"Water restrictions are likely to continue into the new year for hundreds of thousands of householders on both sides of the Border as local authorities struggle to maintain supplies," the Irish Times writes.As the BBC reports, the problem is particularly acute in Northern Ireland, where m
"Denmark's intelligence service on Wednesday arrested four people suspected of planning an 'imminent'' terror attack against a newspaper that printed the controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoons," the Associated Press writes.The BBC says "a pistol fitted with a silencer was found on the group held in
Last month, France was paralyzed by strikes as angry workers took to the streets to protest a law that would raise the country’s retirement age to 62.France’s retirement reform is just the latest successful push by a European government to cut back on government spending.
A decade after wars redesigned the political map of the Balkans, there is mounting concern over the growing influence of radical Islam in the region.From Bosnia to Kosovo, large amounts of money have poured in from Saudi Arabia, Persian Gulf states and missionaries of Wahhabi Islam, targeting young
Ten years ago this month, peoples' power ousted Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic.Expectations were very high. But now, disappointment is widespread. Many Milosevic cronies are still in power, the economy is in shambles and a new young generation grew up in isolation.On Oct.
Two days before Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Belgrade, the city erupted in a wave of violence.Thousands of hooligans tried to break up a gay pride march Sunday, clashing with anti-riot police.