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This summer holiday you will surely be indulging in an ice cream or two, but did you ever stop to wonder where your sweet treat came from?
Archaeologists in France have uncovered an archaeological site, south of Lyon, described as so exceptional they have dubbed it 'little Pompeii.'
Militants released as part of Lebanese-Syrian exchange agreement between Hezbollah and Nustra Front. Seven thousand Syrians are set to leave the Arsal region of Lebanon and head to Syria's Idilib province.
A vending machine company in Wisconsin has offered its employees the chance to have a microchip implanted in their hand.
A small airplane made an emergency landing on a popular, crowded beach near Lisbon on Wednesday. Two people were killed.
An exhibition has opened in the Romanian capital, attended by Roma survivors and local and foreign officials
Kremlin highlights contradictions in White House’s statements on US sanctions.
As the 20th anniversary of her death nears, Diana's former butler Paul Burrell has been reflecting on her legacy
Donald Trump has announced plans for a new 'merit-based' immigration system in what he described as the biggest reform in half a century.
With Neymar’s record-breaking 222 million euro move to PSG on the verge of completion, let’s take a look at the top ten most expensive transfers of
Philip was born Philippos, Prince of Greece and Denmark, on his family's dining room table on the island of Corfu on June 10, 1921.
Georgia's eleventh Black sea Jazz Festival was bigger and bolder than ever this year at its beautiful beachside venue in Batumi.
There is a claim the turnout figures in Venezuela's recent election for a new assembly were "tampered" with
German carmakers and politicians reach emissions cutting deal following pressure from environmental groups
The US vice-president sought to reassure the region over Washington's commitment to security during a visit to Montenegro.
“Tragic”, “terrifying” and “disgusting” - an anti-immigrant group from Norway mistake bus seats for ladies in burqas.
Suicide bomber targets NATO convoy in Afghanistan
The White House has confirmed the president steered a statement by his son downplaying the intent of a meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The world’s first flower was bisexual and its petals were organised in concentric circles, a study has concluded.
Researchers believe all flowers
"The Trump administration’s bombast toward Iran is, in a sense, par for the course. US foreign policy is littered with absurd, tragic, and hugely destructive foreign wars..."
A new survey has shone a light on how entrenched people in the UK have become since the Brexit referendum.
The YouGov poll has revealed a trend of
Health warnings issued across Europe as temperatures reach potentially dangerous levels in many places
A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of NATO troops near the airport in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar.
The NATO-led military coalition
The Catalan club has acknowledged the 25-year-old is leaving, amid reports that PSG are ready to pay a world record fee.
Prince Philip, the husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, has made his final solo appearance at an official engagement before he retires from active public life.
The 'brazen' shooting left one man dead.
Brazilian president faces crucial ballot in parliament on whether he should stand trial on corruption charges
War, famine, now cholera: malnourished children aged under five are particularly vulnerable to the epidemic raging across Yemen.
A fresh warning from Washington as it considers further sanctions on what it calls the "Maduro dictatorship".
US Secretary of State has said America is not North Korea's enemy and welcomes dialogue with Pyongyang.