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Haiti’s president has been to Washington seeking assurances that US aid will continue in the long term for his earthquake devastated country.
European Union foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton has laid out her agenda before the European Parliament. She said other major world players
The European Commission has raised the spectre of protectionism in the transatlantic refueling tanker plane affair.
European industry as well said
United in condemning Israel’s latest settlement moves, US Vice-President Joe Biden and Mahmoud Abbas have met in Ramallah.
Striking refuse collectors in Greece hold a funeral march.
They want to bury the government’s austerity measures aimed at reviving the country’s
Since the beginning of the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians, Jerusalem has been the main stumbling block.
And central to the
It is being reported that at least one Spanish woman held by al-Qaeda insurgents in Mali has been freed, however the release of another female
The number of households in the United States with a net worth of at least one million dollars jumped last year according to calculations based on
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said he believed the UK will keep its coveted AAA credit rating despite a record deficit.
Setting out his
Russia’s police force is back in the spotlight, once again for all the wrong reasons.
Prosecutors in Moscow are investigating claims officers used
Austria’s Catholic Church has expressed deep shame and regret over a growing child sex buse scandal.
It has now been revealed a priest from the
The image is disturbing enough for the United States, as its arch-foe Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is warmly greeted by Washington’s ally, Hamid Karzai.
Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi enters a press conference to accuse opponents of preventing his party from registering candidates for
Restoration experts have used ultra violet lights to rediscover the rich, original details in pictures by one of Italy’s most noted artists Giotto
Animated films from across Europe have been screened in the French city of Lyon, for the 12th edition of the Cartoon Movie forum. One of the most
An international research team has made some surprising discoveries about the sun’s magnetic fields. Strong magnetic areas have been observed around
The German media giant Axel Springer has posted lower profits and sales for last year due to a “massive” fall in advertising spending
Last month’s huge earthquake in Chile might cost the insurance industry up to five billion euros in damage claims.
That is the estimate of the
Belgium-based insurance group Fortis said it returned to profit last year.
As a result it resumed paying a dividend to shareholders.
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama offered prayers in Dharamsala to mark the 51st anniversary of Tibetans’ aborted uprising against the Chinese
Japan’s harpoon hunt of Dall’s porpoises continues despite growing international pressure for the country to cease the hunting of cetaceans.
It is being reported that two female hostages held by al-Qaeda insurgents in Mali have been freed. The Italian and Spanish women, both aid workers
It was meant to be the latest stage of his efforts to relaunch the peace process. But the thorny topic of Israeli settlement building has
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan won’t deliver peace there. He was speaking in Kabul where he
They are supposed to guard the rules of the road, but this time it is Russia’s traffic police that appear to have been found wanting.
One of the Islamic world’s leading figures has died suddenly
Sheikh Mohamed Sayed Tantawi, head of Egypt’s most prestigious seat of learning, al
A state of emergency has been declared in Cataluna following historic snowfalls. They have been the heaviest snowfalls in the region since 1986
A 10-metre high statue of Lenin is being repaired before the 140th anniversary of this birthday. The statue had been damaged after vandals exploded a