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More than a hundred million euros of mispent or missused farm subsidies are being claimed back by Brussels. Several countries are in the firing line
New efforts are underway to allow Europe’s fishermen back into Moroccan waters. A treaty between the European Union and Rabat ran out in 1999
Turkey will meet the final pre-condition for opening talks on European Union membership when it signs a customs union protocol on Wednesday.
The names of two of the four people believed to have taken part in last week’sbotched bombings in London have been made public in an bid to speed up
Philippine President, Gloria Arroyo is to facing possible impeachment.The county’s parliamentary opposition has drawn up a document calling for her
The process of writing a new constitution for Iraq appears to be back on track after Sunni Muslims said they would abandon their boycott of the
As the forensic examination of the Sharm el-Sheikh hotels continues Eqyptian police detained 93 people who may have information about the bombers
It was 10 years ago to the day that terrorists struck the transport network in Paris. A bomb exploded in Saint Michel metro station, killing eight
With lives and livelihoods destroyed hundreds of people took to the streets of Sharm el-Sheikh on Sunday in a peace demonstration following
Roadblocks have been set up and there are reports of a gunbattle near Sharm el-Sheikh as Egyptian police search for those who planned and carried out
Setting aside their domestic squabbles, the British and French prime ministers met in Downing Street to consider ways of combining their efforts to
Fighting for her political survival, the president of the Philippines has called for radical changes in the system of government.