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Europe
16.04.2014
Tokyo (dpa) - Japan scrambled fighter jets after Russian bombers flew around the country, news reports said Wednesday.Two Tu-95 Russian bombers flew around the archipelago counterclockwise on Tuesday before heading toward Russia, Jiji Press reported, citing Defence Ministry officials.The military spotted four others off the northern island of Hokkaido, Jiji said.None violated Japanese airspace,
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Europe
16.04.2014
London (dpa) - Britain‘s largest supermarket Tesco on Wednesday announced a 6 per cent slide in annual group trading profits to 3.3 billion pounds (5.5 billion dollars)."Our performance in the year was not where we had planned it to be," said
weiter
Europe
16.04.2014
Stockholm (dpa) - Small shareholders in Swedish truckmaker Scania were Wednesday advised to accept a 6.7-billion-euro (9.2-billion-dollar) buyout offer from German automotive giant Volkswagen, the Swedish Shareholders‘ Association said.The
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Europe
16.04.2014
Donetsk, Ukraine (dpa) - A Ukrainian army formation in the eastern city of Kramatorsk has reportedly defected to join pro-Russian separatists, video footage posted on espreso.tv showed on Wednesday.The video shows the formation - which includes at
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Europe
16.04.2014
Brussels (dpa) - Annualized eurozone inflation fell to 0.5 per cent in March, the European Union‘s statistics office Eurostat confirmed Wednesday, amid fears that the currency bloc could slip into deflation.The figure, backing up an earlier
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Europe, Brüssel
16.04.2014
NATO still hopes that a political solution to the crisis in Ukraine can be found, its chief says, despite the military alliance's decision to step up its presence in the region. Brussels (dpa) - "We have now taken military steps that we think
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Europe
16.04.2014
Beirut (dpa) - Lebanon‘s parliament speaker Nabih Berri on Wednesday set April 23 for the legislature‘s first session on electing a new president for the politically fragile country.An eligible candidate must secure two-thirds of the
weiter
Europe
16.04.2014
Istanbul (dpa) - Twitter will not open an office in Turkey, says its vice president in a Wednesday Wall Street Journal report, potentially deepening a dispute with Turkey about the social networking site‘s ability to operate there.Prime
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