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  • NATO chief accuses Russia of deep involvement in east Ukraine

    LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Russia is deeply involved in the crisis in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Moscow separatists have seized control of a number of government buildings, NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Tuesday. The remarks from the...
  • Serbia eyes renewed coalition of center-right and Socialists

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's center-right Progressive Party, which won the March election by a landslide, said on Tuesday it had offered a place in a coalition government to the Socialists of outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, despite deep...
  • EU aid chief says race against rain to stop famine in South Sudan

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Humanitarian aid groups are in a "race against the rain to prevent famine" in impoverished South Sudan where violence has displaced more than one million people in the past four months, European Union aid chief Kristalina...
  • Fairfax-led group to invest in Eurobank in bet on Greek turnaround

    ATHENS (Reuters) - International investors are to invest 1.3 billion euros ($1.8 billion) in Eurobank to become the bailed-out Greek bank's biggest shareholders in another sign of growing market confidence in Greece. The country's bank bailout fund...
  • Slovakia offers way to send Ukraine some gas if Russia cuts supply

    VELKE KAPUSANY, Slovakia (Reuters) - Slovakia, Ukraine's best hope of getting gas from Europe if the Kremlin halts supply, said it might help by reopening a small pipeline but stopped short of agreeing to reverse the flow of major links that take...
  • European parliament votes for compulsory 'made-in' labels

    (Reuters) - The European Parliament voted on Tuesday to oblige manufacturers to label all non-food goods with their country of origin, a step designed to help consumers know what they are buying, but one that has divided industry. Country of origin...
  • Ukraine troops land in eastern town, then pull back to base

    KRAMATORSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Ukrainian airborne troops landed in a town in the east of the country on Tuesday apparently at the start of a crackdown to root out pro-Russian separatists - but they pulled back into base after meeting a hostile...
  • French parliament bans cultivation of GM maize

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's lower house of parliament adopted a law on Tuesday prohibiting the cultivation of any variety of genetically modified maize, saying it posed a risk to the environment. France adopted a decree last month to halt the planting...
  • Germany's Merkel and Russia's Putin hold call, focus on Geneva talks

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin by telephone on Tuesday night, focusing on the crisis talks between Russia, Ukraine, the European Union and the United States to be held in Geneva on Thursday....
  • Ending tax breaks for super-rich can make tax day fun for rest of us

    WASHINGTON Tax day is always a busy day for the tax hysteric crowd: the folks who think it is outrageous that we tax people to pay for things like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and infrastructure. Of course we also tax people to pay for the...
  • Telefonica offers spectrum to rivals for E-Plus deal: sources

    BRUSSELS/MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish telecoms operator Telefonica has offered to lease spectrum and access to its network to rivals in a bid to win European Union approval for its planned purchase of KPN's E-Plus unit in Germany, three sources said on...