G8 nations meeting in Italy agreed that it is too soon to unwind economic growth packages as the global outlook is still unclear. "Significant risks still remain to economic and financial stability," according to a draft document.
Irish voters will be asked for a second time to cast their ballot in a referendum to ratify their country's acceptance - or otherwise - of the the Lisbon Treaty, which was widely rejected in a first vote in June of last year.
G8 world leaders are meeting in the Italian city of L’Aquila, the epicentre of a powerful and deadly earthquake three months ago, to discuss the teetering global financial system, climate change and unrest in Iran.
Leaders from the Group of Eight (G8) nations are meeting in the quake-hit Italian city of L’Aquila Wednesday for a three-day summit that is expected to focus on global economic recovery, climate change and Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Four years to the day after suicide bombings in London, Prince Charles unveiled on Tuesday, in the presence of victims' families and Prime Minister Gordon Brown, a memorial in homage to the 52 victims of the attacks.
US President Barack Obama has praised Vladimir Putin's "extraordinary work" as Russia's president and prime minister, while Putin said Russia was pinning its hopes on Obama to revive ties between the two countries.
Jadranka Kosor became the first woman prime minister in Croatia's history Monday, following Ivo Sanader’s abrupt resignation last week. Kosor has vowed to tackle the economic crisis and revive the stalled EU accession talks.
FRANCE 24 met the outgoing president of the European Parliament, Hans-Gert Pöttering, who is being kept busy until his last days in office. As his term comes to an end, he shares some thoughts with us on his role.