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Launching the Mediterranean Union was one of the aims of France’s European Union presidency. Bringing together North and South, as well as
European shares finished the session lower on Thursday though London’s FTSE rose. Frankfurt was the region’s worst performer as Germany’s Ifo
It’s the fourth major delay for the revolutionary, carbon-composite aircraft. It’s now about two years behind the original schedule. The delays are
In the latest moves to prop up Europe’s ailing car industry Sweden is to provide 2.5 billion euros in credit guarantees and emergency loans to Volvo
Europe’s deepening economic problems dominate the EU summit in Brussels. But big differences of opinion have emerged on how to respond. Germany has
The Swiss National Bank has slashed interest rates by a further half a percent. This is its fourth cut in two months, dropping the cost of borrowing
Demand for oil will grow in 2009 after shrinking this year according to the International Energy Agency. The prediction from the IEA is in stark
Opponents of the Lisbon Treaty have been demonstrating in Brussels against asking Irish voters a second time to ratify it. Dublin is hoping to boost
More than 50 people have been killed in a suicide attack on a packed restaurant near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. The bomber activated an
Belgium has detained 14 people suspected of links with al Qaeda, including one who may have been planning a suicide attack. According to federal
Major economic stimulus and climate change pacts are in play for the European Union at its leaders’ summit, now underway in Brussels.
There have been skirmishes in the suburbs but security forces say tension has eased in Athens in the wake of Greece’s worst riots for decades
Robert Mugabe has given his country a clean bill of health amid claims a cholera outbreak is running out of control. At a state funeral for a ruling
Switzerland is joining Europe’s passport-free travel zone. It has opted for membership of the Schengen zone marking an immediate end to obligatory
Europe has rewarded British historian Tony Judt for his study of how the continent recovered from the horrors of World War Two. “Apres Guerre” or
There has been a mission of European troops deployed since March to keep the peace in a forgotten region of Africa. EUFOR is operating in the east
Space investigates the dark side of the universe. Black holes, dark matter and dark energy are becoming slightly less of a mystery thanks to some
After years of rumours, 1990s Britpop band Blur has announced a reunion concert at London’s Hyde Park next July.
Belgian police say 14 people have been arrested, suspected of planning a terrorist attack, possibly on today’s EU summit.
All those taken into
Demonstrations against the response of the Greek police have spread well outside the country’s border. In Italy, police blocked off roads around the
Amid an outcry over its broadcast, family and filmakers have been defending a documentary on assisted suicide showing a man’s final moments.
Germany’s reproach to other European Union member countries to stop “tossing money around” promises to make for a tense meeting in Brussels today
New tactics are emerging in protests over the shooting of a teenager in Greece.
In what students say is organised action, a group of about 100
A global child pornography ring, spanning more than 70 countries, has been uncovered by detectives in Australia.
Some 500,000 images and 15,000
More than 10,000 bone fragments have been unearthed at a secret Argentine detention centre.
It is seen as proof of persistent claims that students
There have been fresh calls for Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich to quit following his arrest over allegedly trying to sell Barack Obama’s US Senate
A British TV channel is under fire for showing the final moments of a terminally ill man taking his own life.
Critics say Sky was wrong to serve