Haitian police are yet to say whether charges will be laid against 10 Americans arrested on suspicion of trying to smuggle children out of the
A call for change rang loud and clear on the first day of the African Union’s summit in Ethiopia.
But the first appeal did not fall in favour of
Portugal has begun huge celebrations marking 100 years since the collapse of the country’s monarchy.
Exhibition, theatre plays and concerts are
Germany is reportedly considering an informant’s offer to sell secret Swiss bank data on up to 1,500 suspected tax evaders.
Heavy snow has returned with a vengeance in some parts of Europe.
Germany is one the countries suffering from severe winter conditions.
The African Union’s annual summit in Ethiopia has got off to bad start for Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi.
He has failed in his attempt to stay on
There are conflicting reports coming out of Yemen about a possible ceasefire between government troops and Shi’ite rebels.
A rebel leader yesterday
US car dealers have appealed for calm following Toyota’s recall of 5.6 million vehicles that could suffer from sudden acceleration.
The move has
Ten Americans have been arrested in Haiti on suspicion of trying to illegally take more than 30 children out of the country as part of an illicit
Ten thousand people have attended a rally in the Russian Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Vladimir
There will be no bail-out for the struggling Greek economy, according to Europe’s finance commissioner, because – it is claimed – there is no risk
Ten American citizens have been arrested on suspicion of attempting to take 33 children out of Haiti as part of an illicit adoption scheme.