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Iran greatest threat to world: Netanyahu

Munich [Germany], Feb 18 (ANI): Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday branded Iran as the "greatest threat to world" at the Munich Security Conference (MSC). "We

May warns EU against blocking post-Brexit security deal

LONDON, U.K. - Calling for a new security treaty with the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday that a deal should be up and running next year. She stressed that

German FM urges closer dialogue with Turkey

World Bulletin / News Desk Political differences should not hinder Germany and Turkey from closer dialogue and cooperation, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Saturday.

Berlin Film Review: ‘The Heiresses’

A finely-crafted, beautifully realized debut that exquisitely balances character study with shrewd commentary on class, desire, and the lingering privileges of Paraguay’s elite. Given

Berlinale opening: Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ is a Japanophile‘s feast

The Berlin International Film Festival has opened with Wes Anderson's "Isle of Dogs," a stop-motion adventure featuring the director's ultra-stylized approach. It also happens to

Martin Schulz Withdrew from the Leadership of the German Social Democrats

Social Democratic Party leader Martin Schulz announced his resignation, DPA reported. Shortly after, the party's leadership announced that it supported the chairman of the SPD parliamentary

EU warns disagreements turning Brexit negotiations sour

BRUSSELS, Belgium - In a warning issued on Friday, European Union Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier warned that the Brexit transition period is “not a given” if disagreements with

BERLINALE 68th International Film Festival

BERLIN: The Competition and Berlinale Special programmes of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival have now been finalised. Following are the films which will be screened during the

Most stock markets in Europe, Asia fall sharply after U.S. rout

HONG KONG — Asian and European shares fell Monday, extending global stock losses after Wall Street’s big sell off on deepening investor anxiety over rising bond yields and

Germany Alarmed by 'Kindergarten Jihadists'

'Put on a thick jacket," the 18-year-old son of Albanian immigrants instructed the 12-year-old German-Iraqi boy over the Internet on how to carry out a Christmas market attack last year

Six injured in series of drive-by shootings in central Italy

MACERATA, Italy - In a series of drive-by shootings in central Italy, at least six people were injured, following which one arrest was made. According to the police, a lone gunman had targeted

Worst rainfall in France in half a century, floods peak

PARIS, France - As the national weather service in France declared that over the past two months, the country had witnessed its worst rains in 50 years, floodwaters in Paris threatened towns

Volkswagen tested diesel exhaust on monkeys, probe launched

FRANKFURT, Germany - In a shocking expose that emerged this week, a report revealed that Volkswagen’s diesel exhaust tests involved monkeys. According to the report, a research group

World Marks Holocaust Day Amid Israeli-Polish Spat

Elderly survivors have gathered at the former Auschwitz death camp as part of commemorations around the world to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Political leaders used the

France witnesses brawls, protests over Nutella discounts

PARIS, France - Violent brawls broke out in parts of France - all for the sweet chocolate and hazelnut spread, Nutella. After a promotion was launched on Thursday, which reduced the price of

Paris braces for floods, Seine expected to rise further

PARIS, France - With the rising Seine flushing into Paris, the city has been put on a flood alert. AS Parisians brace for the floods, forecasters have warned that by Saturday, the Seine is

Europe-wide search launched as truck with explosives stolen

BRUSSELS, Belgium - Security officials and police across Europe have launched a continent-wide search after a truck-laden with bomb-making chemicals was stolen in Belgium. Reports noted that

At the snowiest WEF meeting in 18 years, who is in focus?

DAVOS, Switzerland - At the World Economic Forum, which is set to begin on Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland, over 3,000 of the world’s elites from business, finance, politics and public

German political deadlock ends, SPD approves coalition talks

BERLIN, Germany - Ending a prolonged political deadlock in Germany, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) voted at a special party congress in Bonn, to begin formal coalition talks with

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