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Europe
21.08.2014
Cairo (dpa) - Troops loyal to renegade Libyan general Khalifa Haftar, backed by some government forces, have recaptured bases from a coalition of Islamist militias in the eastern city of Benghazi, a commander said Thursday."Four camps in [Benghazi‘s] area of Butani are now under the control of the Libyan Army," Ashraf al-Mayar, a field commander in Haftar‘s troops, told independent
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Europe
21.08.2014
Berlin (dpa) - The eurozone economy lost momentum in August as a key business indicator released Thursday slumped to a two-month low.The purchasing managers index (PMI) for the currency bloc‘s manufacturing and service sectors fell to a
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Europe
21.08.2014
London (dpa) - Former Irish premier Albert Reynolds has died at the age of 81, state broadcaster RTE reported Thursday.Reynolds became the country‘s eighth prime minister in 1992, serving for just under three years, and played a key role in the
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Europe
21.08.2014
Brussels (dpa) - Thieves broke into a car and stole personal documents belonging to Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo, his spokesman told Belga news agency Thursday, partially confirming media reports.Di Rupo was in the gym on Monday when his
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Europe
21.08.2014
Kiev (dpa) - At least 11 people, including six civilians, were killed in clashes between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine on Thursday, ahead of high-level talks to find a political solution to the crisis.Ukrainian President
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Europe
21.08.2014
Madrid (dpa) - Sovereign debt in Portugal climbed to 223.3 billion euros (296.8 billion dollars) during the second quarter of 2014, the central bank in Lisbon said on Thursday.The amount of debt corresponds to 134 per cent of the country‘s
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Europe
21.08.2014
The Black Sea region that broke away from Georgia more than 20 years ago might serve as a prime example of Russia‘s ability to impose its will on its neighbours through separatist movements.Moscow (dpa) - The Georgian breakaway province of
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Europe
21.08.2014
Istanbul (dpa) - Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was chosen Thursday by the ruling Justice and Development Party‘s (AKP) leadership to replace Recep Tayyip Erdogan as party chief and prime minister.Erdogan announced the decision at a televised
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