Georgia has been marking the fifth anniversary of its so-called Rose Revolution, with calls for unity after the catastrophic war with Russia. Defeat
Christmas is coming, but there is little cheer in the British economy with recession looming. Tomorrow the government is expected to announce plans
The presidents of Georgia and Poland say they came under fire tonight from Russian troops in South Ossetia on their way to visit a refugee
A Turkish resort owner has made more than 100 elderly European tourists pay for the failure of their travel company. The French and Belgian
An attempted coup in the West African republic of Guinea Bissau has failed. The authorities are clearing up after armed soldiers attacked the
Rebel soldiers have attacked the presidential residence in Guinea Bissau, killing at least one person and wounding another. Reports from the capital
France’s Socialist Party remains split down the middle this weekend over support for leadership candidates Segolene Royal and Martine Aubry
Britain’s Prime Minister is expected to defend a plan to pour more than 25 billion euros of borrowed money into the economy. As new tax cuts are
Germany has refused to comment on allegations that three of its citizens arrested in Kosovo on bomb charges are secret agents. The three men are
US President-elect Barack Obama now has his economic team in place.
The two economic gurus charged with rescuing the economy and stemming the
Political warfare has broken out in France’s opposition Socialist Party after Martine Aubry’s razor-thin victory in a leadership election.
Are they German intelligence officers?
Press reports have sparked speculation about three men arrested on suspicion of throwing explosives at a
Leaders from the Americas and Asia have defended the role of free markets in the face of the financial crisis.
Meeting in Peru, the APEC group said
Holding his final talks with a Russian leader before leaving office, US President George W. Bush said he had worked hard to make it a “cordial
The stakes are high as Venezuela votes today, in
what is being seen as a key test of public support for Hugo Chavez’s self-styled socialist