Geneva

 
Iran nuclear talks stretch into third day
Iran nuclear talks stretch into third day
Hollywood lobbies US to weaken treaty to help the blind
Hollywood lobbies US to weaken treaty to help the blind
Negotiators from 186 countries are in Marrakech this week trying to hammer out the text of an international treaty that aims to make copyrighted...
North Korea and US seek to reboot nuclear dialogue
North Korea and US seek to reboot nuclear dialogue
North Korea and the United States will hold a second round of talks in Geneva next week to discuss ways to restart regional talks on disabling...
LHC sets brilliant new record
LHC sets brilliant new record
The world's biggest atom smasher has set a new world record for luminosity or beam intensity, a key measure of performance and power, the European...
Tie my kangaroo tail on, sport
Tie my kangaroo tail on, sport
Thousands of strange and unlikely inventions went on display at the world's biggest invention fair on Wednesday, including a kangaroo tail for...
'Big Bang' collider sets particle beam record
'Big Bang' collider sets particle beam record
The "Big Bang" experiment at Cern near Geneva scored a world record on Monday by accelerating beams to the highest energy ever achieved in a...
UN talks hope to improve climate data and aid poor
UN talks hope to improve climate data and aid poor
About 150 nations met in Geneva on Monday to discuss how to plug gaps in climate information to help the world cope with global warming and threats...
Swine flu: WHO to consult experts on pandemic decision
Swine flu: WHO to consult experts on pandemic decision
The World Health Organisation (WHO) will on Thursday consult its emergency committee of flu experts, a body of scientists that could recommend the...
Sri Lanka death toll unacceptably high, says UN
Sri Lanka death toll unacceptably high, says UN
The United Nations said on Friday that the number of deaths in Sri Lanka's civil war in recent months was "unacceptably high", but declined to give...
WHO chief says world should prepare for severe flu
WHO chief says world should prepare for severe flu
Countries should be ready for more serious H1N1 flu infections and more deaths from the newly discovered virus, World Health Organisation (WHO)...
Swine flu cases spread in Asia, Americas
Swine flu cases spread in Asia, Americas
Mexico's swine flu death toll rose by four as the virus continued to spread through Latin America and made inroads in Asia, with the number of...
Swine flu spreads in Japan as WHO prepares to meet
Swine flu spreads in Japan as WHO prepares to meet
Japan said on Sunday that 13 more high school students had tested positive for swine flu, as senior health officials gathered in Geneva for talks...

Client Media Releases

MTN's 15 years of community upliftment
NWU Mafikeng hosts international conference
African businesses need to embrace always-on availability
No delays expected on the N1 'Great North'