If Silvio Berlusconi had a stage name he might well use Harry Houdini for his remarkable ability to escape justice.
But on Tuesday he faces his
Flying machines are becoming smarter and more affordable: they are able to navigate in 3D and handle easy tasks by themselves.
Will these drones
Are the Greek reforms working? Can they lift the country out of its sixth year of recession? Will anyone invest in a country still in crisis
Following record numbers of non-emergency related callouts between 2012 and 2013, the London Fire Brigade has started using their Twitter account to
Several of Italy’s top politicians have spoken out in support of Italy’s Integration Minister, Cécile Kyenge, who has been the victim of a series of
Legoland Windsor’s latest display celebrates the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son, George.
The Legoland model maker team have added
A 237-metre power station chimney is no longer Scotland’s tallest freestanding structure after being reduced to rubble.
The chimney at Inverkip
Bulgaria’s prime minister pledged on Friday to stay in power despite daily street protests demanding his resignation, but said his government’s lack
The nose. It belongs to Karine Vinchon-Spehner, one of the great French perfume creators, a real artist in the fragile world of fragrances. Her
For this edition of Business Planet we are in Luxembourg. Here and in other “small” countries, it is essential to think internationally from the
The train disaster in Spain comes two decades after it completed its first high-speed railway linking Madrid in the centre with Seville in the south
Romania is taking action to put an end to the confusion between its capital city and Budapest, the capital of Hungary.
The two capital cities have
Discontent has different names: occupy, indignados, Arab spring, Brazilian summer. The common thread is a crisis of confidence in which voters are
On the 40th day of anti-government rallies in Sofia, the Parliament sent yet another signal of intransigence to the thousands of people occupying
Athletes are breaking world records in the The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics World Championships which, this year, are held in
Dolphins can identify with and respond to each other using a unique whistle, according to research published in the Proceedings of the National
Police clashed with anti-gay protesters in Montenegro on Wednesday as they tried to disrupt the first gay pride parade to be held in the staunchly
Former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden was on Wednesday granted documents that will allow him to leave a Moscow airport where he is holed
Europe’s grassland butterfly population has dropped dramatically over the past 20 years, according to the European Environment Agency.
Off the northern coast of Crete, marine biologists from the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research are diving for new specimens.
Scraping algae off
Greece’s Spyridon Gianniotis made up for missing a medal at the 2012 Olympics when sheer willpower carried him to the line to win the men’s 10-km
On Saturday evening a huge fire burned the popular concert hall „Festsaal Kreuzberg“ down. Public authorities are now investigating the cause of the
The United Arab Emirates has pardoned a Norwegian woman who was sentenced to jail for illicit sex after she reported being raped by a colleague while
After 20 years as King of the Belgians, Albert II abdicates on Sunday, allowing his eldest son, Philip, to take the throne.
And Philip’s succession
Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova is to step down due to ill health, Spanish media reported on Friday, without identifying the source of their
A 360-degree virtual tour of the Eiffel Tower in Paris is now available from Google’s Street View.
Web visitors can take a tour as well as watch