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French first lady Carla Bruni came in for withering criticism from the right-wing daily Il Giornale on Friday for snubbing the official programme for Group of Eight spouses. "Someone tell the first lady that snobbery ... where we come from is called
The G8 summit in Italy has closed with world leaders pledging $20bn to help boost food supplies in the developing world. There were also agreements among both developed and developing nations that global temperatures must not be allowed to rise to
Global problems, Africa and the pope all figure in President Barack Obama's day. He's in Italy, where the three-day G-8 summit on climate change and the economy is wrapping up. Obama and leaders of the other industrial powers meet with African
Barack Obama, US president, insisted on Thursday there was still time for the world to agree binding commitments to cut greenhouse emissions, in spite of stalemate at the G8 summit in L’Aquila. Mr Obama takes centre stage in the Italian town on
At least 156 people were killed and hundreds injured in the violence which erupted on Sunday following a clash between two groups of Han Chinese and Uighurs on the charge that Uighurs Muslims had raped two women. State Councillor Dai Bingguo will now
The Doha round of talks and the upcoming summit in Copenhagen on climate change is awaiting some concrete political message from G-8. But the member-countries are looking increasingly powerless, while the G-5 is gaining weight. The upcoming two
The prime minister fears that the April meeting of the G20 in London did not cement the economic and regulatory reform message. He said this week’s summit in L’Aquila should be “a second wake-up call for the world economy”.
The "bitchy little princess" "confirmed his superiority complex has no limits" by "Dim, callow, irrelevant… verdict on fellow leaders," read a combination of Friday news headlines by Britain's The Guardian , The Times and Spain's ABC , respectively.
It was the eve of the G-20 summit and the Obamas were attending an evening reception hosted by the queen for the world leaders attending the London summit. As it turned out, the high point of the evening was when a smiling queen put her arm around
MPs in some of Scotland's most marginal seats are optimistic a "Brown bounce" from the G20 summit could lead to a revival in the party's fortunes before the next general election. They believe the summit â which resulted in world leaders agreeing a