EU figures show that while foreign drivers account for only five percent of traffic on Europe’s roads, they are responsible for 15 percent of
One European in six has a recognised disability today, either slight or severe, some 80 million people in all. With the ageing of the population
Putting pressure on Ivory Coast incumbent Laurent Gbagbo to relinquish power after a disputed presidential election, the European Union has agreed to
The potential destruction of Europe’s fisheries has been invoked by environmental activists outside quota talks among EU ministers, in
New research into deep water coral reefs off the coast of Puerto Rico has uncovered previously unknown marine life, including endangered species.
Not as bad as expected, seems to be the grudging consensus from music critics on the posthumous Michael Jackson album, Michael, released this week.
US actor and producer John Malkovich, who headed the jury at the 10th Marrakech Film Festival, broke with tradition in Morocco, announcing prizes for
Half a dozen nursery-school children and their teacher have been released safely from a siege in the east of France. The youngsters were re-united
Kosovo’s prime minister says he has won re-election but he’s having to keep the champagne on ice. Official results are expected today but they may
Education is not restricted to the classroom. Across the world there are many children who cannot go to school, mainly because of poverty or family
As 2010 draws to a close, repeatedly called a year of crisis, two Germans, two devoted Europeans, look forward to the crisis exit prospects in 2011
The siege at a French nursery school where an armed man took 20 children hostage has ended. The 17-year-old, with a history of psychological
Squads of elite French police have begun moving in on a nursery school in the east of the country where an armed youth has been holding five or six
Empowering developing countries Grace Mueni Nyaa is the founder of the Kyome Fresh Company Ltd: “The help that is coming to Africa is really good
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Finnish President Tarja Halonen have been among the first passengers to board a new high-speed train. The