Assistant secretary of state, Victoria Nuland, apologises to EU counterparts for 'undiplomatic language'
A soundbite in the court of public opinion is so much easier than wading through all that legal evidence
British reporter grills French president about actress and asks if he wishes 'she was here'
The media may take her side, but Amanda Knox's guilt has been upheld by a serious court of law
Press conference with David Cameron likely to focus on French president's love life rather than the EU
Disenchanted Britons have rioted in the past. What would it take to tip the balance today?
France was unfussed by Hollande's infidelity, but issue of same-sex relationships is a 'battleground'
Parliament repeals anti-protest laws that sparked violent clashes between protesters and police
Opposition agree to continue talks with government despite news of another death in Kiev
SS leader referred to himself as a 'beast' and 'wild man' in letters that fuelled his sexual fantasies
Filipino police form a makeshift roadblock as thousands of protesters march on Manila’s House of Representatives during President Benigno Aquino's state of the nation Address. Aquino faces mounting anger about alleged government corruption.
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