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The man behind what was in 2003 Europe’s biggest ever corporate bankruptcy, Calisto Tanzi, has been jailed for 18 years by an Italian court.
The British parliament has approved the controversial increase in university student tuition fees, but the government saw its 84-strong majority
51 Pegasus B: that’s the name given to the first ever extrasolar planet discovered back in 1995. Since then, scientists have detected some 500
The Democratic Republic of Congo holds some of Africa’s major mineral resources. Yet poverty is rampant, in the very regions where riches can be
Ireland’s so-called ghost estates, are a stark reminder of the fall from grace of one Europe’s biggest success stories. And today an EU/IMF bailout
European defence ministers have agreed to reinforce European military cooperation – what they call “a force multiplier”. A projected “sharing of
The Fete des Lumieres in Lyon is four days of light and sound extravaganza which make it one of the premium events of its kind in the world
The Nobel Committee says the award of its Peace Prize to a leading Chinese dissident is founded on global human rights, and is not an attempt to
Up to 20,000 demonstrators are marching on the Houses of Parliament in London as MPs debate whether to triple university fees in England.
It is an
If you have a legal matter to take up with one of the EU’s institutions, you can of course take it to the courts. But before such action, you can
Police in Chile have identified the 80 or so prisoners killed in a major fire in a Santiago jail.
Relatives had gathered outside the prison gates