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Testing building materials for their ability to withstand earthquakes is one of the jobs of researchers at the European Laboratory for Structural
The European Union in responding to the Haiti quake has yet to announce a communal aid pledge in terms of euros. The bloc’s foreign policy chief
Greece has unveiled part of its three-year plan to slash its budget deficit.
It is under pressure from other EU members to reduce its huge debt and
At their first meeting of the new year, European Central Bank policymakers have kept interest rates unchanged at a record low of one percent for the
Cadbury’s shares have risen again on a report that US chocolate maker Hershey is preparing a rival bid to Kraft’s hostile takeover offer.
Officials from the seven countries involved in the Airbus A400M military transport plane project have been meeting in London to discuss its survival
“We want our money back and we’re going to get it” – the message from President Barack Obama to the US financial institutions that the government
Described by one of its stars as a medieval Seven Samurai, Ironclad is now in post production. It tells the story of the 1215 siege of Rochester and
What happens in the first 36 hours after an earthquake is critical, according to aid workers, if as many lives as possible are to be saved.
In the final days before Ukrainians vote for a new president, the latest opinion poll suggests the current prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko might not
A chilling exhibition by French photographer Christian Boltanski is on show at the Grand Palais in Paris. Chilling because it is about the fragility
“This is one of those moments that calls out for American leadership,” according to US President Barack Obama who has announced fresh help for
Friends and family living abroad from those caught up in Haiti’s quake have been frantically trying to reach loved ones on the Caribbean island
Guenther Oettinger would propose legally-binding energy conditions for European Union countries “if not enough is achieved voluntarily or through
The latest amateur footage from Haiti has revealed the force of Tuesday’s earth quake.
The tremor, a 7.0 magnitude, was the biggest to hit the
Help is arriving in Haiti but much more food, water and medicine is needed to save a maximum of lives.
The airport at Port-au-Prince is
This is the grim reality for many Haitians caught up in the disaster.
These victims, however, are arguably luckier than most, able to get at
Thousands are wandering the wasteland that Port- au-Prince has become – its broken streets a cemetery for countless victims.
Many people are
Organised rescue efforts in Haiti are said to be going slowly after Tuesday’s earthquake left tens of thousands dead.
The country’s President says
The offices, shopping centres and homes of the future should be clean and green. Buildings should incorporate innovative and intelligent design to
One of the most prestigious orchestras in the world has become famous for its starring role at its most popular musical event – the Vienna
Israel has sent a formal letter of apology to Turkey over the public humiliation of its ambassador to Tel Aviv.
Oguz Celikkol was summoned to hear