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  • Winter season heightens Russia-Europe gas game

    Winter season heightens Russia-Europe gas game
    PRAGUE/BERLIN (Reuters) - A cat and mouse game is on between Europe and Russia over gas supplies as the continent switches into the winter heating season. Since September, Russia's state-controlled Gazprom has sent less-than-requested deliveries to...
  • German aid of Nuerburgring race track illegal - EU Commission

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - State aid given to developers at German race track Nuerburgring was in breach of European Union rules and must be paid back, the EU Commission said on Wednesday. Developers at the track were given 456 million euros (354.98 million...
  • Polish factory contraction slows amid improvement in Central European PMIs

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Manufacturers in the Czech Republic and Poland are doing better than expected, surveys showed on Wednesday, but activity in the region's largest economy still contracted, cementing expectations for a reduction in Polish interest rates...
  • U.S. sends 'Ironhorse' tanks to NATO's nervous Baltic front line

    WASHINGTON/RIGA (Reuters) - U.S. troops and tanks will deploy across the three Baltic states and Poland in the next two weeks on a mission designed to deliver an unmistakeable message of NATO resolve to Moscow. The "Ironhorse" armored cavalry unit,...
  • Check out this gorgeous Mars picture, courtesy of India's orbiter

    Check out this gorgeous Mars picture, courtesy of India's orbiter
    Hello Mars! You're looking lovely this week! The Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO, has released a handful of images of Mars taken by its Mars Orbiter Mission, or MOM, in the last few days, and while they are all beautiful, this one showing...
  • Kurds at Turkish border see little hope Islamic State won't take Kobane

    YUMURTALIK, Turkey With Islamic State militants moving into the outskirts of the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane, an odd two-way traffic developed Tuesday across the Turkey-Syria border. Thousands of Syrian Kurds flooded into Turkey, abandoning their homes...
  • Young EU farmers struggle as Russian sanctions bite

    CAMPOSANTO Italy (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The neat rows of manicured trees seem a world away from the barricades of eastern Ukraine, but political tensions between the European Union and Russia are reverberating in Fabio Lambertini's pear farm in...
  • 21st Century Fox Nominates Prudential PLC Chief Tidjane Thiam for Board

    Prudential plc Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam has been nominated to join 21st Century Fox's board of directors, the entertainment conglomerate said Monday. Investors will vote on his nomination at the company's annual stockholders meeting on November 12,...
  • Russia cannot change EU-Ukraine deal: EU trade nominee

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russia will not be allowed to amend a free-trade deal between the European Union and Ukraine, the woman set to become the EU's new trade chief said on Monday, rejecting Moscow's demands. Russian President Vladimir Putin wants three-...
  • Russia, EU to continue Ukraine gas talks this week: energy minister

    ASTRAKHAN Russia (Reuters) - Russia and the European Union will continue talks on gas supplies to Ukraine on Thursday or Friday in Berlin, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Monday. He said he had no information about whether Exxonmobil had...
  • Bulgaria election frontrunner open to talks with other parties

    SOFIA (Reuters) - The frontrunner in Bulgaria's October election said on Thursday he was ready to hold talks with other parties after the vote, including to discuss securing cross-party support for legislation to ensure political stability. Boiko...