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The European Central Bank has set out a deadline to sign off on a bailout by saying it would only provide emergency funding for Cyprus's banks until Monday.
Islamist group "proud" to be holding seven French hostages
Violence spiked ahead of the ten year anniversary of the US invasion as 120 people died in the past week according to news reports
Obama says he has come to listen to both sides on how to resume peace talks
Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the Cyprus debt crisis poses a "systemic risk" that threatens to ricochet right through the eurozone.
A rat may have been to blame for a power cut that knocked out cooling systems at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant
Lufthansa has cancelled more than 670 European flights owing to warning strikes by ground staff and other divisions within the group.
Two rockets fired by militants in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip have hit southern Israel as US President Barack Obama visits the Jewish state.
A website that has published the financial information of celebrities and politicians has been shut down by Russian Internet Officials.
A cyber attack caused computer networks at major South Korean banks and top TV broadcasters to crash simultaneously.
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demonstrated solidarity on the key issues that have stirred tensions between them.
The fossilised remains of a huge prehistoric flying reptile was unveiled Wednesday at the Rio de Janeiro National Museum.
Cypriot leaders are to decide today on a new plan aimed at securing a bailout for the near-bankrupt eurozone member.
A spokesman for Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) said that Philippe Verdon had been executed on 10 March.
In a culinary crisis dubbed "Marmageddon", the country's only Marmite factory closed after sustaining damage in the February 2011 Christchurch quake.
At least 27 people were killed by landslides caused by heavy rains in a mountainous area of the Brazilian sate of Rio de Janeiro.
The Cypriot finance minister will seek Russian assistance after his island's parliament rejected the terms of an EU-IMF bailout.
The International Criminal Court has called for the swift transfer of wanted warlord Bosco Ntaganda to The Hague.
There has been a "strategic breakthrough" in the case of academic Cyril Karabus, the international relations department said.
French authorities have found 57 tonnes of minced lamb that did not conform to European standards at the firm central to the horsemeat scandal.
South Africa is pivotal to China's developmental and diplomatic goals in Africa, says newly-elected President Xi Jinping.
There are luxury cars and there is serious luxury, the Lykan Hypersport is that serious
At least 23 people killed and 93 wounded in fatal blasts in the Shia areas of Baghdad.
Engineers at the Fukushima power plant partly succeeded in getting cooling systems back online after a power outage.
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