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2 hrs ago | The Age
Paul McGeough reports from the embattled Ukrainian city of Donetsk, where international monitors including AFP officers are frustrated by failed attempts to access the plane crash site.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Breeze
These are tough times for British workers - unless you happen to be part of a particular family business headquartered in central London.
11 hrs ago | Croydon Guardian
Passengers will not be able to travel from East Croydon to London Bridge for nine days next month due to Network Rail plans to completely redevelop London Bridge station.
12 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
This two-bedroom penthouse apartment, high on its 25th floor, in Barcelona, Spain, is found in the Illa del Mar area of the city.
16 hrs ago | West Australian
In a well-lit office with red window frames in downtown Bucharest, Romania's first bitcoin ATM attracts many who until it opened in May had to buy or sell the digital currency face-to-face or through wire transfers.
16 hrs ago | Grantham Journal
Train maintenance staff will be striking as part of the industrial action by members of the Unite Union until Thursday.
18 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers
The Met Office issued a severe weather warning today for the south-east of England as almost half a month's worth of rain fell in an hour in some places.
Grandmother, Little Girl and Xolo the dog have now sailed out of the city on the River Mersey in a special leaving ceremony.
Image released by the U.S. State Department showing what it says is evidence of Russia firing artillery into eastern Ukraine.
With more than one in three consumers in Northern Ireland shopping online at least once a month and online spending expected to increase by over 10 per cent each year it has never been more important to shop online safely and know your rights.
Germans must put peace before economic considerations and accept tougher sanctions against Russia if necessary, Germany's finance minister told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper on Sunday.
Junior Treasury Minister David Gauke says he cannot rule out voluntary redundancies for civil servants in Londonderry if new posts can't be found as part of a redeployment process across the service.
The ward councillors are confident that improved car parking, traffic calming measures and resurfacing will make the village safer for people living in Blackrod and for those driving through it.
DOZENS of people have had holidays cancelled after Colin Hornsey, who ran Unicorn Holidays and Tours Ltd, Warminster, called in a debt management company.
Pope Francis has traveled to a southern Italian stronghold of a clan of mobsters who poisoned local farmlands by dumping illicitly trafficked toxic waste.
Where has all the glamour gone? I'm sitting on the terrace of the Wunderbar Caffe, which overlooks the Ionian Sea in Taormina in Sicily.
More than a week after Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 came down in eastern Ukraine, Malaysian investigators have not yet been able to access the entire crash site, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak said Saturday.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:11 pm
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