The leader of Greece's third most popular political party was led away in handcuffs yesterday, as counterterror police launched a series of raids against the hierarchy of an extreme-right group whose popularity has been fuelled by the financial crisis.
This move has little to recommend it, and lots that could go wrong
Plan aims to broaden the abysmally low tax base and root out corruption in public spending
Public Security Ministry announcement says GSK executives paid off healthcare staff to persuade them to prescribe drugs
Two former UBS traders have been charged by United States prosecutors in connection with efforts to manipulate Libor interest rates.
No further action will be taken against a disgraced peer following a second investigation into expenses fraud.
This debut from David Cronenberg's son Brandon is a biological nightmare so gruesome and told with such unflinching scrutiny that even viewers of the strongest constitutions may find themselves a little nauseous.
More than 200,000 Syrians have fled the city of Aleppo amid intense clashes between regime forces bombarding rebels who have seized large swathes of the city.
As yet another museum is raided, Charlie Cooper investigates a black market boom for Chinese art
The US soldier accused of murdering 16 Afghan civilians in this month's unprovoked shooting spree was $1.5 million (£950,000), in debt and in danger of losing his home, according to reports yesterday.
The FBI has enlisted an unlikely ally in its fight against insider trading and securities fraud: Gordon Gekko, the villainous executive from 1987 movie Wall Street, who told an audience of potential investors: "Greed, for want of a better word, is good."
Santander has been fined £1.5 million for failing to make clear to customers that some of its products had only limited cover under a compensation scheme.