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The president of the world’s only superpower has been meeting the leader of its fastest-rising rival at the White House.
America’s Barack Obama is
Following weeks of civil unrest over poverty and unemployment, protesters in Tunisia are still demonstrating.
The groundswell of anger against the
Saudi Arabia’s withdrawal from participation in Lebanon’s mediation efforts is on the grounds that it has become too dangerous. This leaves Turkey
The UN has decided to send an additional 2000 troops to bolster its force in Ivory Coast, citing “deep concern over the continuing violence and human
Theft of intellectual property through counterfeit discs like those that the Chinese authorities regularly shred in front of reporters represent just
On a giant screen in Times Square, New Yorkers are being treated to a campaign aimed at improving China’s image. This presents ordinary Chinese
A former banker from Switzerland has been found guilty of breaching bank secrecy laws.
Rudolph Elmer, who was among the first to use the Wikileaks
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The French call it ‘Angolagate.’
And the latest chapter in the long-running corruption case over arms sales to the African nation has begun in
As well as the people of Tunisia, the country’s media is also at the dawn of a new era.
Heavy censorship and other forms of repression were
The people of Southern Sudan have voted overwhelmingly for independence from the north in a referendum, according to an early poll by Reuters
Stellar results from Apple and a strong outlook based on dazzling sales of its iPhone and iPad are reassuring investors fretting over the possible
US investment bank Goldman Sachs says its fourth quarter profit declined 53 percent due in part to weaker earnings from what it called “generally low
The world’s largest watchmaker, Swatch, is anticipating an up-tick in sales with strong demand helping to offset the strength of the Swiss franc
The latest UK jobs figures suggest the labour market remains weak even though there was an unexpected fall in the number of people claiming jobless
Amid the pomp and ceremony of a full state visit, Chinese leader Hu Jintao has been warmly received at the White House.
Given a welcome
The foreign ministers of Turkey and Qatar have held talks with Lebanon’s divided political factions in a bid to find a way out of the country’s
The trial has begun of a former Swiss banker facing charges of breaching banking secrecy laws.
Rudolph Elmer, who was among the first to use the
Could our ancestors have used wooden boats to travel by sea to Crete around 130,000 years ago? No one knows for sure but what is clear is that humans
If you have ever been stuck in a queue at a bar or tried desperately to catch a waiter’s eye, then this table may appeal to you. The “Surface” is
Contemporary art from North Korea is being shown for the first time in Russia, in an exhibition called And Water Flows Beneath The Ice in Moscow.
Winona Ryder’s latest film The Dilemma has its European premiere this month.
It is her first leading role in a movie for five years.
Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban got a somewhat frosty reception in the EU parliament as he delieved a speech to kick start Budapest’s six-
Thousands of protesters have once more taken to the streets of Tunis. They want ministers associated with the regime of the ousted Tunisian President
Many side streets and pavements were slick with a layer of ice in Pittsburgh, causing road chaos, particularly on hills.
The African Union’s latest attempt to mediate over Ivory Coast’s disputed presidential election has foundered.
Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga
Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has warned MEPs not to meddle in his country’s domestic policy and concentrate on EU strategy instead
The Iranian government is insisting it is against a jail term and working ban imposed on Iranian movie director Jafar Panahi.
The filmmaker was
This is a big week in US/Chinese diplomacy, but will it be a defining moment? Euronews asked analyst and the author of “How China’s leaders think”
Blake Rice has helped carry the coffin at the funeral of his older brother in Brisbane in Australia. Jordan, who was 13, has become a hero for many