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Belgium’s lower house of parliament has voted to ban the wearing of the burqa in public.
The Senate’s approval is expected to be a formality which
The heartland of the dispute over which Belgium’s government fell may be traced to communes like Sint-Genesius-Rode, in the Flanders region. Many
Officials from the IMF, the European Union and the European Central Bank are in Athens hoping to wrap up in the next few days what could be the
Portugal’s government says it will be able to slash its 2010 public deficit to less than its original target of 8.3 per cent.
They have been likened to a world superpower, capable of bringing down a country. But the three major credit rating agencies in New York use neither
It’s the third and final debate between the leaders of Britain’s main political parties but the contest risks being overshadowed by the fallout from
The oil slick off the US Gulf Coast has been declared a matter of “national significance” amid growing concerns of an imminent environmental
Anti-government red shirt protesters in Thailand are calling on the European Union to send observers to Bankgok to prevent a violent crackdown by
China is reeling from its third school stabbing inside a month after a man knifed 28 children and three adults at a kindergarten in eastern
Greece’s economic plight is no joke but that has not stopped their cartoonists from having a field day lampooning all and sundry about the
Lou Reed at a documentary festival in Switzerland. Touring Europe with his experimental group “Metal Machine Trio”, Reed has come to Nyon’s “Vision
Trade unions in Portugal are mobilising against the government’s planned austerity measures with large demonstrations expected on May 1.
As Greece’s fiscal woes turn viral and infect markets across the European Union, pressure is mounting on Germany to support a new rescue deal.
The Spanish press is pretty clear about what it thinks of Spain’s credit worthiness downgrade – the country is insolvent screamed one headline today
The Gulf of Mexico oil leak following the sinking of the rig Deepwater Horizon is five times worse than initially thought, says operator British
There has been a second knife attack in a Chinese primary school in 24 hours.
28 children were injured, several seriously, along with three adults
A South Korean mountaineer was making her way back to base camp on Mount Annapurna in the Himalayas on Wednesday after becoming the first woman to
About 16 people are injured and a soldier feared killed in a protest clash in Bangkok.
At least four dead in attack on police vehicle near checkpoint
A Palestinian youth was injured, according to Palestinian sources, during an anti-siege protest in Gaza.
Italian journalists protested in front of the Senate Palace in Rome Wednesday against the bill on wiretaps which must be approved by the government.
At least three killed in attack outside Kandahar.
They were made famous by the “Flower Power” hippy generation. But now researchers at New York University believe hallucinogenic drugs may help ease
At the recent WIMA exhibition in Monaco, several companies showcased new applications using Near Field Communication technology. NFC is a short-range
An investigation has been launched after the discovery of at least 300 cremation urns containing human remains, lying at the bottom of Lake
Spain quickly moved into damage limitation mode on the news that it had become the third Eurozone country to have its credit rating cut this week
Greece’s premier has called for his country’s aid package to be pushed through more quickly as market forces continued to send his government’s
The US Coast Guard has begun burning small pockets of the vast oil slick caused by last week’s oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico.
The oil is
The leading candidates for the job of the UK’s next prime minister are preparing for their third and final live debate this evening.
The theme will