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The euro zone countries whose economies are causing disquiet to investors are Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland.
Investors are worried those
British Airways posted an unexpected operating profit of 28 million euros for the final three months of last year.
The UK flag-carrier credited
Swedish lorry maker Volvo made a bigger than expected loss in the fourth-quarter.
The world’s second largest truck company said its operating loss
There has been little sign of a recovery in the US labour market.
The latest government figures showed employers there cut another 20,000 jobs in
Strikes by public workers continued in Germany on Friday.
Most buses and trains did not run in major cities and rubbish was not
Gloomy financial news in Spain keeps on coming, amid falls on the stock market.
Latest figures show the economy contracted by 3.6 percent last
Ukraine’s Yulia Tymoshenko and Viktor Yanukovich head into a final clash for the presidency on
Sunday, but the prospect of post-election unrest
The Kremlin has called a halt to the controversial demolition of a housing estate on the banks of the River Moskva in the Russian capital
Guaranteeing the right to social benefits of some 10 million mobile Europeans who live, work or are retired outside their home countries in the
Three British Labour MPs and a Conservative peer are facing criminal charges over their expense claims.
All four parliamentarians deny the
After two weeks of talks, Northern Ireland’s politicians have agreed to take full control of their own police and justice system.
As failure would
Afghanistan has been dominating talks between NATO defence ministers in Istanbul, amid reports a major attack against the Taliban is imminent
At least 10 people have died in an explosion outside an emergency hospital ward in Karachi where the wounded victims of an earlier suicide bomb
Organisers of the Razzies — which acknowledge the worst of the movie industry — have announced their short-list of shame.
And Sandra Bullock could
Venice might be renowned for canals, gondoliers and ice-cream, but its opera house “Teatro La Fenice” is equally well known.
La Fenice — or the
Police in Portugal are investigating whether an arms cache discovered in a holiday villa may be evidence of a terrorist launch base being set
Tropical Cyclone Oli has hit French Polynesia killing one person and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of others from the archipelago.
More than 20 people have been killed in two explosions in Pakistan’s commercial capital, Karachi.
One blast killed at least 12 Shi’ite Muslims on a
Three Labour MPs and a Tory peer are to face criminal charges over their expense claims.
In a joint statement the MPs have said they refute the
Police and justice powers are to be transferred from London to Belfast by April 12, ending a crisis that had threatened to topple the Northern
There is more bad news for the Spanish government, already reeling from stock market falls.
Latest figures show the economy contracted by 3.6
As NATO defence ministers hold talks in Istanbul on their strategy in Afghanistan, UK forces have begun to pave the way for a major
The United States has sent two American-born giant pandas to China, in an atmosphere of diplomatic detente amid unrelated arms deal tensions.
The tragic earthquake in Haiti last month triggered a vast international rescue effort.
And space played a vital role in saving
The gloves are off as the two candidates for the Ukrainian presidency prepare to slug it out in a run-off vote.
The campaign has been notable for
About five thousand union members employed in various
sectors, including railway and public services ground to a
halt Thursday (February 4) in Turkey
The seven European partner countries behind the Airbus A400M troop carrier have offered an extra 1.5 billion euros to finance the troubled project –
Romania has agreed to host rocket interceptors in what appears to be a revamped version of the US missile defence shield.