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French economist Jean Tirole has won the 2014 Nobel Prize in economics for his work on market power and regulation.
The Nobel jury described him as
The Ukrainian president has nominated Stepan Poltorak, the head of Ukraine’s National Guard, as his new defence minister.
The previous minister
Russia has signed a series of deals with China to help weather Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
They are seen as evidence of Moscow’s
There could be more cases of Ebola emerging in the United States, officials have warned, after a nurse caring for a patient who died from the disease
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a warm welcome to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Monday, on the first day of Ban’s two-day
French economist Jean Tirole has been awarded the Nobel Prize in economics.
The 61-year-old won it for his work on market power and regulation. One
The Spanish city of Zaragoza has celebrated its annual festival the “Fiestas del Pilar”.
The “Offering of Flowers” was the biggest event of the
Global oil prices have fallen again. The decline comes amid worries about slow growth and reports key producers want to maintain output
It was debut day for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on the New York Stock Exchange.
The move is aimed at shifting the car maker’s centre of gravity away
Turkish officials said on Monday afternoon that no agreement had been reached on coalition forces using their airbases for strikes against
It’s the row that driving a wedge between Paris and Berlin.
France says it will miss EU spending targets this year, upsetting Germany, which
Welcome to ‘The Corner’ our weekly foray into the wonderful world of football.
The domestic leagues took a break and the national sides slipped
Starting in 2015 Italy will allow cannabis to be used for medical purposes, and testing is underway in a top secret lab not far from Venice in
A Europe-wide police operation has been launched in an effort to detect, detain and potentially deport tens of thousands of so-called “irregular”
Kurds in Turkey have literally been standing spectators, overlooking the Islamic State movement assault on the city of Kobani just across the border
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have clashed with counter-demonstrators and police, both intent on removing road blocks that have brought parts
Typhoon Vongfong has been downgraded to a tropical storm after causing extensive damage and disruption across Japan.
Hundreds of flights were
Twelve people have been sentenced to death in China and other heavy sentences handed down after ethnic violence in July which left 100 people
Health workers in England and Northern Ireland have taken part in the first strike over pay since the Thatcher era.
They included nurses, midwives
Israeli security forces on Monday dispersed a crowd of Palestinians who wished to enter the al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem’s Old City. Witnesses said
Legacy is the theme of this 43rd edition of Moda Lisboa. This season’s fashion week draws on the idea that evolving style and innovative design does
Mexican mariachis set the tone at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘The Book of Life’ – the latest film by award-winning producer Guillermo Del Toro.
It was a rainy world premiere for Tom Green’s ‘Monsters: Dark Continent’ at the London Film Festival.
The sequel to Gareth Edwards’ 2010 film
Nationalists from Bosnia’s three main ethnic groups will take power in the country’s three-way presidency and look set to take control of other
The UK government has put its 40 percent stake in the cross-Channel train operator Eurostar up for sale.
Chancellor George Osborne said he was
Statoil exited Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz gas project on Monday. The Norwegian company has sold a 15.5 percent stake to Malaysia’s Petronas for 2.25
Official data has shown China’s exports and imports for the month of September far higher than expected.
Exports were 15.3 percent higher than last
Police and Palestinian demonstrators have again clashed in Jerusalem following morning prayers at al-Aqsa mosque.
Police were attacked with rocks
To its critics, becoming a member of the European Parliament is seen as a nice little earner.
Now one NGO says it has lifted the lid on how much
For nearly 20 years, a factory near Sao Paolo in Brazil has been producing synthetic bones for medical study and research.
Emulating human or