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At Least Two Killed After Shooting in Swedish Restaurant

At least two people were killed and eight injured after a shooting took place late on Wednesday in a restaurant in the Swedish city of Gothenburg.

World » EU | March 19, 2015, Thursday // 07:11 | Viewed: 977

Russia, South Ossetia Sign Alliance Treaty; NATO Condemns Move

Russia and South Ossetia on Wednesday signed a Treaty on Alliance and Integration that calls for forming a common defence and security space between Moscow and Georgia’s breakaway region.

World » Russia | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 21:47 | Viewed: 1021

Tunisia Shooting Leaves 22 Dead, 17 Injured, Bulgaria's Ambassador Says

Twenty-two people were killed and about 17 wounded in the shooting at the Bardo national museum in Tunisia’s capital on Wednesday, the Bulgarian ambassador to the North African country has said.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 19:14 | Viewed: 1166

Death Toll Mounts to 19 in Tunisia Shooting

Tunisian police have killed two gunmen who stormed the Bardo national museum in Tunisia’s capital on Wednesday, bringing to an end a three-hour hostage crisis.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 17:38 | Viewed: 808

No Bulgarians Known to Have Been Hit in Tunis Shooting

No information is available at the moment whether any Bulgarian nationals have been affected by the shooting incident in Tunis, an official said on Wednesday.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:56 | Viewed: 697

Anti-Austerity Protesters, Police Clash as ECB Unveils New HQ in Frankfurt

Violence erupted in Frankfurt on Wednesday as anti-austerity demonstrators clashed with the police before the official opening of the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB).

World » EU | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:46 | Viewed: 811

Ukraine Starts Demobilisation of Troops from Combat Zone

Ukraine has launched the demobilisation of troops summoned for active duty since 17 March 2014 over the conflict with pro-Russian rebels in the country’s eastern regions, Interfax reported on Wednesday.

World » Ukraine | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 16:02 | Viewed: 957

At Least 8 Killed after Shooting at Tunisian National Museum

At least eight people were killed after a shooting took place in the Bardo Museum in central Tunis, which is adjacent to the building of the Tunisian Parliament.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 14:20 | Viewed: 973

Three Injured after Shooting in Copenhagen Shopping Centre

Three people were injured after a shooting took place on Wednesday in the parking basement of a shopping centre on the outskirts of Copenhagen.

World » EU | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 14:11 | Viewed: 1008

Movie on Germany's Merkel Expected in 2017

A film about the life of German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to be screened in 2017, the managing director of AVE, the company behind the production, has said.

World » EU | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 07:53 | Viewed: 774

Israel PM Netanyahu Declares Victory in General Eection

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is the winner of the country's election held on March 17, after exit polls had first shown he was running neck and neck with the opposition Zionist Union.

World | March 18, 2015, Wednesday // 07:23 | Viewed: 765

Israel Vote Exit Polls Show No Clear Lead

Just after voting ended in Israel's parliamentary elections, the result looks too close to call, exit poll data suggests.

World | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 22:25 | Viewed: 681

Dutch UN Helicopter Crashes in Mali

A Dutch UN helicopter crashed on Tuesday in northern Mali near the city of Gao, killing two people.

World | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 21:01 | Viewed: 695

Turkey, Azerbaijan Begin Construction of TANAP Pipeline

Turkey and Azerbaijan began on Tuesday the construction of the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP).

World | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 20:14 | Viewed: 1009

Denmark to Hold Referendum on EU's Justice and Home Affairs

The Danish government agreed on Tuesday on the elements of the EU's Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agenda, which will be submitted to a forthcoming referendum.

World » EU | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 19:39 | Viewed: 1016

Romania’s Anticorruption Chief Resigns

The head of Romania’s National Agency for Integrity (ANI) Horia Georgescu resigned on accusations of abuse of office during his tenure at the Central Commission for Compensations.

World » Southeast Europe | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 14:23 | Viewed: 912

Israel Votes in Parliamentary Elections

Israel is voting in parliamentary elections Tuesday to elect 120 deputies for the Knesset.

World | March 17, 2015, Tuesday // 11:12 | Viewed: 629

Romanian Prosecutors Detain Anticorruption Chief

The chief of Romania's National Integrity Agency (ANI) Horia Georgescu has been taken into custody by prosecutors of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) on Monday.

World » Southeast Europe | March 16, 2015, Monday // 17:45 | Viewed: 1002

Greece 'Not Running Out of Money', PM Tsipras Says

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has fended off speculation in German media outlets that Athens could be running out of cash.

World » Southeast Europe | March 16, 2015, Monday // 15:29 | Viewed: 749

Russia Indicts Three over Nemtsov Murder

The number of those charged with the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov in end-February now amounts to three, sources say.

World » Russia | March 16, 2015, Monday // 13:20 | Viewed: 643

Putin Puts Russia's Western Military District, Northern Fleet on Combat Alert

Monday's developments constitute the first public move of Putin since his "disappearance" from the spotlight early in March.

World » Russia | March 16, 2015, Monday // 11:33 | Viewed: 1220