Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer has resigned
after jeopardising a major anti-terrorism raid. Bob Quick was photographed carrying documents
The Japanese government aims to create millions of jobs in the next several years as part of a new long-term action plan to boost economic growth
New EU rules look set to be introduced to reduce payment delays between companies, and between businesses and public authorities.
As more corpses are pulled from the earthquake rubble in Italy, the President has been on site saying there was a shared responsibility for the scale
From infants to industry, in Sweden they want the European Parliament elections to centre on sustainable development and innovation. Hoping to make
Tens of thousands of Georgians have flooded the streets of their capital demanding the President steps down.
There has been a growing backlash
European shares finished up 2.8 percent after a choppy session on the last day of trading in a week shortened by the Easter holiday and as investors
Brussels is proposing to lift European aquaculture out of stagnation, through more investment and research. The fisheries authorities say fish
The German government is moving to nationalise investment bank Hypo Real Estate, which has been propped up with more than 100 billion euros in
Plumbers never did flood out of Poland as some feared a few years ago, but the country is suffering a health sector brain-drain: One out of six
Africa is the continent hit hardest by the AIDS virus.
Prevention efforts are bearing fruit, but it is not enough, experts say.
Moves to disconnect Internet users if they download music or films illegally have been rejected by France’s parliament.
Under a government-backed
Counting is underway in Indonesia’s parliamentary election with early indications putting current President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Democrat party
He is the red-hot favourite in what has been called a one-horse race.
Urging people to vote in today’s election, Algeria’s veteran President led
Thousands made homeless by Monday’s earthquake are living in tent villages on hillsides in the devasted Abruzzo region.
Some 20 camps and 16 field
A touring installation created by a British artist is developing a technique to control people’s dreams.
The Dream Director puts members of the
On the back of the success of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” Canadian-American actress, writer and producer Nia Vardalos is back with another comedy
The life experience of country rock singer Rodney Atkins taught him to love America. Adopted at birth, Rodney started singing at school. Then for
President Vaclav Klaus officially unveils the man set to become the Czech Republic’s next Prime Minister.
Jan Fischer, a non-aligned technocrat
Some 40,000 Georgians have been rallying outside parliament, demanding that President Mikhail Saakashvili quit.
Opposition leaders say
He knows he is set to win but can he do so convincingly?
Veteran President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is poised for a third term in office after today’s
Britain’s top counter-terrorism policeman has resigned after his security leak forced a major
anti-terror operation to be brought forward.
Polls have closed in Indonesia’s parliamentary elections.
The vote is a forerunner to a presidential ballot in July, which current leader
Time is running out for any remaining survivors who may still be trapped in the rubble after Italy’s massive earthquake.
It is now more than 24
Algeria is holding an election that experts say President Abdelaziz Bouteflika needs to win convincingly to show he can reconnect with disillusioned
Indonesians have gone to the polls in the first of two elections that could determine whether Southeast Asia’s biggest economy pushes ahead with key
Border controls between Moldova and Romania will be tightened from this morning, a further indication of the deepening diplomatic row between the two
L’Aquila has begun the grim task of burying its dead, and Friday will be a day of national mourning in Italy, with a mass state funeral.