By Brian Homewood
By Joe Brock
(Reuters) – An Indian court has dismissed Reliance Communications Ltd’s (RCom) plea against an arbitration court order that barred the telecom operator from selling or transferring its assets without
PARIS (Reuters) – A 45-year-old woman filed a new rape case in France on Wednesday against Swiss academic Tariq Ramadan, the third against the Islamic studies professor, judicial sources said on
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The 2005 bombing that killed former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was a terrorist act, judges at the U.N.
DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland’s Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for an abortion referendum planned for the end of May, ruling that the unborn do not have inherent constitutional rights outside
BARCELONA (Reuters) – Formula One world champions Mercedes predicted a three-way title battle as the second pre-season test started on Tuesday with Ferrari and Red Bull showing their pace.
By Richard Lough
By Tim Hepher