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After nine years in space NASA's New Horizons probe will fly past Pluto and its five moons on its way to the Kuiper Belt in the outer regions of the Solar System allowing scientists a close up view of
Work has begun in Hungary on a four-metre high fence to close the open border with Serbia. Belgrade is strongly opposed to the plan which has also
A staunch and consistent opponent of a nuclear accord with Iran, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken to tweeting in Farsi – to
A day of gestures, optimistic briefings and fevered speculation about an imminent historic agreement on Iran's nuclear programme ends - with both sides reporting issues that still need to be resolved.
Several hundred Real Madrid fans called for president Florentino Perez to resign at the official send-off for goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas
Yamaha are clearly the team to beat this season in MotoGP as both their riders have been in great form with thirteen podium finishes out of eight
It started with a tweet from Brussels and grew to a social media avalanche. Politicians, journalists and the Greek public were left in no doubt a
The European Central Bank (ECB), which has been providing life support to Greece’s banks, has kept its emergency funding line open.
But if Athens
Scott Walker has announced his bid for the United States Republican presidential nomination. The two-term governor of Wisconsin is the clear
In this edition of Business Middle East we look at the impact of turbulence in the Chinese markets and moves to strengthen dollar resources in Egypt
Iraq has announced the start of an offensive aimed at recapturing its western province of Anbar from the group calling itself Islamic State. The
Ivan Basso is pulling out of the Tour de France after revealing he has testicular cancer. The 37-year-old Italian says the discovery was made after
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras must quell potential rebellion in his Syriza party after his return from the Brussels summit. Fifteen deputies
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has raised its forecasts for global demand.
In its monthly report, OPEC said demand was
Flights are now back to normal at the UK’s biggest airport after a protest led to some cancellations. Angry at plans for a third runway at Heathrow
Down to the wire, Alexis Tsipras finally blinked. Enough other euro countries told Greece ‘time’s up’, and now he has said ‘yes’ to a tougher deal
American actor Harvey Keitel attended the closing awards ceremony of the 50th Karlovy Vary Film Festival. http://t.co/kcVX4pkg0bIncontro con
After marathon talks were dragged through Sunday night and into Monday morning, European leaders have prevented any move to eject Greece from the
Chinese exports are on the up again, rising 2.1 percent in June, ending three months of decline.
Declining exports from China – the world’s biggest
Nintendo’s global Chief Executive Satoru Iwata has died at the age of 55, after battling cancer for more than a year.
The death of the hands-on
In Greece, there are those who think any deal is better than no deal. But others are angry, thinking that Germany has rammed yet more austerity down
European stock markets rose throughout Monday’s trading session, following news that eurozone leaders had reached an agreement to move forward with a
French police are hunting for three armed men who stormed a clothes store in a shopping centre in north west Paris. The gunmen fled after what is
Twenty-three soldiers have been killed near the Siberian city of Omsk when a section of a Russian military barracks collapsed. Officials say a
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta has been named as a defendant in a criminal investigation into forgery, tax evasion and money laundering. Assets
The Medeu & Shymbulak mountain resorts attract locals but also holidaymakers
New Zealand will miss out on a spot in the men’s football at next year’s Rio Olympics unless they can overturn their disqualification in the Olympic
Thousands of people joined a parade through the streets of Baku on Sunday to celebrate Baku 2015 – the inaugural European Games – which were held in
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has yet to face his government and people after an agreement was reached at the Brussels summit. But for the
A potentially life-saving microchip has been developed to forewarn patients suffering from heart problems of any deterioration in their condition