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Gianni Infantino has been in charge of FIFA for just two weeks, but he’s already taking steps to right the alleged wrongs carried out under the
Five-times European champions Bayern Munich qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday night after overcoming Juventus in
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her party had a ‘hard day’ after the anti-immigrant party AfD made big gains in state elections, campaigning
Dawn raids took place in Paris and nearby Seine-Saint-Denis
Officials say human rights, press freedom and the Cyprus question are three potential deal-breakers.
Austrian Mirjam Puchner waited until the final downhill of the women’s 2015/2016 World Cup campaign to celebrate the first race win of her career
Twelve days of parliamentary pomp and ceremony have ended in China with the adoption of a new five-year plan for the economy. It was agreed with a
The US Federal reserve has left interest rates unchanged, but says that moderate growth and what it called “strong job gains” means it will be able
Former President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is to take over as chief of staff for current leader Dilma Rousseff at a time of economic and
A court in Germany has rejected a Volkswagen customer’s attempt to cancel his VW contract after the company’s emissions scandal. The German carmaker
Hosts of this year’s ICC World T20, India, suffered a shock opening round defeat at the hands of New Zealand. New Zealand had never lost to India in
More than 14 million votes were cast across five states in the so-called "Super Tuesday II"
German Chancellor speaks to the Bundestag the day before the start of a crucial EU summit
Swiss skier Beat Feuz won the last men’s downhill race of the season on Wednesday at the World Cup finals in St. Moritz. Feuz finally hit the top
In this Japan Special, Focus show host Serge Rombi examined how and why the world’s third largest economy continues to attract investors and
Demonstrators, led by the Socialist group in the European Parliament, have called for EU member countries to stop building walls to keep out refugees
The healthcare sector is undergoing a digital transformation, and patients like Ahmed Belabbes are at the frontline. The 28-year-old Frenchman has
Angelina Jolie is no stranger to the spotlight, but the Hollywood actress received a riotous welcome on a trip to Piraeus port, near Athens, to
The Indiana Pacers downed the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The two teams evenly exchanged blows in the
The French football federation have temporarily kept Karim Benzema on the suspended list while he remains at the centre of a sex-tape bribery
Authorities in Belgium say jihadi items were found after a police shootout in Brussels on Tuesday. The country’s prosecutor said the gunman killed
New car sales in Europe jumped by 14% in February, the 30th straight month of growth. Only the Greek and Dutch markets declined. Even Volkswagen
The IMF says the Ivory Coast economy continues to grow and will post 8.5% this year, a tad down on last year’s 8.6%. Inflation is also forecast to
Otto Warmbier is accused of trying to steal a banner bearing a propaganda slogan from a hotel
World football's governing body says its reputation and business interests have been damaged by being implicated in sport's biggest corruption scandal.
A US Senate panel has recommended federal laws covering the entire country be put in place for the oncoming driverless car revolution, and has warned
European traders are wondering if it will be third time lucky after previous failed attempts, but the London and Frankfurt stock exchanges have again
Soccer’s governing body FIFA said on Wednesday that members of its executive committee had in the past sold their votes in World Cup hosting
EU leaders are set to meet on Thursday and Friday. They are going to be discussing and, they hope, finalising a migration deal with Turkey.