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Two people were killed and more than 100 injured when two explosions ripped through a Kurdish party rally in eastern Turkey on Friday, just two days ahead of a heated general election.
It has emerged that eight out of ten men reportedly jailed over the shooting of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai were actually acquitted. In
Spanish giants Barcelona and Juventus will both be looking to complete stunning trebles when they lock horns in the Champions League final in Berlin
Over 30,000 activists have been gathering in Munich since Thursday, urging G7 leaders meeting Sunday to take real action on the world's most pressing issues - from poverty to climate change and the wa
Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka advanced to his first final at Roland Garros with a four sets win over local hope Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday. The
Twelve years of unimpeachable dominance by the ruling AK Party will come to an end in Turkey after this Thursday’s elections — or maybe not. The
Belgium’s top diplomat, Didier Reynders, a firm believer in the strengths of European integration, advocates for a Europe of peoples’ choices applied
As Turks prepare to head to the polls on Sunday (7 June), they do so knowing that surveys suggest it will be the tightest election in
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told parliament in no uncertain terms that a cash-for-reforms plan outlined by the European Commission is both
Turkey’s AKP party suffered a tough night at the hands of the electorate as it lost its overall majority in the parliamentary elections. The ruling
With no deal on Greece’s debt in sight and the government’s decision to postpone an IMF repayment along with three other debt instalments until the
Blind and visually-impaired people have long had to overcome challenges in education, as they do in many aspects of life. The World Health
In this edition of Europe Weekly: Greece misses an IMF payment deadline as debt talks remain deadlocked; Russia blacklists 89 European officials
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has said that keeping its output level unchanged at 30 million barrels per day.
Former All Black Jerry Collins and wife Alana Madill have died in a crash after their car was struck by a bus outside the southern French town of
Tariq Aziz, former deputy prime minister and foreign minister of Iraq during the Saddam Hussein regime, has died at the age of 79. It is being
Greece has bought itself some time by bundling together its payments to the IMF. It plans to hand over the 1.6 billion euros it owes this month to
A brief history of Transsexuality Nature has been playing cruel jokes on human sexuality since the dawn of time, and society’s reaction to
The US-led coalition has reportedly staged 17 air strikes on ISIL targets across Syria and Iraq, in the latest of daily assaults. The Command Joint
Just days after an upsurge in violence in eastern Ukraine, the embattled town of Maryinka near Donetsk is under the complete control of the Ukrainian
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US job growth accelerated sharply in May, as sign of economic momentum that could put a September interest rate hike back on the table.
‘Jurassic World’ is the fourth in outing for the well-loved dinosaur drama, and when the film was premiered in Paris, the stars said that many of the
Nathan Sykes used to be part of boy band The Wanted, who are now taking a break. But now he has released a solo single, “More Than You’ll Ever Know”
Vote and Beyond monitoring group will verify the voting and vote-counting process in Turkey parliamentary election. President Erdogan's ruling AK Party has refused to work with the organisation, sayin
Vodafone has confirmed it is in talks with cable company Liberty Global on an asset exchange.
There has been long-running speculation about
The Bundesbank has raised its GDP forecast for the German economy in 2015 to 1.7 percent.
That is a significant increase on its December prediction
Romania has been plunged into crisis after its president called for Prime Minister Victor Ponta to resign over alleged corruption.
The European Court of Human Rights has upheld a decision by France's highest legal body to allow doctors take a man, in a coma since 2008, off life support.
As the US-led coalition continues to hit ISIL targets in Iraq and Syria, the Obama administration’s strategy against the jihadists is becoming ever