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Daily Mail
Two Russians who met Don Jr pictured with accused killerwith Donald Trump Jr which has become a running sore for him and for his father
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
with Donald Trump Jr which has become a running sore for him and for his father's administration. He is on U.S. and European blacklists for his alleged connection to the 2009 death of dissident Russian attorney Sergei Magnitsky. And he was... Read more
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Eu Business
41 million fake goods seized at EU borders, China main source — EUbusiness.com(BRUSSELS) - Customs authorities detained more than 41 million fake and counter
Eu Business / Posted 5 hours ago
(BRUSSELS) - Customs authorities detained more than 41 million fake and counterfeit products valued at over EUR 670 million at the EU's external borders in 2016, according to figures released Thursday. Everyday products which are potentially... Read more
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Daily Mirror
9 bits of bad news the Tory government's buried hours before their summer breakin England and Wales at the end of March this year. This was a fall of 0.7% on
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
in England and Wales at the end of March this year. This was a fall of 0.7% on 2016, and the lowest number at the end of a financial year since comparable records began in 1996. A Home Office report warned: "Records earlier than this are not... Read more
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DW
Germany overhauls Turkey policy |short of a travel warning against Turkey, they do represent a new level of chil
DW / Posted 11 hours ago
short of a travel warning against Turkey, they do represent a new level of chill in relations between the two countries. Steudtner's detention has prompted the latest crisis 'Obviously unfounded accusations' The re-calibration of Germany's Turkey... Read more
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DW
Germany warns its citizens against travel to Turkey |short of a travel warning against Turkey, they do represent a new level of chil
DW / Posted 12 hours ago
short of a travel warning against Turkey, they do represent a new level of chill in relations between the two countries. Steudtner's detention has prompted the latest crisis 'Obviously unfounded accusations' The re-calibration of Germany's Turkey... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
AIB chairman says Republic risks 'car crash' Brexit if no deal reachedthat Frankfurt and Paris, rather than Dublin, are best placed to take advantage
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
that Frankfurt and Paris, rather than Dublin, are best placed to take advantage of the decision by the UK to leave the European... Read more
21h
The Jewish Press
Taxpayer Support for Terrorist Salaries Now Impossible to DefendThe Jewish Press | Edwin Black | 26 Tammuz 5777 – July 20, 2017over the past four years total a mind-numbing one billion dollars. As more cit
The Jewish Press / Posted 21 hours ago
over the past four years total a mind-numbing one billion dollars. As more citizens are victimized in Great Britain, Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere, Western donor governments find their financial involvement with the Palestinian Authority... Read more
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express
European banking watchdog puts EU-Chinese relations under pressure THE EU is poised to go to war with China over a bid to buy a hefty slice of G
express / Posted yesterday
THE EU is poised to go to war with China over a bid to buy a hefty slice of German finance giant Deutsche Bank. Massive Chinese conglomerate HNA has bought 9.9 percent of Germany’s... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
AGOA At Risk in War Over Used Clothesraised taxes for used clothes and offered incentives to manufactures to invest
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
raised taxes for used clothes and offered incentives to manufactures to invest in their local textile sectors starting this financial year 2017/18. Uganda has increased the environmental levy imposed on used clothes from 15 % to 20 % of the cost... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'All options are on the table': The US could go after the Venezuelan government's lifeline to the worlddid not rule out taking action against the Maduro government prior to July 30.
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
did not rule out taking action against the Maduro government prior to July 30. Senior administration officials told Reuters in early June that the US could target Venezuela's state oil company, Pdvsa, as part of "sectoral" sanctions that... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
'All options are on the table': The US could go after the Venezuelan government's lifeline to the worldrule out taking action against the Maduro government prior to July 30. News Ch
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
rule out taking action against the Maduro government prior to July 30. News Channel Senior administration officials told Reuters in early June that the US could target Venezuela's state oil company, Pdvsa, as part of "sectoral" sanctions that... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Owen Paterson: 'Spiteful protectionism by Brussels helps no- one and Germans are realising this'behind Brexit – taking back control of our laws, our money and our borders – ar
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
behind Brexit – taking back control of our laws, our money and our borders – are not negative ones. They are not anti-Europe. They are positive statements of the age-old notion that a sovereign country will be more successful when it governs... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Merkel Will Not Be Sidetracked By U.S. in Drive for Compact With AfricaClimate Fund meets it objectives. This raises a third priority issue, whether
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Climate Fund meets it objectives. This raises a third priority issue, whether Compact countries could raise the additional financial resources to implement their new partnerships by mounting more effective joint efforts to curb illicit financial... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Commission Approves Disbursement of €100 Million in Assistance to TunisiaBrussels — The European Commission, on behalf of the EU, has today approved the
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Brussels — The European Commission, on behalf of the EU, has today approved the disbursement of a €100 million loan to Tunisia. This represents the third and last tranche of the €300 million Macro-Financial Assistance (MFA-I) programme to Tunisia,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Economy - Lend to Rather Than Borrow From IMFthe International Monetary Fund, the alter ego of the World Bank) within 10 yea
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
the International Monetary Fund, the alter ego of the World Bank) within 10 years if the country's ample human, natural and financial resources are undeviatingly managed subject to economic best practice methods beginning from the implementation of... Read more
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express
'No backbone!' EU's ambition to be a big global player DESTROYED by its own former judge BRUSSELS will never fulfil its ambition of becoming a serious global leader b
express / Posted 3 days ago
BRUSSELS will never fulfil its ambition of becoming a serious global leader because it has no “backbone” on the world stage, one of its own former judges said... Read more
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express
UK must honour 'commitments' if it wants 'deeper' trade deal with EU, warns Czech minister THE CZECH REPUBLIC’S European Affairs Minister has warned of the having to ad
express / Posted 3 days ago
THE CZECH REPUBLIC’S European Affairs Minister has warned of the having to adhere to “certain commitments” if it seeks a “deeper” trading relationship with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Britain backs EU sanctions on 16 Syrians over chemical attacksLondon: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime w
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
London: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime who are suspected of using chemical weapons on civilians. Senior military officers and scientists were among those hit with the sanctions, which follow reports of chlorine... Read more
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WA Today
Britain backs EU sanctions on 16 Syrians over chemical attacksLondon: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime w
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
London: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime who are suspected of using chemical weapons on civilians. Senior military officers and scientists were among those hit with the sanctions, which follow reports of chlorine... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Britain backs EU sanctions on 16 Syrians over chemical attacksLondon: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime w
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
London: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime who are suspected of using chemical weapons on civilians. Senior military officers and scientists were among those hit with the sanctions, which follow reports of chlorine... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Britain backs EU sanctions on 16 Syrians over chemical attacksLondon: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
London: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime who are suspected of using chemical weapons on civilians. Senior military officers and scientists were among those hit with the sanctions, which follow reports of chlorine... Read more
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The Age
Britain backs EU sanctions on 16 Syrians over chemical attacksLondon: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime w
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
London: Britain has agreed to EU sanctions on 16 members of the Syrian regime who are suspected of using chemical weapons on civilians. Senior military officers and scientists were among those hit with the sanctions, which follow reports of chlorine... Read more
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EuroNews
Help for small businesses from COSME, in AustriaThe EU has been finding new ways to help small businesses get the money they ne
EuroNews / Posted 6 days ago
The EU has been finding new ways to help small businesses get the money they need to start up or grow. One of the tools it uses is COSME, the 2014-2020 programme to improve competitiveness of SMEs. Amongst other things, COSME aims to improve access... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Financial Inclusion Key to Regional DevelopmentFinancial inclusion has assumed not only a regional dimension, but a global dim
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
Financial inclusion has assumed not only a regional dimension, but a global dimension, as exemplified, in no small measure, by the structure of the hosting of this conference as well as the diversity and inclusivity of the participation, which... Read more
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Eu Business
EU to clamp down on illegal import of cultural goods to finance terrorism — EUbusiness.com(BRUSSELS) - The EU Commission put forward Thursday new rules to clamp down on
Eu Business / Posted 7 days ago
(BRUSSELS) - The EU Commission put forward Thursday new rules to clamp down on the illegal import and trafficking of cultural goods from outside the EU, often linked to terrorist financing and other criminal activity. The Commission says this latest... Read more
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Eu Business
Brussels supports end to Greek deficit procedure — EUbusiness.com(BRUSSELS) - The EU Commission recommended Wednesday that the Council close the
Eu Business / Posted 7 days ago
(BRUSSELS) - The EU Commission recommended Wednesday that the Council close the Excessive Deficit Procedure for Greece, hailing it as a positive signal of financial stability and economic recovery in the country. This follows years of austerity and... Read more
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Evening Standard
Orwell revisited: the Great Repeal Billwind”. The Great Repeal Bill is a case in point. This is the name Brexiteers ha
Evening Standard / Posted 7 days ago
wind”. The Great Repeal Bill is a case in point. This is the name Brexiteers have given to the law which will replace the European Communities Act. But it is worth examining what the legislation actually involves to see whether it deserves its... Read more
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express
EU to spend share of £2bn ‘peace-building’ aid to strengthen foreign ARMIES THE European Union (EU) is set to authorise a share of £2billion of “peace-bu
express / Posted 7 days ago
THE European Union (EU) is set to authorise a share of £2billion of “peace-building” funds to strengthen third-world countries’ militaries - despite the bloc’s own lawyers... Read more
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International Business Times
Smarkets backs a winner as betting exchange profits more than double Betting exchange Smarkets more than doubled its annual profits and revenue in t
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
Betting exchange Smarkets more than doubled its annual profits and revenue in the latest financial year, on the back higher trading volumes on its platforms. The firm, which was funded in 2009, saw profits jump 160% year-on-year to £13.7m in the 12... Read more
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Eu Business
EU finance ministers approve plan for bad loans — EUbusiness.com(BRUSSELS) - EU finance ministers at their Council meeting Wednesday approved a
Eu Business / Posted 7 days ago
(BRUSSELS) - EU finance ministers at their Council meeting Wednesday approved an action plan to address the problem of non-performing loans in the banking sector, to reduce stocks and prevent their future emergence. The plan outlines a mix of policy... Read more
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guardian-series
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
guardian-series / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Harrow Times
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Harrow Times / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Gazette News
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Gazette News / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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This is West Country
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
This is West Country / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Bolton News
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
EveningTimes Online / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Croydon Guardian / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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express
Gibraltar leader says economy will ROCKET after Brexit as he vows Rock WILL leave the EU GIBRALTAR’S economy will continue to soar after Brexit, according to the Rock
express / Posted 8 days ago
GIBRALTAR’S economy will continue to soar after Brexit, according to the Rock's chief minister Fabian Picardo. Gibraltar PM Fabian Picardo believes the Rock's... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Oxford Mail
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Irish Examiner
'End of austerity' as Greece gets EU budget approval | Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 04:46 pm The European Union ha
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 04:46 pm The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget... Read more
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Bury Times
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Bury Times / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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Gazette
‘End of austerity’ as Greece gets EU budget approvalThe European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
The European Union has announced that Greece is no longer breaking budget rules. Wednesday’s recommendation from the EU Commission to end the so-called “excessive deficit procedure” on Greece comes after a sharp improvement in the country’s finances... Read more
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express
End of EU? Remainer Hilary Benn admits bloc is 'in trouble' without UK Brexit bill money REMAINER Hilary Benn admitted the European Union is “in trouble” if the UK do
express / Posted 8 days ago
REMAINER Hilary Benn admitted the European Union is “in trouble” if the UK does not pay a Brexit bill. The Labour MP said the Brussels bloc could struggle to... Read more
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