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Europe
24.02.2017
Stralsund, Germany (dpa) - As voters in the Netherlands, France and Germany show increasing support for nationalist, euro-sceptic political movements ahead of this year‘s elections, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for limits on EU regulations."Europe finds itself in a challenging - one can say critical - situation," Merkel said Friday at an annual reception held in her electoral
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Europe
24.02.2017
Paris (dpa) - The French judiciary has opened a formal investigation in connection with presidential candidate Francois Fillon to examine whether the employment of his wife as a parliamentary employee was a sham, the country‘s financial
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Europe
24.02.2017
Amsterdam (dpa) - Candidates from nine Dutch parties answered questions from journalists Friday at the first national radio debate of the election campaign, but the leading candidate - right-wing populist Geert Wilders - was missing from the
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Europe
24.02.2017
Istanbul (dpa) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while campaigning Friday for a referendum on a constitutional reform package to empower his office, suggested he could put forward another popular vote to reintroduce the death penalty."If
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Europe
24.02.2017
Paris (dpa) - French media company Vivendi hinted at a legal battle with an Italian takeover object Friday as it acknowledged that some of its executives had been subject to "registration" by prosecutors in Milan.The company, which declined to name
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Europe
24.02.2017
Berlin (dpa) - A Russian plan to construct a replica of the Reichstag so that military enthusiasts can re-enact the Red Army‘s 1945 capture of Berlin is "surprising and speaks for itself," a German government spokeswoman said
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Europe
24.02.2017
London (dpa) - The Royal Bank of Scotland on Friday reported an annual loss of 7 billion pounds (9 billion dollars) in 2016, including some 5.9 billion pounds in litigation and conduct costs. The loss is more than three times the 2-billion-pound
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Europe
24.02.2017
Brussels (dpa) - German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel welcomes US President Donald Trump‘s recent positive comments on the European Union, calling them "good news," during a press conference Friday.Trump‘s relationship with the EU got
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