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Dozens of people have been killed in Afghanistan in one of the worst outbreaks of violence in recent weeks.
Disaster struck for some of the best-placed competitors with just four days to go in the Africa Eco race.
A peace deal in Cyprus is difficult but possible – that was the message from a senior UN official as the leaders of the ethnically divided island arrived for day two of talks in…
The business end of the Dakar rally has arrived, and Sebastien Loeb and Sam Sunderland are looking good for race wins after stage eight.
Smoking is on the rise according to the World Health Organisation and the costs far outweigh global revenues from tobacco taxes.
A prosecutor at Greece’s Supreme Court has recommended rejecting an extradition request for two out of eight Turkish soldiers who fled their home country after a failed coup attempt in…
Iceland has a new centre-right coalition government after a two-month impasse.
Clare Hollingworth, the rookie reporter who broke the news that World War Two had begun, has died.
The Italian postal police claim to have broken up a cyber-espionage ring that has allegedly been collecting sensitive data for years.
The last week of the Vendee Globe has arrived and just two sailors appear to be in with a chance of victory, a Breton and a Welshman.
We take a look at the contrasting visions of 2017 from Arnold Schwarzenegger's "The Running Man" and Soviet Film strip, "In the year 2017". One portrays a capitalist dystopia, the other a communist ut
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Muslim girls in Switzerland must attend mixed school swimming lessons.
Portugal has paid its final respects to former President Mario Soares, following his death on Saturday at the age of 92.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
The incoming administration of Donald Trump reportedly wants to negotiate a new trade deal with the UK as quickly as possible after it leaves the EU.
Fears are growing for thousands of refugees stuck with next to no shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
As Obama prepares to make his last speech as President, we take a look at the policies Trump looks poised to undo.
Next week, MEPs will vote on who will replace Germany’s Martin Schulz as the head of the European Parliament.
The funeral in Tehran of former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani presents a rare occasion for Iranians to voice discord.
With the season's first race just a week away Team Sky are doing the hard kilometres in training in Mallorca in Spain.
By Fabrice Balanche, associate professor and research director at the University of Lyon 2, visiting fellow at The Washington Institute
Fifa delegates have given the go-ahead to allow 48 teams to play in the World Cup.
We spoke to the man who heads INTERPOL's Vulnerable Communities unit, Mick Moran about the challenges of policing child sex abuse online.
Europe’s first ‘underwater museum’ opened today off the coast of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands.
Toyota has been touting its production plans in the United States, joining other carmakers who are keen to avoid being tweeted by Donald Trump.
Refugees are being forced to live in freezing, snow-covered camps in Greece because EU states have failed to take in their share of asylum seekers, it’s been…
Importing, manufacturing and selling of burqas is being banned across Morocco, according to local media reports .
Former womens' number one Maria Sharapova's drugs ban comes to an end, and she will return to professional tennis for the April Stuttgart open.
Clare Hollingworth, who was the first to report on the outbreak of WW2, dies in Hong Kong
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik gave a Nazi salute on Tuesday at the start of a fresh hearing over whether his human rights have been violated.