Flights have been disrupted across northern Europe by volcanic ash drifting south and east from Iceland.The ash, which can damage aeroplane engines, was limiting air traffic in countries including the UK, Norway, Sweden and Finland, officials said. It was produced
The ten suspects, who were arrested early on Thursday in the latest police raid against organized crime, code-named "The Untouchable", are believed to have been linked to energy tycoon Hristo Kovachki, who is investigated on tax evasion charges.
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Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed a BGN 150 000 fine of the country's second largest mobile operator Globul.
Globul had taken to court the decision of the Competition Protection Commission from December 2008 to fine it over the promotional "100
The British Chiropractic Association has dropped its libel action against the science writer Simon Singh.Dr Singh was being sued by the organisation because of comments he had made about the effectiveness of chiropractic in the Guardian in 2008. The case itself had
The Green Party of England and Wales are launching their manifesto with plans to create a million new jobs and help for pensioners and low earners.Caroline Lucas, the party's leader, is unveiling the programme in Brighton, where she is standing as a candidate. Key
The car of Bulgaria's Defense Minister drove at a red light and a very high speed which caused last night's accident, witnesses say.
Talking to reporters the driver of the hit jeep and witnesses of the car crash claimed that the Minister's car was driving at a spe
Thousands of South African fans queued overnight at supermarkets and shopping malls on Thursday for a chance to buy the 500,000 unsold World Cup tickets.Fifa agreed on Wednesday to drop a ruling that sales could only be made online or through a ballot procedure. Th