Articles by Sylvia Westall



First Nabucco Gas Will Likely Come From Iraq

  • 02 October 09
  • Reuters
The pipeline, which should lessen Europe’s dependence on Russian gas, also faces rivalry from a similar project launched by Gazprom.

Father Confesses in Austrian Abuse Case

  • 29 April 08
  • Reuters
A 73-year-old Austrian electrical engineer has confessed to holding his daughter captive in a secret, windowless cellar for 24 years and fathering seven children by her, police said on Monday.

Dollar Woes Spark Worries for Expats

  • 23 November 07
  • Reuters
Andrew Curry once loved going out for dinner and drinks in Berlin, feeling far wealthier in the German capital than he did at home in the United States.

Dollar Woes Spark Worries for Expats

  • 23 November 07
  • Reuters
Andrew Curry once loved going out for dinner and drinks in Berlin, feeling far wealthier in the German capital than he did at home in the United States.

German Inflation Causes Bad Memories

  • 16 October 07
  • Reuters
Julia Sonnenberg peruses the latest bestsellers at a bookstore in central Berlin but cannot bring herself to buy one. ""I am here to window-shop, not really to spend,"" the 40-year-old travel agent said as she exited the store in a mall one Saturday afternoon last month.