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There have been violent clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters in the Georgian capital, Tblisi.
Several hundred opposition
A French judge has launched a probe into three sitting African presidents accused of using public funds to buy homes and cars in France.
With Russia’s relations with the West strained once again on several fronts, these are challenging times for Sergei Lavrov. The Russian Foreign
France’s biggest bank, BNP Paribas, has posted first-quarter profits well ahead of analysts’ forecasts.
That was thanks to higher earnings at its
The Czech senate has put the bounce back in the Lisbon Treaty. The members of the upper house of parliament in Prague voted 54-20 in favour of
There is rising tension between Russia and NATO.
The alliance has begun military exercises in the former Soviet state of Georgia, a move that
French prison wardens are threatening to extend their protests over poor working conditions and overcrowded jails.
For the third consecutive day
New York’s “Yeah Yeah Yeahs” are on a European tour and have just taken their new album “It’s Blitz” to Germany with a performance in Cologne.
As NATO launches military exercises in the former Soviet state of Georgia, it is reported Moscow has expelled two Canadian NATO diplomats.
The upper house of the Czech parliament has begun debate on whether to ratify the European Union’s Lisbon reform treaty.
Senior members of the
Israel’s new and controversial Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has continued his European tour with a visit to France.
Lieberman has said he
Croatia has accepted an EU proposal to use international arbitration to settle a border dispute with Slovenia.
But Ljubljana says it is unhappy
Georgia’s government has accused Russia of trying to foment a coup on the eve of NATO war games after quashing a mutiny at a military base.
As the outbreak of the H1N1 flu virus appears to be easing in Mexico, health officials say the question now is how far has it spread and how serious
The number of people out of work in Spain rose to a record four million in the first three months of the year.
The jobless rate hit 17.4 percent
The Georgian army claims it has quashed a Russian-backed mutiny within its ranks.
Georgian officials say Moscow was trying to foment trouble ahead
The Basque parliament has sworn in a Socialist to lead the region’s first non-nationalist government in the Chamber’s history.
The Turkish government has lashed out at the perpetrators of a mass murder at a wedding, saying there could be no justification whatsoever for the
As part of this year’s 20th anniversary celebrations of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the German Chancellor has visited the main detention centre of
As the Berlin wall went up East Germany’s own version of the Ministry of Fear came into being.
The Stasi secret police, set up under the tutelege
Relations between NATO and Moscow continue to be strained at the highest level with Russia’s Foreign Minister now saying he will not attend a joint
Joseph Le Mer has invented a new kind of greener, money-saving heating system which recently won the “Small and Medium Enterprises and Research”
This year, out of more than 800 cartoons from 72 countries entered for the 5th “World Press Cartoon” competition, the Grand Prix was won by Mexican
A socialist-led government is to be sworn in today in the Basque parliament, ending three decades of nationalist domination.
The Georgian army says it has quashed a mutiny that it blames on Russia.
Dozens of tanks and military personnel carriers were sent to a military
A hospital in south east Turkey is continuing to care for the survivors of one of the country’s worst civilian attacks in recent times.
The workers at Europe’s most famous shipyard are sending out a last SOS. Gdansk – Solidarity’s cradle, star of the fight for democracy, is fading