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Following days of protest, Nigeria is expecting a calmer weekend after unions suspended strike action over the government’s removal of a fuel
Tunisa’s press and media savour the anniversary of the country’s revolution more than most; for a year they have reported with an unprecedented
There were angry scenes in Beijing on Friday, these protests were not about political issues or poverty, rather a shortage of i-Phones. People who
Negotiators representing the investors who have lent money to Athens met again with Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos on Friday but there was no
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has replaced five members of his cabinet as he plans to push ahead with new tax hikes.
Katsuya Okada, a
In Tunis, on 14 January 2011, thousands of ordinary people packed Habid Bourguiba Avenue in the Tunisian capital. Men and women, students, street
A Norwegian court has ordered for Oslo gunman Anders Behring Breivik to be reassesed by psychiatrists.
Breivik was found to be legally insane in a
It’s bad news for sausage lovers.
Swedish researchers say eating fifty grammes of processed meat a day – two slices of bacon or one sausage –
The most prominent mourner at the funeral of the late Soviet master-spy Gevork Vartanyan was a former spy himself, if that is he has ever given up
The discussions on the financial transaction tax dominated the beginning of the week – and is likely to divide Europe: Some countries like France
Myanmar has freed some of its most prominent political dissidents as it takes another small step towards democracy.
Among those released were
Violence erupted across Syria, underlying a warning from the head of the Arab League that the country was entering a civil war that could create
Closing the digital divide has become a major challenge in today’s internet world, especially as modern technology breaks down barriers of age and
France, Austria and seven other Eurozone countries have had their credit ratings downgraded by the rating agency Standard & Poor’s.
What would Inspector Morse have made of it? Oxford’s dreaming spires are muttering to each other following the mystery death of one of the university
Two years ago an earthquake devastated Haiti and outside help poured in. First people had to be saved from the crushed buildings. Some owe their
January 16, 1979 Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, is forced to flee his country by violent protests against him. His removal paved the way
Row upon row of taxi sat empty and idle in Milan on Friday, as drivers called a one-day unauthorised strike in Italy.
Vehicles were not taking
It is 100 days until France’s presidential election.
And while Nicolas Sarkozy is carving out an increasing share of votes for himself according to
Iran has given an official funeral to its nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, murdered in Tehran on Wednesday when a bomb was attached to his
After the Jasmine revolution in Tunisia just what has been accomplished in the political, economic and social spheres by the Ennaahda party. The
After recording this song for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign, French musician Tony Jazz has been commissioned to write the official song of the Young
Silent film The Artist was the big winner at the Critics’ Choice awards, picking up four awards including Best Picture and Best Director for Michel
In its latest round of job cuts, Novartis is to axe nearly 2,000 of its US workforce, mostly from the sales division.
The Swiss drugmaker is
The Swiss National Bank has said it expects to have made a profit for 2011 thanks to gains from its foreign currency positions and a rise in the
Air France-KLM has announced a pay freeze for French staff and cutbacks in its fleet as part of a three-year turnaround plan.
Israel has added German submarines to its arsenal in preparation for attacks or defence that may be necessary due to mounting tension in the region
At Kilis on Turkey’s border with Syria organisers of a humanitarian aid convoy have gone on hunger strike to protest at the refusal by Damascus to
If you can’t go to the festival, let the festival come to you. A showcase of new French cinema that is entirely online is back for a second edition
It has been one year since a revolution in Tunisia sparked a wave of similar uprisings across the Middle East known as the Arab Spring, but some