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A special charisma, the knack of having just the right word, his ease in front of the cameras and a simple message of change. Barack Obama has
Whether successful or not, Barack Obama’s bid to become president of the United States marks a landmark in US history.
The Harvard Law School
“Keep on fighting to the end”, that is the mantra of John McCain, Republican hopeful for America’s top job. Despite recent falling opinion polls
He fought to the end and never gave up hope. And despite trailing in the opinion polls against his young rival, John McCain was right to believe in
One of Osama bin Laden’s sons is claiming political asylum in Spain.
Omar Ossama bin Laden made the claim on a stop-over in Madrid’s Barajas
Who would listen to an investment bank nowadays? Well Europe certainly heeded a buy posting on its stocks from Morgan Stanley.
Following a Eurogroup meeting it has been the turn of Europe’s finance ministers to get together and tug at the EU’s steering wheel.
Brent oil, one of the major barrel benchmarks, opened below the symbolic 60 dollar level this morning. It has reached a 20-month low, adding further
The headquarters of the new Mediterranean Union will be located in the city of Barcelona in Spain.
The decision was announced at a meeting of
The touchy subject of EU enlargement will raise its head again on Wednesday, when Brussels publishes an annual report on its expansion
John McCain has voted in his home state of Arizona, spending barely five minutes in a polling station in Phoenix.
Tipped for defeat in the opinion
American voters have come out in what appears to be record numbers to choose the 44th President of the United States. It has been a long and bitter
Millions of Americans are flocking, in what appears to be record numbers, to the polling booths, to vote for a successor to George W. Bush
Amid reports of new fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo, there is a fresh warning from the rebel chief who is leading a campaign against the
Barack Obama has cast his ballot at a school in Chicago, the city where his political career began.
Accompanied by his wife, Michelle, and their
You had to pick the bar you had your breakfast in with care this morning in the French Basque country. Police combed several establishments suspected
Despite making up only nine percent of the electorate nationally, the Hispanic vote is concentrated in many key battleground states, meaning their
As part of the growing move towards renewable energy, Amsterdam has turned to an all-too-common product – sewage – to heat around 25,000 homes.
Swapping the catwalk for the war zone, British celebrity photographer John Rankin took his camera to one of the most troubled places on earth – the
Danny Boyle’s latest film Slumdog Millionaire has closed the London Film Festival. The ‘rags to raja’ story tells the tale of Jamal, an 18-year-old
It seems less and less likely that the Treaty of Lisbon will become law before the 2009 European elections. The Irish ‘no’ and the continuing lack of
Temporary workers are to get much of the same legal protections and benefits as the full time employees they work alongside. After years of debate
The presidential campaign has drawn to a bittersweet close for Democratic candidate Barack Obama. His beloved grandmother, a central figure in his
China and Taiwan have signed an historic agreement improving trade and transport links. It is hoped the deal will ease the threat of conflict between