BREAKING NEWS

2009-10-06

Business

IMF seeks more funds

At its meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, the International Monetary Fund has been working on its evolving role, in the wake of the near global financial

Business

Markets: 6th October

European shares finished at their highest in six week – up 2.68 percent – as Australia’s interest rate rise made investors more confident that the

Business

Rio goes for Gobi gold

Australia’s Rio Tinto is to go ahead with a multibillion euro plan to extract copper and gold from one of the world’s biggest untapped deposits under

Culture

Turner Prize fireworks

Is it art? Or is it a cash cow? A gigantic waste of money? Or just a joke? Every year the Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery in London provokes

Culture

Saviors in the Night

“Saviors In the Night” is the true story of Marga Spiegel (played by Veronica Ferres in the film). She was hidden – along with her husband

Europe

Science for Africa

Africa is, without doubt, the continent that is furthest behind the rest of the world in terms of science. So should Europe concentrate on

Europe

Eat it, Drink it, Move it

‘Eat it, Drink it, Move it’ is the latest EU anti-obesity campaign slogan. What’s new in this health initiative for youngsters?