""It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest""
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"We are already sitting at the negotiation table and we won't leave if there is a political will to come to an agreement."
""We are closing all the shops in Bethlehem today because we are standing with all the prisoners.""
""You will always have something to pass on to your family.""
UK Prime Minister
"We want things to move faster, go further"
Bruno Le Maire
French economy minister
"...it is a method designed to train your body from within..."
Founder, Aunkai Bujutsu
"We're moving from a position of strength to transform Ford for the future"
Bill Ford Jr.
Leaders of Europe’s four biggest economies have underlined the need for stability and strengthened confidence after talks on the financial
O.J. Simpson, the former pro-football star famously cleared of murder thirteen years ago, has been found guilty on all charges in a Las Vegas kidnap
Claim and counter-claim surrounds the reported death of the Chief of Staff of Russia’s forces in South Ossetia.
Moscow says Colonel Ivan Petrik
After months of an awkward coalition in the German State of Hesse, between the SPD and the conservatives, the SPD has voted to throw their lot in
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is hosting heads of Government from Germany, Italy and Britain for a mini-summit he hopes will restore confidence in
European leaders are meeting in Paris for a summit which French President Nicolas Sarkozy hopes will shore up confidence in a crisis hit banking
OJ Simpson has been found guilty on all charges in a Las Vegas kidnap and robbery case.
The conviction comes 13 years after he was famously
Turkey’s military says 15 soldiers have been killed during fighting with PKK rebels in south-east Turkey.
Turkish army officials say the clashes
A bomb has exploded outside a court in Spain’s north-eastern Basque region
The blast in the town of Tolosa came 30 minutes after a warning from the
The US presidential candidates have given their first reaction to Congress approval of the multi-billion euro bail-out for the country’s economy
Market uncertainty persisted despite the US Congress adopting President Bush’s multi-billion euro bail-out plan.
Traders in New York cheered when
The Netherlands government has nationalised the Dutch activities of struggling European bank Fortis.
The 17 billion euro deal effectively breaks