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Indonesia’s most volatile volcano is erupting, spewing hot ash into the air.
Mount Merapi has sent thousands of residents running for their
A chorus of condemnation could be expected from Iran’s critics as it fuelled up a nuclear plant and declared the site may see expansion.
Europe has taken a major step towards improved financial market safeguards. New rules on hedge funds in the European Union will force alternative
Many mothers just do not know how good breast milk is for their babies, especially in the first six months. In Niger, for example, it is the custom
Two years ago it was all about hope and change.
Now Americans are being asked to assess to what extent President Obama has achieved these lofty
Mediterranean EU countries led by France have rejected cutting quotas for bluefin tuna next year, as proposed by the European Commissioner in charge
France’s upper house of parliament has given its final approval to President Nicolas Sarkozy’s controversial pension reform bill.
Indonesia has suffered devastating floods this month that have left dozens of people dead.
The capital Jakarta has been hit by the latest extreme
A tsunami that hit remote islands in western Indonesia after an earthquake has killed more than 100 people.
Some 500 others are
Elected on promises of hope and change, Barack Obama’s reforming presidency could take a hit if the Republicans win big in the US midterms.
It’s a sad day in the world of football…
Paul the octopus, who ‘predicted’ the outcome of eight matches at last summers World Cup, has died at an
Rail services in Germany have been temporarily hit by strikes over equal pay, but are said to be slowly getting back to normal following the
China has just opened the latest link in its high-speed train network – a line from the country’s financial centre Shanghai to Hangzhou in the
“We were born in Iraq, we will die in Iraq either as martyrs which is a great honour, or naturally.”
A month after speaking those words in 2003
Tom Hooper’s new film, The King’s Speech, tells the story of King George VI, who overcame his stammer with the help of an eccentric Australian speech
A groundbreaking exhibition on Aboriginal Art has opened in the Australian capital – taking visitors on a trip through time along the famous Canning
Consumer confidence held steady in Germany going into November.
The latest survey by the GfK market research group showed consumer morale in
It is looking less likely that the Bank of England will have to inject more cash into Britain’s economy after GDP grew twice as fast as expected in
ArcelorMittal says demand for steel will remain muted through to the end of the year.
Announcing third quarter core profit that was in line with
Switzerland’s biggest bank UBS has announced a surprise quarterly loss in its investment banking division due to a fall in trading.
Nearly three quarters of states, beginning with those at war such as Iraq or Afghanistan, are seen as seriously corrupt, according to Transparency
Indonesia’s Mount Merapi started to erupt on Tuesday, spewing hot ash and rocks into the air.
The government raised the state of alert to its
It was groundbreaking in its day, signifying the dawn of an age of music on the move.
But in the digital era the Sony Walkman cassette player has
Saddam Hussein’s former right-hand man Tariq Aziz has been condemned to death by Iraq’s high tribunal.
Once the international face of the late
A tsunami that hit remote islands in western Indonesia after an earthquake has killed at least 40 people. Hundreds more are missing.
Tensions over the disputed territory of Western Sahara have come to the fore after a teenager trying to reach an impromptu camp was shot dead by
Saddam Hussein’s deputy Tariq Aziz has been condemned to death by Iraq’s high tribunal.
The court’s media office said the sentence was for the
Trailing in the polls, Brazil’s opposition presidential candidate has attacked frontrunner Dilma Rousseff over corruption.
Jose Serra used a
Iran has started loading fuel into the core of its first nuclear power plant, according to state television.
Fuel rods were transported into the