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A setback to the recovery in Europe’s largest economy.
Lower demand for German products, particularly from overseas, meant weak orders for the
European shares finished virtually unchanged, as investors took profits.
Economic news of the day included the fact that the number of people
As the Thursday evening deadline neared for General Motors to either sell or close Saab various prospective bidders were making last-ditch efforts to
Keep taking the tablets is the advice from computer makers hoping that 2010 will be the year of the tablet computer.
At CES, the world’s biggest
Economic sentiment in the euro zone rose more than expected in December.
That suggests that there was stronger growth in the fourth quarter than
Japan’s new finance minister, Naoto Kan, has called for a weaker yen.
At his first news conference Kan said he will work with the Bank of Japan to
Orthodox Christians around the world have been celebrating Christmas – among them Serbian President Boris Tadic.
At a monestary in Kosovo, he
A US grand jury has indicted the man suspected of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day.
Nigerian citizen Umar Farouk
The EU’s new space-based navigation system Galileo will begin operating in 2014. The European Commission has also said the project intended to rival
The health effect of x-ray scanners being proposed for airport security has raised calls for a European standard. These scanners are used to see
Alexandria was one of the ancient world’s most famous cities and home to one of its wonders. Founded in the fourth century BC by Alexander the Great
The Vienna State Opera was officially inaugurated on May 25, 1869, and in its long history studded with famous directors like Richard Strauss, Gustav
Christopher Plummer takes on the role of Leo Tolstoy in new movie “The Last Station.” The actor portrays the tumultuous last years of Tolstoy’s life
Afghanistan is reeling from a series of attacks on the day al-Qaeda said it carried out last week’s killing of seven CIA officers in the
Germany’s Liberal foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, had words of encouragement for Ankara’s bid to join the European Union as he visited
More than 230 passengers were stuck for over an hour beneath the English Channel after the latest in a series of breakdowns to plague the Eurostar
Arctic conditions across the UK and many other European countries continue to cause misery.
All forms of transport – road, rail, and air – have
Six Coptic Christians and a Muslim policeman have been killed in a drive-by shooting in Egypt.
Another nine Copts – Egyptian Christians – were
A Eurostar train that broke down in the Channel Tunnel has finally emerged in southern England, after passengers spent around two hours stuck in the
As Afghanistan reels from fresh violence today, al-Qaeda has said it was behind last week’s suicide attack that killed seven CIA officers.
A man suspected of trying to blow up a US-bound plane on Christmas Day has been formally indicted on six charges including attempted murder and
A showdown on the high seas between environmental activists and whalers is making waves on the diplomatic front.
A protest boat belonging to the
Iran’s foreign minister is in Iraq for a delicate visit during a time of difficult relations between the two countries.
Manouchehr Mottaki was met
One of the biggest names in French politics over the last quarter of a century, Philippe Seguin, has died at the age of 66.
The nation’s political
Severe winter weather continues to cause havoc across Europe, and forecasters claim sub zero temperatures are set to remain for some time.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has survived another leadership challenge after colleagues lined up behind him to reject a call for a secret