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FBI and Justice department to be investigated over the Hillary e-mail affair
The US Justice Department is to investigate its and the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton e-mail affair some blame for wrecking her run for the White House.
America pulls away its welcome mat for Cuban emigrants
Reversing a policy it has had since the days of Fidel Castro, America will no longer grant residency rights to Cubans arriving without visas.
Africa Eco Race: Sella claims sixth win this edition
To the backdrop of some breathtaking scenery competitors of the Africa Eco Race set off for stage 10 of this year’s edition.
Cycling: 2017 Vuelta route unveiled
Organisers of the Vuelta a Espana unveiled the route for this year’s edition on Thursday at a ceremony in Madrid.
Syria: several dead in Damascus suicide bomb
A suicide bomber has struck a heavily policed district of Damascus, killing at least seven people according to state television.
Russian figures claim Trump scandal an Obama ruse to scupper better relations
Russian politicians are bemused by the chaotic transition in US politics, and most are convinced it is a Democrat ploy to sabotage any Trump rapprochement with Moscow.
Russia on the agenda at US Senate hearings for Defense Secretary and CIA Chief
Russia is a hot topic as the US Senate holds hearings with the nominees for Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA.
Dakar Rally: French pair Metge and Peterhansel win stage ten
Frenchman Michael Metge won stage 10 of the 2017 Dakar Rally on Thursday.
The Australian feral feline epidemic
A recent report highlights the extent of the deadly impact feral cats have on native Australian species
Opinion: The perils of populist leaders: How their rise threatens basic human rights in Europe
By Kenneth Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch Human rights exist to protect people from government abuse and neglect. Yet today a new
See Italy's first capsule hotel
Rooms are 4 metres square and cost 8 euros an hour - or 25 for a whole night.
Syria ceasefire 'largely holding' but 'exceptional' strikes kill dozens - reports
The United Nations says a nationwide ceasefire in Syria is largely holding, but there are some exceptions.
Polish opposition ends parliamentary occupation
Poland's centrist opposition parties get government climbdown on media restrictions and end parliamentary blockade, but fail to get new budget vote.
Union leaders call for Africa Cup of Nations boycott
The leader of Gabon’s main civil service union called for a boycott of the African Nations Cup (CAN) on Wednesday (January 12), saying the money the country is spending on hosting the tournament would
Amazon is latest US company to announce jobs surge
Online retailer Amazon has revealed plans to hire an additional 100,000 full-time workers in the United States over the next 18 months.
Spain again gains tourism record, visitor numbers up by 9.9% in 2016
The number of visitors to Spain hit a new record in 2016 for the fourth year running. The total was up by 9.9 percent from 2015 at 75.3 million.
The Brief from Brussels: EPP's Tajiani eyes presidency win
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: New Year's Concert at the Musikverein
Every year on January 1, music lovers gather in one of the world’s finest concert halls, Vienna’s Musikverein, to celebrate the start of the new year to the sound of waltzes and polkas by the Strauss
Haradinaj released by French court
A French court has ordered the release of Ramush Haradinaj. However, the former prime minister of Kosovo will have to stay in France pending a review of a Serbian request for extradition.
Fiat Chrysler accused of emissions violations in the US
US Environmental Protection Agency accuses Fiat Chrysler of using undeclared software allowing excess diesel emissions on some Jeep and Dodge vehicles
UK retailer celebrate Christmas, but worry about 2017
British retailers mostly report strong sales over the crucial end-of-year holiday period but are not sure if this heralds a recovery.
24 hours that changed America - with Stefan Grobe
Will Washington change Trump? Can the broken relationship with the intelligence community be mended?
Russia calls NATO deployment in Poland threat to national security
NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.
EP presidency: the frontrunners
There are three main candidates seen as the frontrunners in the race to be European Parliament president The favourite is Italy’s Antonio Tajani: a former EU commissioner and someone who is close to e
US foreign policy - which way now?
Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson expressed views at odds with President-elect Donald Trump on key foreign policy issues during a hearing on Wednesday.
23 new suspects in Hillsborough case
23 files on people and organisations involved in the 1989 Hillsborough football stadium disaster have been passed to the UK’s prosecution service.
Spanish composer Jordi Savall presents a musical show "The Routes of Slavery"
Renowned Spanish composer and viol player Jordi Savall brought together musicians from Europe, Africa and South America in Brussels this week for a musical…
Trump news conference aggressive,confrontational, extraordinary
Trump's news conference a 'trainwreck,' 'jaw-dropping,' 'lame' and 'strange.'
The Hamburg Elbphilarmonie opens its doors with a stunning concert
It overlooks the harbour like a giant ship floating on water, the Hamburg Elbphilarmonie has finally opened its doors to the public.
German GDP growth at five year high
Strong consumer and government spending helped Germany's economy to its strongest growth in five years in 2016.