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Denying that a debt default was discussed, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met with his negotiating team before they headed to Brussels for
The decline in bee populations has been well documented for years. Now, following in the footsteps of the US, in Europe a recent move by France to
Interpol, has suspended a joint programme on fighting corruption with Fifa. The international police agency is freezing the 20 million euros donated
Ukrainian authorities have detained two people as part of an inquiry into this week’s fatal fire at a fuel depot near Kyiv. They are said to be Yuriy
Over 5,000 skirts and dresses have been hung out on washing lines in Kosovo in the heart of a male preserve, Pristina’s main football stadium. Many
Selahattin Demirtaş, leader of the HDP party which entered parliament in the recent election depriving President Erdoğan's AK party of a majority, has pointed the finger at 'people within the state an
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been cleared of pimping charges in France. The trial hinged on sex parties that took place in the midst
As the clock ticks for Greece to strike a debt deal to avoid a default, Athens says it will restart stalled negotiations in Brussels on Saturday
For the global markets this was the best week since April, but we head into the weekend with Greece again casting a gloomy shadow over Europe.
In the Libyan capital Tripoli 10 staff of the Tunisian embassy have been kidnapped after an armed group stormed the building according to the
A fresh powerful burst of searing gas has been thrown hundreds of metres into the air from a volcano in western Indonesia. The latest eruption on
Almost 170 million children are condemned to work full-time jobs today, with no schooling and poor future prospects. The International Labour
Aid workers have been searching through the rubble for survivors after Thursday’s landslides struck the northeastern Nepalese region of Taplejung
Learning World discovers more about a movement that is trying to encourage more personal learning at school and put less focus on exams.
Qatar’s Al Sadd have unveiled their new signing – former Barcelona midfielder, Xavi Hernandez. It has been ess than a week since he left the Catalan
The European Union and Mexico agreed on Friday to launch negotiations toward a new free-trade agreement, as Mexico seeks to avoid being sidelined by
Switzerland’s black sheep controversy
The right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP) has been behind several anti-immigration posters.
Such as these
The departure of Dick Costolo as boss of Twitter has been well-received by the markets, who upped shares in the yet-to-make-a-profit company by
At least six people have been killed and buildings destroyed in Sanaa’s Old City after a Saudi led coalition air strike on the UNESCO World Heritage
As Greece hurtles towards a possible debt default, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says Athens will not sign up to a new bailout programme to
The colour work of famed photographer Robert Capa. is celebrated in a new book and exhibition in Budapest, the place of his birth in 1913. One of the
From next Monday Zimbabweans with have their mental arithmetic simplified for them with the news some zeros are coming off the currency.
The prime minister of Moldova has announced his resignation, after prosecutors he had accused of dragging their heels over a banking scandal said
While fighting has started up again in eastern Ukraine, Sloviansk seems to have calmed down. Swiss RSI. In Donetsk, there has been new fighting in
Have you ever given any thought about how figures from old masterpieces would look in everyday situations? Well this is what a Hungarian
Romania’s Prime Minister Victor Ponta has secured political immunity in a criminal investigation after his leftist government survived a
Industry-disrupting Uber is to take its ride-hailing technology into China with an 890 million euro investment in the world’s number two
Chilean police fire water cannon to disperse students and teachers carrying out an unauthorised march in support of education reform on the opening
Spanish consumer prices fell again for their 11th straight month in May, by 0.2% year-on-year.
However strip out food and oil prices and core
France’s data regulatory authority has ruled US giant Google must scrub European users’ data from its servers worldwide and not just in Europe, if a