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The Pentagon said on Tuesday it had no reason to believe that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State militant group, was seriously
German giants Bayern Munich booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League with an emphatic 6-1 win over FC Porto at the Allianz Arena
It is the most solemn of centenaries….exactly 100 years since the first large-scale use of chemical weapons. Victims from World War One were
Seven people have been killed in the past three weeks in Durban and Johannesburg
The captain of the migrant ship involved in Sunday’s disaster off Libya has been detained in Sicily, alongside a crew member – both suspected of
SportAccord President Marius Vizer fiercely criticised the International Olympic Committee for a lack of transparency on Monday, sending shock waves
The head of the Russian gas giant Gazprom Alexei Miller has been meeting in Athens with the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for talks on an
Saudi Arabia says it has achieved its goals against Houthi rebels in Yemen
A 93-year-old former bookkeeper at Auschwitz has told a German court that he felt morally guilty for his work at the Nazi death camp. Oskar Groening
Soldiers’ descendants have come to commemorate the British allied forces in WWI landing in Gallipoli, Turkey, 100 years ago. The 25th April is known
The European Commission has been forced to deny rumours that its president, Jean-Claude Juncker, is unwell and often absent from work.
Feline family ties proved essential at a zoo in Japan after a newly born white tiger cub fell into a pool of water, and had to get his brothers to
Canada’s Cirque du Soleil has sold a majority stake to Chinese and American investors.
The buyers are US private equity firm TPG Capital and
European regulators will formally charge Russia’s state-run energy giant Gazprom with anti-competitive practices, say sources in Brussels.
Wonga, the British payday loan firm, has reported a loss of around 55 million euros.
The short-term lender recorded a profit of the same amount in
Russia’s economy has contracted by around two percent in the first quarter but Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says the economic situation is
Players from a major Moroccan football club are reportedly among 29 people injured, some seriously, in a head-on crash between their team bus and a
Around 30 people have been injured in France, two seriously, in a collision between a train and a tractor-trailer at a level crossing in the Paris
Credit Suisse has reported better than expected quarterly results of some 1.1billion euros.
The bank’s wealth management performance is seen as the
A new report suggests investor confidence in Germany has unexpectedly dropped for the first time in six months.
The Mannheim-based ZEW Center for
A 32-year-old man has been detained in connection with a fire at the British Embassy in the Hague. Emergency services in the Netherlands say no-one
A former Auschwitz concentration camp guard has admitted to being “morally guilty” but says he committed no crime. Oskar Groening, 93, is before a
The magnitude of the latest migrant tragedies in the Mediterranean has prompted a global reaction. Cartoonists and NGOs have published powerful
The time for the annual Eurovision Song Contest is nearly upon us again. With preparations underway for the May bash in Vienna, the spotlight is