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French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron tried Tuesday to laugh off a rocky start to their relationship despite lingering differences over the eurozone crisis.
Guns N' Roses guitar legend Slash was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday -- with fellow former hell-raiser Charlie Sheen joining those paying tribute.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Sunday said he was "shocked and disgusted" by reports that the Taliban publicly executed an Afghan woman accused of adultery.
Church bells, bicycle bells, handbells, ship's bells, and even mobile phones will sound across Britain in a "cacophonous, amazing sound" to mark the start of the Olympics.
Most London shoppers rush by 165 Oxford Street without a second glance -- but it was here 50 years ago that The Rolling Stones played their first gig and changed the landscape of pop music forever.
The Church of England is set to take a final vote on Monday on whether to ordain women bishops, after years of wrangling between traditionalists and liberals.
Taiwan's leading smartphone maker HTC Thursday hailed as a victory a British court ruling that it did not infringe on a patent owned by the US technology giant Apple.
Eric Sykes, a giant of British comedy for sixty years and a familiar face to fans of the Harry Potter films, has died aged 89, his manager announced on Wednesday.
Storied British football club Manchester United, overloaded with debt since their takeover by a billionaire American family of investors, is moving to raise cash through a US share sale.
Italian veteran Valentina Vezzali will seek to bring the curtain down on her career at the London Games by claiming a record sixth fencing gold.
Barclays chairman Marcus Agius resigned on Monday, saying suspected manipulation of inter-bank lending rates by staff had "dealt a devastating blow" to the reputation of the British banking giant.
Grammy Award-winning British soul diva Adele announced on Friday that she is pregnant with her first child.
In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has given the world about five million new people since the first test tube baby was born in England 34 years ago.
Lord Mayor of London David Wootton arrived in Kazakhstan with a working visit.
Former Prime-Minister of Great Britain Tony Blair gave a lecture at Nazarbayev University in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan.
Famous British model Charlotte Devaney (Narni) made a video with dancing girls made up as ‘Kazakhstan journalist’ Borat.
London police has not yet informed of apprehension of Kazakhstan citizen accused of human trafficking.
A man from Lithuania and a woman from Kazakhstan were apprehended in London in suspicion of human trafficking.
Western and Kazakh top managers exchanged opinions on privatization, attractive business-climate, prospects of People's IPO and industrial-innovative development of Kazakhstan.
Hambledon Mining acquired 100 percent of Kazakhstan’s Akmola Gold that has two gold-mining projects at the territory of Kazakhstan.
- Francois Hollande
- David Cameron
- United States
- Hollywood Walk of Fame
- Rolling Stones
- Asia Pacific
- Manchester United
- Nazarbayev University
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Tony Blair
- human trafficking
- stock exchange
- Samruk Kazyna