Italy is the latest European country to approve austerity measures.
The lower house of parliament has voted through 25 billion euros worth of cuts
Germany’s cabinet has agreed an 80 billion euro austerity plan intended to slash the country’s budget deficit over the next four years.
It was a
There has been temporary relief for Spain’s governing Socialists as parliament approved their 15 billion euro austerity package.
But it was the
The European Commission has unveiled plans to tax banks to make them pay now for future crises.
Michel Barnier, the European Union commissioner in
The Greek crisis, euro crisis, Europe crisis… apart from a 750 billion euro backup plan, how can the European economy be put on a sound footing
The Germans have got their retaliation in first, perhaps miffed at being bulldozed into supporting Greece and the euro, by unilaterally banning naked
The first of the EU’s rescue money has arrived in Greece, a 14.5 billion euro slice of a loan worth 110 billion over the next three years.
The Golden Minbar, one of the largest Muslim film festivals in the world, is held here in Kazan – the capital of the Russian Republic of Tartarstan
If it flies without an engine you’ll find it at the 36th edition of the Icarus Cup
The only free-flying festival of its kind in the world took
Tatarstan, a crossroads of civilizations, religions, nations and cultures, lies on a geographical cornerstone between Europe and Asia.
South Korea has launched a major campaign to promote its ancient culture and traditions internationally.
We asked one of the top executives of the
Known as “The Land of Morning Calm”, South Korea is a country in which tradition and modernity come face to face.
The capital, Seoul, with its 11
Puchon is a dormitory town south of Seoul, which has now been swallowed up by the city. It owes its fortunes to media industries such as animation
Taekwondo is the Martial art of South Korea.
Translated, the three characters in the word Taekwondo mean: Foot—Fist and Path the way you use your
Kazan is the capital of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, located about 800 kms east of Moscow. In Kazan although the majority of the population
Yalta on the Crimean peninsula is home to Ukraine’s oldest and most famous wine-making regions. Deep inside the Massandra winery, around a million