Austria’s far-right parties have made big gains in the country’s elections but despite their performance they look set to miss out on a place in a
Voters in Bavaria have dealt the ruling CSU conservatives a humiliating setback and they look set to lose the absolute majority they have held in the
Bavaria’s CSU has been held hostage to economic fortune, but could also be accused of making inflammatory decisions as the global credit crisis
Belarus has voted in elections which may open up new links with the West. President Alexander Lukashenko has been described in Washington as Europe’s
Three Chinese astronauts are back safely on earth, after an historic space mission. The capsule landed in the steppes of Inner Mongolia after a
It has been a weekend of financial negotiations in Europe. Buyers are circling Fortis, the struggling Belgian/Dutch financial group. France’s
Typhoon Jangmi has smashed into Taiwan, bringing torrential rain, and winds over 200 kph. More than 150 flights were cancelled today, and many
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Finland has been saying goodbye to its dead from its second school shooting in less than a year.
The country’s president joined residents of
Today is crunch day for Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko as far as his reputation in the West is concerned. His country is electing a new
The contenders in Austria’s general election have been casting their votes. Social Democrat leader Werner Faymann had a narrow lead in the polls
Fans, friends and colleagues from the world of entertainment have been paying tribute to Paul Newman, who has has died at the age of 83 after a long
Voting in Austria’s national elections started early this morning with one of the first polling stations to open at Vienna airport.
US congressional leaders have agreed a deal on a proposed 480 billion euro bail-out of financial institutions amid the worst economic crisis since
Nationalisation of the troubled Bradford and Bingley mortgage lender in the UK cannot be ruled out say Treasury officials.
The government says