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Iceland's radical Pirate party senses victory in parliamentary poll
Iceland ‘s anti-establishment Pirate Party is on course to either win or finish second in the country’s parliamentary elections on Saturday.
Talks aims to salvage Colombia's fragile FARC deal
Colombia’s government and FARC rebels have been back at the negotiating table in the Cuban capital Havana.
Filipino sailors freed by pirates arrive home in Manila
Five Filipino sailors – held captive by Somali pirates for more than four years – have arrived in Manila.
Cholera outbreak worsens, as UN agency warns over malnutrition in war-torn Yemen
Eighteen months of war has left the country with few functioning medical facilities and clean water supplies.
Green-eyed 'Afghan girl' in court on fake ID card charge
The famous green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ has appeared in court in Peshawar, accused of having a fake Pakistani identity card.
Maradona 'House of God' museum opens in Argentina
A new museum has opened up in Buenos Aires, in Argentina, dedicated to the football great Diego Maradona.
FBI reopens probe into Hillary Clinton's emails
Coming just 11 days before the election, the FBI described finding new 'emails pertinent to the investigation' when announcing their intention to reexamine the case.
Judoka's honour the sport's founder with fine display on day one of Abu Dhabi Grand Slam
Born on October 28, 1860, Jigoro Kano became the founder of judo, a sport of tradition based on a moral code.
Venezuela's opposition struggles to garner support for a general strike
A 12-hour general strike in Venezuela appears to have had little effect, despite support for the opposition party which called for a shutdown.
Clashes erupt as Pakistan's prime minister faces mounting calls to quit
Clashes have erupted on the streets of the Pakistani capital Islamabad and Rawalpindi, as pressure mounts on the country’s prime minister to resign over corruption…
Video: Meet Pizza the world's 'saddest polar bear'
In a video released by animal rights group Humane Society International (HSI) last Thursday, Pizza, the world’s “saddest polar bear”, was purportedly
Drone footage shows extent of damage in quake-stricken villages in Italy
Drone footage shows the intensity of the recent earthquakes in Italy.
Uber loses UK driver employment case
Uber should no longer treat its drivers as self-employed, a British employment tribunal has ruled, dealing a major blow to its business model.
Spain's economy still growing but expansion slows slightly
Spain's economy continues to grow, but it expanded at a slightly slower pace from July to September, rising 0.7 percent from the previous quarter.
The Moroccan gateway to Cop 22
Morocco is leading the way in solar energy and benefiting from its most powerful natural resource while protecting the environment and creating jobs
New footage shows Malta plane crash fireball
New footage has emerged of plane crash in Malta that killed five people.
Smart Stadiums leading the way in boosting fan experience
The focus of attention on the second and final day of the World Football Summit in Madrid was firmly on technological development of the game and the fan…
Georgians prepare to vote in parliamentary election run-off
Georgians go the polls this weekend for the second round run-off of the parliamentary elections.
Transatlantic trade and defense cooperation after the US elections
TTIP, NATO... whether it's Trump or Clinton as President what might collaboration across the pond look like in the near future?
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EU regulators back Gazprom's increased use of key pipeline
EU regulators have given their green light for Russia’s Gazprom to send more gas through a key pipeline in Germany.
Children still stranded after Calais camp bulldozed
Up to 200 children spent the night at a makeshift school on the edge of the Calais ‘jungle’ after spending the previous night sleeping rough.
Russia 'asks to resume air strikes' in Aleppo as rebel offensive begins
Syrian rebels say they are pushing forward with a huge offensive aimed at breaking a weeks’ long government siege on eastern Aleppo.
Moldova to choose between Russia and Europe at the ballot box
Moldova heads for the polls
Exports boost US economic growth
The US economy grew at its fastest pace in two years in the third quarter - up 2.9 percent - helped by a surge in exports.
The Mosaic Tile House in LA tells a love story in colour and ceramics
The house is a work of art
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Child prodigies, Budapest's secret sex truck and a new head for the baby Jesus.
French economy returns to growth in Q3, but lacklustre
French economic growth was up by just 0.2 percent from July to September rebounding only slightly after a small contraction in the previous quarter.
Mamma Mia it's virtual Abba
A virtual reality time machine, which captures the essence of Abba.
EU's 'dirty deal' with Turkey is a 'betrayal' of European values, says Turkish journalist
Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of Cumhumriyet, a newspaper that is staunchly critical of the Turkish government.