Opposition leaders had encouraged the gathering to show support for integration with Europe
Olympia, 25-26 January 2014
Save the Children has celebrated the Christmas Jumper Day by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the most people wearing Christmas Jumpers in one place at Westfield London. Choreographer Arlene Phillips led hundreds of Save the Children supporters in a dance routine as they attempted to break the record.
Newly analysed data showed the temperature plunged to -93.2C (-135.8F) in August 2010
Salustiano Sanchez-Blazquez, born in Spain in 1901, said he owed his longevity to eating a banana and six Anacin every day
A Cambridgeshire crisp maker has smashed the world record for the heaviest bag of crisps, filling a packet almost double the weight of the previous record.
Local media reports suggest retired farmer Dhaqabo Ebba's recollections of historical events place his date of birth in the 1850s
Performers arrive from all over the world for display of 'the joy of Irish dance'
An 80-year-old Japanese mountaineer has begun his attempt to scale Mount Everest, in an effort to reclaim his title as the oldest man to reach the summit.
Mr Roache, 81, was arrested at his home in Wilmslow, Cheshire and was interviewed by police late into yesterday evening.
Sailendra Nath Roy was famous for stunts using his hair
A Nepalese man has set a world record for the longest broadcast by a television presenter after remaining on air for 62 hours and 12 minutes.
Eighties chart stars including Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde are to try to set a new world record for the world's highest gig.
The comic who plays Judas Iscariot says auto-tuning his voice is 'f***ing rude' and 'insulting'
Cyprus has been forced to reprint all 575,000 ballot slips for next month’s presidential election after Guinness World Records objected to a candidate’s use of its logo.
Graham Hughes has visited every country in the world – without flying