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  • Book Talk: Collaboration, resistance under occupation in 'When Paris Went Dark'

    PARIS (Reuters) - A seminar on Paris that Amherst College Professor Ronald Rosbottom gave a decade ago piqued the U.S. academic's curiosity about the Occupation, the four years when German troops held the French capital during World War Two. Rosbottom...
  • Euro zone trade surplus rises more than expected in June

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The euro zone's trade surplus grew more than expected in June from June a year ago, data showed on Monday, but the improved surplus does not yet reflect the full effect of sanctions and counter-sanctions imposed by the European...
  • U.S. Treasuries set to storm on as EU yields drop, conflicts threaten

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Don't bet against the U.S. bond market rally anytime soon. Conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East, and record low bond yields in Europe, have unleashed a stampede into Treasuries, knocking benchmark 10-year yields to 2.30 percent,...
  • Russia says 'certain progress' achieved at talks on Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Monday a 'certain progress' was achieved during talks between Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine in Berlin on Sunday on ways to end the military conflict in eastern Ukraine. The ministry said in a...
  • Berlin blocks unearthing of giant Lenin statue head

    Berlin blocks unearthing of giant Lenin statue head
    German authorities have blocked plans to excavate a 3.5-ton granite head of Vladimir Lenin for display in a new Berlin museum due to logistical and cost concerns, the organizers of the exhibition and local media said. The head was part of a famous statue...
  • 'Plantibodies' drugs advance as big pharma stands aside

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Biotech drug production techniques based on plants, which may prove to be faster, higher yielding and cheaper than current methods using mammalian cells, haven't caught on with the biggest pharmaceutical companies. The leading...
  • Philippine de Rothschild dies at 80; grande dame of Bordeaux wine

    Philippine de Rothschild, an energetic and self-certain grande dame of Bordeaux wine who halted an acting career to run vineyards owned by the family dynasty, has died, her company said. She was 80. She died Friday night in Paris "from the effects of...
  • White House: Obama authorized strikes to help Iraq retake Mosul Dam

    White House: Obama authorized strikes to help Iraq retake Mosul Dam
    The White House on Sunday said President Barack Obama had informed Congress he authorized U.S. air strikes in Iraq to help retake control of the Mosul Dam, and that the action was consistent with his goal of protecting U.S. citizens in that country. "The...
  • French government resigns amid internal policy squabbles

    PARIS French President Francois Hollande on Monday asked Prime Minister Manuel Valls to form a new government in the wake of a showdown between Valls and Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg about the government's controversial economic policies. In a...
  • U.S. works with Jordan, Europeans at U.N. on Gaza ceasefire draft

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States has prepared its own draft outline for a U.N. resolution demanding a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and is now working with European powers and Jordan on a joint text, diplomats...
  • Berlin says nothing changes with France after government change

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The decision by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls to present his government's resignation on Monday does not make any difference to Germany's focus on economic policies that strive for growth, job-creation and fiscal consolidation, a...