Bulgaria’s government has called for urgent measures to tackle corruption and organised crime after the EU suspended funds to the country.
The Sudanese president has visited Darfur — his first trip there since being accused of genocide and war-crimes in the region.
Barack Obama has rekindled controversy over his Middle East policy by restating Jerusalem should be Israel’s capital. He was speaking in Sderot, the
Northern Japan has been hit by a strong earthquake that injured up to 55 people people.
The tremor, which had an initial magnitude of 6.8, caused
The next stop for Barack Obama is Berlin.
But when he arrives in the German capital, it is infront of the Victory Column that he will make an
Friends and relatives of Radovan Karadzic say he is convinced he will be cleared of genocide charges and will conduct his own defence at the
Fast-food chain McDonald’s says it had higher-than-expected profits in the second quarter, despite having to pay more for ingredients. That was in
Italy is close to finding a way to rescue the near-bankrupt airline Alitalia according to the country’s Industry Minister Claudio Scajola. However he
European shares joined a global rally and finished Wednesday up over 2%.
Oil prices slid as a US government report showed larger-than-expected
European car makers Volkswagen, Peugeot Citroen and Fiat are defying gloomy forecasts, coming up with better than expected results thanks to cost
De Beers has posted a 10% rise in rough diamond sales in the first half of the year due to strong demand and price rises. But the world’s top diamond
The European Commission has suspended hundreds of millions of euros worth of aid to Bulgaria over corruption and organised crime.
In a damming
Setting aside four years of discord, Spain’s Socialist Prime Minister and the leader of the opposition have signed an agreement on anti-terrorism
Illegal immigrants heading for Italy are facing the prospect of up to four years in jail under a controversial new law that has been passed by the
There are plenty of drugs on the market to help people stop smoking. But around 80 per cent of those who quit relapse within a year. Scientists from
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the sun, out comes a new horror to add a little edge to your holiday. Donkey Punch is a salutary tale
The timeless beauty of Grace Kelly is always a popular choice for an exhibition. The peculiarity of the one at the Jewish Museum in Rendsburg
From search and rescue missions at sea or on land, to more accurate approaches and landings for commercial aircraft. We look at how technology
Barack Obama had an hour-long meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah in the West Bank. Palestinians had hoped for a Middle
The Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has welcomed closer ties with the socialist Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. Chavez was in Moscow to sign energy
Barak Obama has promised to inject new momentum into the Middle East peace process if he is elected US President. The Democratic candidate was
The former US Sectretary of State, who was Ambassador to the United Nations at the time the Bosnian War ended has said the arrest of the former
Radovan Karadzic’s lawyer has said the former Bosnian Serb leader will conduct his own defence if transferred to the Hague.
He was arrested in a
Radovan Karadzic’s brother is calling for travel restrictions on members of his family to be lifted, so they can visit the war crimes suspect in
The arrest of the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being hailed throughout the world as a victory for international justice. And now
After a second bulldozer attack in Israel, security forces have raided the home of the man police say went on the rampage. The 22-year-old
Of all the questions prompted by Radovan Karadzic’s 13 years on the run, one of the most frequently asked is: how did he spend his time?
As politicians in Zimbabwe begin landmark talks on a unity government, the EU is proposing to widen its sanctions against officials and companies