BREAKING NEWS

2009-03-24

Sci-tech

Swift takes to the sky

The project to develop a clean, green plane that does not need petrol has already got off the ground. With little more than a jump start, the Swift

Europe

Wind energy

Wind could be EU’s ticket to energy sustainability, according to industry representatives. What does the wind sector have going for it?

World

Serbia says it will never forget

Ten years after NATO’s 78-day bombing campaign of Serbia, the country still has not given up on Kosovo. The capital Belgrade still bears the scars

World

Clash in Israeli-Arab town

Israeli Arab protesters have clashed with police after right-wing Israelis marched on the predominantly Arab town of Um al-Fahm. The Israelis headed

Business

Tuesday 24th March

European shares fluctuated through the day and finished slightly higher but London closed one percent down. There was some profit taking by

Business

AIG bonus row continues

The bonus blame game continues in Washington. The uproar over millions that was paid to top executives of the failed insurance company AIG had

Business

Fury over Valeo payoff

A big payoff for Thierry Morin, the outgoing boss of French car parts supplier Valeo, has provoked an angry reaction. Morin is set to get a 3.2

World

Belgrade remembers NATO bombing

Sirens began to sound across Belgrade early in the evening on March the 24th, 1999. Over the next 78 days NATO kept up a relentless bombing campaign

World

Clashes in Israeli-Arab town

Israeli Arab protesters have clashed with police after right-wing Israelis marched on the predominantly Arab town of Um al-Fahm. The Israeli ultra