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Yuri Lutsenko Ukraine’s former interior minister has had his appeal against a prison sentence rejected.
Like his once close ally the jailed
There was an angry welcome in Egypt for a team from the International Monetary Fund, there to resume talks on vitally needed emergency funding in the
The North Korean army said Thursday it had final approval to launch “merciless” military strikes on the United States, involving the possible use of
The Cahuzac affair first saw the light of day at Mediapart, an online newspaper.
At the beginning of December it published the transcript of a four
A month’s worth of rain in a day has led to deadly flash floods in and around the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.
More than 30 people have been
North Korea has closed access to a joint factory zone with South Korea jeopardising a crucial source of commerce and investment.
The French cabinet has gone into damage limitation mode, reeling from the confessions of the former budget minister who lied about secret offshore
A budget minister entrusted with rebalancing France’s books in a time of great economic difficulty is guilty of tax fraud, setting off political
A Samoan airline that charges passengers by their weight and not by seat has defended this as the fairest method.
Samoa Air began this policy in
Serbia’s government is left facing difficult decisions after the collapse of talks with neighbouring Kosovo.
The country does not recognise
Inflation in the eurozone was down for the third month running in March.
The first assessment by the EU’s statistics agency, Eurostat, was that
10 days, 17,000 feet and 70 miles later, 15-year-old Eli Reimer made history. The Oregon teen was the first teen person with Down syndrome to reach
Czech President Milos Zeman and European Commission President Jose Barroso jointly raised an EU flag at Prague Castle, which is the seat of the Czech
More than 50 people have killed in Western Afghanistan in one of the deadliest attacks by insurgents for more than a year.
Militants disguised as
The breakdown of talks in Brussels over northern Kosovo has highlighted a growing sense of urgency in Belgrade, with headlines warning time is
One of Hollywood’s biggest stars has made his debut on Broadway. Tom Hanks trod the boards of the Broadhurst theatre, not doing things by halves as
The Kaesong Industrial Complex, which opened at the end of 2004, was largely financed by the South with the idea of increasing economic co-operation
Over 1.3 billion euros in cash and property has been seized by Italian police from one person.
It was taken from Vito Nicastri, a Sicilian
An unexploded world war II bomb was found near Berlin’s main railway station, causing long delays on main railway lines and the closure of nearby
On the 80th anniversary of the first manned flight over Everest by British pilot Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, his grandson Charles repeated the
A team from the International Monetary Fund will spend at least a week and maybe more in Egypt for difficult talks on a 3.7 billion euro loan
The King of Spain’s daughter has been summoned to appear in court over her alleged involvement in corruption for which her husband is standing
Growth in China’s services sectors rose in March thanks to a construction boom and firmer demand from improving economic conditions; that includes
Vodafone’s shares fell on Wednesday after Verizon Communications ruled out a full takeover of the British based firm.
The US telecommunications
The French cabinet met in Paris, still reeling from confessions of the former budget minister that he had lied about secret offshore bank accounts he
Typing text messages on a mobile phone via the tiny soft keyboard is very cumbersome. How about simply writing your words in the air?
Six hundred residents of Barba in Badajoz, were evacuated after the level of River Guadiana rose sharply. Over a dozen people were rescued
Since her husband lost his job running France Carla Bruni has been the high-profile one in her power couple, and while Nicolas Sarkozy licks his
Harris Georgiades has been appointed as the new finance minister of Cyprus.
He has replaced Michael Sarris who resigned on April 2 as a formal