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Erdogan claims Turkey's "right to retaliate" after Ankara bombing
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted immediately to the bombing, issuing an “official statement condemning the
First big aid shipment delivered in Syria
The UN has confirmed that the first large shipments of aid have made it through to five besieged towns in Syria. Aid convoys with food and medical
Champions League: Real and Wolfsburg take big step towards quarter-finals
Former Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo and Jesé Rodríguez both struck in the second half to give Real Madrid the advantage after the first
Greece says it can now register all migrants.
Just hours before EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss migration, Athens announced the opening on Wednesday of four migrant reception centres on
Tour of Oman: Boasson Hagen claims stage two
Norway’s Edvald Boasson-Hagen timed his sprint perfectly to claim the second stage of the Tour of Oman on Wednesday. The 28-year-old looked in great
At least 28 dead as car bomb targets military in Turkish capital Ankara
A bomb attack in the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara – apparently targeting the country’s military – has killed nearly 30 people and injured more
Four cities determined to host 2024 Olympics
The race to host the 2024 Olympics is now in full swing as the International Olympic Committee confirmed four cities had submitted the first part of
Car bomb targeting military buses kills 28 in Turkish capital Ankara
A large explosion in the Turkish capital Ankara has killed 28 people. Officials said a vehicle laden with explosives detonated as military buses passed close to Turkey's military headquarters.
Dreaming of Britain - Calais migrants don't give up hope
As EU leaders set their sights on trying to reach a deal to keep the UK in the bloc, refugees in Calais are still longing to reach British shores.
Ryanair's business plans and Uber's nemesis in China
Ryanair expands in Greece. We talks to CEO Michael O'Leary, who in the past has criticised the country's government. And Didi Kuaidi, the hugely popular ride-hailing app you've probably never hear of.
Yemen struggles to see way out of war
The war in Yemen approaches its 11th month in an atmosphere of mounting civilian casualties, accuses the UN, which says it has the figures to prove
Moscow authorities defend bulldozing of small businesses
The authorities in Moscow have defended their right to demolish small businesses they say are illegal and unsafe. Last week they sent bulldozers to
Putin and Orban talk migrants, EU relations and gas in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin has welcomed Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Moscow.
Egypt's best known journalist Mohamed Heikal dies at 92
Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, the Arab world’s best known political commentator, died on Wednesday at age 92, Egyptian state television reported
Beckenbauer sanctioned by FIFA over failure to cooperate
FIFA’s ethics committee has warned and fined Germany’s World Cup-winning captain and coach Franz Beckenbauer for stonewalling an investigation. The
Messi scores from impossible angle
Fresh from pulling off a piece of penalty magic to help Barcelona thump Celta Vigo 6-1 at the Camp Nou, Lionel Messi, who was crowned the world’s
Erdogan: Turkey will 'give as good as it gets' against Kurdish forces
Turkey’s president has insisted that the country’s military will not stop shelling Kurdish positions in Syria in response to cross-border fire. It
Modern warfare brings ancient Aleppo to its knees
Syrian government forces are tightening the noose on the city of Aleppo, which since almost the very start of the Syrian civil war has mostly been in
Mass anti-government rally in Pristina to mark Kosovo independence
Tens of thousands have gathered in the Kosovan capital, Pristina, to call for the resignation of the government and early elections. The day marks
LA Galaxy unveil De Jong as Nicky Butt returns home
The Los Angeles Galaxy officially unveiled their new signing Nigel de Jong on Tuesday. The former Dutch international negotiated a release from the
Brexit deal: Crunch time for Britain at EU summit
A Brexit or no Brexit. That is the issue at the heart of a crunch summit in Brussels this Thursday and Friday. EU leaders will try to strike a deal
Iran cool on oil production freeze plan
Iran has said it supports in principle the freezing of oil production but stopped short of offering to limit its output in response to a Saudi and Russian proposal aimed at pushing up prices.
Syria aid convoys on way to deliver supplies to starving civilians
Aid convoys in Syria are said to be on their way to deliver supplies to people trapped in besieged areas. Lorries have been seen leaving Damascus
India chasing Vodafone in tax dispute over Hutchison deal
India's tax office is pushing for billions in a dispute with Vodafone, even though the matter is the subject of an international arbitration process.
UK jobless rate unchanged, wage growth slows
Unemployment in the UK fell by 60,000 in the final three months of 2015, but despite the strong labour market wage growth slowed.
Polish film director Andrzej Żuławski dies at 75
The Polish film director and writer Andrzej Żuławski has died at the age of 75. He had been suffering from cancer. His death was confirmed by the
Obama poo-poos Trump's presidential ambitions
US President Barack Obama believes the Republican frontrunner in the race for the White House will lose out on the presidency.
Politics invades the pitch in Turkish football
Football. is Turkey's most popular sport. But, with the ongoing clashes in the largely Kurdish southeast, the pitch is being invaded more and more frequently by politics.
Apple refuses court order to unlock IPhone of San Bernardino killer
Tech giant Apple has been ordered to assist the F.B.I to unlock the IPhone used by one of the attackers in the San Bernardino shootings that left 14
The Little Prince is out of this world in Don't Leave Your Planet
The Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi, famous for hosting the Winter Olympic Games in 2014 is also the host city for the annual Winter International