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Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro stole the show at the five-yearly Communist party Congress in Havana as he made a rare appearance along side his
Migrants on the Greek islands are being allowed out of the detention camps where they’re being housed, while they wait for their asylum applications
A police officer has been arrested in Egypt allegedly for shooting one man dead and injuring two others reportedly after an argument over a cup of
The original arch in Palmyra may have been destroyed on October 5th, but a five metre high replica has gone on show in Trafalgar Square in London
Switzerland’s star snowboarder Estelle Balet was killed by an avalanche on Tuesday aged 21. Balet was making a promotional film in the canton of
The road to the US presidential nominations has led to New York, with Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump each billed to win on home
The Syrian government’s chief negotiator is pointing the finger at Europe, claiming that ‘terrorism’ is emanating from the EU. As peace talks fall
A flash flood alert has been put in force for large parts of the Houston area in Texas, on top of the deluge that has already struck. The city
Under pressure to curb steel output and relieve a global glut, China says its production actually hit a record high last month.
Turkey must meet all the necessary criteria for visa-free travel in Europe, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday. The
Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan man on the island of Mallorca on suspicion of having close links to Islamic militants. The man has not been
No surprises in Cuba, where the Communist party has agreed that Raul Castro should serve a second term as head of the party. The 84-year old has
Michel Temer became Brazil’s Vice President in 2011. Quietly known by political allies and enemies alike as “The Butler” because of his manners and
Former Chilean president Patricio Aylwin has died aged 97. Aylwin was the first post-Pinochet dictatorship president and managed the transition to
With reigning MVP Steph Curry out of action due to an ankle injury, the record-breaking Golden State Warriors showed off their strength in depth on
Lutz Bachmann, co-founder of Germany’s anti-Islam PEGIDA movement has appeared in court on charges of inciting hatred against migrants. Prosecutors
Amateur video uploaded onto a social media website is said to show the aftermath of airstrikes on a vegetable market in opposition-held territory in
Struggling French first division side Marseille have sacked coach Michel following a disastrous season that has left the Mediterranean side down the
The world’s top male and female tennis players Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic won the Laureus sportsman and sportswoman awards for 2016 at a gala
Dilma Rousseff, the embattled Brazilian president facing possible impeachment on corruption charges, has fired back at her critics for staging what
Oil prices are being supported by a strike by energy workers in Kuwait which has offset an expected price slump following the failure by major oil producers to agree to freeze output levels.
More than 300 custom-made cars were on display at the latest edition of the“Gulf Car Festival in Dubai”:http://carculture.ae/gulf-car-festival-2016/
The 50th anniversary edition of Art Cologne was a special one, bringing together more than 200 galleries from 24 countries. Considering each gallery
A surreal 1970 encounter between Elvis Presley and President Richard Nixon is the subject of the film 'Elvis & Nixon' starring Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon.
New customer forecasts from Netflix are way short of what investors were expecting and so they punished the video streaming service with a sell off of its shares.
The world's biggest, baddest, terrorist group variously known as ISIL, Daesh or ISIS is facing "severe financial challenges":http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/isis-terror/isis-richest-terror-group-worl
IBM has reported its worst quarterly revenue in 14 years as income from newer services, such as cloud and mobile computing, failed to offset declines in its traditional businesses.
After a period when Jerusalem commuters were again at ease with public transport that had been targeted in suicide attacks in the past, people went
Rescue efforts following the earthquake in Ecuador have moved into a third day amid warnings that there is little hope of finding more people alive
Argentina is back selling government bonds for the first time in 15 years having settled a long-running legal battle with investors after it defaulted on its debts in 2001.