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Chris Burns: “The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Commissioner, Thomas Hammarberg, wraps up his six year term at the end of this month and he’s
As the clock counts down to the London Olympics, the tourism industry is looking forward to a bumper summer. It is the world’s greatest sporting
Dupont-Aignan was formerly a member of Sarkozy’s UMP but quit in 2007 to enter the race for the presidency. However he failed to obtain the 500
Although this is her first stand in a presidential election Arthaud is no stranger to middle-level politics, having been on ballot papaers in local
Coach crash investigators have revealed the latest findings from their inquiries.
In a joint news conference headed by the Belgium Prime Minister
Staff broke the terrible news to pupils at St Lambertus school in Heverlee at morning assembly. A short time later, parents who would have been
It is one of the deadliest road accidents Europe has ever seen – and most of the victims are children. A coach crash in a Swiss motorway tunnel has
“As toxic and destructive as I have ever seen it”. That is the situation at Goldman Sachs bank, according to a London-based equity derivatives
The centre of Paris is not the best place to buy petrol, as hypermarkets are far away in the suburbs and a lack of competition means some filling
A new irrigation system – Waterbee – is set to reduce costs and save water.
John O’Flaherty, the project coordinator for Waterbee, explained
A dispute over rare metals which has been building for years has come to a head: China has been challenged for restricting its exports. It provides
David and Samantha Cameron have been given a warm welcome at the White House as the UK and the US celebrate their ‘special relationship.’
Degas and the Nude is a new exhibition at the Musee D’Orsay in Paris. The works on display span half a century although they are perhaps less well
The Hunger Games is the latest book adaption to be filmed for the lucrative young teens market and seems all set to break records at the box office
The Stekske primary school in Lommel, close to the Dutch border, lies further north than St. Lambertus in Heverlee. Now they share the bitter grief
After forcing a rebel retreat from the city of Homs, Syrian government troops appear to have intensified their assault in other parts of the
Cash-rich Qatar has become the third investor in French oil company Total after a Belgian investment group and Total’s employees. Groupe Bruxelles
Britain’s official unemployment rate remains at a 13-year high, at 8.4% for the three months to January, but the worse news is that youth
The latest annual round of bank stress tests in America has thrown up a surprise casualty, with Citigroup, the country’s third largest, failing along
MIDO, the International Optics, Optometry and Ophthalmology Exhibition, is the leading global eyewear trade show held in Milan. This year it
Many parents are taking their children out of the formal school system in favour of a freer way of learning.
It is not home schooling, where the
Members of the European Parliament were united in grief when they stood silent in tribute to those killed in the Swiss coach crash.
In a brief but
A hospital in the Swiss town of Sierre is one of six that treated victims of Tuesday’s coach crash.
Twenty-eight people, including 22 children from
Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga Dyilo has been found guilty of war crimes at the International Criminal Court. It is the Hague tribunal’s first
Belgium was in shock this morning after the crash that caused the death of 28 people, including 22 children.
State French-speaking TV dedicates a
China is in a leadership transition. The recent gatherings of the National People’s Congress and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
The upcoming French presidential election, at the end of April and the start of May, is no different to past votes. It is keenly followed by the
At least four people have been killed in a bomb attack on the presidential residence in the Somali capital Mogadhishu.
Al Shabaab, a group linked
Rescue teams deployed to the scene of a deadly coach crash in the Swiss canton of Valais have described how the front third of the vehicle had been
China’s leadership says it will introduce economic reforms and allow its currency to float to bolster growth.
It came at the country’s annual