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Thousands attend "human tower" competition in Spain
A group from Vilafranca has won the celebrated “human tower” competition for the eighth consecutive time.
Colombians head to the polls to vote on a historic peace deal with the FARC
Recent polls show two-thirds are likely to vote in favour of the agreement signed between the President and the head of the FARC on Monday.
Ricciardo shines in Malaysia as Hamilton retires
Daniel Ricciardo claimed his maiden Formula One win of the season at the Malaysian Grand Prix after reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead with a blown…
Hungary referendum on EU migrant quotas invalid, less than 50% turnout
The majority have rejected EU migrant quotas, but the turnout wasn’t high enough to pass the 50% threshold to make it valid.
LIVE: 2016 Ibrahim Index - A Decade of African Governance
The 2016 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) will be released on Monday, October 3, 2016 under the theme: A Decade of African Governance.
2024 Games: Thomas Bach and Francois Hollande discuss Paris bid
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach met with French President Francois Hollande on Sunday to discuss Paris’ bid for the 2024 Games.
Cairocomix exhibition opens in Cairo
Some say there's never been a greater need for comedy in Egypt than now.
Trump offends again
Donald Trump mocks Hillary Clinton's recent bout of pneumonia saying "she can't make it 15 feet to her car"
Ryder Cup 2016: United States lead Europe by three going into final day
Team USA will head into the final day of the Ryder Cup with a three-point advantage over Darren Clarke’s men at Hazeltine.
Pope holds mass for 'little flock' in majority Muslim Azerbaijan
Pope Francis has capped off his Caucasus tour with a flying visit to Azerbaijan.
UK PM May sets Brexit trigger deadline for March 2017
It is the first major decision made on Brexit since May came to power, and should appease her own party as well as EU countries who are keen to get the ball rolling.
Ethiopian festival ends in deadly stampede
A festival has ended in bloodshed in Ethiopia.
Turnout crucial to Hungary referendum result
Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban did but the question is how many other Hungarians will?
Formula 1: Ricciardo leads Red Bull one-two as Hamilton retires
Daniel Ricciardo claimed his maiden Formula One win of the season in Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix after reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton
International balloon fiesta in Albuquerque
The 45th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is underway and is expected to attract close to a million visitors to central New Mexico.
Fireworks in Hong Kong for China National Day
A massive fireworks display took place on Saturday evening over Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour to celebrate China’s National Day.
Owners have their pets blessed in Manila
Hundreds of pet owners have had their animals blessed at a Manila shopping mall on Saturday, ahead of the feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of…
Aleppo's main hospital on rebel side bombed again
The largest hospital in the rebel held side of Aleppo has been bombed for the second time in just four days, killing at least three people.
Hungarians vote in referendum on migrant quotas
Hungarians voted on Sunday in a controversial referendum on whether they want to accept EU migrant quotas.
Jamaica braces for Hurricane Matthew
It’s the fiercest storm to cross the Caribbean for years – and it has Jamaica in its sights.
Mexico: Villagers forced to flee as 'Volcano of Fire' erupts
It is known as the Volcano of Fire.
Syria: Aleppo hospital hit again as fighting intensifies
Heartbreaking images of a baby girl said to have been rescued from the rubble of a building in war-torn Syria have stirred strong emotions worldwide.
Global protests for an end to Aleppo air strikes
They called it ‘The Global Day of Rage for Aleppo’.