e-Justice launched

EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding and Belgian Justice Minister Stefaan de Clerck today launched a new website called e-Justice. The site


Google profit disappoints

Google’s quarterly profit came in weaker than analysts had predicted, the first time that has happened in two years. Higher expenses offset a 24

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Military parade in Syria

Members of the Palestinian Fatah al-Intifada group have celebrated their military graduation with a passing-out show at the Saladin camp in Ghouta


40 killed in Iraq hotel fire

At least 40 people have been killed and 23 have been injured in a fire in northern Iraq. The fire hit the Soma Hotel in the city of Suleimaniya


Bridging europe's pensions gap

Faced with an ageing population, EU nations are under pressure to reform their pension systems. The European Commission has recently issued a green