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Wednesday, 02 March 2016 21:16

Violence flares in Turkey's Diyarbakir

Violent clashes have erupted in Turkish volatile town of Diyarbakir as people continue to demand an end to a crippling curfew imposed on the area.
The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany has opened a hearing on a bid to ban the biggest far-right party as it is accused of promoting a racist agenda.
Britain says it will send troops to Tunisia to help fight any ISIL infiltration from neighboring Libya.
Technology companies and privacy campaigners have blasted a newly proposed surveillance law in the UK that calls for bulk data collection of Internet users.
The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union (EU), has expressed deep concern about police brutality against refugees trapped on the Greek-Macedonian frontier.
The European Union has slammed as “appalling” a video made by an Israeli settler group depicting the bloc’s ambassador to Tel Aviv as a cannibal murderer movie character.
Tuesday, 01 March 2016 08:32

NHS struggling with recruitment crisis

Official figures reveal that thousands of posts for doctors and nurses have not been filled in the National Health Service.
Monday, 29 February 2016 19:51

France starts bulldozing refugee camp

The French government has started dismantling a refugee camp, nicknamed ‘Jungle’, on the outskirts of the country's northern port city of Calais, using bulldozers.
Economic sanctions imposed by the European Union (EU) on Russia over its alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine would not be extended automatically, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban …
Monday, 29 February 2016 07:22

Swiss MSC to expand services to Iran

Iran said on Sunday that the world’s second largest shipping company MSC from Switzerland will soon expand its services to the country’s ports.
People in Switzerland have rejected in a referendum a proposed bill aimed at toughening laws against foreigners found guilty of low-level offenses, vote projections indicate.
The death toll from a mine disaster in northern Russia has risen to 36, making it the country’s worst ever mining accident.
People in Switzerland have rejected in a referendum a proposed bill aimed at toughening laws against foreigners found guilty of low-level offenses, vote projections indicate.
Sunday, 28 February 2016 15:09

Turkey president opposes journalists release

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has no respect for a recent Constitutional Court decision ordering the release of two journalists jailed for reporting on the government’s alleged arms …
The Ukrainian army has shelled the airport in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and the territory of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic (LPR) in violation of a shaky truce …
All the 26 miners, listed as missing after an accident at a coal pit in northern Russia, have lost their lives, says the company that runs the colliery.
People in Switzerland are set to cast their ballots in a referendum on whether to automatically deport foreigners who commit minor crimes.
Thousands of demonstrators have hit the streets in the Polish capital, Warsaw, to decry the right-wing government for its alleged violation of democratic standards.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has defied Prime Minister David Cameron urging the cabinet ministers to join the campaign to leave the EU.
Vote counting has kicked off in the Republic of Ireland as exit polls after the general elections show a significant decline in support for the ruling coalition government amid a …