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  • Greek opposition leader accuses government of fear-mongering

    Greece's radical leftist opposition leader, Alexis Tsipras, accused Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Saturday of sowing fear in the country to win support for a presidential vote the government must win to avoid a snap election. The government on Monday...
  • U.S. seeks to defuse tensions over Israeli-Palestinian resolutions: Kerry

    U.S. seeks to defuse tensions over Israeli-Palestinian resolutions: Kerry
    Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday the United States was seeking to defuse tensions over proposed U.N. resolutions to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during talks in Europe next week. Kerry will meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...
  • Hungary eyes new deal with battered banks: PM

    Hungary's government will recast its relations with the country's banks and will soon sign a new deal to reduce the burdens on the sector in return for increased lending, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said. "A new chapter will begin soon," Orban told the...
  • Euro zone output rises in October on consumer goods

    A strong rise in output of consumer goods kept euro zone industrial production rising in October despite a deep fall in energy production, the European Union's statistics office data showed on Friday. Eurostat said industrial production in the 18...
  • Special Report: Flirting with retreat along Britain's battered shores

    Bryony Nierop-Reading has what she calls a million-dollar view from her clifftop property in east England, looking out over North Sea swells beyond a sandy beach where gulls wheel overhead. The drawback: The place is all but worthless. Her bungalow...
  • EU court to hear Luxembourg challenge against EU tax probe on January 8

    Luxembourg will seek to convince Europe's second-highest court at a hearing on Jan. 8 of its right to defy EU competition regulators and not hand over details of "sweetheart" deals which help multinational companies substantially cut their tax bills....
  • EU-U.S. trade deal the ideal 2015 Christmas gift: German minister

    An ambitious trade deal between Europe and the United States should be finished by the end of next year, a senior German official was quoted on Friday as saying. Food and Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt told news service Deutsche Welle he hoped...
  • EU says outcome of French reforms uncertain, more needed

    France's efforts to improve its competitiveness and reduce its public debt may not be effective and it needs to press ahead with further reforms, the European Commission said in a report on Thursday. The report reviews progress made by Paris to tackle...
  • Special Report: How a 29-year-old Ukrainian made a killing on Russian gas

    A young businessman accused of being a frontman for former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich made $100 million or more from buying Russian gas at a preferential rate and selling it on at higher prices, according a former senior employee and a...
  • European Union bans all Libyan airlines, citing safety risk

    European Union bans all Libyan airlines, citing safety risk
    The European Union on Thursday banned all seven Libyan airlines from operating in the airspace of the 28-nation bloc, citing threats to flight operations while the country is plagued by violent militias battling for dominance. Libyan airfields and...
  • Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade

    Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain Russia as its most...