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An Italian navy ship carried a dead body among the 900 illegal migrants brought to shore on Thursday in the Sicilian port of Augusta. The men, women
Russia’s space industry has been dealt one of its heaviest blows since the Soviet collapse after back-to-back rocket launch failures. Russian Deputy
British veteran rockers The Rolling Stones have treated their fans to a surprise show in the US. The last minute performance was announced via
Rome’s new civil unions registry has started work. Fourteen same sex couples were among the first to seal their commitment to each other during a
A bomb found at the bottom of the Mekong river in Cambodia has been carefully removed from the water. A fisherman had spotted the MK80 series
Hundreds of government forces have taken to the streets of Indian-administered Kashmir to stop a rally by separatists, organised to mark the
Campaigners were out in Dublin on Thursday ahead of Ireland’s referendum on marriage equality. Same-sex civil partnerships are already recognised
Two Russian soliders captured in eastern Ukraine have admitted to serving in the Kremlin’s armed forces, according to the OSCE. The group aims to
As new data showed net migration to Britain at its highest levels in a decade, David Cameron hopes a string of new measures will reassure those who
Big changes at Deutsche Bank ahead of the annual shareholders meeting failed to reassure investors the bank has got to grips with a crisis of
With Palmyra now in the hands of ISIL militants, UNESCO says it has serious concerns about the safety of monuments in the ancient Syrian city
Perhaps sensing that his allies’ support for Iraq is weakening Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has flown to Moscow to try and renew the two countries
Families of foreign fighters speak of how their children became radicalised and their fears for the future.
Australia’s guest appearance in Eurovision 2015 has already raised eyebrows – but it could become a regular fixture, it’s emerged.
A senior figure
You may have seen their planes but did you know WizzAir is Central Europe’s largest airline? It carried 16.5 million passengers last year, and has
The group calling itself Islamic State (ISIL) says it has taken full control of the historic Syrian city of Palmyra including its military bases. It
The Euroleague is the most coveted title for basketball clubs across Europe. Real Madrid lost the previous two finals but had another crack at making
They look like any other elderly couple. But Beate Klarsfeld, 76, and her husband Serge, 79, are two of the most fearsome Nazi hunters the world has
Australia’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest is a one-off event as part of celebrations for the competition’s 60th anniversary. The
Thousands more civilians have flooded out of the Iraqi city of Ramadi, now in the hands of the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Crowds of people are
Tensions are high in Burundi where President Pierre Nkurunziza has been able to put down an attempted coup, but unable to stop a resumption of street
Searching for a better life, many migrants increasingly find death in the Mediterranean. Italy’s prime minister has threatened to raise a migrant
An incredible time-lapse video has been created following the journeys of two mountaineers as they climbed seven mountains in the Alps in just under
An OECD study says inequality between the rich and poor in most of the world’s advanced economies is at a record high.
The report also found huge
A blogger who spoke out against corrupt politicians and child prostitution in Brazil has been found decapitated, police said on Wednesday.
Italian musician and songwriter Antonio Castrignano has been making people dance from southern Italy to France in a series of performances that marry
Hundreds of Royhingya and Bangladeshi migrants are being housed in a temporary shelter in Indonesia, after being rescued off their rickety boat
As promised the newly re-elected British prime minister is to get tough on immigration. David Cameron announced on Thursday that the upcoming Queen’s
Good news on the employment front from recovering Ireland, where the jobless rate has dipped below 10% for the first time in more than six
Europe’s leading planemaker Airbus has entered the debate about a British exit form the EU by slamming the idea as dangerous for jobs and the