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  • Ruling conservatives win Hungarian elections

    BUDAPEST, Hungary Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban late Sunday declared victory for himself and his Fidesz party, telling thousands of supporters: "All doubts, all worries are vanquished we have won." With 84 percent of the votes counted, Orban's...
  • McLaren's Dennis rebukes Vettel for swearing

    MANAMA (Reuters) - McLaren head Ron Dennis criticised quadruple Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel on Sunday after the Red Bull driver described the sound of the sport's new V6 turbo engines as 'shit'. The German driver had made his opinion...
  • Trice: UIC professor sets phasers to fun in 'Star Trek' Q&A

    Trice: UIC professor sets phasers to fun in 'Star Trek' Q&A
    Dirk Morr came of age in Germany in the 1970s watching the television show "Star Trek," which was dubbed in German. Imagine Capt. James Kirk's often parodied, halting speech pattern delivered in a foreign language. The show and its idea to boldly go...
  • Ronaldo magic to send Real past Dortmund into last four

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit to terrorize Borussia Dortmund's defense on Tuesday despite a niggle in his knee, and build on Real Madrid's 3-0 first leg advantage to book a spot in the Champions League last four. Real coach Carlo...
  • Hungarian conservatives repeat landslide triumph

    BUDAPEST, Hungary Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's conservative Fidesz party on Sunday repeated a landslide triumph from four years ago and may be able to govern virtually unchallenged, a poll indicated. According to the Nezopont institute, Fidesz...
  • Federer steers Swiss to Davis Cup semis, Italy edge Britain

    (Reuters) - Roger Federer sealed Switzerland's place in the Davis Cup semi-finals when he completed a comeback win for the hosts over Kazakhstan on Sunday but Britain's last-four hopes were trampled into Italian clay in Naples. France are also in the...
  • Israeli planes strike Gaza Strip after rocket attack

    GAZA CITY, Palestine Israeli military jets carried out a series of airstrikes on separate targets in the Gaza Strip early Sunday, in response to a rocket being fired into Israel on Saturday. Witnesses said that a series of explosions were heard in...
  • Uniqlo steps up Europe push with stores in Berlin and Paris

    By Dominique Vidalon, Pascale Denis and Emma Thomasson PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Japanese casual wear chain Uniqlo opens its first store in Germany on Friday, as it accelerates expansion in Europe in a bid by its parent company Fast Retailing Co Ltd to...
  • Daimler starts production of electric B-Class

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Daimler has started series production of its B-Class electric car, it said on Friday, with a planned launch of the vehicle in the United States in mid-2014, followed by deliveries in Germany later in the year. The five-seater...
  • Another bank threatens to quit Austria over taxes

    VIENNA (Reuters) - The head of the Raiffeisen bank in the Austrian province of Upper Austria has threatened to move its headquarters across the border to Germany in a growing row with the government over a bank levy which lenders say is too onerous....
  • German engineer who created 'Heartbleed' bug says it was an accident

    German engineer who created 'Heartbleed' bug says it was an accident
    Say hello to Robin Seggelmann. The name may not ring a bell, but his handiwork has gained worldwide notoriety. Seggelman, it seems, is the poor soul who wrote the flawed piece of code that has come to be known as the Heartbleed bug. According to his...