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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of bolstering terrorism with comments he made about plans to
The United States on Tuesday announced further easing of sanctions on Cuba, the latest move towards fully restoring relations with Communist-run
The confederation for South America football has a new president. Alejandro Dominguez of Paraguay was the only candidate and received all 10 votes
Find out what migrants themselves think of Denmark's controversial new legislation
Italian police seized assets on Tuesday from football players, agents and club executives as part of an investigation into alleged tax evasion in the
French police clashed with protesting taxi drivers in Paris on Tuesday, amid a day of major strike action across France.
Riot police officers used
Crude prices rose on Tuesday on hopes that OPEC and non-OPEC producers may be edging closer to a deal to pump less oil and address a supply glut.
FIFA confirmed on Tuesday that five candidates will officially enter the race to replace Sepp Blatter as president of world football’s scandal-hit
ISIL attacked the Syrian city of Homs on Tuesday, killing at least 24 people with a car bomb and explosive belt-wearing terrorist. A mainly Alawite
Reports of a shooting at a naval medical centre in San Diego, California appear to have been a false alarm. Navy officials have said that a witness
French President Francois Hollande has rounded off a trip to India, attending a parade in New Delhi to commemorate Republic Day alongside his host
The biggest exhibition of Holocaust art outside Israel was opened in Berlin by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The artwork is by survivors and
The decision comes after criticism of the material German forces used abroad
Italy and Iran sign billions of euros of business deals at the start of a Europe visit by Iran's President Rouhani to rebuild ties with the West after years of economic sanctions.
The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, has invited the Syrian government and opposition to peace talks due to start in
Pope Francis welcomed Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to the Vatican on Tuesday. The two held a private talk that lasted 40 minutes. They discussed
The European Commission’s handling of some bailouts for crisis-hit countries was “generally weak” and inconsistent, according to a new report
Despite Denmark watering down its new immigration law, passed in parliament on Tuesday, it has faced harsh criticism for it. But several lawyers and
Budget airline easyJet says travel demand was dampened by security fears late in 2015 but a recovery in bookings has put it on track to meet annual profit forecasts.
Apple reported its slowest growth ever for iPhone sales in the 2015 holiday quarter due to weaker demand for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Ian is seven years of age. He suffers from chronic encephalitis which affects his language and movement – his motor skills. Now a Swedish
Police and fire-fighters in Paris had to intervene on Tuesday morning after striking taxi drivers threw tyres across a busy ring-road and set them on
Drums started to echo across Rio de Janeiro’s Sambadrome on Sunday (January 24) as the technical rehearsals for the world’s most famous Carnival