He may be in exile in Moscow, but US whistleblower Edward Snowden has not let his voice fade away. He tweets on a wide range of topics and speaking virtually at high-profile […]
People have been asking if we leave the EU, will that protect us from TTIP – the proposed US-EU free trade deal? The answer is simple: no.
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FIFA has appointed Senegal’s Fatma Samoura as its first female secretary general. A United Nations veteran and humanitarian expert, Samoura will take over from Frenchman Jerome Valcke, who was fired and banned […]
Copenhagen was liberated in May 1945 by British forces commanded by Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery. Scenes from the harbor and the city center of Copenhagen, where people are celebrating peace.
Each year about three million Chinese citizens visit Italy and now they’ll have a few more familiar faces to help them on their travels.
Cannes is set to open the doors on its 69th Film Festival with enough stars to rival the Milky Way. Riding in on a wave of Oscar victories is Australian director George […]
Hurtling through magnetised tubes at speeds over 1,000 kilometres per hour… that’s what two competing start-ups are hoping to achieve, as they compete to develop Hyperloop. The tech industry is preparing for […]
Other Music writes on Facebook: It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that after more than 20 years in New York City, Other Music will be closing our doors […]
The austerity measures are having a profound effect on the Greek people. Each day, more people are losing hope and some are even taking their own lives. Al Jazeera’s Tony Birtley reports […]