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Rescuers in Colombia continue the search for victims of a landslide that tore through the town of Salgar killing more than 60 people and injuring dozens more in the worst disaster of its kind for a de
Another protest in Bujumbura began peacefully enough on Tuesday with calls for Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza to drop his bid for a third
Kyiv says the men are Russian soldiers guilty of carrying out 'terrorist acts' in the country.
Juventus will be looking to complete a domestic double when they lock horns with Lazio in the final of the Coppa Italia in Rome on Wednesday
Portuguese police have arrested five men suspected of 40 armed robberies of money transport vans. The crime spree took place across the country from
Teachers in France went on strike on Tuesday and demonstrated against planned reforms. The country’s 840,000 teachers oppose to the plans, the unions
Hundreds of boatpeople have been rescued off the coast of Indonesia after being stranded at sea for more than 40 days. Myanmar is said to have
Just more than three weeks after his controversial comments on restoring the death penalty, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been defending
German train drivers have announced their ninth strike in 10 months due to an ongoing dispute with rail operator Deutsche Bahn. Freight trains shut
This is the footage that is causing a stir in Portugal: police beating a football supporter in front of his family.
It purports to show businessman
A further round of Saudi-led airstrikes has pounded military sites in Yemen. It was the second day of attacks against Houthi militia and forces
The leaders of France and Germany have said more needs to be done if the world is to achieve its goal of limiting global warming to two degrees. The
Alitalia is ending its partnership with Air France-KLM.
In a statement, CEO Silvano Cassano of Italy’s national carrier said the tie-up, due to end
EU officials have unveiled a plan to slim down what critics say is bloated bureaucracy made in Brussels. The European Commission says a new leaner
Precarious work and temporary contracts are increasingly becoming commonplace around the world, according to a new report.
The International Labour
Sunday’s shootout between rivaling biker gangs in Waco, Texas that left nine dead and 18 injured doesn’t seem to be just an episodic bar brawl having
At least four people have been killed and dozens wounded in a car bombing outside Afghanistan's Justice Ministry in the capital Kabul.
Italian police have arrested more than 50 people as part of a widespread match-fixing inquiry led by anti-Mafia prosecutors in the southern town of
At least 16 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a fire that ripped through a residential building in Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku. Emergency
There is no let up in the protests against Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza. Police have reportedly fired tear gas and beaten demonstrators, as
Saudi Arabia is looking for eight religious functionaries, or in modern parlance, executioners.
The gulf state needs extra staff to carry out the
Presented at The International Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival ‘Dégradé’ by the Palestinian twins Tarzan and Arab Nasser is set in a hair
Britain’s Vodafone is ringing the changes after posting a rise in quarterly sales for the first time in nearly three years.
The firm has forecast a
Egyptian security forces have stepped up sexual violence since the military overthrew the country’s first freely elected president in 2013, a human