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Sophisticated simulators to improve driver training and an increasing number of intelligent devices to aid drivers are growing more widespread. The
ArcelorMittal has reported record second-quarter results. They are far above expectations as the world’s largest steelmaker managed to raise prices
EADS plans to extend its Power8 restructuring at its Airbus planemaking division and will take more measures to tackle the negative impact of the
Beset by hyper-inflation, Zimbabwe is to cut ten zeros from its currency. That means that the old ten billion dollar banknote will become a one
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said he will step down over a corruption probe after his ruling Kadima party chooses a new leader in two
Turkey’s governing AK Party will not be banned after winning its battle in the constitutional court.
Prosecutors had called for the party to be
The Chief Prosecutor at The Hague, Serge Brammertz, said it would be a “complex trial” but he would seek advance the case in an “efficient manner”
Even before Karadzic’s transfer to the Hague, the anger of his supporters had boiled over in the streets.
Thousands gathered in Belgrade on
The former Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, will appear before the UN war crimes tribunal on Thursday.
It follows his transfer to The Hague
Israel’s governing Kadima Party is to hold a leadership election in the autumn which could see Prime Minister Ehud Olmert ousted.
Medical staff say Israeli troops have shot dead a 12-year-old Palestinian boy during a confrontation over Israel’s separation barrier in the occupied
Police and supporters of captured war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic have clashed after a pro-nationalist march in Belgrade.
Police fired tear
As incredulous ministers leave the World Trade Organisation in Geneva following the collapse of marathon talks, the question on everyone’s lips is –
The number of people dying and becoming infected with the HIV Virus has dropped. A UN report reveals worldwide deaths to AIDs has gone down slightly
War Crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic has arrived at the Hague to face war crimes charges.
Karadzic left Belgrade in the early hours of the morning