BREAKING NEWS

2010-04-22

Business

Obama scolds Wall Street

Wall Street has been given a telling off by President Barack Obama for the risk-taking that led to the financial crisis. He told an New York

Business

SAS posts further losses

Scandinavian airline SAS has posted another quarterly loss – of 100 million euros. The airline, which is half-owned by the governments of Sweden

Business

Nestle's sales rise

Nestle’s overall group sales rose 4.4 percent in the first-quarter to 18.3 billion euros. The world’s biggest food group did well in all regions

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Clashes in Bosnia

Police fired teargas at thousands of veterans of Bosnia’s 1992-95 war who smashed windows of government buildings during a protest on Wednesday

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Train crash in South Africa

A luxury train carrying foreign tourists, most of them Americans, sped out of control downhill and derailed in South Africa on Wednesday, killing two

Culture

Sol Gabetta in perfect harmony

Emotion and energy – in perfect harmony – that is what Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta strives for when she performs. She is one of the most renowned

Culture

Bonus interview: Sol Gabetta

Here are some extracts from our interview with the Argentinean cellist Sol Gabetta. She tells us more about her private life and her relationship

World

Train tragedy in South Africa

At least two people have been killed as a luxury tourist train sped out of control downhill and derailed in South Africa. Up to 25 people were