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The Governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, has been arrested on corruption charges, after allegedly trying to trade the US Senate seat about to be
The world’s airlines look set to return total losses of almost four billion euros this year, according to the International Air Transport
European shares finished up over one percent on Tuesday, rising for a second session running.
Hopes about the prospects for a bailout package from
A court decision in Germany means the government will have to give back 7.5 billion euros to the country’s commuters.
The court ruled illegal a
Deep cuts announced by Sony are the latest indication that the Japanese economy is in serious trouble.
The electronics giant is to lay off 16,000
A Lebanese man, sentenced to life in a prison for a failed bomb plot in Germany, will be appealing the verdict, his lawyers say.
Thousands of mourners have attended the funeral of a 15-year-old Greek boy shot dead by police on Saturday.
The death of Alexandros Grigoropolos
The open display of tobacco in England and Wales is to go up in smoke – under government plans being put forward in the UK.
Many small shop
First it was the pigs, now it is the cows.
Some of the cattle given the same tainted feed which sparked a scare over pork products in Ireland have
Two days ahead of an EU summit bent on clinching a deal on climate change, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has said he is
Another hefty tome awaiting the EU leaders’ attentions at their gathering this week is the Lisbon Treaty. It needs ratification to be completed in
Born into a wealthy middle-class family 100 years ago, Manoel de Oliveira’s ambition was always to be an actor. But the arrival of the movies changed
Greek labour unions have rejected an appeal by the prime minister to cancel a mass protest planned for tomorrow. This morning, Costas Karamanlis went
After long delays, the European Union has finally begun a police and justice mission in Kosovo.
The first of a 1,900-strong force, known as
It’s scary, it’s action-packed, and it’s over-the-top. It’s “The Spirit”, a film based on the American comic book superhero created by Will Eisner in
Artists Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz have set the Berlin art scene alight with their installation “Burning The Roots Of Western Culture”. They set a
Violence has broken out in Greece for the fourth day running. Hundreds of protesters threw stones and bottles at lines of riot police outside the
The economic outlook in Japan has just got worse. The world’s second-largest economy is even deeper in recession than first thought.
If the downward
The European Union’s policing mission in Kosovo has begun today but the officers may be hard pressed to win the confidence of both Albanians and
Russia is bidding farewell to a beloved religious leader, the late head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Alexiy the Second.
A German court has convicted Yusef al-Hajj Deeb of attempted murder and sentenced him to life in prison, over a failed plot to bomb trains in Germany
The worry on the face of the Greek prime minister was plain to see as he arrived for his meeting with the president this morning.
The White House and the Democrats are edging towards an agreement aimed at rescuing America’s car making giants. The bailout is worth up to seventeen
An EU mission has started a long delayed deployment in Kosovo, but the new peacekeepers are unwanted on both sides of Kosovo’s ethnic divide. A Serb
Five US security guards have been charged with killing 14 unarmed civilians and wounding 20 others in Baghdad in September 2007. The men from the
French police have arrested the man believed to be the new military chief of the Basque separatist group ETA. Aitzol Iriondo was picked up with two