Friday, August 31
Around 2,600 foreign students could be deported from Britain after London Metropolitan University was revoked of its ability to sponsor visas for pupils beyond the European Union.
Wednesday, June 13
After a Sunday lunch in a pub, British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, accidentally left their daughter, 8-year-old Nancy, behind, Downing Street confirmed Monday.
Friday, February 03
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics said on Thursday a German court rejected Apple’s bid to ban sales of its tablet computers and new smartphones, the latest chapter in a global legal battle between the rivals.
Friday, December 23
Bad year gift for those wishing to undertake journeys to Europe in early 2012. Indeed, the flight to European destinations cost more from a st January 2012 due to the imposition of the new carbon tax in the airspace of the Old Continent.
Monday, April 11
Le ministre des Finances et du Développement économique rencontre, ce lundi, le Commissaire au Développement, Andris Piebalgs et Karel De Gutch, Commissaire au Commerce, à Bruxelles
Monday, March 07
A record number of Estonians cast Internet ballots in the Baltic state's general election, still the only parliamentary poll in the world with an online option
Saturday, March 05
The communiqué was signed by Permanent Representative of Republic of Mauritius to the UN H.E. Mr. Milan J.N. Meetarbhan and by H.E. Alexander Lomaia, Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN.
Monday, February 21
The bank AfrAsia was voted best bank in "Private Banking Services by the Euromoney Private Banking Survey 2011
Saturday, February 19
MTPA took a part in the trade and consumer travel show started on Thursday in Milan
Tuesday, February 15
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to set up a permanent bail-out fund for the region of 500bn euros (£420bn; $673.2bn)