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Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin is planning a political comeback after being cleared of plotting to discredit President Nicolas
There are few better ways for former friends to kiss-and-make-up after a falling out, than with a dinner at an exclusive hotel at the glitzy Place
Protestors opposed to the Afghan war and the Afghan conference demonstrated outside Lancaster House in London.
A small group called the ‘Stop the
Congress gave him the traditional warm welcome. But, as Barack Obama delivered his first State of the Union address, it was ordinary Americans he was
Should there be positive discrimination to correct the under representation of women in politics? Yesterday, the Council of Europe Parliamentary
Can the peace scheme advocated by Afghan president Hamid Karzai to attract Taliban fighters back to normal life be taken seriously? Up until now the
Sixty nations have promised 100 million euros for a fund to help disaffected Afghans – including Taliban fighters – to lay down their arms and rejoin
Europe’s biggest engineer Siemens says 2000 German jobs are to go in its industry sector in the next 2 years, citing a fall in demand. However the
The Greek Prime Minister Georges Papandreou has gone on the counter-attack in Davos against speculators he says are undermining Greece and using it
Davos is probably the most selective club in the world. Outside, the temperatures are well below zero. The security is impressive and there are limos
There has been a lower-than-forecast rise in German unemployment in January; 6000 people joining the dole queues instead of a predicted 18,000. Total
Confidence in the 16-nation Eurozone has received a double shot in the arm with December figures revised upwards and better-than-expected numbers for
The wheels have come off big time for Toyota with the news it is extending its vehicle recall in the biggest operation of its kind the motor industry
Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin has emerged the winner in a legal showdown with his arch-rival, President Nicolas
Euronews wanted a European analysis of Barack Obama’s speech to Congress, one that was very much focussed on the economy and in particular, jobs. We
Stem cells are one of the most exciting areas of modern research. Their unique characteristics mean that scientists can use them to create any type
As usual, a clutch of films has been premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
The Runaways, written and directed by
A new exhibition has opened at the Pinchuk Art Centre in Kiev, Ukraine. Indian artist Subodh Gupta and Ukrainian Sergey Bratkov are showing two
Here are some extra excerpts from our interview with Jonas Kaufmann. He tells us more about his career, his roles and keeping his voice in shape.
Musica transports viewers into the world of music – from rising stars to true masters there is a rich musical landscape to explore.
Former French prime minister Dominique de Villepin has been cleared of trying to smear the name of his political rival president Nicolas
In Haiti, a teenage girl has been pulled from the wreckage of a house that was destroyed in the earthquake more than two weeks ago.
Iran has reportedly executed two men convicted of being enemies of God, stoking fears of a further crackdown on opposition protests.
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The British Prime Minister has announced plans to tempt Taliban fighters in Afghanistan to sever ties with al-Qaeda by buying them off.
The “black box” flight recorders of the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed off the Lebanese coast on Monday have been found by search
Regular exercise has for many hears been linked with good health. It is widely thought by scientists to prevent and treat diseases like type-2