Log in
Please enter your login details

Skip to main content

Breaking News
  • WHO: Syria allows more medical aid access to Aleppo and the  districts around Damascus (Reuters )
  • Tunisian presidential election: Beji Caid Essebsi wins with 55.68 pct vs. 44.32 pct for rival Moncef Marzouki – electoral results (Reuters)
  • Catalonia High Court says it will open proceedings over potential disobedience of regional president Artur Mas for holding symbolic secession vote in November



  • Shell’s profit jumps

    Royal Dutch Shell’s third-quarter profits came in much higher than forecast – up 18 percent on the… 28/10/10 17:47 CET

  • Sanofi sceptical on Genzyme forecast

    Sanofi-Aventis is signalling that it may not increase the size of its hostile takeover bid for … 28/10/10 17:47 CET

  • Massive recall by Nissan

    Japan’s Nissan has issued a recall for 2.14 million cars to fix a fault with the ignition system… 28/10/10 17:47 CET

  • New rules hit Santander profit

    The euro zone’s biggest bank, Santander, has said its profit this year would be less than… 28/10/10 17:47 CET




  • Stuttgart 21: dividing a city

    In the German city of Stuttgart, for many months thousands of citizens have been protesting against… 28/10/10 19:20 CET

world news

« 27 October 201029 October 2010 »