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France’s opposition Socialist Party has confirmed the victory of Martine Aubry in a hotly-disputed leadership contest. Her rival, Segolene Royal, had
European stock markets followed a record surge in prices on Monday with a generally flat day’s trading. There were gains for banking and energy
Greenland is the largest in the world: it is 2,600 kilometres long and covers an area of 2.2 million square kilometres. But 80 percent of the surface
The divisions that have rocked the Socialist Party in France will strike a familiar chord in leftist numerous parties in Europe. After years of
A short, sharp kick in the European economy could be delivered before Christmas. Stimulus proposals by the European Commission this Wednesday will
Just a few days before a European Union summit with China, a human rights incident has flared up. Chinese police have prevented a European Parliament
The slump in the European housing market has headed north, and spread to commercial and civil building in Scandinavia. Sweden’s biggest construction
America’s Central Bank, the Federal Reserve has plugged another costly line of life-support into the ailing US economy. It is a two-part treatment
The world’s developed countries are probably heading for the worst recession since the early 1980s, according to the Organisation for Economic
The global mining giant BHP Billiton has turned its back on its 50-billion euro hostile takeover of Rio Tinto. BHP blamed worsening market conditions
Spain’s Interior Minister has become the latest to add his voice to the uncertainty, saying if there were another partner apart from Lukoil, he would
Thai protestors have opened fire on government supporters injuring at least six people. A number of security guards from the anti-government People’s
US President-elect Barack Obama, who has been making key economic appointments this week, has stressed that getting America out of recession will be
Voters in one of the world’s most northerly democracies have been taking taking a big decision today, as Greenland weighs up the pros and cons of
Britain is to start issuing identity cards to people from outside the European Union. Initially students and those entering the country on marriage
This edition of Hi-Tech looks at how two European cities treat rainwater to prevent pollution and urban waste seeping into the environment. Berlin
A musical tackling the Nazi persecution of Jews has opened in central London. “Imagine This” is a musical within a musical. It tells the story of a
Britain has introduced legislation outlawing forced marriages and protecting those already in them. Anyone convicted of trying to force someone into
How soon will fresh fruit and vegetables troop into schools?
“Must do better”, is the message to China from the European Commissioner for Consumer Protection, who says Chinese exports – including toys – do not
With his key economic appointments made US President-elect Barack Obama is now focusing on other key posts in his incoming administration.
People in Greenland are voting in a referendum on self-governance that would make it all but independent from Denmark.
The vast Arctic land mass
Laws to prevent forced marriages and protect those already in them have been introduced in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Anyone convicted of
Thai anti-government protesters blockading a highway leading to Bangkok’s old airport have opened fire on a group of government