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Heavy snow has caused chaos in many parts of Western Europe. In Germany trucks and cars came to a halt on the A8 motorway near Stuttgart, with
It was the scene of the largest mass murder in history. A place where around 1 and a half million men, women and children perished. Most of them were
Ukraine’s newly sworn-in President Viktor Yushchenko starts his first day in the job today with a visit to Moscow and a meeting with Vladimir Putin
The new Palestinian president believes he is close to striking a ceasefire deal with militants. Mahmoud Abbas says he has been making good progress
One of the classic images of countries in southern Europe during the summer months is raging forest fires along the coast.
Now a conference in
In a meeting with Spanish bishops the Pope has expressed his concern about what he regards as the diminishing role of the Church in the lives of
The Constitution treaty is signed but, in Belgium anyway, ratification in a referendum appears unlikely.
Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt has lost
Western Europe is facing a white out, with forecasters predicting snowfall across France, Switzerland, parts of Spain and Italy. To the east of
The Asian countries that were so badly affected by last month’s tsunami say they will work together to help the region’s tourism industry recover
A report that US regulators could block the take-over of IBM’s PC business by Chinese computer maker Lenovo has been welcomed by investors, causing
Microsoft has decided not to appeal against an EU court order implementing anti-trust sanctions. Last December, the software giant lost a bid to
Fiat will wait until at least the 2nd of February before exercising its right to sell its troubled car division to General Motors
Sixty years after the liberation of Auschwitz, Israel is reporting a sharp rise in violent anti-Semitism. A government document shows an increase in