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Turkey's Syria offensive enters second month with slow progress

Ankara on January 20 launched a cross-border air and ground operation against the People's Protection Units (YPG) supporting Syrian rebels in the Afrin region.

published on : 20th February 2018

Former Olympic hammer champion Sergei Litvinov dies

Olympic hammer record-holder Sergei Litvinov has died at the age of 60, Russia's athletics federation reported on Monday.

published on : 20th February 2018

Kill me and you can hang; euthanasia-seeking woman tells husband in Mumbai 

Expecting that permission would not be given by President Kovind, they had decided on the plan and added that it would mean they would both get their death wish.

published on : 19th February 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron's migrant law faces rough ride in parliament

The new law will be presented to his cabinet Wednesday ahead of parliamentary debates that promise to be stormy, with migrant charities and left-wingers blasting the bill as repressive.

published on : 19th February 2018

EU taking steps to prevent 'Chinese takeover' through One Belt One Road

OBOR also known as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is failing to gain any traction in Europe, according to Sheikh.

published on : 19th February 2018

Five things we learned from the Bundesliga

Robben missed his first penalty in six years, but that didn’t stop Bayern Munich from snatching victory against Wolfsburg.

published on : 19th February 2018

Pitch battle as Marco Reus ends goal drought in Borussia Dortmund win

A brilliant first-half strike saw Marco Reus grab his first Bundesliga goal since May to secure a 1-0 win for Borussia Dortmund.

published on : 19th February 2018

Poland defends Prime Minister over Holocaust remark denounced by Israel

Poland on Sunday sought to defend remarks by its prime minister which Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu called "unacceptable" and tantamount to denying the Holocaust.

published on : 19th February 2018

Holocaust comment unacceptable: Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu tells Polish counterpart Morawiecki

His comments fuelled an already seething diplomatic row with Israel sparked by a controversial law passed by Poland's senate this month.

published on : 18th February 2018

Hungary PM Orban steps up anti-migrant rhetoric as election nears, calls immigrants invaders

However, his supporters say that he is reforming Hungary after decades of stagnation, particularly during the country's communist period that followed World War II. 

published on : 18th February 2018

Scientists uncover hidden details in Picasso's painting

The 1902 oil painting, owned by Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) in Canada, depicts a crouching and cloaked woman, painted in white, blues, grays and greens.  

published on : 18th February 2018

Painful: Citizens count Brexit's personal cost 

Frustrated by Brexit negotiations, angry at Brussels or simply afraid of the future, ordinary Britons and other Europeans are already taking life-changing decisions a year before Britain leaves the EU

published on : 18th February 2018

Maritime Heritage Museum gets rare photos of Cochin port

The Cochin Port Maritime Heritage Museum has got richer with a collection of 25 rare images.

published on : 17th February 2018

British PM Theresa May to warn European Union over security cooperation

Media reports suggest May will announce that Britain wants to maintain the European arrest warrant (EAW) and stay part of Europol, the EU's law enforcement agency.

published on : 17th February 2018

Fans stay away as Napoli slump to Leipzig in Europa League

Timo Werner scored a brace as RB Leipzig took a big step towards the Europa League last-16 on Thursday with a 3-1 comeback win at Serie A leaders Napoli.

published on : 16th February 2018
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