A car bomb explosion has killed three people and injured others in a town in Spain's town of Sanguesa in Navarra province. Officials said the bomb attack bore the hallmarks of the Basque separatist group, ETA.
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and other world leaders have arrived in St Petersburg for a series of summits marking the 300th anniversary of Russia's former capital. The city - founded by tsar Peter the Great - has been celebrating its anniversary all week
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair will try to deliver a boost to Poland's efforts to join the European Union on Friday as he visits the country. Poland, the biggest of the 10 nations due to join the EU next year, is holding a referendum on the issue on 7 June.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon demanded his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas begin to crack down on militants as set out in the peace plan, his office said. Abbas said in a statement that the Jerusalem talks had been "beneficial and productive"
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair will visit British troops in Iraq on Thursday, to thank them for the role they played in the war. He will be the first western leader to set foot in the country since Saddam Hussein was swept from power.
Two more people have died from SARS in Toronto, hours after the Canadian prime minister said the virus was under control. The latest victims, both women over 60, bring the total number of deaths from the flu-like disease to 29.
Buildings rattled around the Algerian capital as the third major aftershock in less than a day and a half struck the north African country, officials said, putting a nervous populace further on edge. The tremor measured 5.
US President George W Bush is hoping to meet the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers in Jordan next week, the White House has announced. Mr Bush's proposed meeting with Ariel Sharon and Mahmoud Abbas, along with King Abdullah of Jordan, is part of Ame
Russia has confirmed that a 25-year-old man, who lives in a town bordering China, has become the country's first case of SARS. The Ministry of Health definitively diagnosed the patient from Blagoveschensk, a town of 170,000 and the capital of Russia's Amu
The controversial Arab satellite television station al-Jazeera has replaced its chief executive Mohammed Jassem al-Ali. However, the move was not linked to reports that the television had been infiltrated by Iraqi intelligence, spokesman said.
Investigators have recovered the flight recorders of a Ukrainian plane which crashed on a Turkish mountainside in thick fog, killing all 75 people on board. Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul, quoted by Anatolia news agency, said the voice and data flig
The constitution has been written in an effort to streamline the workings of the European Union before it expands next year to 25 countries. Plans for an elected EU president, an elected foreign minister and backing for a common foreign policy were public
Travellers to and from France are suffering a day of chaos as air traffic controllers strike against proposed pension reforms. Members of the CGT union walked out at 06:00BST, forcing the cancellation of up to 80% of French flights.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has signalled he is serious about reaching a peace deal with the Palestinians. Sharon indicated a willingness to withdraw from the West Bank and Gaza - unusually for him describing Israel's military presence in the Pale
The World Health Organization has put Canada's largest city Toronto back on the list of areas affected by the deadly SARS virus.The decision came after eight new probable SARS cases and twenty-six suspected cases were reported in Toronto, Dr Paul Gully of
The record for the fastest ever ascent of Mount Everest has been broken for the second time in three days. Lakba Gelu Sherpa made the ascent from Base Camp to the summit in less than 11 hours in this way beating the previous best time with over 2 hours.
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