Since the 2011 revolution the Egyptian economy has gone from bad to worse.
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The World Jewish Congress urged Hungary to crack down on the far-right Jobbik party and called on governments in Europe to consider banning neo-Nazi parties.
A SPANISH court has suspended corruption charges brought against the daughter of King Juan Carlos of Spain.
In an election said to be the most unpredictable in Pakistan’s history, the campaign took a turn no-one expected.
CECILE Kyenge, Italy’s first black government minister, proposes a law that would give citizenship to the children of immigrants if they are born on Italian soil.
IT’S common knowledge South Africa and Nigeria haven’t always had the smoothest relationship; sometimes seen to be jockeying for position as Africa’s top dog.
NORTH Korea insisted on Tuesday that it be recognised as a nuclear weapons state
Kenya’s new president, Uhuru Kenyatta, who faces international charges of crimes against humanity, has been sworn in to office
North Korea has warned foreigners in South Korea to take evacuation measures in case of war.
Thousands of Kenyans gathered singing and dancing Tuesday for the swearing-in ceremony of their new leader Uhuru Kenyatta