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Dubai Ports World is to delay taking management control of US port facilities owned by the British company P&O which it is buying.
Security forces in Iraq are enforcing a strict curfew around Baghdad and in several provinces. At least 130 people have died as a result of inter
Rescue workers using sniffer dogs have continued to search for survivors in the wreckage of a Moscow market hall overnight. At least 56 people are
Test results are due to confirm later today whether turkeys on a farm in eastern France have contracted the most deadly form of bird flu. The farmer
China has denounced the European Union’s plan to impose anti-dumping duties on its leather
shoe exports as a step too far.
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Spain’s Gas Natural is reportedly preparing a new, higher takeover bid for electricity company Endesa. that would match, or even exceed, the 29
Relief for the movers and shakers of the US business world who feared that their BlackBerry portable e-mail devices were about to be switched
On an official visit to Paris, Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski has said the EU constitution has virtually no chance of being ratified by his
Serbia’s President Vojislav Kostunica has insisted his country’s doing all it can to apprehend Ratko Mladic, as demanded by the European