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Italy has more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country in the world, and its art and cultural riches have drawn visitors for centuries.
Yulia Sidorenko, 25, traveled three and half hours from Vinnytsya to Kiev on Sunday.
By THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press Four years after the tea party rocked the political world by ousting several prominent Republicans in Congress, the ultra-conservative movement finds itself... By THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press Four years after the tea party rocked the political world by ousting several prominent Republicans in Congress, the ... (more)
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson said Russia's strongarm tactics in its former satellite could make it harder for the eight nations on the Arctic Council to reach agreements at a time when the region faces a series of critical issues.
Bees fans will have to wait even longer to find out the fate of their football club's future as a decision on their proposed stadium has been delayed for a second time.
Top officials from Philadelphia will travel to Rome this month to ask Pope Francis to attend a huge Roman Catholic gathering in the city next year, they announced Friday.
Western leaders were engaged in renewed efforts to secure a diplomatic solution to the Crimea crisis tonight - as a team of observers was once again denied entry to the peninsula.
Within the next 10 days state privatization fund TAIPED will announce its decision on the tender for the development of the old airport at Elliniko, southern Athens.
A County Armagh man, who was caught in Bundoran on possession of drugs and having drugs for sale and supply, has been remanded on continuing bail until April 4. 55 year-old Paul McConville, Craig Terrace, Craigavon, county Armagh is charged with possession and having drugs for sale and supply at Burnhill, Bundoran on November 21 last year.
A European human rights body sparked fury last night after it accused Britain of breaching international law - by not spending enough money on local councils.
Everything is cheaper in Hemet than San Francisco, including $4 boxes of Girl Scout cookies.
In this Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, file photo, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks speaks to the media and members of the public from a balcony at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
On Friday, a woman passes by a WWII memorial - the actual Russian tank that was first to enter Simferopol, Ukraine, in 1944 as the Red Army was advancing.
Even though I haven't lived in London since the late '90s, I still know where to go on a big night out.
The bubbly will be flowing and the harbour crammed with yachts at the world's biggest property fair next week in Cannes.