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Massive demonstrations like those seen in Copenhagen have helped put climate change on the news agenda – and keep it there.
Tens of thousands of
A sharp rise in fuel prices in Britain last month, compared with a fall in November last year, meant that inflation increased there last month at its
The Russian human rights defence organisation Memorial and its three leading representatives are being awarded the European Parliament’s Sakharov
Sixteen years of transatlantic banana tariff-splitting draws to a close. The EU, the US (with major distributor interest) and Latin American, African
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s proposed measures to slash the country’s debt have drawn an angry response from some workers, scepticism
European shares ended lower on Tuesday breaking a three-day winning streak.
The financial sector performed worst, particularly Greek
Sales of new cars in Europe rose 26.6 percent last month, the figure boosted by a sales slump in the same month last year.
At that time the
The world’s airlines are likely to lose 3.8 billion euros next year, more than previously estimated, according to the latest forecast from industry
Shares in German lorry maker MAN shot up on a newspaper report that Volkswagen is poised to make a full takeover bid for it.
VW owns a 29.9 stake
Serious games are a new type of video application. Developed along the same lines as a regular console game, serious games – as the name suggests –
Hollywood’s award season is getting down to business. The nominations for the Golden Globe awards have been announced in Los Angeles.
The UN climate summit is entering its final phase with a high level session getting underway on Tuesday night. Delegates have been studying a new
A woman dubbed the “Ghandi of Western Sahara” is on day 30 of a hunger strike. Forty-two-year-old Aminatou Haidar is resisting pressure from Spain
Forests and their link with carbon emissions are also at the heart of the Copenhagen negotiations.
Forestry was excluded from the Kyoto Protocol
Elvis may have left the building but he has not left the hearts of his millions of fans. To mark what would have been his 75th birthday in January
Silvio Berlusconi, who is recovering in hospital after being attacked on Sunday, has thanked his supporters and wellwishers, saying that “love would
Please note: the temperature conversions mentioned in this video, supplied to us by a news agency, have since been corrected. The figures in celsius
Israel is warning that diplomatic relations with the UK could be harmed if there are any more attempts to pursue war crimes charges against Israeli
The PLO’s Central Council has begun a meeting which is expected to extend the term of President Mahmoud Abbas until elections can be held. His
Venezuela and Cuba have led more strong attacks on President Obama at the end of an alternative summit of Latin American countries in Havana. The
Some 20 people have been killed in a bomb attack near the home of a Pakistani provincial government minister.
At least 50 others have been wounded
Italian doctors have ordered Silvio Berlusconi not to engage in stressful public activity for at least 15 days.
The 73-year-old Italian Prime
Non-governmental organisations at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen are complaining that many activists won’t be able to attend the final days of
A suicide car bomb attack outside a hotel in Kabul has killed at least eight people.
The hotel is used by foreigners in the main diplomatic area
British Airways has hinted at the possibility of legal action over a 12-day strike called by cabin crew over the festive season.
It was a giant wave bowling in at 200 kilometres per hour destroying everything in its path. The tsunami of the 26th December 2004 killed more than
To register a patent in Europe can be a lengthy, complex and expensive procedure. The EU has been working on simplifying it for over 30 years. So
Romania’s Constitutional Court has confirmed President Traian Basescu’s closely fought run-off election victory.
A recount of 137,000 annulled