BREAKING NEWS

2009-08-03

Europe

Jobs in the crisis

With the job market hit hard by the economic crisis, Europeans are worried. A recent Eurobarometre survey found that six out of ten believe the worst

Business

Metro's sales fall

German retailer Metro’s sales and profits fell during the second-quarter.The world’s fourth largest retailer saw revenue declined by almost four

Business

Monday 3rd August

European shares finished at their highest in nine months as solid results from major European banks and the latest US manufacturing data increased

World

New NATO chief faces busy term

The new NATO Secretary General has promised the Alliance’s mission to Afghanistan will go on as long as necessary, despite worsening violence on the

World

Pay back time for French farmers

French farmers have been told they must pay back millions in subsidy handouts. Between 1992 and 2002 fruit and vegetable producers in France received

World

New NATO chief to set out vision

NATO’s new boss will today outline his vision of the way forward for the military alliance, as casualties increase among its forces in Afghanistan