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  • Galatasaray, Basel fined over crowd trouble

    BERNE (Reuters) - Galatasaray have been fined 50,000 euros (39,593 pounds) and ordered to pay Arsenal for damages after their fans set off fireworks and caused trouble at their Champions League in London this month, UEFA said on Monday.
  • Lego to drop Shell contract but criticizes Greenpeace

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's Lego has said it would not renew a branding contract with oil major Royal Dutch Shell in the wake of comments from environmental lobby Greenpeace saying the toymaker had fallen in with "bad company". But in a statement...

    India approves projects in dash for growth, alarming green groups

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - In late August, India's environment ministry rejected a proposal to build what would be the country's largest hydropower plant in a remote and pristine part of the country's northeast because of the potential damage to an area rich...

    First new British nuclear plant in decades wins EU funding fight

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A British plan to guarantee the price of power from its first new nuclear project in decades won European Union backing in a landmark ruling on Wednesday that threatens to trigger legal challenges. Seen as market-distorting state aid...

    EU abandons 'dirty' label for tar sands oil

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A European Union plan to label tar sands oil as highly polluting in its fight against climate change has been abandoned after years of opposition led by major producer Canada. A proposal published by the European Commission on...