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Egypt has opened up the tomb of King Tutankhamun’s wet-nurse to international tourists for the first time since it was discovered in 1996. The
Slovenia’s Peter Prevc produced a stunning performance to complete a weekend sweep of ski jump World Cup events at Engelberg on Sunday. The
The parents of the victim, who later died from her injuries, were among the demonstrators
Reigning German champions Bayern Munich have announced that Pep Guardiola is to leave the club at the end of this season and will be replaced by
A first round of talks ended without agreement in Switzerland, but the UN says progress has been made
Spanish giants Barcelona secured the Club World Cup for a third time with an emphatic 3-0 win over River Plate in the showpiece match in Japan
The government says more than 110 militants have been killed in gun battles
Hello and welcome back to Gravity. Although unseasonably warm weather in Europe’s Alps has left skiers and snowboarders unable to show off their
A bomb scare that forced an Air France flight into an emergency landing in Kenya on Sunday turned out to be a hoax.
The national parties have been struggling to come up with proposals to appease the separatist movement
More than 20 industrial buildings collapsed and were left buried in mud after a landslide hit the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on Sunday morning
A ferocious fire burned down some 250 stores in a bazaar in the Turkish capital Ankara on Sunday morning (December 20). The cause of the fire was not
An explosion blamed on gas has devastated an apartment building in the southern Russian city of Volgograd. The blast, which occured around midday on
More than 130 fires raged on Sunday (December 20) across northern Spain, where unusually warm and dry weather made it difficult to contain the
Opinion polls suggest the incumbent prime minister of the conservative People's Party will scrape through, but without an absolute majority
Thousands accuse Poland’s new government of a ‘creeping’ dictatorship. Demonstrations were held in more than 20 Polish cities but also abroad, in
A crowd of more than 1,000 people, some coming straight from work or home in their everyday clothes, others dressed as Jedis and other “Star Wars”
False alarm: Air France flight AF 463 from Mauritius to Paris was forced into an emergency landing after a suspicious device was found on board in the lavatory.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidates clashed over health care, gun control and the fight against ISIL in their third televised debate on Saturday
The Lebanese Shi'ite Hezbollah group says Samir Qantar was killed in an Israeli air strike in Syria.
Experts agree that Spain, which has been struggling economically, is seeing the end of a long-established two-party system.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia is not using all its military capability in Syria and could do more if necessary. He was speaking at a Kremlin
Italian authorities have stopped a cull of olive trees in the south of the country that was ordered by the EU earlier this year over fears of a
For the second consecutive week thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Poland’s cities to protest against the new conservative