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Anti-austerity lawmakers have ousted Portugal’s centre-right government by rejecting its policy proposals less than two weeks after it was sworn in
Syrian government forces claim to have broken a two-year siege by ISIL militants on an airbase in the north of the country. A military source said
The Ukrainian parliament has adopted another five of the anti-corruption measures necessary to liberalise EU visa requirements for Ukraine. The
Russia is best positioned to bring a resolution to the war in Syria, Jordan’s King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein has told Euronews.
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The French Olympic triathlete Laurent Vidal has died of a heart attack at the age of 31.
Vidal, who competed at two Games and finished fifth at the
Portugal’s centre-right coalition government has fallen less than two weeks after it was sworn in. A group of left-wing parties rejected Passos
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) threatened punishments for those proven to have violated doping rules and it seems heads have started to
Portugal’s centre-right coalition government has fallen less than two weeks after it was sworn in. A group of left-wing parties rejected the
Twenty years ago exactly, on 10 November 1995, an aircraft with an orange logo took off from Luton in England and flew to Glasgow in Scotland
The latest inflation data from China shows persistent deflationary pressure – adding to expectations that more stimulus measures can be expected by
In light of the doping revelations some athletes are questioning the results of competitions involving Russians. At London 2012 Australian Jared
Britain’s finance minister has echoed David Cameron’s confidence that EU reforms can be secured. Speaking in Brussels, George Osborne highlighted
Tourists delayed in Sharm el-Sheikh after a Russian passenger jet crashed 11 days ago are gradually making their way home. Confusion at Egypt airport
The publication of the European Commission’s annual report on Turkey coincided with the day on which the founder of the modern republic, Kemal
Aung San Suu Kyi reaffirms her intention of calling the shots in Myanmar, despite being barred from running for president.
Many Germans will remember the fifth chancellor of the federal republic enjoying a cigarette. Perhaps his country’s best-known chain smoker, Helmut
Former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, who led the country for eight years at the height of the Cold War, has died at the age of 96, his
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has appointed former EU agriculture commissioner Dacian Ciolos as prime minister. #Romania ex-EU commissioner for
The French Economy Minister has said the state is ready to reduce its stake in Renault once taxpayers’ interests are preserved. Emmanuel Macron added
A shopping centre is not the sort of place you would expect to find a giant alligator. But a beast dubbed ‘Godzilla’ had other ideas and wandered to
In the heart of Rome, at the International Academy of Music and Art, an alternative kind of music lesson is underway. Researchers are trying to
A mortar attack has killed at least 22 civilians and injured some 65 in ‘‘Latakia’‘:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latakia in Syria. Death and
Helmut Schmidt, the former West German chancellor, has died at the age of 96. He passed away at home after an infection following the removal of a
Turkey is being urged to lift restrictions on media freedom, respect human rights and relaunch peace talks with Kurdish militants. It comes in the
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Pope Francis on a visit to Prato, a small town near Florence, denounced the exploitation of migrant workers and the sweatshop conditions many are
Bolivians celebrated on Sunday an ancient tradition rooted in indigenous practices where people adorn and honour skulls, called “natitas”, which they
The scandal over Russian doping in athletics could send sponsors running for cover and turn off fans worried that their track and field heroes may be
The world’s largest mobile operator, Britain’s Vodafone, has reported a better-than-expected increase in revenue growth in the second quarter. Its
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the price of oil is unlikely to return to $80 a barrel (74.83 euros) before the end of the decade. This is