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Traian Basescu describes himself as a battler, a scrapper, and has picked many a fight with Romania’s political class. He has fostered an image of a
The consequences of a warmer planet can be seen and felt from the polar ice caps to sub-Saharan Africa.
In countries such as Kenya as the desert
European shares ended the day half a percent lower, falling from Friday’s two-week closing high.
Increasing market nervousness about economic
Complicating EU-Morocco relations, a hunger striker in a Spanish airport is a political blackmailer from Morocco’s point of view, and a freedom
The European Union foreign ministers have agreed to unfreeze an interim trade agreement with Serbia.
Diplomats said this marks a breakthrough in
Shares on Dubai’s stock exchange tumbled on word that the country’s government will not sell any of its directly owned assets to help the heavily
Incoming EU Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier says Europe needs a new growth model.
The Frenchman is also calling for better regulation
Trying to slash Britain’s ballooning budget deficit, Prime Minister Gordon Brown has revealed plans for an additional three billion pounds (3.3
Iceland’s financial meltdown continues to batter its economy.
Gross domestic product shrank by 5.7 percent in the third quarter from the second
The projected long-term cost of the US government’s bailout of America’s big banks will be at least 200 billion dollars less than previously thought
Day one of the world’s biggest climate change summit ever and the stark message coming from Copenhagen is a deal must be reached to save the planet
Australian researchers are developing a blood test aimed at detecting 15% of all cancers. There are hopes the discovery will also help create new
Jun Merkl is the music director of ‘Orchestre National Lyon’. He knows how hard it is to make it in the world of classical music. So he is inviting
‘Jamaa el Fnah’ in the heart of Marrakech, is a UNESCO world heritage site. But it’s not just archeological history thats celebrated here.
A day of mourning is being held throughout Russia after the country’s worst fire in decades at the weekend killed 113 people in a nightclub in Perm
Running battles between anarchists and police have rocked Athens for a second day.
Violence in the Greek capital reportedly broke out when hooded
Hundreds of protest groups are in Copenhagen to demonstrate for action on climate change.
While the pressure is on heads of state to cut a deal at
At least seven Turkish soldiers have been killed after the bus in which they were travelling was ambushed by gunmen. Several other soldiers were
Romania is split down the middle following Sunday’s presidential election, which was won by the incumbent Traian Besescu by a hair’s breadth.
Iranian security forces have clashed in Tehran with protesters seeking to renew their challenge to the country’s elite six months after a disputed
As the thousands of people taking part in the conference began arriving – the atmosphere seemed to be relatively optimistic, compared to the
President Evo Morales has claimed victory in Bolivia’s presidential election, paving the way for a second term in office. Official results are not
The biggest climate summit in history has opened in Copenhagen with hosts Denmark saying an unmissable opportunity to save the planet is within
Even elephants cannot escape climate change. More dry periods might further shrink their living space leading to more conflict with humans over
Trian Basescu has been officially declared the winner in Romania’s presidential election. Earlier exit polls had put his social democrat rival in