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The Netherlands have failed to reach a major tournament finals for the first time since 2002 after they lost to the Czech Republic in their last
Ukraine has defended not closing airspace in the east of the country where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down in July 2014, saying that it
Moscow considers “strange” a request from the Dutch prime minister for Russia to cooperate fully with a probe into the downing of Malaysia Airlines
Goal scoring machine Cristiano Ronaldo has won a record fourth Golden Boot award after leading all scorers in Europe’s domestic leagues last season
The moment a Palestinian rammed his car into a bus stop in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish area of Jerusalem was caught on video from a security camera
More than 20 people had to be rescued from stranded vehicles after flash floods hit a town in eastern Romania late on Monday. A two-year-old child
Four miners died and two were injured when a platform holding up the roof caved in on them at a mine in central Bosnia. Tuesday’s accident occurred
Nudity will soon be history in Playboy. In the face of competition from the Internet and with the blessing of founder Hugh Heffner, 89, the glossy
The FIFA saga took another turn on Tuesday after former executive committee member Worawi Makudi was suspended for 90 days for an alleged breach of
Sir Elton John has gone from Rocket Man to Racket Man after the pop legend took part in his annual charity tennis co,petition in support of John’s
Clashes erupted in the Turkish city of Istanbul on Tuesday (October 13). Trade union members who lost friends and colleagues in Saturday’s twin
The recent storm of violence in Jerusalem and the Israeli-occupied West Bank began on this road between the Jewish settlements of Itamar and Elon
No-one was awaiting the findings of the Dutch Safety Board’s final report into the MH17 disaster more than the relatives of the 298 people who were
In the West Bank clashes erupted after the string of attacks in Jerusalem. In Hebron Israeli security forces responded with rubber bullets to break
Brussels has asked for answers from Budapest amid concern Hungary’s treatment of migrants breaks EU law.
The closure of Hungary’s border with
Twitter is to lay off up to eight percent of its workforce – 336 employees – in an effort to revive growth. The job cuts, mainly in the company’s
Former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse has been released from custody following an alleged plot to blackmail his former Marseille and France
Paul O’Connell’s international rugby career came to a premature end this week. The Ireland captain tore his hamstring during Sunday’s World Cup
The EU has set up "Code Week" to celebrate and promote the basics of computer science.
The global oversupply of oil will persist through next year, according to the International Energy Agency, as growth in demand slows and
Exports not as bad as expected – but imports worse – China’s mixed results have left economists divided over the state of the country’s trade sector
Air traffic control lost contact with MH17 on Thursday 17 July, 2014, at a quarter past three in the afternoon, CET. The Boeing 777 plummeted from
The annual CEATEC show in Tokyo is Japan’s largest consumer electronics gathering. Its name stands for Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies
The revelation that millions of Volkswagen diesel cars had been polluting the air far more than had been claimed has helped send German investor
If at first you don’t succeed, try try again. After being rebuffed several times in its bid to take over SABMiller, brewing giant AB InBev’s
The Dutch Safety Board has concluded that flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made BUK missile. The board published the
Thousands came out on the streets of Zimbabwe’s capital for the biggest party of the year – the annual Harare International Carnival.
Men wielding guns and knives killed at least 3 Israeli and wounded 20 more in a spate of attacks, on a "Day of Rage" called by Palestinian groups.
Set in Ireland and America, Brooklyn is the story of young Ellis Lacey, played by Saoirse Ronan, who finds herself torn between two countries and two
Back in the 17th century there was no such thing as a smartphone, but selfies did exist in a way. The Mauritshuis museum in The Hague currently has an exhibition showcasing such images.