In Spain, a movement for answers over an alleged Franco-era baby-stealing policy is gaining momentum.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the
Financial problems have grounded loss-making Spanish airline Spanair, for good.
All flights with the Barcelona-based firm have been suspended
France is to pull its 3,600 troops out of Afghanistan at the end of next year. President Nicolas Sarkozy made the announcement during a visit to
On the crest of Tunisia’s revolutionary wave one year ago, Egyptians rose up as well, removing president Mubarak from power. Today their hopes seem
EU leaders gathering for today’s summit in Brussels are expected to agree a ‘fiscal compact’ to help bring the EU’s most indebted nations back into
It is international Holocaust Remembrance Day.
And at Auschwitz, survivors of Hitler’s Final Solution were among those marking 67 years exactly
At least 12 people have been killed following clashes between Russian security forces and militants in Dagestan and Ingushetia.
Among the reported
Two journalists will share Sweden’s Olof Palme Prize for what the jury called their “tireless and lonely struggle for the benefit of others”
Some 3,000 passengers who sailed on the stricken Costa Concordia have been offered compensation.
Those who suffered no physical harm can claim
UNESCO estimates that indigenous peoples make up five percent of the world’s population, but they often face the threat of losing their cultural
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in the World Economic Forum in Davos, it is not only the eurozone that is in trouble, other regions have
The head of the Arab League monitoring mission in Syria says that violence has escalated significantly over the last three days.
Dozens of deaths
European finance chiefs have been working hard at the World Economic Forum to reassure business and political leaders that the euro zone is on track
Italian unions have taken to the streets of Rome to protest against Prime Minister Mario Monti’s austerity measures.
The former EU commissioner
The shockwave sent out by the eurozone crisis is now hurting emerging economies like Brazil, Russia, and China.
These were the very economies that
The car industry is an excellent economic bellweather as its health often a reflection of consumer confidence or economic vigour. So who better to
The eurozone crisis has plunged the world’s economy into the danger zone.
Europe’s troubles are hitting the once robust growth of the big
Deals are not only sealed in private meeting rooms. A lucrative agreement can just as easily be made over a mouth-watering canapé at one of the
As the last opposition radio station in Budapest loses its licence, many fear the country is slipping from a liberal, to an authoritarian state. The
At least 31 people have been killed in the Iraqi capital in a suicide attack on a funeral procession.
It brings the death toll from sectarian
More than five million people are now out of work in Spain – the highest rate in nearly 17 years.
According to official figures, the unemployment
Both sides are blaming each other after an incident that saw Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard rushed out of an event by her security team on
EU competition regulators are investigating whether pricing and capacity pacts between Air France-KLM, Alitalia and Delta on transatlantic routes are
The US economy expanded at its fastest pace in one and a half years in the fourth quarter of 2011.
It was up by 2.8 percent from the same period a
Portugal has become the next big worry for investors who see it as following Greece into debt trouble.
The feeling in the market is that Lisbon
Politicians and business people like Davos because they can hold a months’ worth of meetings in just a few days without having to travel around the
The operator of Costa Concordia has offered passengers 11,000 euros in compensation.
Survivors who suffered no physical harm can get a payout for
Iran’s A Separation is up against Israeli movie Footnote in the shortlist for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, along with Poland’s In Darkness
Way before satellite photography and Google Earth, these intricate models give an amazing birds-eye view of French cities and forts from the 17th