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As the world wrestles with questions about biofuels versus food, researchers in Brazil are investigating the potential of elephant grass.
An estimated half of all adults in some EU countries don’t have a bank account. This week Europeans takes a look at how governments and banks are
Ireland’s foreign minister has said do not count on his country to propose swift solutions to its voters’ rejection of the Lisbon Treaty. It was hard
European shares finished the session down on Thursday after having earlier been boosted by unexpected news of a British shopping spree last month
Shares in several of Italy’s oil refiners dropped on Thursday, one day after the Rome government approved a windfall tax on energy company’s profits
Britain’s Imperial Tobacco Group is to cut around 2,440 jobs – 6% of its workforce – following its acquisition of Franco-Spanish tobacco group
A 22 billion euro contract to supply refuelling planes to the US Air Force is up in the air after government auditors in Washington ruled there were
Two Spanish pilots and two German officers with the EU peacekeeping mission in Bosnia have been killed in a helicopter crash. The aircraft came down
It has long been the holy grail for car manufacturers, but now a Japanese company has recently unveiled a car it claims runs entirely on water and
One of the highlights of the four-day long Arabic Music Festival in Paris was a concert of Nouba melodies by the El Mawsili orchestra.
Scepticism has greeted the Israel/Hamas ceasefire among resident in the Israeli town of Sderot close to the Gaza Strip. Four people have been killed
Russia has issued a stern warning to Georgia over the brief detention of four Russian soldiers. Images of the arrest, with the Russians being
An Italian appeals court has upheld life sentences against 16 members of the most powerful and violent clan of the southern Camorra mafia. The
The Secretary General of Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC party, Tendai Biti, has been charged with corruption and election rigging, and faces the death
Afghan officials are claiming success in their offensive against suspected Taliban militants in the south of the country. It is reported that
The uneasy truce between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas continues to hold in the Gaza Strip. However, scepticism over the
At The Death House Door is a personal look at the death penalty in Texas seen through the eyes of a retired death row chaplain.
The UK parliament has ratified the Lisbon reform treaty, the first country to do so since the Irish rejection in a referendum. Despite moves by
As of this morning a ceasefire is now in place in Gaza after Israel and Hamas called a halt to any further fighting. The truce is meant to end months