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N-capable Agni-5 missile launched


New Delhi: India today launched the nuclear-capable Agni-V missile from the Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast.The launch took place at 8.43 am.The intercontinental ballistic missile, developed by t

Fiat to close Italy factory if Europe market slump continues


Auto giant Fiat will be forced to close down one of its factories in Italy if the European car market continues to slump, unless sales to the Unites States can be increased, the company's head said We

Plane crashed near Ukrainian capital

Emergency officials say a small plane carrying parachute jumpers crashed on landing during a severe storm near the Ukrainian capital, killing five and injuring 13 people on board.

The accident took

Biggest Greek bank warns of dire euro exit fallout


If Greece left the euro, living standards would plummet, incomes would be slashed by more than half, and inflation and unemployment would skyrocket, the National Bank of Greece warned on Tuesday.


Europe's economic woes dominate G8 gathering

U.S. President Barack Obama will press European leaders to ease up on fiscal austerity and focus on economic growth at a summit on Saturday that will discuss ways to stem turmoil in the euro zone and

US vows to go ahead with missile shield


The US and NATO will proceed with its European missile defence programme despite Russia's concerns while continuing to seek Moscow's cooperation on the issue.

It was stated by US Assistant Secretary

Al Qaeda's Europe attack plans found hidden in porn movie

Hundreds of internal Al Qaeda documents embedded inside a pornographic movie on a memory disk have revealed plots of carrying out attacks in Europe similar to the November 2008 Mumbai attacks.


Japan pledges $60.0 bn to IMF for Europe firewall


Japan said on Tuesday it would give the International Monetary Fund $60.0 billion as part of the organisation's bid to boost a global firewall against Europe's debt crisis.

The decision comes several

Pilot becomes ill during flight, dies on landing

The captain of a Czech airliner flying from Warsaw became ill and died upon landing at an international airport in Prague, CTK news agency reported on Wednesday.

The second co-pilot landed the airpla

Europe's Danube freezes over, cold snap toll at 460


Thick ice closed vast swathes of the Danube on Thursday, crippling shipping on Europe's busiest waterway, as the death toll from bitter cold across the continent rose to at least 460.

As it has every

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