The British prime minister has rejected criticism of record levels of government borrowing – calling it “the right policy” in the current economic
How is the new migration centre in Bamako, Mali supposed to manage and inform people who want to get to the EU?
All European citizens and businesses have rights and it they are infringed, then they can respond by way of a a petition to Brussels. How exactly do
European marine archaeologists have developed a complex new technique to study shipwrecks, too deep for divers to explore. By combining photography
China’s GDP expanded by an annual rate of just nine percent in the third quarter of 2008, down from 10.1 percent in the previous three
Mauritania’s Prime Minister Ould Mohamed Leghdaf, and the military junta who appointed him after a coup in August, have been given a one-month
The head of the US central bank, Ben Bernanke has said another wave of government spending may be needed to boost the struggling US economy.
Italy has asked for big changes in a European Union plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions. At talks in Luxembourg, Italian Environment Minister
Israel’s prime minister-designate Tzipi Livni has been given an extra two weeks to form a government.
The move by president Shimon Peres was
Prosecutors in Spain have launched a bid to block an investigation into the killing of thousands of people during the Spanish Civil War
Don’t Panic. That is the message to the market from the Dutch government after its latest intervention to help shore up a bank.
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Fifteen days to go in the race for the White House, and voting is already underway.
The law allows all Americans to vote early, either at special
The argument raging in Turkey over its secular or religious future is being highlighted by the trial of suspected members of a shadowy right-wing
Warm tributes have been paid to the Roman Catholic nun dubbed France’s answer to Mother Teresa.
Sister Emmanuelle, who spent her life helping the
Transports Exceptionnels is a duet for a dancer and a digger. Set to Maria Callas’ music, the meeting between metal and flesh is a witty and
While it is great to be able to listen to music just about anywhere, it is annoying when your batteries die in the middle of your favourite track
The city of Ember is an underground community that has been powered by generators for more than 200 years. But now the power is failing and the food
At least five Afghan children and two German soldiers are reported to have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in northern Afghanistan.
Tributes are being paid to Sister Emmanuelle who led a life-long combat to help the underprivileged.
She has died just weeks short of her 100th
Britain is set to pump billions of euros of public spending into building projects to keep its economy on track as an expected recession looms.
A stormy meeting is forecast as Europe tries to tackle deep differences in its approach to climate change. Environment ministers are in Luxembourg
A shadowy right-wing group has gone on trial in Istanbul, accused of trying to topple Turkey’s elected government. Spme 86 people, including retired
The Netherlands’ biggest listed bank has bounced back on the stock exchange, after the government agreed a 10 billion euro cash injection.
The Dutch government has agreed a 10 billion euro cash injection into the ING financial and insurance group.
The move comes after ING asked for