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Britain considering arming, training Kurdish forces

23:07, 04 September 2014 Thursday

Britain considering arming training Kurdish forces

Britain has so far carried out aid drops and surveillance and transported military supplies to Kurdish regional forces allied with the Baghdad central government.

NATO chief asks Russia to pull back troops

22:13, 04 September 2014 Thursday

NATO chief asks Russia to pull back troops

Rasmussen tells Kremlin to stop backing rebels in eastern Ukraine as NATO leaders meet in UK amid calls for ceasefire.

Ukrainian troops attack pro-Russia rebels

01:01, 21 August 2014 Thursday

Ukrainian troops attack pro-Russia rebels

Soldier killed and four wounded as Ukrainian president prepares to hold meetings with Angela Merkel and then Vladimir Putin

Germany spied on Turkey, US and ex-UN chief

15:54, 17 August 2014 Sunday

Germany spied on Turkey US and ex-UN chief

A spokesman for the German government said it was up to the parliamentary control committee to deal with the accusations.

UN: 218,000 Palestinians forcibly displaced by Israel in Gaza

15:48, 17 August 2014 Sunday

UN 218 000 Palestinians forcibly displaced by Israel in Gaza

The heavy civilian losses and the destruction of thousands of homes in Gaza - where the United Nations thousands of a population of 1.8 million had been displaced by the war - have stoked international alarm.

EU adopts toughest Russian sanctions yet

19:35, 31 July 2014 Thursday

EU adopts toughest Russian sanctions yet

Some EU member states remain nervous about the impact on their own fragile economies. The sanctions deal was agreed only after initial proposals were narrowed.

UK: NATO "unprepared" for Russian threat

19:26, 31 July 2014 Thursday

UK NATO quot unprepared quot for Russian threat

"NATO has been too complacent about the threat from Russia, and it is not well-prepared," Britain's Parliament's Defence Select Committee said.

EU and U.S. announce new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

19:15, 31 July 2014 Thursday

EU and U S announce new sanctions on Russia over

Leaders of the United States and major European powers agreed in a teleconference to impose sanctions on Russia's banking, technology and arms sectors.

Ukraine army closes in on Donetsk

19:00, 31 July 2014 Thursday

Ukraine army closes in on Donetsk

International monitors once again turned away from MH17 crash site as fighting in the area continues.

EU hits Russian intel chiefs with sanctions

04:30, 27 July 2014 Sunday

EU hits Russian intel chiefs with sanctions

he European Union said on Saturday it had imposed asset freezes on a number of top Russian officials, including the chiefs of Russia's FSB security service and foreign intelligence service.

Norway warns of imminent 'concrete' threat from Syrian jihadists

20:10, 25 July 2014 Friday

Norway warns of imminent 'concrete' threat from Syrian jihadists

The intelligence service said it had received information about a threat from Islamic militants

France jails pro-Palestine protesters

15:57, 24 July 2014 Thursday

France jails pro-Palestine protesters

Protesters defied a ban on pro-Palestine rallies against the Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip, which has killed over 650 Palestinians, mainly civilians, since July 7.

European court: CIA ran secret jail in a Polish forest

15:35, 24 July 2014 Thursday

European court CIA ran secret jail in a Polish forest

The Strasbourg-based court ruled that Poland had violated articles of the convention on, among others, the prohibition of torture, the right to liberty, and to an effective investigation of their allegations.

Anger as Germany finds second US spy suspect

14:58, 11 July 2014 Friday

Anger as Germany finds second US spy suspect

Report of suspected spy in German defence ministry comes just days after an alleged CIA informant was arrested.

Ukraine Rebels Are Retreating for Last Stand

12:27, 08 July 2014 Tuesday

Ukraine Rebels Are Retreating for Last Stand

Separatist rebels retreated Monday from positions in eastern Ukraine, apparently blowing up bridges, and began building barricades in the two largest cities, Donetsk and Luhansk, in anticipation of a final stand against advancing government troops.

France's ex-President Sarkozy put under investigation

13:25, 02 July 2014 Wednesday

France's ex-President Sarkozy put under investigation

Ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation over alleged influence peddling.

Italy arrests 95 in mafia dragnet, solves century-old murder

17:22, 24 June 2014 Tuesday

Italy arrests 95 in mafia dragnet solves century-old murder

After two years of investigations into the century-old mob murder of a New York detective, 95 were arrested in the western part of Palermo.

32,000 British soldiers 'too fat to fight'

16:21, 24 June 2014 Tuesday

32 000 British soldiers 'too fat to fight'

Soldiers suggest poor diet is resulting in troops becoming too fat to fight.

Ecuador says talks with Britain over Julian Assange at an impasse

16:06, 20 June 2014 Friday

Ecuador says talks with Britain over Julian Assange at an

Assange, 42, fled to the South American country's embassy in June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of sexual assault and rape, which he denies.

Racism in Europe

15:06, 20 June 2014 Friday

Racism in Europe

Nahid al-Manea, a 32-year-old Saudi student who was found bleeding to death on Tuesday in a park in the UK town of Colchester, may have been targeted because she was a Muslim, British police say.

France deports Tunisian accused of jihadist recruitment for Syria

16:21, 16 June 2014 Monday

France deports Tunisian accused of jihadist recruitment for Syria

France has deported a Tunisian national suspected of recruiting young French people for jihadist forces in Syria's civil war, the interior ministry said on Saturday.

Tony Blair: 'We didn't cause Iraq crisis'

15:39, 16 June 2014 Monday

Tony Blair 'We didn't cause Iraq crisis'

The 2003 invasion of Iraq is not to blame for the violent insurgency now gripping the country, former UK prime minister Tony Blair has said.



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