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US President Barack Obama has visited Flint, Michigan, after receiving a letter from an eight-year-old resident who was concerned about the city’s
Turkey could be thrown into political uncertainty in a matter of weeks as AKP officials announce the prime minister will not run for re-election as
Real Madrid have set up a repeat of the 2014 Champions League final with city rivals Atletico Madrid after seeing off the challenge of Manchester
The last remaining challenger John Kasich has bowed out of the GOP race, hours after Trump's biggest rival Ted Cruz stepped aside.
The Syrian army has announced it is implementing what it calls “a regime of calm” in the city of Aleppo for 48-hours. It follows intense discussions
Neighbourhoods destroyed, 80 000 evacuated from their homes, no casualties and a baby is born in a refuge centre
Disgraced former CONCACAF president Jeffery Webb is facing a lifetime ban from all football-related activity after FIFA’s ethics committee opened up
The night of the Indiana primary will go down in history as the day to the “Never Trump” movement within the Republican Party collapsed. Just hours
After recently meeting Hillary Clinton, Pearl Love, a transgender woman, says she had an altogether less positive encounter while riding the New York
Those anxiously waiting on the Greek-Macedonian border have reacted angrily to the European Commission’s decision to conditionally recommend
A day after Ted Cruz, the main challenger to Donald Trump for the Republican US presidential nomination, pulled out of the race, Trump’s only
World Cycling’s governing governing body the UCI this week showed off it’s new method of detecting mechanical doping – the sports newest threat. At
Serbs are celebrating the 36th anniversary of the death of Marshal Tito, the Communist leader of the former Yugoslavia, whose death sparked the
As Apple posts its first revenue fall in 13 years and its first ever decline in iPhone sales, Business Line takes an in-depth look at its financial situation and asks what is the 'next big thing'.
The Brief from Brussels is a daily round-up of the important stories making headlines in Europe’s de facto political capital. In this episode: the
Auction house Christies say they are selling the world’s largest green diamond in Hong Kong at the Spring sales which start at the end of May and
The Democratic Republic of Congo has been remembering its favourite son, Papa Wemba, who has been buried in Kinshasa. A private ceremony was held for
The Golden State Warriors mounted a stunning comeback without MVP Steph Curry to beat the Portland Trailblazers and take a 2-0 lead in their
Israeli authorities are discussing whether or not to continue handing back the bodies of people killed while carrying out attacks on soldiers
Ecuador’s earthquake hit provinces have become the centre of national and international aid. The city of Manta in the central area was hardest hit
In Berlin, the German and French foreign ministers are meeting UN envoy Staffan de Mistura and Riad Hijab from the Syrian opposition.
Defending Olympic champion Andy Murray said on Tuesday he would not being staying at the athletes’ village at this summer’s Rio Olympics, instead
For the second time in three seasons and for a third time overall Atletico Madrid have made it to the final of Europe’s top club competition. The
At least one miner has been killed in a blast in a separatist-controlled region of eastern Ukraine. At the time of the gas explosion, 20 people were
There is no let up in the military game of chicken going on between Moscow and NATO, with the Russians announcing on Wednesday the formation of three
Retail sales, business surveys and European Commission forecasts are all pointing towards weaker growth of the eurozone economy in the second quarter of the year.
Born stateless, nowhere they can truely call home. Fifty thousand Syrians have been born without papers in Lebanon according to the United Nations
Seasonal factors meant the number of people registered as unemployed in Spain fell in April by 83,599, but remains above four million where it has been for since 2010.
Italy's highest court has delivered a verdict that is firmly rooted in reality.
The Cruz withdrawal and a commanding win in Indiana means Trump has gone from long-shot contender to the Republicans' presumptive nominee.