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Witnesses at the scene of the collapsed Golden Dragon building in Tainan say they have seen cans of cooking-oil packed inside wall cavities exposed by the damage, apparently having been used as buildi
Republican Donald Trump and Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders have taken the New Hampshire primary. While Hillary Clinton quickly conceded defeat
North Korea, which launched a long range rocket on Sunday in defiance of international warnings, has restarted plutonium production, according to
The Paris 2024 Olympic bid committee unveiled on Tuesday their new Eiffel Tower-inspired logo at a ceremony in the French capital. The design
With the White House in the distance, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Yet many in New Hampshire – the second state to pick its party nominees for the
German media, quoting sources close to investigation, cite human error as cause of collision At least 10 dead 81 injured, 18 in serious condition Two
Some 13 thousand spectators lined the shores of Big Bay Beach in Cape Town, South Africa to watch the world’s best compete in the King-of-the-Air
The United Nations warned on Tuesday that the Syrian government assault on Aleppo could cut off food supplies to 300,000 civilians still living
Even as stock market indexes slid further, French and German finance chiefs meeting in Paris warned against over-reacting to signs of economic weakness.
A tent city has sprung up on Syria’s border with Turkey, which is still resisting UN and EU calls to open the crossing and let refugees through
“The re-evaluation of core European values is inevitable if we are seriously committed to integrating refugees,” says György Tatár, international
South African President Jacob Zuma’s legal headache is just the latest problem he has been backed into. His critics say that in the past this has
Norway’s Alexander Kristoff claimed stage two of the Tour of Qatar on Tuesday after holding off the challenge of Mark Cavendish in a sprint finish
The US presidential race kicks off in earnest. All is to play for as New Hampshire holds the country's first Primary election.
Moscow has begun the large-scale demolition of kiosks and small shopping centres. Sergei Shogurov, head of the capital’s real estate inspectorate
Spain’s Princess Cristina, the first member of the country’s royal family ever to face trial returned to court in Mallorca on Tuesday. Cristina one
The Director of the United State’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has warned American athletes about the risks of travelling
Kyle Lowry starred as the Atlantic Division-leading Toronto Raptors beat the Detroit Pistons on home court in Michigan. There was nothing much to
Russia is enjoying a tourism boom of Chinese visitors who have become the largest group of foreign visitors with numbers more than doubling last year compared with 2014.
Two high-profile baseball playing brothers from Cuba have reportedly abandoned a team travelling in the Dominican Republic with national media
“We want to strengthen democracy and prevent the EU’s disintegration.” The message from former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, as he
All eyes are on New Hampshire this Tuesday in the race to become the next US president. It is holding the first primary in the state-by-state process
No jobs. Little left standing. A long wait to cross a frontier made by a war few Ukrainian farmers understand, and which cuts them off from their market...if they could grow anything. Near Luhansk, li
Black-and-white baby branches out
The International Energy Agency thinks oil prices won't rise significantly this year as declines in US output take time and OPEC is unlikely to agree with other producers to cut output.
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A Brazilian inventor has created a garage made electrical and water-powered motorcycle which he claims can travel up to 500 kilometres on just one litre of water.
French drugmaker Sanofi has pledged its 2016 earnings will be stable despite declining sales of diabetes and cancer treatments.
Tour operator TUI is to develop new destinations as bookings drop to countries like Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia after terrorist attacks.
Bosnian Serb General Zdravko Tolimir, serving a life sentence for genocide during the Balkan wars of the 1990s, has died in detention in the Hague