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The leftist party's win will rattle nerves in the EU as it promises to renegotiate its Eurozone financial promises.
The question that global markets are now waiting to have answered is how much bonds the ECB will buy and for how long.
The UN says that ISIL has executed "scores" of people in Iraq and Syria in the past few weeks.
Cameroon President Paul Biya appealed to African allies to join the fight against Boko Haram.
The battle for control of Donetsk airport in the east threatens to unravel efforts to de-escalate the year-long crisis.
The fresh wave of violence has so far left 24 people dead and several hundreds injured.
Scientists state that at no time in human history has the Earth's ecosystem been so quickly eroded as the past 60 years.
Does the sudden Swiss Central Bank move to end euro pegging indicate Eurozone Quantitative Easing is imminent?
France is withdrawing 1,200 troops from the Central African Republic by autumn.
There are fears that the talks could be scuttled if Libya Dawn representatives fail to turn up in Geneva.