By Parisa Hafezi Habib Mostofi is one of thousands of Iranians who believed buying property in Dubai would be safer than Iran, isolated by the West over its disputed nuclear plans. But
By Denis Dyomkin and Christian Lowe When a Russian sociologist wrote a newspaper column last month suggesting the global financial crisis could cause social unrest, the state media watchdog advised the paper
By John O’Donnell More than a decade after holocaust survivors won compensation from Swiss banks for emptying Jewish accounts that had lain dormant since the war, the pressure is on again to
Factbox Greece's two largest union federations held a nationwide general strike on Wednesday in protest at the conservative government's policies, as anger at economic hardships fuelled the worst riots in decades. Here
(Reuters) European leaders are due to plan their next moves to bring economies back from a precipice in a two-day summit from Thursday. The European Union summit in Brussels on Dec. 11
. Why does Trade and Tourism Minister Antonis Paschalides continue to listen to the people surrounding him when all else in the tourism sector is in a freefall? Is he so gullible
By Souhail Karam Saudi Arabia's newly declared $75 a barrel target price for oil aims to ensure crude export revenues can fund ambitious development plans in the kingdom. Saudi King Abdullah on
Paul Taylor The global financial crisis has been a stark reality check for the European Union, exposing divergences over economic policy and highlighting the European Commission's growing difficulty in enforcing common rules.