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The former co-president of Europe’s aerospace champion EADS, Noel Forgeard, has been remanded in custody as French financial police investigate
Deutsche Post, owners of the DHL parcel delivery service, has signed a deal for the American market with rivals and world number one UPS.
In a much-forecast move Indonesia has left the oil cartel OPEC. A member since 1962wo, it has been considering leaving for the last three years.
New protests have been breaking out across Europe against the painful rise in fuel prices. A court ordered French fishermen encamped around one oil
As football’s Euro 2008 tournament draws near, The Dom Museum in Vienna is exploring why certain soccer events engender something which transcends
Scientists in Australia have transplanted genes from the extinct Tasmanian Tiger into a mouse, and watched them function.
It’s the first time ever
The biggest thing to come out of Castle Donington in Britain’s East Midlands since the demise of “The Monsters of Rock” festival have released their
The world’s smallest manned helicopter has taken to the skies in the place where the concept of vertical flight is purported to have been born.
Ehud Olmert’s leadership of Israel has been dealt a potentially fatal blow by his main coalition partner. Defence Minister Ehud Barak has called on
World governments are facing a call to recommit themselves to fighting human rights abuses.
In its latest report, Amnesty International says 60
Fouad Siniora is set to continue as Lebanese Prime Minister after an agreement among his allies in parliament.
It is the latest step in a
The key witness in a corruption probe threatening the future of Israel’s Prime Minister has testified that he gave Ehud Olmert envelopes containing
A verdict is expected today in the trial of French serial killer Michel Fourniret and his wife Monique Olivier. Prosecutors are seeking life in
Mass evacuations are underway in the regions of China already devastated by the huge earthquake two weeks ago. Tent camps have been set up in Sichuan
In many coastal areas of France, fishermen are continuing their protests against spiralling fuel costs. They have been blocking roads and handing out