramstein provides crucial relay information for drone operators in America's Southwest could embarrass the German government.
Swedish international Zlatan Ibrahimovic has had his four-match domestic suspension reduced to three games by the French league. The 33-year-old was
The annual IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings started in Washington on Friday, with the Greek debt once again in the spotlight. Most of the key players
Three car bombs have exploded in separate areas of Iraq, killing at least 30 people. Erbil Islamic militant group ISIL has claimed responsibility
In Cambodia, opposition leader Sam Rainsy leads prayers on the 40th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge. #Cambodge : 40e
Noam Chomsky is one of the superstars of the intellectual world; a prolific author and self-proclaimed anarchist, who, at the age of 86 still doesn’t
The wave of migrants desperate to reach Europe continued to unfurl into Italy on Friday, with hundreds more rescued as they crossed the Mediterranean
Bayern Munich’s long-time team doctor Hans Mueller-Wohlfahrt has surprisingly resigned following the club’s Champions League loss to Porto. According
In this edition of Europe Weekly, Google is under pressure as EU anti-trust officials look to charge the US firm with abuse of market dominance; NGOs
As part of commemorations for the victims of South Korea’s sunken ferry Sewol, an attempt has been made to create a new world record for a candlelit
Here’s a warning for the global economic outlook, issued by the International Monetary Fund: the US, UK and India cannot alone relaunch the world’s
He was on the US military's most-wanted list: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, a former henchman of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, has reportedly been killed
Ferdinand Piech, the chairman and patriach of Volkswagen’s founding family has been surprisingly defeated in his bid to remove the firm’s CEO Martin
South African police fired rubber bullets to disperse clashes between nationals and foreigners in Johannesburg on Friday, as xenophobic violence
A school is much more than bricks and mortar. Indeed, some education establishments claim to be much better places of learning for not having walls
The Spaniard Rodrigo Rato is being questioned in Madrid as part of a probe into allegations of tax evasion and money laundering
Covering 8,000 kilometres of Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, the 2016 Dakar Rally will take in challenging sand dunes before the taking the drivers to
Landlocked Moldova is increasing its efforts to overcome Russia’s export embargo.
It is using a 460-metre stretch of a port on the Danube river to
Almost a month on: family members gather in Cologne to remember the 150 who died in the Germanwings crash.
Turkey: Male teachers can wear earrings Turkey’s highest court has ruled that men can wear earrings without violating the public service dress code
The EU and US are in talks to create the world’s biggest free trade zone, claiming it will make both regions richer than ever But critics question the alleged economic benefits of the deal – called th
In Portugal, young people are renewing the concept of Fado houses, reinventing traditional cuisine, mixing contemporary and traditional architecture.
Iran is ready to return to nuclear enrichment “without any limitations” unless the West pursues a path of “co-operation” in concluding a deal and
New York born rapper and musician A$AP Rocky topped the charts with his first studio album ‘Long. Live. A$AP’ in January 2013. He took a break from
She is only 55 years young but interest in Barbie is continuing to plummet.
The doll’s maker Mattel Inc has reported its sixth straight drop in
Britain’s jobless total is at its lowest level for nearly seven years.
The number of people in work is up 248,000 to 31.049 million – the biggest
Former head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Rodrigo Rato has been released by Spanish police after being arrested over a tax and money
Amid new international peace efforts, Syria's president hits out at foreign nations hostile to his regime
Nigel Farage, who heads British opposition party UKIP, is celebrating a donation of over one million euros from media tycoon Richard Desmond. The
The documentary ‘Bakur’ caused no end of controversy at this year’s International Film Festival in Istanbul. The screening of the film was cancelled