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Europe, the United States and Japan have joined forces against China’s restrictions of rare earth mineral exports.
The materials are critical to
Allegations of abuse of power and human rights are on the rise in Ukraine and the situation is rapidly deteriorating. Those are the controversial
A senior adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader has told euronews that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s presidency has effectively come to an end with more than a
The credit agency Fitch has upgraded Greece to B-minus with what it called a “stable outlook.” It is the first of the agencies to make the widely
The leader of France’s far-right party Marine Le Pen formally announced she would enter the race for the presidency on Tuesday.
A speech by Nicolas Sarkozy which was meant to add momentum to his presidential campaign has rattled the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The President of the European Central Bank Mario
Draghi says a growing gap in comptetitiveness between eurozone members could make it more difficult
The EU, US and Japan have asked the World Trade Organisation to rule on a dispute with China over Beijing’s restrictions on exports of raw
Anger at the killing of 16 civilians by an American soldier was also directed at Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday, after his two brothers
Some two million smokers and ex-smokers in Canada have launched the country’s biggest-ever lawsuit against tobacco giants, in the province of
The funeral has taken place for the slain war reporter Marie Colvin. She and French photographer Remi Ochlik were killed last month by shell and
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has angrily denied accusations, during a live television interview, that he received money from deposed Libyan
Seven policemen in Brussels have been injured after a man allegedly tried to commit suicide by crashing his car into a police convoy. It is
Italian salvage workers have pulled a further seven bodies from the wreck of the Costa Concordia. The victims include two French, three Germans and
Tributes have been paid to French actor Michel Duchaussoy who’s died at the age of 73. He first made his name in the theatre but the French
More than 40 elephants in traditional Thai attire paraded in Pattaya to mark Thailand’s annual Elephant Day. The animals took part in an ancient
Kofi Annan is awaiting a response from Syria to his proposals to end the bloodshed across the country.
After meeting the president at the weekend
Britain’s phone hacking storm has flared up again with the arrest for a second time of Rebekah Brooks, the former editor of the newspaper at the
At Cebit, Europe’s biggest electronics show held in Hanover, there were lots of new gizmos and gadgets on display. More than 4,200 companies from 70
Syria has been accused of planting landmines near its borders as thousands of refugees try to escape the conflict.
The advocacy group, Human Rights
Estate agents in France claim that despite the crisis in the eurozone, sales of luxury properties in Paris are beating all records and selling for
German investor confidence is at its highest level since the middle of 2010 according the latest monthly survey by the ZEW institute.
The chairman of Russia’s huge aluminium company Rusal has resigned.
The firm said Viktor Vekselberg stepped down because of a bitter struggle
The US Federal Reserve meets today with analysts expecting few, if any, changes in monetary policy.
It is expected that a slightly brighter
EU finance ministers meeting in Brussels have cut some slack for Spain, handing the country a new deficit target for this year.
The aim is 5.3% of
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was due to hold a press conference on Tuesday to officially announce her candidacy in next month’s presidential
The seaside town of Deauville in France has been hosting its annual Asian film festival.
For more information about the festival see
Studio Harcourt is one of the most glamorous photographic studios in the world. Their pictures of the great and the good – stars, actors, Oscar
On the 22nd of April and the 6th of May the French elect their president. Who will follow in the footsteps of Charles de Gaulle, Georges Pompidou
An Afghan government delegation has come under a gun attack as it visited the scene of the massacre of 16 civilians by a US soldiers near Kandahar