Did Tsunami warning fail Chile?

Chile now says 800 people were killed in the weekend’s earthquake and even deadlier tsunami that followed it. President Bachelet says the final death


Geneva going greener

With sales unpredictable, the world’s carmakers are keen to drive up interest by showing off new green technologies at this year’s Geneva Auto


Pablo Picasso show in Moscow

Hundreds of paintings and sculptures by Pablo Picasso have gone on display at the Moscow State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. It is the biggest


Adidas looks to World Cup

Adidas, the world’s second largest sporting goods company, has posted a weak finish to 2009 and its outlook for the current year is less optimistic


Aid trickles through to Chile

Aid is slowly beginning to arrive in the earthquake-stricken areas of southern Chile. Four days after the 8.8 magnitude tremor killed around 800


Italy says arrests Iranian spies

Italian police have made a series of arrests in Milan, Rome and Turin of Italian and Iranian nationals suspected of illegal arms trading. Some of the