European Union diplomats warned Israel's next government on Monday not to abandon the two-state solution as right-wingers continued coalition talks in Tel Aviv.
JOHANNESBURG, (IRIN) - The new US administration this week reversed the country's position on the control of mercury by calling for a legally binding treaty to limit global mercury pollution.
Hong Kong Nestlé workers took strike action at 6.30 am on Saturday morning to force the reinstatement of their suspended union president.
More than 120,000 workers surrounded the Dail, or Irish Parliament, to protest against bail-outs for wealthy bankers, soaring unemployment and the Fianna Fail government's attempts to force public-sector workers to take a pay cut.
A bomb tore through a funeral procession for a murdered Shi'ite Muslim leader in Pakistan's Punjab province on Friday, killing at least 30 people and wounding scores more.
(Xinhua) Despite the economic downturn, Internet domain name registrations posted a significant 16-percent growth last year, a new report has found.
The rightward shift in Israel’s Feb. 10 elections shows that those seeking peace “must look in new directions,” says a leader of Israel’s left-liberal Meretz party.
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Japanese carmaker Toyota announced on Wednesday that it plans to suspend domestic output in April, a day after US corporation General Motors revealed that it is to slash 47,000 jobs worldwide.
DRESDEN — A large-scale anti-fascist action Feb. 13 ended with brutal violence here.