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A mock wedding pairs a bride sporting the European flag with a groom wearing an armband reading: BusinessEurope. That is the employers association
With noise to match the size of their shipyards’ debts and worry, determined not to go quietly, some 300 Polish workers have been protesting in
Whirlpool is to lay off 5,000 people – seven percent of its work force. At the same time it made that announcement, the world’s biggest appliance
There was a bit more optimism in the stock markets on Tuesday and the sell-off seems to have stopped for the moment.
European indexes rose, with
The worsening global financial crisis has pounded consumer confidence in the United States. In October it fell to a record low.
Plane maker Boeing and its biggest union have agreed a tentative deal to end a strike at its plants.
The machinists’ union said it had reached a
Faced with rapidly rising unemployment, the French government has unveiled a series of jobs measures.
With the economic crisis worsening, more than
With Italy’s senators about to vote in two days on controversial education reforms, thousands of students descended on Rome’s senate to protest
Madrid says a suspected four member cell of the armed Basque terrorist group ETA arrested on Tuesday was preparing attacks in the North of Spain
Democratic Party presidential hopeful Barack Obama is still ahead in national polls in the U.S. But next week’s election for the White House is
After nine years of painstaking study and restoration work, one the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance is about to go back on show
Good for the environment, good for the wallet in these times of punishingly pricey petrol, but is the Swiss-designed E-motion electric car good for
Starring Samuel L Jackson and the late Bernie Mac, Soul Men is gearing up for its premiere next month.
Both Mac and singer Isaac Hayes, who makes a
Who and what does the Council of Europe’s ‘Gender Equality Prize’ set out to reward?
The European Union is updating its legislation on consumer protection. It wants to ensure that people all get the same rights, but how to do that in
While it is unclear just how dangerous the latest uncovered plot to murder Barack Obama really was, two of the four arrested self-declared white
U.N. peacekeepers are preparing convoys to evacuate some 50 foreign aid workers from a town in violence-ravaged eastern Congo.
Tutsi rebels are
Many African Americans have been galvanised, as never before, into voting in this year’s US presidential poll. The general feeling is that it is time
The trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic will now not begin until late January at the earliest.
At a hearing at the war crimes
A suspected four member cell of the armed Basque terrorist group ETA has been arrested.
Police swooped in the early hours of the morning in the
As the US election enters the final week, John McCain appears to be making ground on his White House rival Barack Obama.
A poll today puts the
Germany, 1938, and the Nazi regime finally reveals where its policies towards the Jews are heading; destruction.
Kristallnacht, the 70th
The security team protecting Barack Obama has, in a manner of speaking, gone to Red Alert following the discovery of another alleged plot to kill
It has been up-and-down so far today on the Asia-Pacific markets with a mixed bag of trading figures but a generally more optimistic atmosphere, so
The dwindling population of bluefin tuna is to receive greater protection from the EU, although measures announced on Monday fall short of the
Republican White House hopeful John McCain is banking on the threat of Obama tax increases to help wrestle the initiative from his Democrat
The European Central Bank could cut interest rates again at its next meeting on November 6.
That is according to its President, Jean Claude
Two white supremacists have appeared in court in the US charged with plotting to kill more than a hundred black people including Barack