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The A380 superjumbo continues to create problems for Airbus and its parent company EADS.
It has warned the double-decker plane will be a
Thousands of Saab workers have demonstrated outside their factory in Trollhattan, Sweden as General Motors sent the clearest signals yet that it
The communications strategist and close adviser to Tony Blair has given evidence before an inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq war.
Cadbury has announced robust results for 2009 and an upbeat outlook for its profit and dividends.
It is the last move by the British chocolate
American Airlines and its partners in the Oneworld alliance have improved their offer of investment money in Japan Airlines to almost one billion
The European Parliament’s Liberals, Socialists and Greens have shown themselves to be the most wary of Bulgaria’s nominee for commissioner, Rumiana
It has been stressful for would-be members of the new European Commission being questioned by European Parliament committees regarding their fitness
France’s budget deficit reached a new record of 143.3 billion euros in November.
That is more than double the level of a year earlier.
Italian police have arrested 11 suspected members of the ‘Ndrangheta mafia in Rosarno, where violent racial clashes last week have been blamed on
Still putting the planet first, Germany’s Green Party has more than moved into mainstream politics as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Iran says Israel and the United States are behind the assassination of a prominent physicist.
Massoud Ali-Mohammadi was reportedly killed when a
The parents of British girl Madeleine McCann are back in Portugal, to face the former detective who questioned their account of the little girl’s
A second group of rebels in south west Africa has said it carried out the deadly attack on the Togo football delegation in Angola for the African
Traffic jams, pollution, road rage – just a few of the disadvantages of our car-dependent society. But a group of French researchers are working on a
From the sweltering Brazilian summer, to the icy waters of the Arctic on the runways of Rio. Fashion Week saw designers presenting their
George Clooney stars in Jason Reitman’s latest film dramatic comedy Up In The Air as Ryan Bingham, a man obsessed with air miles, whose job is firing
There has been a major mountain rescue operation in southern Germany after dozens of skiers were trapped when a cable car system ground to a
More would-be commissioners go under the spotlight today in the EU parliament.
The nominee for Trade Commissioner, Belgium’s Karel de Gucht, is
The communications strategist and close advisor of Tony Blair has given evidence before an inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq war.
A remote-controlled bomb has killed a high-ranking nuclear scientist in Iran. The Islamic Republic is pointing the finger of blame at arch-foes the
Despite a particularly deadly day for foreign forces in Afghanistan, the US and NATO commander there says the tide is turning against the
A remote-controlled bomb has killed a Tehran University professor, according to Iranian state television.
Named as Massoud Mohammadi, authorities
MEPs gave Britain’s Catherine Ashton lukewarm support for her nomination as the EU’s new foreign affairs chief when the European parliament began its
The woes of winter are continuing to cause havoc across large parts of Europe.
Germany is slowly getting back to normal after a weekend of heavy
Gay rights campaigners have launched federal court action against California in a bid to overturn a nationwide ban on same sex marriages.