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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has acknowledged for the first time that an act of terror may have been behind the downing of a passenger jet
The EU’s foreign policy chief has urged Ukraine to take tougher action against corruption as it moves closer to Europe. Federica Mogherini visited
The French and American presidents have urged for action to tackle global warming following a warning by the World Meteorological Organization that greenhouse gases reached record levels in 2014.
The president of the German Football Association (DFB) has resigned over a payment to FIFA that was allegedly used to bribe officials of the body to
A gunman has killed five people at a police training facility in Jordan before being shot dead by security forces. The country’s embassy in
The US reaffirms support for boosting Israeli security at the two nations' first meeting since the contested Iran nuclear deal.
Facebook has been given 48 hours by a Belgian court to stop tracking Internet users who don’t have profiles with the social media company, or face
It is one of the world’s most precious products, worth more than its weight in gold. Saffron, prized at dinner tables around the world, is a spice
Main roads in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince were virtually empty on Monday (November 9)as a two-day public transport strike got underway against
Russia could be banned from competing in next year’s Olympics after a World-Anti Doping Agency panel accused the country’s government of complicity
Austrian artist Ernst Fuchs has died aged 85. He was an internationally recognised painter, sculptor, poet and music composer who co-founded the
The owner of a Belgian brewery is in low spirits, as unusually warm weather wreaks havoc with production. Brasserie Cantillon, based in Brussels
Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize as an icon of peaceful democratic resistance. She could only receive it in person in 2012, after
A report into doping in athletics recommends that Russia should be banned from international competition including the Rio Olympics in 2016. The
Welcome back to The Corner. On Sunday the spotlight was on Stadion Feijenoord, in Rotterdam, where the Eredivisie ‘‘De Klassieker’‘ took place
The EU has withheld the latest two billion euro tranche of aid to Greece, destined to pay civil service salaries, because allegedly Athens has fallen
Cultural agency UNESCO has narowly voted against granting membership to Kosovo. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, a decade after
Thousands more tourists, particularly from Russia and Britain, have been flown out of the Egyptian resort, as reports say investigators increasingly believe a bomb caused the recent plane crash.
The Russian and British operations to airlift their citizens out of Sharm el-Sheikh are staggering for the Egyptian government. Pouring cold water on
Madrid says it will file an appeal with the Constitutional Court following the Catalan parliament’s vote in favour of initiating proceedings for
Speeding up the relocation of refugees, strengthening borders and fighting human trafficking are up for discussion, as EU interior ministers meet in
In the UK and Canada many wear red poppies on their jackets and clothing to commemorate Remembrance Day. Why do members of the public do this an how did the tradition start?
Finding your way while riding a bike is not always easy – just like driving a car, it requires a simple system that enables users to concentrate on
Portugal's electorate sees the markets make their minds up about their votes, and money flees a possible Socialist-led left coalition coming into office
Following sell-out runs in both the Almeida Theatre and in the West End last Autumn, award-winning play ‘King Charles III’ has made its Broadway
Volkswagen running out of time to prove it is not Das Problem as first board meeting since emissions scandal debates disaster
Based on the hugely popular video game, Warcraft the movie is set to hit the big screen next spring. In development since 2006, the film tells the
In this episode of Postcards we visit the largest of the three Macedonian national parks
Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, held a general election on Sunday, its second since polls in 2010 ended almost a
The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has issued another gloomy outlook for the global economy, its second in a row