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After weeks of public speculation, Bob Dylan has confirmed he will not pick up his Nobel Prize for Literature in person.
The Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
A frozen area of Pluto, known as the ‘heart’ may harbour a slushy ocean between 150 and 200 km beneath its surface, NASA scientists say.
Mayor of New York tells Donald Trump that his proposed deportation plan of illegal immigrants has sparked fear in the ethnically diverse city
The city of Barcelona is preparing to move forward with a plan to introduce its own currency, despite warnings from Spain’s central bank.
US President Barack Obama says a final official goodbye to Europe in Berlin, where he'll discuss the extension of sanctions on Russia.
In Business Line we look at president-elect Donald Trump's rhetoric on the economy and trade to see what it might mean for the US and the world.
The victory, if confirmed, would threaten the Sunni group's supply route from Syria to its last major stronghold in Iraq.
Emerald Isle in Rugby World Cup bid
Norway's coach quits
As international politics begins to turn on its head, next year’s French presidential election has been dubbed the one to watch.
In Syria, government forces have pounded Aleppo for a second day, killing at least 20 people, monitors and medics say.
Israel’s parliament has approved a draft bill to legalise thousands of Jewish settlements on privately-owned Palestinian land in the West Bank.
Yemen on the brink even if Thursday ceasefire holds
The Turkish President has accused Berlin of not being fully committed to the fight against terrorism. Speaking before a trip to Pakistan, Recep Tayyip Erdogan also claimed to have proof of German supp
Olympians honoured in Doha
Germany’s Günther Oettinger denied on Wednesday any wrongdoing after it emerged he accepted a trip on a private jet from a pro-Kremlin lobbyist.
The US president-elect has called climate change a hoax and threatened to tear up the Paris COP21 deal.
The US president touched on globalisation, Donald Trump, the NATO question and the compassion of the Greek people in his foreign farewell.
With the world facing a new American leader-in-waiting who says he wants to pull out of the Paris Climate deal, China says it is ready for global leadership against climate change.
The EU has warned eight eurozone countries that their spending plans for next year risk breaking the bloc’s spending rules.
Britain's jobless rate unexpectedly fell to an 11-year low between July and September, but there were also signs of a possible labour market slowdown.
“Post-truth” has been named International Word of The Year – in the wake of Brexit and the US presidential election.
Britons could have to pay a five-euro fee to enter EU countries in the future, under a new Brussels plan to fight terrorism.
An extraordinary row has broken out over a new book that claims to contain previously unpublished drawings by Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh.
Snapchat seems to move closer to becoming a public company by reportedly filed for an initial public offering of shares to test investor interest.
It’s being hailed as a major medical breakthrough: partially-paralysed monkeys have learned to walk again thanks to a brain implant that uses wireless signals to bypass broken nerves in the spinal cor
Officials are quoted as saying the Hague-based tribunal is not "truly independent" and has not lived up the hopes of the international community.
Microsoft has offered concessions to EU antitrust regulators over its bid for social network LinkedIn.
The national police say the raids, which were ordered by the counter-terrorism force TEK, also netted automatic weapons, handguns and explosives.