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Novoazovsk, Ukraine a Pushing west in a new offensive along Ukraine's strategic coastline, heavily armed Russian-backed separatist forces captured new territory Wednesday far from their previous battles with government troops.
Met office staff confer as computer screens show seismic activity from the Bardarbunga volcanic eruption at the Icelandic met office in Reykjavik on August 23, 2014.
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C'est magnifique! A campsite set up by a former Doncaster couple who decided to live the dream has been voted the third best in the whole of France.
The Dublin-based airline says more than a quarter of its passengers already are business travellers, and hopes the new product will allow it to capture three-fourths of all business travel between Britain and Ireland, its two biggest markets.
The Blaugrana have announced that the right-back will arrive in Catalunya before the end of the week to undergo a medical and then sign a five-year contract with the club Barcelona have agreed a transfer fee with Sao Paulo for Douglas that could rise to 5.5 million.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said early Wednesday that he has support for a peace plan from leaders who attended a summit meeting in Minsk, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Interfax news agency reported.
A Maryland man is suing British Airways because of a mix-up that landed him in a completely different country from his intended destination.
A record tourism year may be a boost for Spain's struggling economy, but in one corner of Barcelona residents are furious about drunken holidaymakers and a new fad for carousing naked in public.
Berlin's mayor Klaus Wowereit is stepping down after 13 years running the city he once described as "poor but sexy", his reputation tarnished in recent years by embarrassing delays and cost overruns to the German capital's new airport.
Rail commuters heading into London following the bank holiday are facing severe delays on one of the UK's key train routes.
An agency creative and a friend are driving along the old Silk Road from China to the Netherlands using only Chinese brands as part of an effort to promote the innovations they are seeing in China.
Scientists from the French National Research Agency and Texas A&M University are part of a team that has recovered 20 Phoenician grinding stones and 50 amphorae about one mile off the coast of Malta's Gozo Island.
YORK is one of the most popular destinations this Bank Holiday as more Britons get away to enjoy the last of the 2014 summer, according to Travelodge.
They have stood quietly among us for centuries, often unnoticed. But now, some of England's historic statues have been given a voice.
At the former headquarters of the East German secret police, cheerful American and British tourists scan maps and chatter as they file into the blocky concrete building once known as "the House of One Thousand Eyes."
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:19 am
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