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Simon Calder: Trains to Europe on track at last
Simon Calder's career in travel started at Gatwick Airport, where he cleaned aircraft for Laker Airways and later worked as a security officer.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
World War One Grave Visits Reach Record High
As the world prepares to mark the centenary of the Great War, Sky News visits a Belgian cemetery where 12,000 soldiers are buried.
Back to the future: Incredible timewarp pictures show dramatic...
Back to the future: Incredible timewarp pictures show dramatic scenes of First World War combined with how they look today The pictures include the British Army's 4th King's Own Royal Lancers walking through a street in Tonbridge, Kent But 100 years ago they were the targets of strategic bombing campaigns or the routes used by troops to get to the ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Moscow laughs off sanctions over Ukraine
A defiant Russia dismissed unprecedented Western sanctions over Ukraine after Brussels and Washington unveiled the toughest punitive measures against the Kremlin since the Cold War.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Troika review in Athens unaffected by Paris meeting
A meeting between troika and Greek government officials in Paris at the beginning of September does not mean that representatives of GreeceA's lenders will not then travel to Athens to carry out the fifth review of the countryA's economic adjustment program, sources in Brussels clarified Tuesday.
Riders aid argus appeal
After ten years of charity bike rides to Paris, The Argus Appeal goes the extra mile this year to acknowledge the war that shook the world.
US, EU preparing new sanctions against Russia
In this March 5, 2014 file photo, French-built warship BPC Vladivostock, designed to strengthen Russia's ability to deploy troops, tanks and helicopter gunships, leaves the Saint Nazaire's harbor, western France, for its test run on the open sea off coast of France.
The Star Online
Belgium seeks to label products from Israeli settlements
Belgium advised retailers on Tuesday to clearly label the origin of products made in Israeli settlements that are in occupied territories where Palestinians seek statehood.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
'We had time to say our goodbyes'
MH17 victims Jill and Roger Guard, of Toowoomba, and Jill's sister Liz Garrett and husband Mal spent their last 15 days together thoroughly enjoying a European cruise.
South China Morning Post
Belgian man now stateless in Hong Kong after losing citizenship
When he doesn't ask to remain one - as Hong Kong-born Sze Chung Cheung found to his cost, a decision that's effectively left banker stateless Sze Chung Cheung, who has lived and worked in Hong Kong since 2009, was born in Hong Kong to a Belgian mother and a Hong Kong father.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Globe and Mail
We'd like to fly out of London for a few side trips in Europe. Any tips?
If London gets too foggy for you, the sunny climes of Corfu, Greece, is a short airplane ride away.
In the Loop: Lame ducks can still flya to Lake Como
Chambliss will retire at the end of this term, but before he goes he's taking advantage of one of the top perks of being a member of Congress - the enviable codel.
European airlines continue to suspend Israel flights
Summary Several major European carriers have announced that they will stick to their decision to suspend their flights to Israel despite the lifting of a flight ban by the European Aviation Safety Agency .
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Beaumont Enterprise
Jet with 116 aboard 'probably crashed' in Mali
An arrival information screen shows the delayed Air Algerie flight 5017 at the Houari Boumediene airport near Algiers, Algeria, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
The Last Post at Menin Gate
Mark Yost reports from Ypres, Belgium how a longstanding ceremony honoring the fallen is losing its solemnity in Crowding Out the Memories I first started coming to the Last Post ceremony in this tiny town on the French border in the mid-1990s.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
More MH17 bodies return to Netherlands,EU mulls Russia sanctions
Dozens more bodies from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 are set to arrive in the Netherlands, as the EU prepares to hit Russia with fresh sanctions.
WH Mildly Criticizes French Carrier Sales to Russia
Hours after British Prime Minister David Cameron blasted as "unthinkable" France's decision to sell helicopter assault carriers to Russia, the White House on Tuesday reiterated to Newsmax its displeasure of the sale - but in noticeably softer terms.
European carriers suspend more Tel Aviv flights amid ongoing safety concerns
Air France and Germany's two largest airlines on Wednesday cancelled more flights to Tel Aviv because of ongoing safety concerns amid the fighting between Israel and Hamas.
DIY Vaginal Ultrasounds Could Reduce Trips to the Doctor
A new "do-it-yourself" ultrasound method could let women who are undergoing in vitro fertilization cut down on their trips to the doctor's office, a new study suggests.