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Liverpool’s long-running ownership saga has finally been resolved after many legal twists and turns.
After buying the previously debt-burdened
Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev has named the man who ran his election campaign and the chief of staff of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Sergei
World Food Day, which happens every year on 16th October, is intended to focus attention on global hunger.
euronews spoke to Hafez Ghanem, an
High school students have joined the pension protests across France this week.
Clashes erupted in the city of Lyon between demonstrators and the
A cat-and-mouse game is underway in France between the security forces and striking oil workers.
The terminal at Marseille was reopened this
The commander of US and NATO troops in Afghanistan says his forces facilitated a senior Taliban commander’s visit to Kabul to hold talks with the
Europe has agreed in principle to slap a new pollution and noise tax on heavy goods vehicles, in spite of opposition from road hauliers. A qualified
Delegates have gathered in Rome ahead of the 30th World Food Day, and are hearing much more needs to be done if the UN objective of eradicating
Italy’s largest utility company Enel is reportedly going to sell almost a third of the shares of its Green Power unit.
That would raise 3.4 billion
Prosecutors have demanded a total aquittal on all five counts in the case against Geert Wilders in Amsterdam.
Prosecutors defended the leader of
Engineers have finished digging the world’s longest tunnel under the Swiss Alps. An underground ceremony marked the moment as a huge drill almost 10
Flood-torn Pakistan has told a group of 26 countries and international organizations in Brussels that, in exchange for their help, it will pursue
It is being called ‘the tunnel of the century’ — a feat of civil engineering built of superlatives.
The Swiss transport minister said the Gotthard
It is business as usual at the aluminium plant behind the toxic sludge spill in Hungary.
Despite warnings from environmentalists that the affected
Prosecutors in Rome have joined magistrates in Milan in investigating the Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi over a TV rights deal.
European car sales fell for the sixth straight month in September. They were down by 9.6 percent from the same month last year.
ACEA, the regional
HSBC has ended its attempt to buy a majority stake in South Africa’s Nedbank without saying why.
It had been in exclusive talks with Anglo-South
Based on a cult comic book series of the same name, RED is the story of a retired CIA agent who realises his ex-employer has hired an assassin to
Swiss engineers smash through the last stretch of rock to create the longest tunnel in the world.
Three fuel storage depots have been reopened by riot police in France, as fears grow of a shortage at the pumps.
Nine of the country’s 12
All eyes will be on Beijing this weekend as the country’s governing Communist Party draws up its next five-year-plan for the economy.
The agenda is
The UN Security Council has been hearing new
claims that government troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo are involved in the rape and murder
Waves crash onto the Malecon, Havana’s famous promenade. But all the signs are that Hurricane Paula is losing strength.
Officials are optimistic
In Chile the 33 rescued miners have begun their new lives as national heroes.
Five of them have already been discharged from hospital and more are
Hundreds of high school pupils demonstrated in France against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension reform as strikes shuttered oil refineries
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger met David Cameron and hailed British troops as “true action heroes.”
Greek riot police have stormed the Acropolis to disperse a group of temporary staff protesting over plans to axe 320 jobs. Police waded in with
Miners in Switzerland are the verge of completing the world’s longest tunnel as part of an environmental project to save the Swiss Alps.
Hollywood has already reportedly pencilled in Matt Damon to play his role if a film is made of the Chilean miners’ rescue, and Manuel Gonzales fits
The exhibition is not, the curators say, a study of Hitler’s personality, still less a collection of Nazi memorabilia.
“Hitler and the Germans” has