The government is backing proposals for changes to Nato’s command structure which could see big cuts in the numbers of staff and command bases.
Up to 40 Rolls-Royce engines on Airbus A380 superjumbos worldwide will need to be replaced, Australian airline Qantas says.
The first Guantanamo detainee tried in a US civilian court is found not guilty of all but one of 286 terror charges over the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Africa.
A team of international officials are due to arrive in the Irish Republic on Thursday for another round of talks on the debt crisis.
People in Cornwall whose homes were evacuated after flooding on Wednesday prepare for the clean-up after fears of more problems overnight ease.
A Metropolitan Police officer who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after the death of a woman in west London is released on bail.
The case of five former insurance executives who were sentenced to jail for a sham finite reinsurance transaction heads to an appeals court Nov. 17. U.S. vs. The five former executives, four from General Reinsurance Corp. and one from American International Group Inc., were convicted after a six-week jury trial in 2008.
A Nov. 17 Connecticut public hearing on Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield’s requested premium rate increases will proceed, despite requests by some state officials to delay the hearing. “The uncertainty resulting from delay of the…proceeding would not be beneficial” for consumers, wrote hearing officer Mark R. Franklin, of the state insurance department, in the Nov. 16 decision.
European finance ministers say they did not hold detailed discussions on a potential bail-out for the Irish Republic at a meeting in Brussels.
Heavy rain and gale-force winds cause severe disruption across Cornwall, flooding towns and closing roads.