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Airbus has announced a fourth round of delays in deliveries of its A380 superjumbo. Saying it was unable to boost production as quickly as it had
Beat the criminal fakes business through legislation? Forget it. But with better practical cooperation, Europe might have a fighting chance.
Coming soon to a supermarket near you: chlorine- disinfected chicken, that is if an initiative by Brussels is successful. The European Commission
Personal computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard has struck a deal to buy US computer services company Electronic Data Systems. The price is nine
Euro zone finance ministers, at their monthly meeting in Brussels, along with European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet, have admitted that
At least 60 people are reported to have died in the Indian city of Jaipur after a series of bomb blasts.
More than 100 were injured.
The Chinese army is spearheading the rescue effort but bad weather has been making their task harder.
It has been further complicated by the
Emergency workers in China have been rescuing people from collapsed buildings after yesterday’s earthquake but time is running out.
A delegation from the Council of Europe sent to Belgium to try to help with the country’s linguistic divide appears to have ruffled feathers
A ship carrying thousands of litres of drinking water has arrived in the drought stricken port of Barcelona – just as the heavens opened.
Myanmar’s military government has denied unconfirmed reports that it is hoarding high quality aid meant for cyclone victims and replacing it with
The Tower of Babel, a symbol of Man’s sinful pride, origin of the linguistic confusion sewn on him by God and later the inspiration for artists, is
In Europe, Biogas is mainly put to use in heating and electricity, but some town councils are going a step further and using it to power waste
Four years after the series ended, leaving fans worldwide begging for more, the ladies of “Sex and the City” are back for big-screen encore. Designer
Myanmar’s military government continues to reject international criticism that it’s not responding quickly enough to help the victims of Cyclone
The first rescuers have reached the epicentre of the earthquake that has laid waste to swathes of China’s Sichuan province. State media say nearly
Roads in the worst-hit areas were ripped up by the earthquake, leaving survivors with little outside help. Around 50,000 soldiers have been deployed
Hillary Clinton looks set for a big win today in the Democratic presidential race but even if she does take West Virginia it could be too late to
Italy’s new prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, stressed the need for economic growth as he outlined his government’s programme to
In Britain, a law to allow human and animal material to be combined in embryos, to help find cures for disease, has passed its first parliamentary
Italy’s new right-wing government has already drawn-up plans to tackle illegal immigration, which could put it on a collision course with Brussels
Israeli officials say a 70-year-old woman has been killed by a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip. Medics said the woman was hit by shrapnel as she
There were reports of fresh violence in Tripoli this morning as the Lebanese army said it was prepared to use force to restore law and order
The US says Myanmar’s government has granted landing permission for two more flights carring aid for the survivors of Cyclone Nargis. But officials
Fifteen British tourists have been reported missing in the region of south-western China worst hit by yesterday’s devastating earthquake. The group