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France has expressed fresh concerns over the plight of Ukraine’s jailed former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
It comes after France’s human
The focus now for Italian authorities is on recovery rather than rescue.
The hulk of the Costa Concordia is unstable and it is feared it could
“We are all Armenians”. Many of the tens of thousands who flooded Istanbul’s streets on Thursday were carrying this slogan.
Five years to the day
Two years after it asked for $500 billion to fight off a global slump the International Monetary Fund’s call for a further $600 billion to limit the
A small theatre company in Copenhagen is causing controversy with plans to stage a play based on the writings of Anders Behring Breivik, who carried
In brief: The EU has adopted tougher rules for dealing with electronic waste. MEPs voted to introduce the measures over the next seven years.
As expected, David Beckham will be returning to the LA Galaxy next season after signing a new two-year contract with the MLS Club.
Rick Perry has announced he is pulling out of the US Republican nomination race. The Texas governor said he will now support Newt Gingrich’s run for
After months of denials and attempting to put its finger in the bursting dyke of revelations about its corrupt journalistic methods, Rupert Murdoch’s
It was almost like Standard and Poor’s stripping France of its AAA credit rating never happened as on Thursday, in its first auction of medium-term
The focus on fashion has turned to Berlin which has long fought to compete with the more established glamour of Milan and Paris.
The first and only silent movie to win an Oscar for Best Picture is being re-released on DVD to mark the 100th anniversary of Paramount
A former aide to ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair has admitted the UK did use a device hidden in a fake rock in Moscow to spy on Russia. At the
The four days of Milan fashion week came to a close with Giorgio Armani’s menswear collection for winter 2013 managing to combine everything a well
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has told euronews she wants to see a full ban on Iranian oil into Europe by July.
The EU has, in
Underwater shots from inside the stricken Costa Concordia cruise ship which ran aground with more than 4,000 people on board.
Sony Ericsson’s much worse than expected fourth quarter performance — with pretax losses of 247 million euros — has wiped out all of its profit for
Some say getting ahead in the media is more about who know than what you know.
But a protest by journalists at Austrian public television ORF has
The age old debate of Britain’s place at the heart of Europe is heating up once again.
Last month Eurosceptics praised Prime Minister David
Italian prosecutors want to speak to a mystery blonde woman seen with Captain Francesco Schettino just moments before his ship crashed.
French supermarket giant Carrefour is warning its profit for last year will be near the low end of already pessimistic forecasts.
Moves towards restarting nuclear reactors in Japan have provoked an angry protest from people worried about a repeat of the Fukushima disaster
Against a background of tension between Britain and Argentina over claims to the Falkland Islands, oil companies say there could be more than eight
Revenues from Egypt’s vital tourism sector plunged last year because of the unrest that led President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
Officially it is the last day of the Arab League observers’ mission to Syria. But this weekend its leader presents his report in Cairo, and it is
Two days before from the fifth anniversary of his murder, Turkish court pronounced first sentence in Armenian journalist Hrant Dink’s case. Despite
Portuguese scientists are developing robots to help people with mobility problems.
The researchers in Guimarães are trying to create robots that
Pakistan’s legal system has fired its latest shot in the triangular struggle for power there between the courts, the army and government.
The online and on-street protesters against proposed anti-piracy laws SOPA and PIPA appear to have achieved some of their objectives, even if they
Some 100 Filipino crew members of the Costa Concordia have completed their long journey home.
They touched down at Manila’s international airport