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At a Wedding March on Washington pro and anti-gay marriage protestors faced off outside the US Supreme Court.
It marked day one of a hearing on
Turkey and Israel are talking again following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s telephone apology last week in the wake of President Barack Obama’s
Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem is under fire from fellow EU officials over comments he made about the Cyprus bailout deal.
The Dutch Finance
The former head of Iceland’s biggest bank, Kaupthing, will be charged next month for his role in its collapse in 2008.
Heidar Mar Sigurdsson has
American Amanda Knox is facing calls from the Italian justice system to be tried again for murder – her and Italian former boyfriend Raffaele
Air France-KLM is trying to take on the low-costs with a new airline.
Hop! has been created through the merger of its regional units Brit Air
The number of people out of work in France rose for the 22nd month in a row in February and the total jumped by 10.8 percent from the same month last
People working for the largest bank in Cyprus massed at the Nicosia headquarters in support of the bank’s chairman, who has resigned in the wake of
In an unconventional Wedding March, protesters for and against gay marriage have been making their voices heard outside a historic hearing at the
US central bank head Ben Bernanke has been defending its aggressive stimulus measures.
To try to keep long-term borrowing costs low, the Federal
Our latest Hi Tech programme is all about phishing. Phishing is an attempt to gain sensitive information – passwords or bank details – by
North Korea has delivered a threat which is being taken more seriously than the usual anti-US rhetoric. The North has said all field artillery
Controversy over the decision to send two Italian marines to stand trial in India has grown after Italy’s Foreign Minister resigned in
Big Data is one of the new buzzwords being branded around in Brussels as a potential source of breakthroughs in new business and entrepreneurship
Bosco Ntaganda, a Rwandan-born warlord nick-named “the Terminator”, said he is innocent of the charges brought against him at the International
Two tourists abducted by Bedouin gunmen last week have been freed.. Authorities been been negotiating with the kidnappers for their release.
All eyes were on opposition leader Ahmed Moaz al-Khatib as he took up Syria’s vacant seat at the Arab League for the first time.
Kingfisher, Europe’s largest home improvements retailer, suffered an eleven and a half percent fall in annual profit and said it expects market
A 17-year-old has become the internet’s latest millionaire.
Nick D’Aloisio has sold Summly, his app that edits internet news items to make them
Agreeing to a ten-billion euro bailout means that people with more than 100,000 euros in a Cypriot bank account will have some of it taken away. The
Indian designer Arjun Khanna’s retro-industrial summer/resort collection at Lakmé Fashion Week was influenced by the bicycle style and messenger boys
The G.I. Joes are back in the cinema, in GI Joe Retaliation, starring Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson.
It is an action packed adventure that sees
Answering a call put out on social networking site Facebook, thousands of young people in Cyprus took to the streets to protest against the bailout
On a day like today, thirty years ago, Michael Jackson roused the Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, USA, launching a new dance move. This move, now known
Andreas Artemis, the 59-year-old chairman of the Management Board of the Bank of Cyprus, has submitted his resignation.
Local media reported that
Livestock farmers fear that thousands of animals have been killed in heavy snowfalls in Wales and Scotland. Many animals were stuck inside huge snow
With banks in Cyprus closed until March 28 and restrictions in place on how much money can be transferred or withdrawn from accounts, the mood in
There was a sombre atmosphere at Greece’s annual Independence Day parade on March 25 due to worries about the consequences of the banking crisis in
Italy’s highest court has ordered a retrial for American student Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito over the murder of Meredith