The worst of the economic slump in Russia may be over the International Monetary Fund said on Friday, but warned possible euro zone stagnation and shifting politics made central Europe's prospects increasingly uncertain.
The head of Egypt’s State Information Service (SIS), Ambassador Salah Abdel Sadek, has attributed the rise of violence and extremism across the Arab world to children’s cartoon Tom and Jerry, video games and ‘violent’ movies.
A Russian company has released a chocolate-flavoured ice cream called "Little Obama" that has been criticised by the US for casual racism.
The product, called "Obamka" in Russian, is glazed with chocolate and its wrapping features an image of a smiling young African boy.
Following the election of radical Islamist terrorist Sadiq Khan to London Mayor, it has been announced that ISIS will establish a London branch in Islington, just above the Red Lion.
Greater Angkor, covered about the same area as Berlin or Columbus, Ohio.
A renowned Russian orchestra performed a concert Thursday in the ruins of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, which was liberated from the clutches of ISIS less than six weeks ago.
A Green Party politician in Malmö has taken a break from politics after it emerged that he had invited a notorious Islamist to speak in Malmö.
A huge police and security operation has been launched to keep the calm in Odessa on Monday, the second anniversary of one of the bloodiest days in Ukraine’s recent history.
Two years ago, clashes left 48 dead and hundreds injured in the Black Sea city. Most of the dead were pro-Russia protesters who died in a fire at the trade union building.
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A new study reveals that volcanic activity associated with the plate-tectonic
movement of continents may be responsible for climatic shifts
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has spent more than a decade orbiting Saturn, dipping in and out of its rings and peering at its moons. But in just one year, it will begin its grand finale, a daring series of manoeuvres that will bring views of Saturn like never before – and end with the spacecraft plummeting to its death in the gas giant’s atmosphere.
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Birds are the only lineage of dinosaurs that survived after an asteroid smashed into the Earth 66 million years ago, causing a mass extinction. Now Canadian scientists think they've figured out why.
Somalis urged to stay and rebuild their country
A US mother-of-two has spoken of her frustration that she was forced to dump 500oz (14.8 litres) of breast milk at security at London's Heathrow Airport.
It has turned out that Germany's Deutsche Bank AG and other Western financial institutions have been up to their eyeballs in gold and silver price manipulation for years; experts believe that in the light of this China's Shanghai Gold Market will take on a new significance for investors.
The same theory that explains the puzzling fly-by anomalies could also explain how the controversial EmDrive produces thrust.
Cyprus has asked the Dutch EU presidency to make Turkish an official EU language, in a “gesture” that could help reunification and improve EU-Turkey relations.
For all the hoopla about CRISPR, the revolutionary genome-editing technology has a dirty little secret: it’s a very messy business. Scientists basically whack the famed double helix with a molecular machete, often triggering the cell’s DNA repair machinery to make all sorts of unwanted changes to the genome beyond what they intended.
On Wednesday, researchers unveiled in Nature a significant improvement — a new CRISPR system that can switch single letters of the genome cleanly and efficiently, in a way that they say could reliably repair many disease-causing mutations.
Sweden's Minister of Housing Mehmet Kaplan triggered a major controversy after a photograph of him emerged having dinner with members of the far-right Turkish organization Grey Wolves, the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet reports.
Iran has showcased parts of S-300 air-defense missile systems ordered from Russia during its annual National Army Day parade in Tehran.
Lin stands accused of espionage, attempted espionage, unauthorized communication
of privileged information relating to national defense, and patronizing a prostitute.
Four Dutch masterpieces dating from the country's 17th-century Golden Age have been recovered by security services in Ukraine over 10 years after they were stolen from a museum in the Netherlands, Ukraine Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said on Thursday.