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Spain could be heading for constitutional tension after Catalonian President, Artur Mas, signed a decree on Monday clearing the way for elections on
US President Barack Obama has unveiled a ramped-up plan to cut carbon emissions from power plants. Speaking in Washington, he declared climate change
Parts of South East Asia have been battered by fatal floods. The Indian state of Manipur has been under incessant monsoon rains for several weeks
President of world athletics’ governing body IAAF, Lamine Diack has defended his organization’s anti-doping record amid recent allegations of
French air crash investigators have met with Malaysian officials to co-ordinate the probe into missing flight MH370. The fresh impetus is a result of
UK landlords are being warned they will face severe penalties in the future if they rent out properties to illegal migrants. The British government
Oil prices slumped to six month lows on Monday with Brent – the global benchmark for crude – down 4.3 percent to bottom at 49.99 dollars a barrel the
A four-storey apartment building in Madrid has collapsed just hours after firefighters evacuated residents. Occupants heard creaking at 4am and
At least twenty people have been injured, some seriously, when two cranes fell onto a row of houses in the western Dutch city of Alphen aan den Rijn
Italian police have arrested 11 suspects linked to the fugitive mafia boss of Sicily’s Cosa Nostra, after cracking a secret sheep-farming code for
As Tehran’s political maneuverings begin in earnest ahead of February’s parliamentary elections. A group of ex-cabinet ministers and allies of former
The main Greek stock index, the Athex ended the day down by 16.23 percent recovering from a 22.87 percent drop minutes after opening.
Catalans are set to go to the polls next month. Once again, independence for the autonomous region is on the agenda. The region is one of 17 in Spain
A Moroccan man is said to have suffocated after stowing away in a suitcase for a ferry crossing to Almeria in Spain. The 27-year-old was found in the
FIFA President Sepp Blatter relinquished his ex officio IOC membership seven months before he is due to retire from his post, IOC President Thomas
There is little doubt the Calais migrant crisis, which has reared its head again in recent weeks, has sparked emotive language on both sides of the
Saudi King Salman cuts short planned three-week holiday after just eight days. It comes after some 150,000 residents of the French riviera town of Vallauris signed a petition over the closure of a pub
Amnesty International claim that Brazil’s military police have been responsible for the deaths of over 1,000 people in Rio de Janeiro between 2010
China has been hit by a series of disappointing economic results with factory activity contracting the most in two years. New orders fell dashing
US President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan is set to be the most ambitious climate change policy ever to be taken up by an American president. The
Police in the United Kingdom are being investigated over claims they tried to cover up allegations of child sex abuse against former Prime MInister
Putin spokesman Dimitry Peskov made the papers in Sochi, Russia, over the weekend, but not simply for his extravagant wedding. He was snapped kissing
It is one-year to the day that ISIL militants attacked Iraq’s Yazidi minority in Sinjar Province. The violence prompted 40,000 Yazidi to seek
HSBC has beaten expectations with a 10 percent rise in first-half profit. The unexpected jump has been driven by a strong performance in Hong
A boost for factory output in the eurozone. That’s what business surveys reflected for activity during July which grew faster than previously
Things are looking up for Ultimate Frisbee with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) granting full recognition to the sport.
At least 27 people have been killed and dozens injured after a Syrian army fighter jet crashed into a busy marketplace in the northwestern town on Ariha.
More than 1,700 attempts to cross the Eurotunnel to Britain were stopped overnight on Sunday, according to French police. It comes as the
Russia’s Media regulator Roskomnadzor could outlaw emojis that depict same-sex relationships.
An investigation into the use of the electronic
Chinese police are investigating allegations that two distillers added Viagra to their liquor in the country’s latest food-safety scare.