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Thousands of people have gathered in Dubai to talk women and diversity. The IMF’s Christine Lagarde and Jordan’s Queen Rania are among the speakers
The future is virtual reality according to Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg speaking at Mobile World Congress, the world's biggest mobile trade show in Barcelona.
Hundreds of Kosovars have erected tents in Pristina’s main square. They are demanding snap elections and the suspension of a parliamentary vote that
Barcelona put one foot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League after beating Arsenal 2-0 in London in the first leg of their last 16 clash. The
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis locked horns with the European establishment, and ultimately had to stand down. But now the bad boy of
Denmark has announced that it will extend temporary controls at the German border for at least ten more days.
Backlog impacts on the Greek capital as Athens stirs up a diplomatic row with Austria
One person has been killed with three missing after a building collapsed at Didcot A Power Station in Oxfordshire, UK.
Barack Obama promised to close the facility in a speech on the day he was elected. 91 inmates are still at the jail in Cuba. Congress firmly opposed to the plan.
In Hollywood they preparing for the Oscars – the movie industry’s biggest night. But how much is all the work papering over the cracks of a world
Chocolate maker Mars inc has recalled Mars bars and Snickers from 55 countries.
For the West, Kurdish fighters are widely considered precious allies in the fight against ISIL. Yet in Britain’s House of Commons on Tuesday, Foreign
The bosses of more than a third of Britain's biggest companies have backed Prime Minister David Cameron's call for the country to vote to stay in the European Union.
The Tihange nuclear power station is causing concern amongst residents living nearby, local politicians say. Belgium’s interior minister met their
Alexander McQueen has made its highly-anticipated return to London for the first time in over a decade. The iconic British label, which usually
Joseph Fiennes stars in a film centred on the resurrection of Christ. He plays a Roman soldier tasked with finding Jesus' body who is drawn into a murder mystery.
The Syrian government says it accepts a plan by Russia and the United States for a ‘cessation of hostilities’ between regime forces and rebels
The foreign ministers of France and Germany are in Ukraine to urge Kyiv to continue on its reformist path.
London-based poet, rapper and singer-songwriter Tiggs Da Author is following up his bouncy debut single 'Georgia' with the infectious 'Run' which has been compared to Pharrell Williams' hit 'Happy'.
The Syrian government said on Tuesday that it accepted a halt to “combat operations” in line with a US-Russian plan, and said it would coordinate
The head of the EU’s border control agency has warned more migrants will arrive on Europe’s shores this year. Fabrice Leggeri said various conflicts
An election campaign stares out at Iranians but the posters are limited by law in size. There are no street meetings, no television spots ahead of
A French court has delayed a decision on whether to demolish part of the Calais migrant camp known as the jungle.
The protests in India that severely disrupted water supplies to Delhi have focused attention on the country’s caste system, which although outlawed
Greek police remove migrants from the border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to try to clear a 'bottleneck' that's creating increasing tension.
For a sixth year running commuters in Mexico City showed off their underwear by taking part in the annual “No Pants Subway Ride.” The multi-city
China and Taiwan celebrated the end of Lunar New Year on Monday night with a spectacular Lantern Festival. Hundreds gathered to release paper
A gay rights group in Germany has opened a new shelter in Berlin for homosexual refugees who are often harrassed by fellow refugees.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on a visit to Burundi has persuaded President Pierre Nkurunziza and the opposition to engage in 'inclusive dialogue' to try to end the bloodshed in the central African
One person has been killed and at least 10 others injured when a passenger train derailed in the Netherlands near the town of Dalfsen, some 120 kilometres east of Amsterdam.