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Fifteen years after the US invasion to oust the Taliban the country remains reliant on international aid and faces a resurgent militant threat.
Journalists protest after Turkey closes down critical TV station.
Yahoo is said to have built a custom-made software program to scan all of its clients’ incoming emails on behalf of the US government.
The government announced the policy change saying that the European convention on human rights (ECHR) was being misused and judgements went beyond their remit.
The constitutional amendment proposed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will be presented to parliament by Monday (October 10).
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The International Monetary Fund has warned further economic stagnation will fuel more populist sentiment against trade and immigration.
A German comedian accused of insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will not face any further action after the criminal charges were dropped.
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Top officials inside Spain’s ruling Popular Party, have appeared in court in Madrid on charges of fraud.
Classed category 4 out of a possible 5, winds speeds were hitting up to 280km per hour, two people were killed and one is missing as a result of the monster storm.
The French government has moved to preserve Alstom jobs by ordering 21 high speed trains even without high speed lines for them to run on.
Andy Murray, on the hunt for his first China Open title, got off to a flyer against Italy's Andreas Seppi in Beijing.
Just a few weeks ago, the world focused on US Secretary of State, John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov.
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has had her two-year doping ban reduced on appeal.
Protesters and police clash as demonstrations over tuition fee increases at Wits University escalate.
Tough times in the telecoms industry mean Swedish mobile phone exchange equipment maker Ericsson is cutting 3,900 jobs - a fifth of its workforce.
Pope Francis has made a surprise visit to Amatrice and other towns in central Italy devastated by an earthquake six weeks ago.
Because of a disastrous economic crisis, in the 'oil rich' country, Venezuelan hospitals cannot cope and many are dying.
A trio of British-born scientists has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for their discoveries about strange or unusual forms of matter - and it can be explained by baking.
The number of people in Spain registering as unemployed rose in September as the jobs boost of a strong tourist seasons wears off.
Russia is the latest place to get Apple's contactless payment service, bringing to 10 the number of countries where it works.
MEPs have given their backing to the UN climate deal agreed in Paris last year.
Greek police fired tear gas and pepper spray at pensioners during an anti-austerity protest in which some of the elderly demonstrators tried to tip over a riot police bus blocking a road to the prime
A major rescue operation took place off the Libyan coast and included the rescue dozens of people travelling on a wooden boat that had departed from Sabratha.
India’s ancient heritage plans to open at night for the first time.
Hundreds of demonstrators from Belgium’s Polish community troop to EU institutions, to join the “Black Monday” protest against a bill in Poland that seeks a total ban on…
Three British scientists have won this year’s Nobel Prize for physics for their work on exotic states of matter.