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Hundreds of Ukrainian right-wingers have rallied in Kyiv to protest against government policies. It comes in the wake of a deadly standoff between
Donald Trump insults rival and gives out senator's phone number as opinion polls put the outspoken billionaire in lead for Republican presidential nomination.
In a letter published the the Bild newspaper victims' families say the firm has ignored them and offered a payout that deeply insulted them and above all their children.
Three Spanish journalists have gone missing after entering Syria in mid-July. Spanish media reports the group are believed to have been kidnapped
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich appeared in a Swiss court on Tuesday to face drink driving charges after he caused an accident last year
The son of one of four Italian construction workers declared kidnapped in western Libya has spoken of his shock at the situation. Fausto Piano, Gino
Eurotunnel services had returned to normal on Tuesday (July 21) after protesting French ferry workers blocked the entrance and set fire to tyres at a
The decision comes after Foreign Minister Javad Zarif presented the agreement to MPs, seeking to calm opposition from hardliners who consider it counter to national interests.
What is behind Turkey’s Suruc attack?
Monday’s bombing attack in the border town of Suruc in which 32 mainly young activists were killed has shaken
This June — 2015 — was the hottest June since temperature records began, in 1880. Experts are saying that governments should treat climate change as
A record passenger high for Eurostar. The Channel Tunnel operator carried 2.8 million passengers from April to June, with more business travellers
Dutch police have arrested 8 people after finding one of their biggest hauls of illegal weapons. At least 60 pistols and handguns, 9 grenades, 36
A NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite has returned its first view of the entire sunlit side of Earth from one million miles
Mankind’s relationship with nature was the focus of the Climate Summit of Conscience in Paris, hosted by French President Francois Hollande on
Archeologists have recovered the second half of a 2,000-year-old dugout canoe from the Ljubljanica River in the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. The
“This is a farce” shouted the former President of Chad as he was dragged from a court in Senegal, where he is being tried on counts of war crimes
The funeral of French formula one driver Jules Bianchi took place on Tuesday in his hometown of Nice. World champion Lewis Hamilton was among a host
A Lenin statue that had been decapitated after an attack by a Russian has been further damaged after a young man tried to take a selfie alongside the
The New Development Bank became operational on Tuesday in Shanghai. It is driven by the five emerging powers, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South
A Lufthansa plane with 108 passengers on board nearly collided with a drone as it approached Warsaw’s main airport on Monday afternoon, the airline
Burundi’s chief of state has voted in the country’s presidential elections. Many say Pierre Nkurunziza is violating the constitution by running for a
The latest crisis in Burundi was sparked by President Pierre Nkurunziza’s announcement he would run for office a third time. Burundi’s constitution
Celebrated Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel revels in bringing the entire spectrum of Beethoven's symphonies to Colombia in a further triumph for the groundbreaking Simón Bolivar Orchestra
Cutting-edge technology, designed to delve deeper into the human body, has arrived at a research centre in Portugal. The ultra-high field
Turkey says a suspect has been identified in the Suruc attack as images emerge of the moment the deadly bomb exploded.
A man who does not speak a word of French has won the French-language Scrabble World Championship. Nigel Richards from New Zealand beat a
Jurassic World-themed dinosaur toys and Play-Doh have helped boost sales for Hasbro.
The toy maker has posted better-than-expected results with a
In this extra feature Maestro Dudamel tells Musica about what it means to belong to the Simón Bolívar Orchestra and speaks of Beethoven’s importance
A mass funeral has been held in Gaziantep, southern Turkey for 27 of the victims of the suicide bombing in Suruc. Most of those who died in the
IBM has reported a drop in sales for the 13th consecutive quarter. The world’s largest technology services company saw revenue drop 3.5 percent to