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Ukraine is set to welcome Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on July 10th. The visit coincides with the 20th anniversary of the distinctive
The moment Presidents Trump and Putin met for the very first time has been captured on amateur video.
The images were filmed by the German
They may be trivial alongside the responsibility of being the most powerful man in the world, but handshakes are becoming a defining feature of
'Casting off a shirt of fear': Turkish opposition leads thousands to end of 450km Ankara-Istanbul anti-government march.
Stage seven of the Tour de France was 213 kilometres long, but in the end the winner clinched victory by just six milimetres.
Norwegians have clubbed together to help re-erect a phallic rock formation after it was found vandalised.
The popular tourist attraction – called
There is intensive training ahead of Saturday’s series-deciding third test between the All Blacks and the British and Irish Lions in Auckland.
UK government ministers have met business leaders amid pressure to stay in the EU Single Market and Customs Union.
“Another delusional UNESCO decision.”
That was Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s angry response after Hebron’s Old City with its ancient
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is released from prison following a 25-day sentence for illegally organising public gatherings.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a welcome ceremony for Chinese panda bears, a robot is seen on Mount Etna, people participate in the
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ESA and JAXA's BepiColombo mission is preparing to visit Mercury, a mysterious planet the size of the Moon and as hot as a pizza oven
Rescuers dig by hand to try to reach those missing following a building collapse near Naples.
Three people were hurt as the world-famous annual bull-running festival got underway in the Basque city.
Outside it was sweltering but celeb guests kept ultra-cool at the Gaultier autumn/winter 2017 show
A suicide bomb attack has killed 10 Egyptian soldiers at a checkpoint in northern Sinai, security sources say.
Two vehicles were detonated while
Gonorrhoea is becoming untreatable as superbug strains of the sexually-transmitted infection emerge, health experts warn.
The new strains mean
Iran and Italy join forces for a rare classical music performance as part of the 'Paths of Friendship' project.
The four Arab states leading the boycott against Qatar say its refusal to meet their demands represents a threat to regional security.
China's first aircraft carrier has sailed into Hong Kong, on its maiden voyage to the area
Many Europeans have bikes in their garages, but only 8% use them as means of transport.
The practice is drastically uneven across the EU. One in