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The Italian government has introduced a new law to crack down on street prostitution as part of a wider battle against crime.
Pimps and clients
The door has been opened to new talks on the US missile shield in Europe after a visit by Russia’s foreign minister to Poland, where part of the
American soldiers marked the anniversary of the September 11 attacks in Kabul. A sombre occasion, it is almost seven years after George Bush
Memorial ceremonies are underway to mark the seventh anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
As usual, much of the
The Channel Tunnel between France and Britain has been closed following a fire.
No one was seriously injured but several people were hurt by
After five years without a release maverick singer and producer Tricky is back with “Knowle West Boy”, a tribute to the tough, deprived, working
Scientists are more than satisfied with the first tests of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in the control room of CERN (The European Organisation for
Anne Hathaway graced the red carpet for the premiere of “Rachel getting Married” at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The darkly comic family
A group of Italian investors are holding make-or-break talks with the airline’s unions over its future.
Two hundred Alitalia workers protested
European stocks finished lower for the third straight session on Thursday. Bank continued to be hammered, along with retailers, due to deepening
Protesting against thousands of layoffs, workers with French car maker Renault walked off the job at plants throughout France on Thursday
Deutsche Bank has confirmed it is in advanced talks to buy a stake in rival Deutsche Postbank. German media reported it will take 29.75% .
Almost two thirds of Europeans – 62% – consider climate change to be one of the two most serious problems facing the world today. Only poverty scored
The European football federation UEFA says it wants to lead the way in the campaign against racism in sport, with a television campaign .
Formal talks on reunifying Cyprus got underway today in Nicosia.
The UN said the discussions between Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders were
Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown has unveiled a 1.25 billion euro energy-saving initiative to help those struggling to pay soaring fuel
Some tough talking was expected today in a visit by the Russian Foreign Minister to Warsaw. Sergei Lavrov was expected tell Prime Minister Donald
Thailand’s political crisis looks set to continue with protesters saying they will not accept anyone from the main party as prime minister. Their
On a day of remembering New York is also preoccupied with the future plans for the Ground Zero site.
A new building, Freedom Tower, will be the
The kiling last night of a Druze politician in Lebanon has heightened tensions in the country ahead of talks aimed at reconciling rival
Russia has urged the United Nations’ highest court to dismiss a case brought by Georgia, accusing Moscow of human rights violations in South Ossetia
Torrential rain and high winds have caused devastation across northern Cuba in the wake of Hurricane Ike.
Few official figures have emerged, but it
On this, the seventh anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, the Mayor of New York has slammed the renovation of the Ground Zero site as
Contemporary art or incongruous creations? The installation of a selection of works by the “King of Kitsch” at Versailles Palace has kicked up a
Bolivian President Evo Morales has asked the United States’ ambassador to his country to leave, blaming him for intensifying opposition protests that