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With tensions at boiling point on the Korean peninsula, state TV in the North says relations with the South have been irreparably damaged.
Claim and counter-claim are rife in Portugal, as the country struggles through a general strike.
Metro and train stations stayed closed, as the
It is no secret that Silvio Berlusconi often has an uneasy relationship with the media.
The Italian Prime Minister has often been forced to deal
It is one of the busiest periods of the year in the US, as millions fly off for Thanksgiving this Thursday. But there is unlikely to be much holiday
Just how is Ireland going to tackle its financial meltdown? The government’s four-year plan to restore health to its public purse breaks down like
Concentrations of the main greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached their highest levels since pre-industrial times, according to
The Irish government has unveiled a range of tough austerity measures aimed at resolving the country’s chronic debt crisis.
Thousands of public
Any hope the eurozone’s debt crisis will not spread to the Iberian peninsula appears to be fading fast. Despite raising VAT and cutting top civil
Students across the country have come together in London to protest against the government’s proposed hike in tuition fees.
They’ve been angered
Toyota’s latest pride and joy is a member of the environment-friendly club. It is a a new-generation iQ model, a petrol/electric hybrid which
One person is dead and some 30 injured after clashes in Cairo over the construction of a church building.
Hundreds of Christians fought running
A new technique called electroporation uses a metal rod containing a bunch of electrodes to aid chemotherapy to penetrate cancer cells.
Kosovan Bajram Asslani is wanted by the FBI on charges of conspiracy to support terrorism.
But due to Kosovo’s weak legal system, EU law presides
A jury in California has stunned top European software editor SAP, fining it after a long-running case for software theft from Oracle.
Mixed economic news from the UK for the third quarter, which saw a jump in exports and GDP, but falls in growth in consumer, government and
Germanys’ parliament is ringed with steel as the country is on high alert against a terrorist attack, but inside the government was in celebratory
Russia’s state-owned bank VEB is reportedly in talks to buy 3.5 percent of E.ON Ruhrgas’s share in Gazprom. The German utility could make nearly 3.4
Hundreds have turned out for a protest in Seoul, condemning the attack from North Korea and demanding a tough response from the South Korean
British talent dominated this year’s Emmys in New York. Simon Cowell picked up the Founders Award for his work on various TV talent shows and his
A dispute over housing has triggered serious rioting in the capital of Algeria.
It is a recognised problem in Algiers. A year ago there were
People in the Irish Republic will find out this afternoon how grim the future really looks.
Dublin is to publish details of the austerity measures
A day after North Korea’s artillery attack on a South Korean island, a US aircraft carrier is on its way to Korean waters.
Observers say the move
Hundreds of flights have been cancelled due to a general strike in Portugal. Trains and buses are also affected.
Services from healthcare to
The families have received the worst possible news.
Relatives of 29 trapped miners in New Zealand have been told there is no chance the men
In the past, North Korea could have expected some level of support from China. To gauge Beijing’s reaction to this latest incident, we are joined by
The Irish Prime Minister has rejected calls for a swift election and an emergency austerity budget for as early as next week.
The opposition and
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Chinese Premier Wen Jibao have vowed, along with other Asian leaders, to try to double the wild tiger
The international community reacted with outrage to the North Korean artillery attack, but urged caution.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
The savoury smells of top class cooking wafted beneath the city of Paris yesterday when several Michelin star chefs took their skills down onto the
Tensions on the Korean peninsular are at their highest since the war in 1953, with the South warning the North of what it called “enormous