The european love of motoring costs more than the price of a tank of petrol
Drunk drivers are getting off light in France, but how for how much longer?
Washington continues to waffle on its plans to invade Iraq, but European leaders are against rash action. This could be the perfect opportunity for the E.U. to stand together and assert itself—if only it had a better plan
How would Iran react to a U.S. lead attack on Iraq?
Facing a tough election, German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder hopes to divert attention from the stuttering economy by opposing an American invasion
Take a bath in Tokyo
Football in fianacila crisis whilst Lennox Lewis weighs his options
French wine industry finally reacts to its slipping world market share
Smart department stores are competing to have the finest in-house dining as a way to lure customers
Brazil bailed out by IMF
Elvis Presley still stirs the heart 25 years after his death
Former U.N. weapons inspector Richard Butler warns of the dangers posed by Iraq's arsenal
The week's news in review