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Libya’s coast guard said it intercepted a dinghy carrying more than 100 African migrants on Monday (May 16). Matza Samwe, a migrant from Nigeria
With this year’s Olympic Games just around the corner, Rio de Janeiro’s mayor is trying to dampen down fears over the Zika virus. Eduardo Paes says
The Italian city of Rome is to open its first archaeological metro station. Ancient Roman ruins and mosaics have been discovered during work on the
Hundreds of thousands of fans gathered in the streets of Leicester on Monday as the city’s football team paraded on an open top bus to celebrate
Australian athletes at this summer’s Rio Olympics will be supplied with condoms which offer “near complete” protection against the mosquito-borne
The Colombian government has agreed a plan to reintegrate child soldiers from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, into society. The
A food fight between Europe and the US over protection for products like Feta cheese, Champagne and Parma ham could block the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade deal.
The fiftieth anniversary of the start of Cultural Revolution is being remembered, but not in China. There are no official events planned by the
Incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been cleared by an Italian court of any wrongdoing in a match fixing scandal dating back to 2011. The
A campsite in Belgium has had to be evacuated after 75 people showed symptoms of food poisoning. Some of them, including children, were taken to
Polish police say they have uncovered an illegal cigarette factory in the Warsaw area. Over seven million cigarettes and three tons of tobacco were
Archaeologists have uncovered a haul of treasures while diving in Israel. Statues and thousands of coins are among the haul, located in an ancient
US presidential hopeful Donald Trump said he was unlikely to have a good relationship with David Cameron. The British prime minister has criticised
Demonstration in central Nairobi turns violent.
Oil prices jumped to their highest in six months after forecasters at Goldman Sachs said the world now has a deficit rather than a glut of crude.
Almost half of the films in the official competition at Cannes this year are supported by the EU MEDIA programme. The project – celebrating 25 years
The ‘special relationship’ between the US and the UK could be on rocky ground, if Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump takes office in
It was party time in Barcelona, Lisbon and Istanbul over the weekend. Barcelona and their fans celebrated the club’s 24th domestic league crown. For
At the inaugural CES Asia the focus was on three major themes: connectivity, innovation and the Internet of Things. But despite the themes, it was
Moody's has upgraded Ireland's credit rating due to better than expected growth. They put it up by one notch to A3 with a positive outlook.
The Cannes Film Festival is not just about competition. And it’s not simply about glitz and glamour. There are more strings to its bow. Such as
The Roman emperor Nero who ruled from 54AD to 68AD gets a lot of bad press.
The EU is facing further criticism over its handling of the migrant crisis. The UN high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, is reported to
VTB, Russia's second-largest bank, made a net profit in the first quarter of just 600 million roubles (8.1 million euros) while saying it sees "stabilisation" in the Russian economy.
A Singaporean company called ‘Black Tidings’ is at the centre of an investigation of payments made by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic bidding committee and
H&M said unusually cold weather in several key markets led to a smaller than expected sales rise in April.