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As tropical storm Bonnie bears down on the Gulf of Mexico, BP has pulled out its flotilla of relief ships dealing with the Deepwater oil spill, and
The ruling by a UN court backing Kosovo’s self-declared independence has failed to move two influential opponents of the breakaway.
The test results have been released which were carried out to see how European banks would cope with a future financial crisis.
Of the 91
The background to the stress tests included catastrophic events like the collapse of Lehman Brothers investment bank in September 2008 which was
The governor of Kosovo’s central bank has been arrested in an anti-corruption investigation by EU officials. Hashim Rexhepi was detained by Kosovo
At least one person has been killed and more than 40 injured after a popular tourist train derailed in the Swiss Alps.
The Glacier Express came
The end of an International AIDS Conference in Vienna has exposed the gulf between scientists and governments on how best to deal with the
More sabre-rattling from North Korea – it’s threatened a ‘physical response’ to US plans to hold joint military drills with South Korea.
Two top ratings agencies have said they may downgrade Hungary’s sovereign debt after its prime minister rejected austerity measures.
German businesses were much more optimistic in July.
The Ifo economic think tank’s monthly survey of some 7,000 firms found business sentiment at
Britain’s economy grew almost twice as fast as expected in the second quarter of this year.
That was due to a sharp pick-up in services activity
Archeologists have found the remains of a second circular construction at Stonehenge in Britain, but without disturbing a single blade of
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has cut diplomatic ties with Colombia in an escalating dispute between to the two Andean neighbours over Bogata’s
“Being a nuclear power does not mean that we are going to make a bomb”
Iran’s nuclear programme has worried the international community for some
Spanish police have found the body of a child believed to be that of a German boy who had been missing for several days.
The five year-old was on
Thousands of soldiers are tackling an oil slick in China that environmentalists fear could have long-term consequences.
It is a week now since a
Kosovo’s government is hoping for wider international recognition after UN judges backed the country’s self-declared independence. The International
The EU has urged Serbia and Kosovo to improve their relations to boost their chances of joining the union.
Both want to become members. Belgrade
Europe’s banks will be under the spotlight in London tonight with the publication of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors’ “stress
The international oil firm Trafigura has been fined a million euros by a Dutch court over its role in exporting toxic waste which ended up being
The Festival of Avignon is in full swing, with performances that range from Shakespeare to quasi-silent clowning. Richard II is being staged in one
The Montreux Jazz Festival was once again an eclectic mix of all kinds of music including rock, pop, and hip-hop as well every shade of jazz
Extreme weather is the last thing they need. But, with Tropical Storm Bonnie gathering momentum, many ships and rigs dealing with the US oil spill
Tension is mounting between the US and North Korea.
In Hanoi, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged Asia to get tough on Pyongyang by
Southern China has been lashed by its second typhoon in a week.
At least two people were killed as Typhoon Chanthu slammed into Guangdong
By tackling organised crime in the Balkans Serbia’s government is sending a strong message to the European Union and its neighbours, that it is
Jon Davies, euronews : “I am joined from London by Simon Tilford who is the Chief Economist at the Centre for European Reform.
Simon, There has
Bluefin Tuna is disappearing from the sea. Demand keeps prices high - which means people will keep fishing Bluefin Tuna until there is none
A Paris zoo has announced the birth of two rare Southeast Asian cats called clouded leopards. The two girl cubs, named Pati and Jaya, have made their
Typhoon Chanthu, the second to hit China in a week, brings torrential rains and gale-force winds to southeastern Guangdong province.