Europe gears up to mark decades of change

Berlin  - Europe is gearing up to mark a series of major anniversaries next year, defining moments both in terms of European as well as world history.

Besides the 70th anniversary of the start of the Second World War, which began when Hitler's troops marched into Poland on September 1, 1939, 2009 will also mark the

Damaged cables continue to disrupt internet services in Egypt

Cairo Internet services between Egypt, Europe, and Asia were disrupted Saturday for a second day after three undersea cables in the Mediterranean were damaged early Friday.

Egypt's communication ministry said 80 per cent of the country's internet network was down. The reason for the cable breaks was not immediately clear acording to French Telecom, one of the providers.

Abraxis BioScience launches ‘Abraxane’ in the European Union

Abraxis BioScience, Inc., a fully integrated, global biotechnology company, has announced the launch of Abraxane(R) Paclitaxel 5 mg/ml in the European Union.

ArcelorMittal plans to cut 9000 jobs in Europe to save $1 billion

ArcelorMittal plans to cut 9000 jobs in Europe to save $1 billionThe world's biggest steel maker, ArcelorMittal is targeting up to 9,000 voluntary redundancies as part of its plan to cut expenditure by $1 billion.

Eclipse Aviation finally gets certification from EASA for six-seat jet

Eclipse Aviation, manufacturer of the world’s first very light jet (VLJ), announced that the European Aviation Safety Agency has finally certified the six-seat Eclipse 500, for registration in 37 European countries.