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Pioneer TVs return to Europe

Hope Powell reacts to England’s 3-0 defeat to France

Hope Powell sacked as England women's manager after Euros failure

England were knocked out in the group stages in this summer's tournament and the FA have relieved Powell of her duties claiming they want 'a fresh outlook'

Ojukwu addresses the media in 1967 at the start of the disastrous war

Emeka Ojukwu: Soldier who led his people into the war of Biafran independence

The image so often associated with Africa – a child with stick-thin limbs and swollen belly – dates back to the first televised famine, the Biafran war. The man who understood the power of that image was an Oxford-educated Nigerian soldier, Emeka Ojukwu.

Norway remembers 77 killed in massacre

Norwegians are paying tribute to 77 people killed in last month's bombing and shooting massacre by a right-wing extremist.

Germany and Nordics boost Harvey Nash

Harvey Nash is set to post a rise of at least 40 per cent in half yearly pre-tax profits after benefiting from strong growth in Germany and the Nordic countries, the recruitment group said yesterday.

New stars of Nordic noir: Norway's authors discuss their country's crime wave

This summer's hottest mysteries are arriving from cool Norway.

Dixons Retail touts sales of iPad 2 and big stores

Dixons Retail, the owner of the Currys and PC World chains, yesterday boasted soaring sales of Apple's latest iPad device and said its UK business had outperformed the market, despite the pan-European group suffering a slump in revenues in its second half.

TUI hit by Tunisia unrest but sales for summer rise

TUI Travel, the owner of holidays brands including Thomson and First Choice, said the heavy snowfall in Britain and civil unrest in Tunisia had hit its recent bookings but said reservations for this summer were "encouraging". The tour operator, which is controlled by its German parent, TUI AG, also said its underlying operating losses had risen by £20m in the first quarter from a £107m loss a year ago.

Switzerland: Discover the delights of cross-country skiing in Davos

Uniformed flunkies are busy polishing the windows as taxis draw up to five-star turn-of-the-century Swiss hotels. Preparations are under way for the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos – first held here 40 years ago, arriving again in a week's time – and it's a curious collision of worlds. At breakfast, an elderly American is discussing a theory on the developing world with a colleague while families in ski outfits eat at the next table.

Mary Dejevsky: Forget about café culture and embrace your inner Viking

It is not just the proliferation of skating rinks. Each time I have visited Scotland in recent years, I have had the impression it has become more Scandinavian

Swedish police confirm blasts were terror attacks

Swedish police said today that two explosions in central Stockholm were an act of terrorism by what appeared to be a suicide bomber, who killed himself and injured two people on a busy shopping street.

Options beyond skiing: A new sense of adventure

Specialist operators are now offering a wider range of winter options, says Stephen Wood

Primark lands top spot in clothing

The discount fashion chain Primark reclaimed the crown of the UK's biggest clothing retailer over the summer, putting Marks & Spencer and Asda in the shade.

WikiLeaks founder loses bid for Swedish residency

Sweden's immigration authority has rejected a request for residency by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a potential setback in his efforts to gain protection from Swedish press freedom laws.

The Week Ahead: DSG International sales expected to power ahead

High-street trends will be back in focus when the electrical goods giant DSG International issues an update on Thursday. Anticipating a boost from the football World Cup, UBS is looking forward to a "solid set of figures", with DSG's like-for-like sales for the first quarter expected to be up 2.5 per cent.

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