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“The situation has really changed politically in Haiti.” –
Two world wars seemed to have taught Europe better, but in the final decade of the 20th century civilians were still being led away to death
Reaction to the Serbian parliament’s apology for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has revealed how deeply polarised the country still is about its
For a very Muslim few women this is how they see Europe, and now an EU member state may be about to outlaw both versions of this full veil in
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President Obama’s Twitter account was hacked, by an unemployed technician in France, who claimed it was
Germany and France have agreed on a new bank tax to help pay for all the public money the industry has received in bail-out funds.
The accord came
German unemployment figures delivered a pleasant surprise for the government in March, falling unexpectedly by the biggest margin since June
Newspaper editors are keeping a close watch on the progress of the new ipad which should be available in Europe by the end of this April. They are
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Anthrolpology in Leipzig, Germany, think they have identified a previously unknown “hominid” or type of
Questions are being asked about the quality of cosmetic surgery in France after a court ordered the closure of a breast implant firm.
At the United Nations hosted one day donors conference, representatives from across the globe gathered to pledge long term aid to Haiti.
Clash of the Titans is the first of the summer blockbusters and has been hastily transfered to 3D in an attempt to capitalise on the success of
Morcheeba of 1999 hit “Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day” are back and preparing to release a new single (Even Though) in May, and in June their new album
There has been more carnage in Russia, this time in the republic of Dagestan in the Caucasus. It comes on the same day Chechen rebel leader Doku
Japanese companies won new export orders in March at a rate not seen in almost six years.
A survey showed the manufacturing sector is likely to
Turkey’s strong economic performance towards the back-end of last year helped to take a little of the sting out of the recession.
Six per cent
Inflation in the eurozone has been pushed up much faster than economists had predicted, and the jobless rate reached double digits in
In Moscow’s oldest mosque members of the Muslim community gather. They share a common uneasy feeling following the double suicide bombings in the
In Thailand, protestors are gearing up for another weekend of anti-government demonstrations.
That’s despite news that the Thai government is
Haiti will ask the world for four billion dollars to help it rebuild and modernise in the wake of the earthquake which decimated the
Two more bombings have hit Russia. At least 12 people, including a top local police official, have been killed by two suicide bombings in Russia’s
Serbia’s parliament has apologised for the slaughter of thousands of Bosnian Muslims massacred in Sebrenica in 1995. The landmark resolution was
A Palestinian youth was shot and wounded by the Israeli army on March 30 in Gaza.
Tokyo residents enjoy cherry blossoms in full bloom.
A day of national mourning was being observed in Russia on Tuesday, following a double suicide bombing in the Moscow metro system.
Russia has been rocked by two explosions again. At least nine people are reported to have been killed in the two blasts in the town of Kizlyar in the
Presidents Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy have been at pains to dispel rumours of tension and division during a press conference at the end of the
Belgium is set to take a key step today towards banning full Islamic veils from being worn in public places.
A committee of MPs is expected to back