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A man who works out on his lunch break, all told taking a couple of hours at it, two or three times a week, is a statistical exception. It is not
Euronews asks one of the European Commission’s vice-presidents, Maros Sefcovic, about the Lisbon Treaty provision to boost the EU’s democratic
The Irish government is moving to shore up the country’s banks with a major programme to pump in money.
The finance minister in Dublin said some or
The Russian finger of blame may be pointing to the Caucasus for the attacks in Moscow, but there was calm on the streets of the chechen capital Grozy
In the two decades since it was founded, the Northern League has become a potent force in Italian politics.
Born in 1991 as a federation of several
Britain emerged from recession at the end of last year with more vigour than the experts had predicted.
UK PLC grew by 0.4 per cent in the last
The world’s biggest car manufacturer Toyota has appointed a task-force of troubleshooters to take charge of quality control after a massive safety
More than three million Italian electors stayed at home in the regionals. That is eight points lower than five years ago, yet the political damage
An amateur video shot in the aftermath of the bombing has been flashed around the world. It shows the spots of blood, the smoke and sense of terror
A French appeals court has upheld key elements of a verdict against energy giant Total for a disastrous oil spill off the West coast of France 11
Macabre, grainy images have been released which, claim Russia’s Minister for the Interior, are the faces of the suicide bombers.
The image of a
The book industry is eyeing up a new generation of electronic book readers. Could they replace the classic paperback? There were lots of e-readers
The recovery in the airline industry has taken off, with further increases in passenger numbers and freight traffic.
The association representing
The German car manufacturer Daimler has played down talk that it is to sell its super luxury Maybach brand to a Chinese company.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has plenty to celebrate – having made strong gains in his country’s regional elections.
Kensington Palace has been given a facelift by some of Britain’s leading fashion designers including Vivienne Westwood, William Tempest, and milliner
Moscow has been in mourning. Flowers formed the centre piece of the city’s tributes to those victims caught in the explosion at the Park Kultury
Ben Stiller’s latest comedy also stars Rhys Ifans – the nightmare flatmate in Notting Hill, and the star DJ in the Boat the Rocked… and unless you’re
The Large Hadron Collider – based at CERN near Geneva – has produced particle collisions at a speed of 7 trillion electron-volts (TEV).
Two women suicide bombers blew themselves up on the Moscow subway during rush hour, killing at least 39 people and wounding 73.
A Paris appeals court has upheld a ruling against energy giant Total for a disastrous oil spill off the western coast of France 11 years ago.
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi looks to have avoided a mid-term bruising after his centre right faired better than expected in Italy’s regional
In New York police doubled patrols in the city’s subway system. It was one visible result of the two bombings in Moscow’s metro on Monday.
In Moscow a heightened security presence is aiming to help find some of the answers as to who was behind the attacks. Officials still believe the
At Park Kultury station commuters were remembering the dead and paying their own tributes with flowers and silent prayers. Trains ran as normal on
Hundreds of people poured into streets Monday to mourn the death of a militant killed in a gunbattle with Israeli troops along the Gaza border last
Rescuers try to free 153 miners trapped after mine flooded.
Hopes fade for missing sailors three days after their ship sank.
Jews around the world were preparing for the festival of Passover.