"It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest"
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"(The agreement) moves our relationship with Apple from being adversaries in court to business partners"
Nokia's Chief Legal Officer
"This attack stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice"
British Prime Minister
"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
Canada’s embattled prime minister has engineered the suspension of parliament so he can avoid a no-confidence vote next week which he would almost
Thailand’s revered ruler – whom many believe could have brought some calm to the political storm shaking his country – has had to cancel his annual
A ship carrying coal has been prevented from unloading in Denmark. No other fossil fuel pollutes like coal pollutes, and so Greenpeace eco-militants
Riots in Tibet in March this year marked a failed uprising against Chinese domination half a century ago, and were put down with the same rigour
The European Parliament has welcomed the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan spiritual leader’s trip to Europe this week is set to include a meeting with the
A one-minute’s-silence has been observed in Spain for the businessman murdered by ETA terrorists in the Basque country. Tributes were paid in the
The American telecom giant AT&T is to lay off 12,000 employees, equivalent to four percent of its workforce, to cut costs. The jobs will be cut in
Europe’s markets were up and down on Thursday, lifted by the promise of interest rate cuts but held back by page after page of glum financial
Swiss banking’s number two, Credit Suisse, has announced it is to cut 5,300 jobs. That means around 11 percent of the group’s global workforce will
European borrowers have been given an early Christmas present in the form of interest rate cuts, designed to boost spending and turn around the
Andrius Kubilius was recently elected Lithuania’s prime minister but he has had little or no time to enjoy a honeymoon period. Lithunia must start
The former Russian President Vladimir Putin has hinted at a return to the Kremlin, but not for at least three years. Asked about the presidency after
British police, who have one of the world’s largest DNA banks, have been told they cannot retain the details of people who have been arrested but not
Israeli soldiers have forcibly removed Jewish settlers from a disputed building in the West Bank city of Hebron. Hundreds of troops moved in after
A window on the world of tribal life in Africa. An exhibition of rare photographs and artefacts has opened in London. It offers a unique insight
President Sarkozy has unveiled an economic rescue plan for France, saying failure to act now will have disastrous repercussions in the future. He
Expect scenes of high excitement at a cinema near you soon. Teen vampire movie “Twilight” has fans in a frenzy across the US. Speaking about her role
The jaguar, which once roamed the Americas in great numbers, is now an endangered species. Farming and road-building have destroyed much of its
Interest rates have been slashed across Europe in a bid to turn the dire economic situation around.
The European Central Bank cut the rate for the
The exodus of stranded tourists leaving Bangkok’s main international airport is accelerating, but authorities do not expect normal service to be
Russian television viewers have been assured that their government is doing all it can to help them through the world financial crisis. Prime
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has unveiled a 26 billion euro plan to rescue the French economy, saying failure to act now will have disastrous
Condoleezza Rice has urged Pakistan to take a tough line on terrorism in the wake of last week’s attacks in Mumbai. The US Secretary of State was in
If confirmation were needed about the severity of the world credit crisis, the fallout has now hit one of Switzerland’s major financial names. Credit
The people of Azpeitia have lost no time in erecting a memorial to businessman Ignacio Uria Mendizabel, a local man made good, and a soft target for
A week after the multiple terrorist attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai, vigils have been held for the scores of people who died.
The Danish government is calling for more legal clarity after one of its warships was prevented from arresting a boatload of suspected pirates off