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It is hoped that the World Cup will bring economic benefits to host nation South Africa, but local street vendors in Johannesburg won’t be seeing the
Whether you are travelling abroad for business or on holiday, it is important to take your European Health Insurance Card with you. If you don’t have
Turkey has called for Israel to face international punishment for the killing of nine Turkish nationals on board the aid ship Mavi Mamara at a
Five Irish activists detained by Israel forces after they boarded the aid vessel the Rachel Corrie have arrived back in Dublin following their
Euro zone finance ministers tried to calm nervous financial markets at their meeting in Luxembourg on Monday.
To do that they have been working on
What did exactly happen on May 31st on board the Mavi Marmara? One difficulty in ascertaining the truth is that the Israeli army seized film and
We all know how difficult it can be to see a liquid crystal screen when the sun comes out. Suddenly, you just can’t use your phone, your camera
Germans face a gloomier economic forecast for the coming years according to their government’s plans to cut its budget.
By 2014, the German state
Justice delayed, and justice denied. That is the opinion of protestors on hearing the news eight former Indian employees of US chemicals firm Union
The man who is set to become Japan’s new finance minister is promising fiscal reform.
Yoshihiko Noda is likely to be named by Prime Minister-elect
The world’s airlines can expect to make a two billion euro profit this year.
That is the latest forecast from the International Air Transport
Hungary will need to cut government spending by around one to one and half percent of GDP to meet IMF and EU budget targets this year according to
Anthony Gormley’s new show – Test Sites – has opened at the White Cube in London.
The exhibition continues Gormley’s exploration of how the human
A growing number of accidents on zebra crossings in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod has led local traffic police to introduce an innovative new
Transilvania International Film Festival featured 240 art-house movies from 47 countries worldwide. The Festival was held in Cluj, in the heart of
To get a further idea of what the Dutch think about membership of the euro and the European Union, reporter Olaf Bruns spoke to economist Mathijs
It is the first national election in the eurozone since the continent was gripped by the crisis in its common currency.
The toll of dead and injured birds and marine animals from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is climbing.
German soccer squad (Manschaft) has arrived in Johannesburg, before departing to their base just outside Pretoria.
The funeral has taken place in Gaza of four Palestinian divers who were killed by the Israeli navy.
The Israeli army says the men were intercepted
The new supremo of North Korea’s army has been announced. It is Jang Song-Thaek, the son-in-law of the “dear leader”, Kim Jong-Il.
An Israeli naval patrol has killed at least four Palestinians who were in a boat off the coast of Gaza.
Hamas officials say the group was on a
The sun never seems to set on the “Twilight” film franchise.
The second film in the vampire romance series has taken five prizes at the MTV Movie
There have been angry scenes outside a court in India as eight people were convicted over the 1984 disaster at Bhopal.
Many who survived what is
The German government met over the weekend with one aim in mind, cutting back on public spending. Borrowing is now at its highest level since
Several people were injured in South Africa on Sunday after thousands of football fans stampeded the gates outside a Makhulong stadium before a
Pope Benedict XVI has met with a Turkish Cypriot Muslim leader.
Three of the main towers of the Sartrouville estate were demolished on Sunday. 251 appartments were crushed and families will be relocated.
Photographs appearing to show terrified and bleeding Israeli soldiers on the Turkish aid ship they stormed last week have been released by
Police in New York have been gathering evidence at the homes of two men arrested trying to board flights to Egypt and Somalia on Saturday from