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The global economy has never seen this before. Emerging economies now produce more than the developed ones, and that change and its implications are
Toyota have confirmed the size of their massive car recall in Europe – 1.8 million vehicles will go back to dealers for a tweak on accelerator pedals
British house price inflation is now back to its pre-financial crisis levels, and is heading for double digits next month says Nationwide, a key high
US GDP exploded in the final quarter last year, growing by a whopping 5.7 percent, the fastest rate in 6 years. But that did not stop 2009 being the
Spain has announced austerity measures to suck 50 billion euros out of state spending over 3 years, including a proposal to raise the retirement age
Unemployment in the eurozone is at its highest for more than 12 years, hitting 10 percent in December, to 15.8 million people says Luxembourg
Some of the most vulnerable victims of Haiti’s earthquake are the thousands of orphans created by the catastrophe.
The Red Cross is trying to help
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Brussels in a protest over job cuts.
The demonstration comes a week after the announcement of a
Just 24 hours after a major London conference on the future of Afghanistan, NATO forces and government troops have engaged in a gun battle following
Families of some of the 179 British service personnel killed in Iraq joined peace protesters outside the Iraq war inquiry as former British Prime
Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin has reacted angrily to news that prosecutors will appeal after he was cleared of defaming
Tony Blair has been robustly defending his decision to take Britain into war against Iraq.
Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry into the
The Hamas Islamist group has accused Israel of assassinating one of its senior military commanders.
The funeral has been held in Damascus for
Europe’s oldest opera house has just re-opened its doors after a major revamp. The San Carlo Theatre in Naples, Italy, now boasts a hi-tech stage
Paul Bettany and his newly-acquired 6-pack stars (with a mad granny, natch) in Scott Stewart’s apocalyptic offering, Legion.
The film is pretty
Young Greeks were told: ‘Get an education, so you’ll make a good living’. But something went wrong along the way. Greece spent like there was no
A dog rescued after floating 125 kilometres on an ice floe down Poland’s Vistula River and then out into the Baltic Sea has been adopted by the crew
The latest handouts of aid have turned to chaos in some parts of the Haitian capital as relief groups struggle to help the throngs left desperate and
The sound of celebration echoes round the streets of Cairo as fans party following Egypt’s 4-0 victory against arch-rivals Algeria in the semi-final
Tony Blair has begun giving evidence for the first time in public on the reasons why he led Britain into war with Iraq.
The former British prime
Families of some of the 179 British soldiers killed in Iraq have joined peace protesters outside the Iraq war inquiry, as former British Prime
The French prosecutor is to appeal against the decision to clear Dominique de Villepin of any wrongdoing in the Clearstream affair.
The US Senate has approved Ben Bernanke’s nomination to a second four-year term in charge of the Federal Reserve.
Senators voted 70-30 for Bernanke
The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has landed himself in another controversy by linking immigrants to organised crime.
He was speaking at
Why did Britain go to war in Iraq? Tony Blair will be grilled at length about the decision when he makes a much awaited appearance before the Chilcot
Reclusive American author J.D. Salinger who wrote the post-war literary classic “The Catcher in the Rye” has died of natural causes aged 91 at his