Despite the average Polish salary rising by 1.6 percent compared to 2011, Poles are currently able to buy less food for their money.
HSBC is being investigated by HM Revenue and Customs after a whistleblower handed it the names, addresses and balances of every person the banking giant has helped place money in Jersey.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard slams opposition’s sexism claims in fiery speech.
Benjamin Netanyahu stubbornly ignored warnings from the White House to tone down his rhetoric on Iran, warning that Tehran would be on the brink of nuclear weapons capability in six to seven months.
Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is expected to address the conference this week. And in an effort to prove that its nuclear program is peaceful, Iran is offering special tours of some of its nuclear sites.
A state prosecutor said on Monday that four U.S. soldiers had secret roles in a militia that planned to kill President Obama and take over the Fort Stewart Army base in Georgia.
German carmaker Volkswagen has launched a fresh initiative to attract more highly skilled staff. In its constant search for engineers, it’s now focusing its recruitment campaign on crisis-stricken Spain and Portugal.
Athens – Dozens of supporters of the racist Greek party have “Golden Dawn” on Thursday attacked the police in the port city of Corinth with stones. Demonstrators protesting the placement of immigrants in a barracks in the city.
According to Ambassador Jürg Lauber government and canton Geneva are prepared this sum within three years to provide for the establishment of the Secretariat and the launch of the Climate Fund.
‘I Think She Was Really A Catalyst Within The School’ – Students Inspired By Michelle Obama’s UK Speech Get Results
US First Lady Michelle Obama has been described as an inspiration by a group of teenagers who achieved outstanding results in their GCSEs.
New York – In view of the growing tensions between Israel and Iran wants UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to speak with the leadership in Tehran. His spokesman Martin Nesirky announced Wednesday that Ban wants to use a meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement in Iran for this purpose.
Anthropologists have discovered three human fossils that are between 1.78 and 1.95 million years old. The specimens are of a face and two jawbones with teeth.