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Faced with falling sales, Europe’s carmakers are using all means possible to cut costs.
Daimler – which sold 25 percent fewer Mercedes in November
The European Commission has proposed that each country in the EU should have a quality and safety authority for human organs, including a
The head of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, has warned the euro zone faces several more tough months.
He told the European
European shares raced higher on Monday and ended the session up over 8.5 percent, boosted by the energy and financial sectors as well as mining
The latest explosion of anger in Greece has sparked the worst domestic violence since the Second World War, and dented still further the powerbase of
The European Union has launched anti-piracy patrols in the Horn of Africa.
Six warships and three surveillance aircraft from several EU countries
A bill of at least a 100 million euros. That is the latest estimate for Ireland’s pork recall.
The health scare has resulted in massive amounts of
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been hosting a mini-summit on the world financial crisis with the current head of the EU Council, French
In London, dozens of people have tried to storm the Greek embassy in what is said to have been a show of solidarity.
The protesters, who had
Self-styled mastermind of the 9/11 attacks Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co-defendants, have told a military judge they want to confess and plead
Youths armed with petrol bombs attacked a police station in the northern Greek city of Thessalonika as anger over the killing of a teenager in Athens
Hundreds of people have clashed with police in Greece for a third day running in riots sparked by the fatal shooting of a teenager on Saturday
Archaeologists working in the forests of northern Peru have discovered a lavish burial site of a noble man from the pre-Inca Sican culture.
Once again the French city of Lyon has been transformed into something out of a fairytale by the annual Fete des Lumieres – the festival of lights.
For the first time the European Film Awards – Europe’s answer to the Oscars – have been held in Scandinavia. At the ceremony in Denmark, Italian film
The Greek Prime Minister has appealed for calm as the street violence threatens to spiral out of control. Costas Karamanlis described the death of
Former Vice-President of Russia’s energy giant Yukos, Vasily Alexanian has been released on bail on medical grounds.
A Russian court freed the
Greece has been hit by a third day of unrest, as anger continues to boil over at the police killing of a teenage boy on Saturday. Rioting erupted
A new campaign to crackdown on piracy in the Horn of Africa is being launched today by the European Union. Six warships and three surveillance
Protests at the killing of Athens teenager Alexandros Grigogorpoulos have spread abroad.
About 15 self-proclaimed anarchists stormed the Greek
Police in the UK have arrested more than 50 people after environmental protestors blocked flights in and out of Stansted, London’s third busiest
The man suspected of planning the Mumbai terrorist attacks two weeks ago is said to have been arrested in Pakistan.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi was
The famed La Scala opera house has often been rocked by behind the scenes intrigues which threaten to eclipse the performances. Opening night was no
The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has agreed to talks with rebel leader Laurent Nkunda. Tutsi General Nkunda demanded direct
Polls are closed in Ghana after large numbers turned out to vote in presidential and parliamentary elections. President John Kufour is stepping down
Greek demonstrators have vowed another wave of violent protests. It comes after police shot dead a 15-year-old youth sparking riots that left dozens
Irish pork contaminated with toxic dioxins may have been exported to 25 countries, according to Irish officials. The government has recalled all