Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Britain's annual inflation rate slowed sharply to zero in February for the first time, pulled down by falling prices for recreational goods, food, furniture and oil, official data showed Tuesday.
The world's first academy to train local aid workers and volunteers as first responders to disasters that occur in their own countries was launched in London on Monday.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
A German airliner crashed near a ski resort in the French Alps on Tuesday with all 148 people on board pronounced dead, in one of the worst ever plane disasters in the country.2 Comments
France's right celebrated on Monday after a conservative alliance and the far-right National Front took top spots in weekend local polls, dealing President Francois Hollande and his Socialists a new blow ahead of the 2017 presidential election.
The leaders of Greece and Germany meet Monday aiming to calm the bitter acrimony raging since a radical-left government took power in Athens vowing to halt an austerity drive spearheaded by Berlin.
Albino Gomes looks despairingly at his two-hectare lettuce farm north of Lisbon and wonders where he is going to find money for fertilizers this year.
Monday, March 23, 2015
A third attacker in the massacre of tourists in Tunisia's national museum is on the run, President Beji Caid Essebsi said on Sunday, vowing to track him down.
France's National Front, one of the most powerful populist far right parties in Europe, eyed significant gains against President Francois Hollande's ruling Socialist Party in regional elections on Sunday.
Dug out of a municipal car park five centuries after his battlefield death, England's Richard III began his final journey Sunday before finally receiving a burial fit for a king this week.