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The leader of Uganda’s opposition Dr. Kizza Besigye returned to Kampala from medical treatment in Kenya on the day his arch-rival, President Yoweri
Croatia’s prime minister, Jadranka Kosor, is pushing hard to make her country the EU’s 28th Member State. But the European Union still doesn’t think
The Fukushima disaster in Japan in March threw the spotlight on Europe’s nuclear power plants. While the EU Commission and the bloc’s 27 member
Denmark has defended its decision to tighten border controls, insisiting this won’t contravene EU rules on the freedom of movement.
There has been a significant step forward for Libya’s rebel movement in its campaign for international recognition.
British Prime Minister David
The International Energy Agency has said high prices are eroding demand for oil and threatening the West’s economic recovery.
The IEA – which is
The jatropha plant was hailed as ‘green gold’ when it first emerged in the mid 2000s; here was a tree that produced oil-rich seeds that could be used
Reshaping the Schengen pact on passport-free travel across European borders has been under debate among EU ministers in Brussels. Some want a return
Observers at the trial of John Demjanjuk expressed relief at the verdict, but many were stunned when the court ordered Demjanjuk’s release on the
NATO planes carried out a fresh raid overnight by on a residential compound used by the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi in Tripoli.
Love it or loathe it; despite or more likely because of its outrageous costumes and cheesy tunes, Eurovision is one of the world’s biggest television
Lady Gaga turned the Croisette in Cannes into an open-air disco on the opening night of the 64th Film Festival. She was performing Judas, the second
More problems have been reported at the Fukushima nuclear plant, two months after it was crippled by Japan’s deadly earthquake and tsunami.
Patients have been evacuated from the local hospital in the Spanish town of Lorca after Wednesday night’s earthquake brought down part of the roof.
The eruptive activity of Mount Etna has sharply increased. The Sicilian giant, Europe’s tallest active volcano, spewed out fountains of lava and spat
The day after a rare earthquake in Spain that killed nine people, injured nearly 300, and left 10 percent of buildings in the town of Lorca with
May 13, 1981. Turkish gunman Mehmet Ali Ağca shoots Pope John Paul II in the Vatican’s St. Peter’s Square. Ağca fired several times before being
Greece’s jobless rate hit a new record in February as austerity measures to reduce deficits deepened the recession and led to more job cuts.
Saab faced further uncertainty after the collapse of a deal with China’s Hawtai Motors as it could not get the Bejing government’s approval.
The International Monetary Fund has said the European Central Bank can afford to wait before putting up interest rates and urged broad-based action
British Airways cabin crews have agreed to call off a bitter dispute with the airline.
That ends a row that started a 18-months ago and cost
At least three people are thought to have died and dozens to have been injured during a crackdown by the security forces in Yemen.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s PR trip to car manufacturer Lada backfired somewhat when the casually dressed former president was unable to
Finland’s True Finn party has refused to join the country’s next government as it opposes any bailout deal for Portugal.
Party leader Timo Soini
French investigators probing the crash of Air France flight 447, which crashed into the sea off the coast of Rio killing all 228 people, will know on
A court in Munich has freed 91-year-old John Demjanjuk just hours after finding him guilty of being an accessory to mass murder during his time at
Germany has its first ever Green state premier after Winfried Kretschmann, was formally elected to the post in the rich south-western state of
Media coverage of the Cannes festival requires an army of photographers. Some stand on duty alongside the red carpet while others are sent on sorties
EU ministers have arrived in Brussels for an emergency meeting on the future of the Schengen agreement.
The talks have been planned for a while but
A 91-year-old man has been found guilty of helping to kill thousands of Jews in the Sobibor Nazi concentration camp during World War II.