BREAKING NEWS

2009-05-11

World

US journalist freed in Iran

An American journalist imprisoned for spying in Iran has walked free after her sentence was reduced on appeal. Roxana Saberi, who holds joint

Europe

EU Profiler

Who will go to vote in the June EU elections? Who will they vote for? What motivates the voters? How to help them make their decisions?

Europe

Job mobility

In March, the European Union unemployment rate hit 8.3%. At same time, half a million jobs remain unfilled – particularly in Germany and Britain

Europe

Brussels-Cuba woo factor

Europe’s courtship of Cuba just got warmer. Brussels says the European Union should not let the United States get in ahead of it. In Washington the

Business

Centrica EDF nuclear deal

Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, is to buy 20 percent of the UK nuclear business purchased earlier this year by the state-owned French

Business

Monday 11th May

European shares closed over one percent lower with investors turning cautious but also selling particularly financial stocks to take advantage of

Business

Tapie to tap into Club Med?

French entrepreneur Bernard Tapie has said that he is considering taking a stake in holiday group Club Mediterranee. Last week the loss making

World

Inconclusive talks in Georgia

Top-level talks aimed at easing the increasing political instability in Georgia have broken up inconclusively. President Mikheil Saakashvili met

World

Dozens dead in Somalia clashes

Clashes between rival Islamist groups in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu have left dozens of people dead. The street battles in one of the world’s