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To be or not to be in the monetary union? In these times of crisis, majority public opinion in the Czech Republic, well attached to its crown, is not
Starting form the theme of the World Expo, we went to see how people live in Shanghai, and if China, with its megalopolis is really focusing on
This summer the World Cup will be watched live on TV the world over, and it is all thanks to satellites thousands of kilometres above the
The trial of an anti-whaling activist from New Zealand has begun in Tokyo.
Protesters gathered outside the court demanding a strict sentence for
The Spanish government’s additional spending cuts – narrowly voted through parliament on Thursday – include a 1.2 billion euros reduction of funding
In the battle of the big techs, Apple has overtaken Microsoft.
Its shares rose on Wednesday as Microsoft’s fell making it the world’s biggest
Consumer confidence in the euro zone’s second largest economy – France – fell to its lowest level in a year in May.
Consumer spending is a key
The euro rose in value on Thursday after China’s central bank said Europe remained a key investment market for the country’s foreign exchange
The last time they embarked on this crossing, it was a lot less peaceful.
For the second time in history, dozens of the famous “Little Ships” have
Concern over privacy in Europe — this is the basis of plans presented for talks with the United States to set standards of access to information
Queueing for Bosnians seeking travel permission at an EU embassy could soon end. A European proposal would allow them visa-free travel across the
Sarah Jessica Parker and her pals from Manhattan are taking their sexy ways to a new city in “Sex and the City 2.”
In the film, Parker, Kim
Unions in France are watching today’s protests over pension reforms to guage how strong their position is, as negotiations with the government
There has been temporary relief for Spain’s governing Socialists as parliament approved their 15 billion euro austerity package.
But it was the
Massive anti-North Korea protest is held in Seoul to denounce the North’s recent threats against the South.
More than 100,000 people demonstrate across France against plans by the centre-right government to extend the retirement age in a bid to shore up the
Bangladeshi buddhists celebrate Buddah’s birthday in Dhaka.
Hundreds of Myanmarese exiles living in India rallied in New Delhi on Thursday to protest against Myanmar’s upcoming elections.
Filipino activists gather in Manila to denounce the coming elections in Myanmar.
BP has managed to stop the flow of oil that has been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico for the last five weeks, according to the US coastguard.
North Korea has said it will rip up a military pact aimed at preventing naval clashes with the South amid mounting tensions in the region. The latest
There is relief for Spain’s Socialist government, after parliament backed it’s 15 billion euro austerity plan.
But it was the closest of calls. The
At least seven people are now known to have died in the bombing of a theatre in the Russian city of Stavropol yesterday.
The powerful blast came
The streets of France have been filled with demonstrators, as workers protest at government plans to raise the age of retirement.
At 60, France has
This year’s Asturias prize for Communication and Humanities has been awarded in Oviedo, northern Spain.
It is the third of Crown Prince Felipe’s
Questions are being asked about the role played by the jamaican police in the bloody crackdown on a drugs gang in the capital, Kingston.
Two rival gangs in the German city of Hannover have agreed to end their long-running and often violent feud. The Hells Angels and the Bandidos had
A series of suicides at a company that makes computer parts for iPods and mobile phones has led to questions over working conditions on Chinese