Britain’s foreign and commonwealth office (FCO) issued a travel advisory to British holidaymakers to “take care on balconies in popular holiday hotspots”, after one Briton died and three more have […]
In the latest sitting of Bulgaria’s half-empty Parliament, the parties supporting the government voted to defer resolution of the issue that brought ...
The latest round of reductions in the price of mobile roaming services in the European Union will enter into force on July 1, with the largest cuts co ...
Weeks of anti-government protests in Turkey have put the country’s financial markets under pressure. Analysts warn that Turkey’s decade of ...
The banking crisis in Cyprus has been having a knock-on effect on shipping companies operating from the island, the majority of them being ship management firms. IBNA understands that there […]
European Union leaders have reached a deal on a $1.3 trillion, seven-year budget. All 27 leaders unanimously approved the deal early Friday in Brussels after overcoming British concerns about a […]
A European consortium aiming to build a natural gas pipeline from Azerbaijan to Western Europe has rejected a costlier, longer version called Nabucco in favor of the more modest Trans […]
Monsters University is having a hard time fitting in. Director Dan Scanlon’s first picture for Pixar Animation Studios simply does not know what it wants to be when it grows […]
Three of Sofia Coppola’s five films have been about teenagers. The Virgin Suicides, her début feature, was a poetic period drama about five enigmatic sisters who committed suicide; Marie Antoinette […]
Behind a widened cordon sanitaire guarded by lines of police, Bulgaria’s half-empty Parliament – pelted with vegetables by protesters – resumed activities on June 27 after its sitting the previous […]