Chess Review call over soldier deaths

A "top level government review" into battlefield procedures is needed, a coroner said at the inquest of three soldiers killed by "friendly fire".Pte Aaron McClure, from Suffolk, Pte Robert Foster and Pte John Thrumble, both from Essex, died in A

Chess Unite ask crew to reject BA offer

The union representing British Airways cabin crew has said it will "strongly recommend" that its members reject the latest offer from the airline.Talks between the two parties failed to reach agreement, so the Unite union will now ballot members on the of

Chess Lawmakers propose boost to clean energy exports

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday proposed legislation to promote U.S. exports of clean energy technology, which they said are badly lagging behind those of China and Europe. Source

Chess S&P Slashes Greece, Portugal Ratings

The Standard & Poor (S&P) rating agency drastically lowered Tuesday its sovereign-issuer credit ratings on Portugal and Greece, triggering a stock market tumble and a melt of the EUR. S&P cut Greece sovereign credit rating to junk status, and said it w

Chess Bulgaria to Miss Shanghai 2010 Expo, Expenses Too Big

Bulgaria may not participate in this year's world Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China because the state is unable to cover the expenses. Bulgaria's Ministry of the Economy, Energy and Tourism has already allocated BGN 1,3 M to the Plovdiv International Fair Association w

Chess 1 Bulgarian Training Site Complies with NATO Requirements

The training ground in Bulgaria's Graf Ignatievo is the only site for the joint use of Bulgarian and US army with 100% compliance with NATO requirements. The information was reported Tuesday during the paratroopers' exercises at the Krumovo airport, part of the jo

Chess Fixing finance: Too big to fail

A setback for Chris Dodd and other Democrats in America’s Senate is only that“HERE we are 17 months after someone broke into our house, in effect, and robbed us, and we still haven’t even changed the locks on the doors,” says Chris Dodd (pic

Chess Brussels Pushes Bulgaria to Speed up EU Funds Absorption

The former EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, Danuta Hubner, asked Bulgaria's EU Funds Minister, Tomislav Donchev, to accelerate as much as possible the funds absorption in the country. The two met in Brussels Tuesday during Donchev's first official visit. The

Chess CFTC gets oversight of 7 more energy contracts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. futures regulator, extending its reach over contracts traded off regulated exchanges, ruled on Tuesday to extend oversight to seven energy contracts because of the important role they play in setting the price for a commodity.

Chess Ex Bulgaria Secret Agents in National Protection Service

Bulgaria's Files Commission has released Tuesday the names of 73 high-ranking National Protection Service officials who have been collaborators of the former communist secret police. The Files Commission is an independent state institution which is in charge of ex

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