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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has resigned after talks to agree a new austerity package failed over the weekend.
The coalition collapsed after
France’s second round of voting on May 6 could be seriously compromised, the authorities warn, if results are announced too early from polling
Against the backdrop of the National Stadium in Warsaw the Euro2012 ticket design was officially unveiled on Monday.
Most of the tickets for the
Iran’s oil industry has been hit by a suspected cyber attack, with viruses detected at the Kharg island refinery, and the national oil ministry and
Pirates who took an Italian chemical tanker, the Enrico Ievoli off the coast of Oman late last year have released the vessel.
All its crew has been
A court has found former Icelandic prime minister Geir Haarde innocent of three major charges of negligence for his role in the financial collapse in
The first round of France’s Presidential election has been watched well beyond the country’s borders. Numerous European broad sheets led with the
Politics pushed Europe’s stock exchanges deep into the red on Monday and the effect splashed over onto financial markets world wide also pulling down
National Front leader Marine Le Pen on Monday warned French President Nicolas Sarkozy not to count on her supporters backing him in the second
$11.8 billion is the price Nestle is going to pay for US firm Pfizer’s infant nutrition business . That is about two billion more than the maximum
It was raining hard in Quimper today but the French Socialist’s presidential candidate, flush with his first round victory, François Hollande was out
Syrian forces have shelled the central city of Hama killing close to 30 and leaving scores injured according to activists.
Hama is a crucible of
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has challenged his Socialist rival Francois Hollande to a series of televised debates ahead of the second round of
The inquest into the “highly controversial death” of MI6 operative Gareth Williams has opened in London.
The naked, decomposing body of the
As the Beijing Auto Show opened this week, the world’s car makers were gearing up for tougher times in China.
The market there is massive – the
Marine Le Pen has accomplished her mission not only to lead France’s Front National or National Front but to wave what detractors call its extremist
The Avengers is tipped as one of the summer’s biggest box office draws. When villain Loki threatens the world, Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) of
Artist Anthony McCall is showing what is his largest museum exhibition to date; his ‘solid light’ series in Berlin.
McCall, who was born in Britain
Egypt’s announcement that it has stopped supplying gas to Israel has been hailed by many Egyptians and the country’s media.
Cairo has blamed unpaid
Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy has boycotted the opening of the new Myanmar parliament in a dispute over the wording of the
George Zimmerman, the former neighbourhood watch volunteer accused of killing an unarmed Florida teenager, has been freed on bail.
Spain’s central bank has said it believes the country’s economy contracted by 0.4 percent in the first quarter of this year compared to the previous
Europe’s stock exchanges headed deep into the red on Monday with investors reacting to political worries.
They sold off shares – to buy things
Swiss group Nestle is to buy US drugmaker Pfizer’s baby food business.
The world’s biggest food company will have to pay more than it had expected
French President Nicolas Sarkozy will go up against Francois Hollande in a televised debate on May 2nd.
Observers of French politics see the debate
Tightrope walker Dean Potter conquered the Enshi Grand Canyon in central China’s Hubei province, balancing precariously 1,800m (1968 yards) above sea
Bahraini opposition activist Dr Hala Shehabi has been arrested just days after criticising the
government’s decision to go-ahead with last weekend’s
A 30-year-old woman died during the London marathon on Sunday less than a mile short of the finish line.
She was attended to by medics and taken
Supporters of France’s National Front look set to be the kingmakers in deciding who becomes the country’s next leader.
The far-right party picked