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Assad calls parliamentary elections in Syria
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has called parliamentary elections to be held on April the 13th. The announcement came shortly after news of the
US and Russia broker ceasefire for Syria
Calais camp migrants await eviction order ruling
In Calais people living in the migrant camp are still unsure of what will happen to their makeshift homes. A French judge is set to rule on the
Samuel Willenberg the last survivor of Treblinka laid to rest in Israel
The funeral has taken place in Israel of Samuel Willenberg. He was one of only 67 people known to have survived the notorious Nazi death camp
Chelsea cruise past Man City in FA Cup, Bayern Munich continue march towards Bundesliga title
Chelsea eliminated Manchester City from the FA Cup in emphatic style, while Bayern Munich continue their charge towards a fifth consecutive crown.
Powerlifting: Rahman breaks world record
Some 200 athletes from 40 nations gathered in Dubai for the latest IPC Powerlifting World Cup event – an event that many used to improve their
Russia's central bank governor wants to lower risks from forex fluctuations
Russian central bank governor Elvira Nabiullina says the bulk of banking loans in Russia should be in roubles to minimise risks related to currency fluctuations.
Polish authorities claim papers prove Walesa's Communist ties
Ceasefire agreed in Syria - Washington and Moscow
Would a UN-backed government save Libya's oilfields?
Oilfields in Libya are likely to come under further attack unless a United Nations-backed government is approved. The comments come from the head of
Ukraine's Crimean Tatar protest song Eurovision choice likely to irk Russia
Ukrainian music lovers have chosen their entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, and the television audience decided to stick two fingers in
Virtual reality takes centre stage at Mobile World Congress
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is one of those betting that virtual reality and augmented reality are going to take off in a wide range of businesses and become an essential part of our households.
Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs why Britain must stay in the European Union
Brexit would make fight against terror harder, says Europol chief
Police in Britain would struggle to prevent terror attacks and fight organised crime if the country votes to leave the EU. That’s according to the
German government slams migrant attacks
The German government has condemned the latest outbreak of far-right, anti-migrant sentiment in the country as “shameful”. Szenen in #Clausnitz
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Fears of a bottleneck as Macedonian-Greek border restrictions tightened
Clashes broke out on Greece’s northern border as dozens of migrants attempted to tear down and climb over a fence into the Former Yugoslav Republic
Budapest celebrates 90 years of György Kurtág
As Hungarian composer György Kurtág celebrates his 90 th birthday Budapest is marking his career with a week- long festival.
Australian authorities decide to deport 'Baby Asha'
Australian officials have come under fire over the contentious case of Asha, a baby born in Australia to Nepalese parents. It has been decided that
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Pound slumps on Boris related 'Brexit' fears
London's Mayor Boris Johnson promising to campaign for a 'Brexit' caused the British pound to slumped in value against the dollar, the euro and the yen on Monday.
HSBC post unexpected quarterly loss, confirms 'princeling' probe
HSBC confirms it's part of US regulators probe into hiring of people tied to Asian government officials, announces lower than expected profit, warns of "bumpier financial environment" from China slowd
Virtual reality as a tool in the quest to treat phobias
Nathalie is agoraphobic and acrophobic, both anxiety disorders, the former involves fear of places or situations that may cause panic, the latter a pathological fear of heights.
European Commission won't campaign for Britain to remain in EU
Cycling: Nibali celebrates overall Tour of Oman victory
Vincenzo Nibali sounded the warning bells to his principle rivals on Sunday after the Italian champion secured overall victory at the Tour of Oman
Arrest warrant issued for man behind President Dilma Rousseff's election campaign - reports
In Brazil it’s reported an arrest warrant has been issued for the man behind President Dilma Rousseff’s successful election campaign. It’s understood
Watch: 106-year-old woman dances with Barack and Michelle Obama!
106-year-old Virginia McLaurin was so excited when she met US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle that she busted out some dance moves with
Protests as fresh round of TTIP trade deal talks begin
Renzi drawn into Italian civil unions bill debate
With the Italian parliament in deadlock, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has been drawn into the debate over legal recognition and protection for gay
Migrant documentary 'Fuocoammare' wins Golden Bear in Berlin