The policemen were guarding polio vaccination workers
Residents claim that civillians were among those who died
Sarah Morrison looks at how their commitment has helped their local communities
Mayor of London launches into anti-EU rant in article, claiming Britain's future lies in renewed links with Australia, with which the UK is 'deeply connected'
Greenpeace activist Ben Stewart manages to snap Cameron, Osborne and Boris Johnson tucking into pizza and fondue during the World Economic Forum
David Cameron pledged to use Britain’s G8 presidency to clamp down on “cowboy” multinational firms that avoid paying UK corporation tax.
Christine Lagarde uses World Economic Forum speech to attack gap between rich and poor
Mayor of London planning trips this year to China, the Gulf and South America to “sell” London as a place to do business
Frugality and philanthropy are key themes for the super-rich this year, says Ben Chu
One year after an uncomfortable general election campaign which saw him lose power after almost three years as Prime Minister, Gordon Brown could soon land a plum international job.
Business leaders rounded off this year's World Economic Forum with a call to make sure the poor benefit more from any global economic revival.
Most of Switzerland's resorts are traditional villages accessible by efficient rail and bus services from its airports.
Five demonstrators were arrested during scuffles with police outside the Chinese embassy in London yesterday as they called for freedom for Tibet. It was one of several protests planned during the visit of China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, who arrived in London on Saturday as part of a European tour aimed at improving trade between Europe and China and finding a way out of the global financial crisis.
It is usually an opportunity for the rich and the powerful to pat each other on the back. Not this year, reports Sean O'Grady
Poll of 500 major firms reveals that only one in 10 regard global warming as a priority