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2015/01/29 13:45
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MOSCOW, Russia – Europe prepared Thursday, January 29, to draft even tougher sanctions against Russia over Ukraine as ex-Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned against the danger of an increasingly...
2015/01/29 13:45
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2015/01/28 18:54
2015/01/28 18:54
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Israeli medics tending to soldiers injured when their patrol came under missile fire from Hezbollah operatives along the Israel-Lebanon border, Jan. 28, 2015. (Basal Awidat/Flash90)/JTA Two Israeli...
2015/01/27 05:20
2015/01/27 05:20
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Algeria walks economic tightrope as oil falls By Patrick Markey and Hamid Ould Ahmed ALGIERS, Jan 26 (Reuters) - For months, Algerian officials repeated their mantra that large foreign exchange...
2015/01/26 12:27
2015/01/26 12:27
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The situation in Greece will deteriorate significantly over the coming months, but anti-austerity party Syriza has a major incentive to ultimately make good on bond payments coming due this year,...
2015/01/25 09:43
2015/01/25 09:43
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DAVOS, Switzerland — VTB Bank isn't letting a bad year get in the way of a good party. Executives at the state-controlled Russian bank, which has cut hundreds of employees following U.S. and European...
2015/01/24 09:19
2015/01/24 09:19
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Backdropped by the Athens University, right, posters of Alexis Tsipras, leader of Greece's Syriza left-wing main opposition party are seen in central Athens. (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP) ATHENS — To the...
2015/01/24 00:45
2015/01/24 00:45
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THAILAND’S former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been banned from office for five years and faces criminal charges that could see her jailed over a money-losing rice subsidy scheme. The twin...
2015/01/23 13:28
2015/01/23 13:28
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As for internal stability, Abdullah went to lengths to ensure a smooth transition of power, but he made one unorthodox choice in his deputy crown prince, who has now become first in the line of...
2015/01/22 08:44
2015/01/22 08:44
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DAVOS, Switzerland — VTB Bank isn't letting a bad year get in the way of a good party. Executives at the state-controlled Russian bank, which has cut hundreds of employees following U.S. and European...
2015/01/21 16:20
2015/01/21 16:20
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Here are the highlights from President Obama's 2015 State of the Union speech, including zingers on climate change and calls for tax reform. President Obama, who took office six years ago amid a...
2015/01/21 13:19
2015/01/21 13:19
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Here are the highlights from President Obama's 2015 State of the Union speech, including zingers on climate change and calls for tax reform. President Obama, who took office six years ago amid a...
2015/01/19 08:43
2015/01/19 08:43
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By Simon Kennedy & Stefan Riecher The euro-area economy is back in the cross-hairs of investors. It�s a familiar place for the currency bloc, which spent the past five years struggling for growth,...
2015/01/18 10:37
2015/01/18 10:37
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Catalonia takes election gamble to keep independence drive alive Published: 18 January 2015 5:59 PM Catalonia's President Artur Mas stands at a podium during a news conference with members of...
2015/01/16 20:22
2015/01/16 20:22
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Greek Lenders Ask for Liquidity Assistance, Pressure on ECB Rises Officials at Greece's central bank say two of the country's lenders are seeking emergency liquidity assistance. According to reports...
2015/01/15 19:22
2015/01/15 19:22
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Eurasia Group: Biggest Geopolitical Risk of 2015 is Europe Eurasia Group’s Europe Practice Head Mujtaba Rahman says if you’re looking for the region that will likely cause the biggest headaches for...
2015/01/15 08:10
2015/01/15 08:10
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... fact that Germany is leading Europe all by itself is unbalanced and a deeply problematic thing for Europe, but there's no question it marginalises Britain," says Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group,...
2015/01/14 12:28
2015/01/14 12:28
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Although Russian President Vladimir Putin's attentions are likely to be focused on problems closer to home, Ukraine is still very much a thorn in his side -- although some analysts believe Putin is...
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2015/01/12 15:28
2015/01/12 15:28
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Europe's current political situation could thwart its economic growth, according to Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group. "You now have a situation where nobody is going to be excited...
2015/01/12 14:39
2015/01/12 14:39
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But while the image of Francois Hollande, David Cameron, Angela Merkel and others linking arms was hailed in a New York Times editorial as showing “unity in outrage”, the display has not been without...
2015/01/12 08:58
2015/01/12 08:58
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By Rupam Jain Nair and Aman Shah GANDHINAGAR (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised on Sunday to pursue predictable policies and ensure stable taxes, in a speech that sought to address...
2015/01/29 13:45
2015/01/29 13:45
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