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30.06.2015
London (dpa) - Greece‘s Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has threatened to take legal action against the European Union if his country is thrown out of the euro, even as Athens said it may not make a major debt repayment due Tuesday."The EU treaties make no provision for euro exit and we refuse to accept it," Varoufakis told Britain‘s Daily Telegraph in an interview published late
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Europe
29.06.2015
Athens (dpa) - Despite the severe strain on the Greek restaurant business, Panagiotis Zikos is confident that his small eatery in Athens - based on a "food at crisis prices" principle - will survive the fallout.Having founded his restaurant at the
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Europe
29.06.2015
Brussels (dpa) - US internet giant Google has been granted an additional six weeks to respond to EU suspicions that its Google Shopping service violates the bloc‘s competition laws."Google asked for additional time to review the documents in
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Europe
29.06.2015
Paris (dpa) - France‘s highest administrative court ruled Monday that the practice of conducting police checks at the country‘s borders is legal.Responding to an appeal brought by migrants associations, the court said that eliminating
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Europe
29.06.2015
Islamabad (dpa) - A team of British investigators have arrived in Pakistan to interrogate suspects in connection with the 2010 murder of an exiled politician in London, the Interior Ministry said Monday.Imran Farooq, 50, had been living in exile in
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Europe
29.06.2015
Berlin (dpa) - Failure to meet a 1.6-billion-euro (1.7-billion-dollar) debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday could pave the way for Greek bankruptcy and an eventual withdrawal from the eurozone.There is no legal provision
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Europe
29.06.2015
Copenhagen (dpa) - Denmark‘s newly-elected prime minister, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, confirmed his pro-EU stance Monday by saying his government was committed to staging a referendum on scrapping many of the country‘s opt-out clauses from the
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Europe
29.06.2015
Paris (dpa) - France has expelled 40 radical preachers and imams since 2012 and opened 22 cases for investigation this year, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said in an interview on Europe 1 radio.The expulsions are part of a campaign by the
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