South African platinum producer Lonmin has extended for a day, a deadline for striking workers at its Marikana mine to return to work. Workers have
Electricity prices in Belgium should not be raised in the wake of a safety shutdown at a nuclear power station, the country’s Economy Minister Johan
An Italian court has confirmed an earlier ruling preventing production at a southern steel plant because of pollution. Management had argued that
President Zardari of Pakistan has asked the interior ministry to investigate after a Christian girl with reported mental disabilities was jailed for
Hollywood filmmaker Tony Scott, who made a string of big-screen action movies, has jumped to his death from a bridge over Los Angeles Harbour.
A court in China has handed down a suspended death sentence to the wife of disgraced politician Bo Xilai. In a scandal that has rocked China’s
As striking workers at the Lonmin mine in South Africa mourned their colleagues who were gunned down by police last week, managers issued an
Thousands of people have turned out at a protest in Brussels against the imminent release of the ex-wife of Belgian serial killer Marc