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Estonian Holocaust exhibit ‘outrageous and disgusting example of poor taste’R: What do you think of the exhibition in Tartu, Estonia, opened to mark the 70th anniversary of the libera
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Ratings agency S&P cuts France\'s outlook to negative from stable Ratings agency Standard & Poor\'s (S&P) cut its outlook for France to negative from stable
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Bulgaria’s banking botch up In late 1996, Bulgaria found itself beset with both a banking crisis and hyperinflation. Nine out of the country’s 10 largest banks were failing, and inflati
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No Plan B for Greece Says Stournaras Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras, who is placing all his bets on austerity and hopes for growth to offset a crushing economi
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Change privacy policy or face fines Google has found itself in hot water in France. The country’s data protection watchdog has told the internet
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Finland says Russia invaded its airspace The Finnish Defence Ministry said in a statement released Wednesday two Russian military aircraft crossed into Finland\'s airspace. The ministry said the in
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Agriculture is very competitive at the EU market Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said in the Riigikogu information hour on Wednesday that Estonia\'s agriculture sector has coped very well, LET
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Netherlands school shooting threat: police arrest suspect in Leiden Dutch police say they have arrested a suspect in an online threat to shoot a teacher and students that prompted authorities to close all the high schools i
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Cyprus Bailout Revisited A couple months ago Cyprus sent a quake through the world financial system. What has Cyprus done for us lately?
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Bulgaria\'s ex regional development minister probed by prosecutors  Rumen Petkov, a member of the Bulgarian Social
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For Some, Greece’s Junta Lives On On the morning of April 21, 1967, Greeks suddenly found tanks in the streets of Athens as a
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UK unemployment rise adds to pressure on Osborne\'s austerity strategy Unemployment jump
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Anger as Belgium plans to introduce motorway tax charge Dutch motorists\' organisation ANWB is up in arms about plans by Belgium to
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Austria challenges Germany\'s new pension tax ruling A change to German tax law will require around 150,000 Austrians currently in receipt of a German
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Portugal opposition chief demands renegotiation of bailoutPortugal should renegotiate the terms of its international bailout because its program of budget cuts has failed and sent the economy into a slump, the head of the m
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Poland has much to do to prepare for euro entryPoland has still much to do to prepare for the euro entry and benefit most from it, Polish Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski said on Thursday.\"I cannot imagine bein
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Malta’s many joysStanding on a cliff overlooking the near-deserted beach in Ramla Bay on the northern shore of Gozo — the second largest of the islands that make up the Maltese archipelago — the mind easil
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Lithuania not ready to discuss gay civil unions, says presidentThe president of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė told journalists that she thinks the country is not ready for a discussion on gay marriage although she thin
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Latvia mulls foreign adoption restrictions1,500 Latvian children have been adopted by foreigners over the past few years, prompting restricting initiatives in the Latvian parliament, local media report. Possible restriction
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Cross border action to tackle the mafiaTwo years ago, one of Italy’s most powerful crime groups, the ‘Ndrangheta, found some 40 of its associates put behind bars in the capital of the southern province Reggio Ca
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Austerity raises child poverty rate in Ireland to 19.7%Child poverty rates have increased in five countries which are cutting their budget spending, including Ireland, a study has shown. Rates of
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Hungary government to curb powers of constitutional court Hungary's government is set to curb the powers of the country's constitutional court, after the body thwarted plans to introduce a con
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'New Wars' Demand New MindsetsGermany's government recently announced plans to do a 180-degree policy shift by deploying armed drones in combat. It argues that remote-controlled killing
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Free food handout ends in one person trampled in GreeceA protesting action that gathered Greek farmers outside the agriculture ministry in Athens on Wednesday ended in one man trampled by the crowd
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Lights out – France to force shops and offices to go dark overnightShops and offices throughout France will be forced to turn off their lights overnight in a bid to fight light pollution, the
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New bioeconomy initiative in Finland to support SMEsThe bioeconomy is growing at an unprecedented rate, and the demand for new services and more efficient tools to boost business in this industry is
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Leader’s Twitter feud to become operaA Twitter feud in June between the Estonian president and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman who questioned the impact of Estonia's austerity measur
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New marijuana ban for foreigners sees change after intense lobbyingOn a wet winter afternoon, the place was empty. The palm-tree murals went un-admired, the elaborate smoke-extraction system was tur
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Denmark aims to end carbon-based energy If Europe is being strangled by its social welfare systems, as many in the United States believe, what is to be made of Denmark? Denmark is a social welfare s
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A leading presidential candidate has a full-face tattooFile this under, “Things that could never happen in America.” That man is Vladimir Franz, a Czech composer who is tattooed from hea
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Banking reforms urgedCyprus will have to take steps to tackle money laundering and improve the transparency of its banking sector to secure an international bailout deal that may have to wait until
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Nuclear referendum is sloppily organizedDaniel Valchev, former Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister and co-founder of the Bulgaria for Citizens Movement, has urged Prime Minister Boyko Boris
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Sterling crisis looms as UK current account deficit balloonsIt’s the sort of problem you might have thought disappeared with the 1970s, but as the Coalition renews its wedding vows, that
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Doubling of French applying to become Belgian citizens A total of 126 French people submitted applications in 2012 compared to 63 each in 2011 and 2010, according to Georges Dallemagne, the presiden
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Russia likely to return unique Esterhazy books to Austria soonAn agreement to return to Austria a unique book collection that was put together by Austria's Esterhazy upper class family and was b
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Gothenburg to introduce tolls to cut trafficSweden's second city Gothenburg will introduce a road toll on January 1 for all motorists entering or leaving the city, similar to one already in plac
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DNA Tests for Illegal Immigrant ChildrenSpain plans to take DNA samples from illegal immigrant children arriving in the country's North African enclave of Melilla to make sure the adults accompa
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Romania's prime minister to form new governmentRomania's president asked the prime minister today to form the new government despite a bitter feud between the two men. President Traian Bases
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Tourism key for jobs and exports says President of PortugalThe President of Portugal, Anibal Cavaco Silva, has highlighted the importance of tourism to the country’s jobs and exports on the oc
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Man hurls paint cans at Poland's black MadonnaA man hurled cans of paint at Poland's most sacred icon on Sunday in an attack that failed to damage the Black Madonna of Jasna Gora but shocked
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Government class on EU funds absorptionJust 33.1% of EU funds available to Malta under the 2007-2013 financial frameworks have actually been paid out, MEP Edward Scicluna said Friday morning. The ME
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Lithuania government debt shrinks in October to 37.5% of GDPLithuania’s central government debt shrank to 37.5 percent of this year’s projected gross domestic product at the end of Octob
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Lithuanian lawmaker dies in radio studioA senior Lithuanian lawmaker died Monday in a radio studio just a minute before he was due to go on air for a talk show, the programme's editor said. Juli
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Latvia hopes for Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement within OSCE Minsk Group’s proposalsLatvia hopes for the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to be resolved peacefully within the proposals of the OS
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Centre-left chooses candidate to succeed MontiItaly's centre-left votes on Sunday for a candidate who will become front runner to succeed Mario Monti as prime minister after a general election n
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Ireland and IMF taking steps to prepare for bailout exit in 2013A number of measures, including access to dedicated credit lines, are to be put in place to ease Ireland’s exit from the bailout
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Hungary’s credit default swaps rise to highest in five weeksHungary’s cost to insure debt with credit-default swaps rose to the highest in five weeks as a dispute between U.S. political
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German Greens want conservative voters, not allianceGermany's Greens do not want to form a coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives after elections next year, but hope to poac
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France tells Germany it will slash deficitFrance’s prime minister assured Germany on Thursday that his country is committed to getting its debt under control, amid concerns that the second-lar
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Finland's Jewish community denies advising Jews not to wear kippah in publicFinland's Jewish community has strongly denied media reports that one of its security officers had advised Jews in
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Estonia becomes a member of UN Human Rights CouncilOn Tuesday, elections for the UN Human Rights Council took place in New York and Estonia was elected to be a member of the council from 2013-2015,
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Dutch teenagers sentenced in "Facebook murder"Two Dutch teenagers were sentenced to two years in juvenile detention and three years of compulsory therapy on Monday for ordering the death o
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What the world can learn from Denmark’s failed fat taxThe Danish tax ministry announced Saturday that it’s scrapping a fat tax it introduced in October of last year, saying the measure h
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Czech parliament votes to return confiscated church propertyThe Czech parliament on Thursday approved an ambitious plan to return billions of dollars worth of church property that was confiscated by
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Cyprus official says bailout deal with visiting troika team may take longer than expectedCyprus is unlikely to sign a bailout deal during the upcoming visit by officials from potential creditors, a
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Patriarch Maxim, Orthodox leader of Bulgaria, dies at 98Patriarch Maxim of Bulgaria, who weathered a revolt over his Communist-era ties to lead his country’s Orthodox Christians for more than
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Private school built in 1509 with fees of £10,000 a year to become free after number of pupils plummetOne of Britain’s oldest private schools is set to ditch its £10,000 annual fees
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Belgian Crown Prince at heart of royal scandalCrown Prince Philippe, 52, had been depicted in a book as less of a man than is needed to become the next king of Belgium. Again. So, in an exceptional
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Rat poison terror alertAnti-terror police are investigating whether nine tonnes of rat poison stolen together with an Austrian firm's lorry might be used to make explosives. RDX is not only one
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Sweden climbs in global prosperity rankingIn the 2012 Prosperity Index published on Tuesday by the London-based Legatum Institute think tank, Sweden climbed to third place in 2012, up from fifth pla
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2,000 sheep led through streets of Spain's capitalSpanish shepherds led a flock of more than 2,000 sheep through central Madrid on Sunday in defence of ancient grazing, migration and d
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Slovenia's largest fuel retailer Petrol said its estimated group net profit in the first nine months had risen by 16 percent to 41.9 million Euros despite tough economic conditions in its main markets, Slovenia and Croatia.
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Nuclear power plants must ramp up power supplyStress tests at Slovakia’s two nuclear power stations revealed that the facilities need to improve the safety of auxiliary electricity s
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Romania hires four banks for new euro-denominated bondRomania (has hired Barclays, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and HSBC to manage a potential new Euro-denominated bond, according to sources.
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In shadow of economic crisis, Portugal sees increase in sex tradePortugal’s NGOs are reporting an increase in the number of women of all ages resorting to prostitution, desperate to make ends
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Poland's oldest former Auschwitz prisoner dies at 108Antoni Dobrowolski, who was the oldest Polish survivor of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz, died at the age of 108 on Sunday, Auschwitz Museum o
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Luxembourg invites Indian companies to raise fundsFaced with stable economic growth even in turbulent time in India, Luxembourg, the small European nation, has invited Indian companies to consider i
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Maltese businesses are being endangeredThe Government’s bad decisions in the energy sector were endangering Maltese businesses and the economy, Labour leader Joseph Muscat said yesterday. The
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Lithuania says no to Nuclear Power PlantIn spite of the fact that 62.7 percent of Lithuanians did not support the idea of building the Visaginas NPP, the realization of the project with Latvia
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Latvia needs diplomatic expansionAn increasing number of analysts and experts believe that the global economic center is slowly but inevitably moving from West to East - primarily towards the econom
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Students across Italy protest austerity measuresTens of thousands of school children and students took to the streets of 90 cities across Italy on Friday to protest tax hikes on university fees and
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Irish bank debt deal could help credit ratingMoody’s Investors Services would consider removing the threat of a downgrade to Ireland’s credit rating if the euro zone agreed to ease the d
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Hungary inflation rate rises to 4-year high amid rate clashHungarian inflation, the fastest in the European Union, accelerated in September to the quickest in more than four years as central bankers
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Germany demands more power on bankingGermany is demanding greater power on the board of the eurozone’s new bank supervisor, a politically charged request that further complicates Europe’
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Debt crisisGreece is to put 7,000 police on patrol and ban protests in parts of Athens to minimise the hostile reception for Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, when she makes her first visit to t
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24-hour strike paralyzes Belgium train trafficA 24-hour strike by Belgian rail workers on Wednesday paralyzed train traffic throughout Belgium and the international high-speed service to London and
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Austrian banks gain after hitting targetsAustria’s biggest lenders were in demand this week after beating key capital targets set out by the European Banking Authority. The Austrian central ba
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Swedish royal family light up the Big Apple at eco-awards gala dinnerThe Swedish royal family added a touch of glamour to an eco-conscious party in New York City. Queen Silvia, King Carl XVI Gustaf
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Slovenia debt to rise but no bailout neededSlovenia's economy, saddled by a banking crisis, does not need a financial bailout, even though public debt levels will likely breach European Union ru
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Spain ready for bailout but Germany hesitates Spain is ready to request a euro zone bailout for its public finances as early as next weekend but Germany has signalled that it should hold off, Europe
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Failed power grab puts Romanian PM in tight spotAfter four months in power and a failed attempt to oust the president, Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta is under fire at home and abroad, with his
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Fitch Ratings has affirmed Luxembourg's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'AAA'. The Outlooks on the IDRs are Stable. Fitch has simultaneously affirme
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Fitch affirms Malta at ‘A+’; Fitch Ratings has affirmed Malta’s long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at ‘A+’. The outlooks are stable. Fit
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Portugal's Tax Blunder The talk out of Portugal this week is that Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho has committed a serious political blunder in backing down on his proposed social-security ref
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Poland Eyes $4 Bln Missile Modernization ProgramPolish President Bronislaw Komorowski has submitted a defence bill to parliament designed to initiate the comprehensive modernization of the country
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Lithuania Predicts Inflation Rate Will Drop to 3% in SeptemberLithuanian inflation under European Union methodology will probably slow to 3 percent from a year earlier in September, the statistics o
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Latvian politicians’ fascination with Nazism seems everlastingLatvia’s authorities have made another mark in propaganda of Nazism. On Monday, a monument to members of Latvia’s Waff
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CEO to meet PM Monti about Fiat plans on Sept. 22Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne said he will not close car factories in Italy despite a plunging domestic market, responding to calls from unions and pol
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Price right for Ireland to step up market returnIreland's debt chief said last week that its return to markets ahead of schedule means it can be choosy about future issuance but the price looks
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Greece needs two-year extension on fiscal pledgesGreece needs a two-year extension from its international creditors to meet fiscal pledges, and a liquidity boost from the European Central Bank, said
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Hungarian rate-setters say it’s time to support growthThe Hungarian central bank’s August’s rate-setting meeting not only brought a surprise rate cut, but also sparked a shift in a
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Engagement in Europe key for German economyGermany's Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told the country's parliament Tuesday that German economic growth is impacted by the cooling economie
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France's Hollande Outlines Austerity Goals French President François Hollande on Sunday sought to brace the nation for its toughest budgetary effort of the past six decades, as he outlined
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Finland's Outokumpu to cut 100 jobs in general stainless unitFinnish stainless steel maker Outokumpu said it would cut around 100 jobs in its general stainless unit to save costs. Outokumpu said
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Estonia Reprograms First Graders as Web CodersPublic schools in Estonia will soon have a curriculum for teaching web and mobile application development to students as early as first grade. According
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Netherlands could do more to combat briberyWhile the number of prosecutions in foreign bribery cases is on the rise worldwide, the Netherlands has been only “moderately” successful in br
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PM under threat after failed vote to hike taxesThe lower house of the Czech parliament rejected on Wednesday the centre-right government's plan to raise sales and income taxes, threatening the f
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Debt to be sustainable after bank aidCypriot finance minister Vassos Shiarly said rescue funds Cypriot banks will receive for their recapitalization are unlikely to make the government’s debt
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Information about double payment by Russian tourists is speculation“At the moment there are 150 tourists in Bulgaria, who are clients of the bankrupted tour operator Cherry Tour. The informati
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Britain rediscovers the art of coalitionEighteen months ago, a lapel microphone captured Nick Clegg joking with David Cameron that they might never find “anything to bloody disagree on”.
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Belgium shuts down nuclear power plantBelgium has temporarily shut down one of its seven nuclear power plants after the country’s atomic energy regulator discovered “several anomalies
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Volksbanken triples H1 pre-tax profitPartly nationalised Austrian lender Volksbanken AG tripled first-half profit before tax to 49 million Euros ($61.2 million) as it tries to shrink back to health.
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Sweden plans big infrastructure spend to boost growthSweden announced plans on Wednesday to invest an additional 85.5 billion crowns ($13 billion) in infrastructure projects over the coming decade a
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Spain's Bad Summer And the bleeding in Spain continues. The Spanish economy shrank 1.3% in the second quarter compared to a year earlier. Deposits totalling €74 billion left Spanish banks
 Slovenian reportSlovenian report by Euro Reporter
Slovenia bans hot air balloon flights after fatal crashSlovenia's authorities have temporarily banned all hot air balloon flights following a crash that killed four people and injured 28. The co
 Slovakian reportSlovakian report by Euro Reporter
Slovakia teachers' unions plan strike on 13 SeptemberWorkers in the education sector are slated to hold a one-day strike that is expected to keep teachers and other staff away from schools on 13
 Romanian reportRomanian report by Euro Reporter
Romania parliament clears president's return to officeRomania's parliament accepted on Monday a court ruling to return the country's suspended president to office, drawing a line under a
 Portuguese reportPortuguese report by Euro Reporter
Shock at Portugal beach drowningsA five-year-old girl and her grandfather who drowned off a Portuguese beach after they were swept into the sea have been described as part of a happy and loving fami
 Polish reportPolish report by Euro Reporter
Poland church distributes food at Covelli CenterMembers of Poland New Life Church donated their time and effort to give back to the community during the third annual Food Drive at the Covelli Center
 Lithuanian reportLithuanian report by Euro Reporter
Lithuania's PM supports Australian-like cigarette packet brandingLithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius would support strict cigarette packet branding with graphic health warnings – pi
 Latvian reportLatvian report by Euro Reporter
Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis (Unity) is open to hearing out various ideas on Latvia’s economic development, improving cooperation with businessmen and the nation's welfare, including those from Einars Repse's "For Latvia's Deve
 Italian reportItalian report by Euro Reporter
Italy makes financial progress compared to last yearItaly’s financial situation has made progress compared with last year; the premier said Sunday, believing the country will eventually emerge
 Irish reportIrish report by Euro Reporter
Kenny addresses commemorationThe economic challenges facing Ireland are as great today as they were in the time of Michael Collins, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the annual Béal na mBláth
 Hungarian reportHungarian report by Euro Reporter
Hungarians oppose Orban’s planned electoral changesAn overwhelming majority of Hungarians oppose changes proposed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to the way voters are registered for elections,
 Greek reportGreek report by Euro Reporter
Merkel Mulls Easing Greece Bailout TermsChancellor Angela Merkel is considering easing Greece’s bailout terms, fanning tensions with members of her coalition who oppose giving the Greek govern
 German reportGerman report by Euro Reporter
Germany's Merkel says committed to maintain EuroGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday her country is committed to do what it can to maintain the euro and that European Central Bank Presi
 French reportFrench report by Euro Reporter
Riots add to economic woes facing France's HollandeA massive police presence restored calm overnight on Wednesday to the French city of Amiens, where arson and gun attacks on police have added l
 Finnish reportFinnish report by Euro Reporter
Pleased with Moody's confirmationFinland's finance ministry said Tuesday that it was "very pleased" with the confirmation of the country's AAA rating by Moody's Investors S
 Estonian reportEstonian report by Euro Reporter
Estonians vote for wind and biomass over nuclearWind power and biomass have come top of a poll in Estonia to find the public’s first choice of energy sources. The survey carried out by the Est
 Dutch reportDutch report by Euro Reporter
The Netherlands faces the politics of austerityThe Dutch have long been one of the eurozone's and the EU's most reliable members. Since the introduction of the euro in 2000, the country has
 Danish reportDanish report by Euro Reporter
Long-time leader of Denmark’s populist party to resignThe long-time leader of the populist Danish political party that pushed some of Europe’s strictest immigration policies says she wil
 Czech report by Euro Reporter
Presidential candidate Dlouhý leaves Goldman SachsCzech presidential candidate Vladimir Dlouhy will end his engagement with the U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs that he started in 1997 as fro
 Cypriot report by Euro Reporter
Nicosia and Limassol home price falls acceleratingProperty prices for buyers may be down but so are rents on apartments, warehouses and offices, the latest figures show. The latest index from the Ro
 Bulgarian report by Euro Reporter
Fire in South-eastern Bulgaria containedThe fire in the south-eastern municipality of Nova Zagora was contained on Sunday at about 1:00 a.m. local time, Sliven district governor Marin Kavrakov said.
 British report by Euro Reporter
Britain’s economy expected to shrink in 2012 as quick austerity hurtsBritain’s economy will shrink this year and any meaningful recovery will remain elusive until 2014 as the euro zone d
 Austrian report by Euro Reporter
Controversy as Austria plans to deport 1,000 NigeriansA controversial agreement between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Austrian government, allegedly signed last week, to deport 1,000 Nig
 Swedish report by Euro Reporter
 Spanish report by Euro Reporter
 Slovenian report by Euro Reporter
Slovenia postpones vote on fiscal limit, bank aid fundSlovenia postponed a vote on approving the limit on fiscal spending and on the creation of a sovereign fund that is meant to take bad loans from
 Slovakian report by Euro Reporter
Slovaks find railway smuggling tunnel to UkraineA smuggling tunnel the length of seven soccer pitches complete with its own train has been found running beneath the border between Slovakia and Ukrai
 Romanian report by Euro Reporter
Romania walls in its RomaThe Roma are the largest ethnic minority in the European Union. And most live as second class citizens, in abject poverty. In the Romanian town of Baia Mare, a mayor has com
 Portuguese report by Euro Reporter
Portugal’s borrowing costs drop at 2 billion-euro bill salePortugal sold 1.25 billion euros ($1.5 billion) of 12-month bills as borrowing costs fell to the lowest since 2010 and below the rate
 Polish report by Euro Reporter
Polish media unite to charge for online contentSeveral major Polish media companies are joining forces to put some of their best online content behind a combined paywall – an attempt to mainta
 Maltese report by Euro Reporter
Transport Malta calls on Labour Party to remove 'dangerous' billboardsTransport Malta has filed a judicial protest calling on the Labour Party to remove billboards which it
 Lithuanian report by Euro Reporter
Lithuania to hold referendum on construction of nuclear plantLithuanian lawmakers approved a proposal to hold a referendum on whether to build a new nuclear power plant, rebuffing calls from Prime M
 Latvian report by Euro Reporter
Latvia cuts main interest rate for first time since 2010Latvia’s central bank, which pegs its currency to the euro, cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time since 2010 after the Euro
 Italian report by Euro Reporter
Italy shakes off downgrade, but fears mountItaly dodged a potentially unlucky Friday the 13th, easily selling a batch of new three-year bonds in a closely-watched auction that came just hours after
 Irish report by Euro Reporter
Ireland to unveil stimulus packageDublin is to unveil a multibillion euro stimulus package later this month in an effort to kickstart its flagging economy and curb unemployment as it presses the eur
 The Finnish legitimacy and the global ethic by Thanos Kalamidas
The Finnish Finance Minister Jutta Urpilainen for one more time is rolling her sleeves and getting ready for collateral negotiations, this time with Madrid all in the name of the Finnish people and the European unity. and Jutta is just the obvious
 Hungarian report by Euro Reporter
Hungary’s ‘outlandish’ policies threaten IMF dealHungarian government measures to address the country’s deteriorating economy and the Cabinet’s slumping popularity resu
 Greek report by Euro Reporter
Next task: raise €15 billion in privatizationsGreece collected less than €1 billion Euros ($1.2 billion) in revenues from privatizations over the last three years. The new Greek governme
 German report by Euro Reporter
German finance minister asks high court not to delay Euro measuresThe German finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, warned on Tuesday of severe consequences for the euro currency union if his cou
 French report by Euro Reporter
Uproar in France over tapes of terrorism suspectFrench authorities are investigating how recorded conversations between police and a young man accused of a terrorist rampage earlier this year were l
 Finnish report by Euro Reporter
Finland refuses to pay for other countries' debtFinland has no intention of footing the bill to cover the debt of other countries in the eurozone, Finnish Finance Minister Jutta Urpilainen said
 Estonian report by Euro Reporter
Estonia Concerned by NATO Spending CutsEstonia is worried over defence spending cuts by NATO member states, President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said on Wednesday. “Allied spending, required to main
 Danish report by Euro Reporter
Denmark ices ‘three strikes’ piracy plan, opts for carrot and stickAs US ISPs gear up to become the internet’s copyright cops from July, Denmark has put its plans for a ‘thre
 Euro-report by Euro Reporter
Market relief fades at Greek election resultsReaction to the Greek elections in financial markets followed a familiar, disconcerting pattern on Monday as early relief gave way to renewed anxiety abo
 Bulgarian report by Euro Reporter
Bulgaria puts “vampire” skeleton on displayBulgaria's history museum plans to display a "vampire" skeleton next week after unearthing the 700-year-old remains of two men st
 British report by Euro Reporter
Britain can do better than leave the EU. We can change itTen years ago there was an unholy alliance between Ukip and the evangelists of euro membership, who together argued that it was impossible to
 Belgian report by Euro Reporter
Spanish Rescue Could Weigh on Belgian Debt - ReportBelgian Finance Minister Steven Vanackere said Monday the rescue of Spanish banks could add to Belgium's indebtedness if it wasn't carried
 Austrian report by Euro Reporter
Austrian defence minister says military to use unarmed surveillance dronesAustria’s defence minister says his country plans to buy surveillance drones for use at home and abroad. Defence Minis
 Swedish report by Euro Reporter
Sweden to close $880 ml private equity tax loopholeSweden is to close a loophole used by private equity groups and others to avoid tax, the government said on Friday, provoking criticism from the ma
 Spanish report by Euro Reporter
Spanish leader gives up no-bank bailout mantraSpain's Prime Minister appeared Thursday to have abandoned his insistence that the country's troubled banking sector will not need an external b
 Slovenian report by Euro Reporter
Slovenia austerity program comes to forceSlovenia’s government will continue with its austerity measures to cut the budget deficit after a trade union said it will challenge some of the moves
 Slovakian report by Euro Reporter
Slovaks to tax more energy, telecommunication sectors, Sme saysSlovakia will introduce a 4.2 percent surcharge on the income-tax rate for regulated companies such as in the energy and telecommunicat
 Romanian report by Euro Reporter
Mining town suffers from its gold richesNature has carved a humbling landscape of deep river valleys and reddish peaks in a corner of the Carpathian mountains in western Romania. Rosia Montana town,
 Portuguese report by Euro Reporter
Portugal’s asset sales draw foreign bids, boutique firmsThe factors forcing Portugal to seek a bailout in 2011 have triggered a wave of mergers, acquisitions and government disposals in the co
 Polish report by Euro Reporter
Poland not satisfied with White House "regret" over "death camp" commentPolish Prime Minister Donald Tusk remains unsatisfied with the White House response to a comment President
 Luxembourg report by Euro Reporter
 Lithuania report by Euro Reporter
Lithuania tracks Holocaust war crime suspectsLithuania has concluded the first phase of a study aimed at identifying over a thousand Lithuanians suspected of killing Jews in the Baltic state during
 Latvian report by Euro Reporter
Latvia offers Europe a guiding light Which was Europe's fastest-growing economy in the first quarter of 2012? The answer, surprisingly, was Latvia, the Baltic nation of just 2.2 million people,
 Italian report by Euro Reporter
Red Brigades calls for renewed violenceA letter purporting to be from Italy's radical left-wing Red Brigades called on Friday for new attacks against politicians, bankers and reporters, just day
 Greek report by Euro Reporter
Anti-bailout party extends lead in GreeceA left-wing party that opposes Greece's international bailout agreements has extended its lead ahead of next month's election, according to a new pol
 Hungarian report by Euro Reporter
Hungary hopes for IMF deal in the summerHungary could see its currency stabilize and its assets strengthen even before autumn starts, a senior economy ministry official said in an interview, adding
 Irish report by Euro Reporter
Fostering people Ireland announces recruitment eventsFostering People Ireland, the non-statutory Dublin-based fostering agency, has announced two upcoming events aimed at recruiting more carers to h
 Greek report by Euro Reporter
Greece’s Tsipras appeals to German taxpayers for help in crisisGreece’s Syriza party leader Alexis Tsipras appealed to German taxpayers to help Greece grapple with economic and fiscal cr
 German report by Euro Reporter
Metal workers’ 4.3% pay settlement seen setting Benchmark A 4.3 percent pay increase for German metal workers doesn’t pose an inflation threat even as it sets a precedent for other industr
 French report by Euro Reporter
Hollande to make Eurobond proposals at EU summitFrench President Francois Hollande said on Saturday he would make proposals for eurobonds at an upcoming European summit as he outlines his ideas to s
 Estonian report by Euro Reporter
Not to retroactively cut green subsidiesThe Estonian government has vowed that it will not look to lower subsidies to renewable-energy producers retroactively, during a question-and-answer session i
 Danish report by Euro Reporter
Ex-minister equates gays with ‘killer snails’ to oppose equal marriage rightsA former Danish government minister as equated gays with the hermaphrodite ‘killer snails’ plague
 Czech report by Euro Reporter
President of Czech Republic to give keynote at Heartland climate summit despite backlash over murderer billboardsCompanies are abandoning the Heartland Institute left-and-right following the conserv
 Cypriot report by Euro Reporter
Cyprus president Christofias says he won’t run for second term, cites stalled peace talksCyprus President Dimitris Christofias says he will not seek re-election for a second term because there
 Bulgarian report by Euro Reporter
EU will be angry about vanished mobstersThe vanishing of sentenced Bulgarian businessmen known as Galevi Brothers will have a negative effect on the EU's July monitoring report on Bulgaria, acco
 Belgian report by Euro Reporter
Waterloo battle site gets a faceliftAlmost 200 years after the French cavalry charge at Waterloo, bulldozers rolled into action Wednesday to spruce up the memorial site of the battle that humbled Na
 British report by Euro Reporter
MI6 key to al Qaeda agentThe double agent in the foiled al Qaeda bomb plot had a British passport, making the UK’s intelligence agency key to the international sting operation. Two officials b
 Austrian report by Euro Reporter
Nazi victims finally laid to restThey were starved, tortured and killed because they were considered inferior to the Aryan ideal set by Adolf Hitler. Then their organs were put into jars and display
 Swedish report by Euro Reporter
The National Library of Sweden chooses Beijer Electronics' Building Automation SolutionBeijer Electronics has received a strategic order from the National Property Board of Sweden. The Authority
 French Greek report by Euro Reporter
France's Francois Hollande changes the mix in EuropeWith Francois Hollande's election as France's first Socialist president in 17 years, Europe now must deal with a major leader who has promised to push a different
 French report by Euro Reporter
Sarkozy set for defeat by socialistFrance holds its presidential runoff election Sunday, with Socialist challenger Francois Hollande expected to defeat incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. The latest opinion
 Spanish report by Euro Reporter
Spain meets bond auction target as French borrowing costs fallSpanish bonds gained after the Treasury met its target at a debt sale, while French costs declined at an auction, easing concern that th
 Slovenian report by Euro Reporter
Slovenia anticipated rate cutsMoody's downgrade of Slovenia's three largest banks was "somewhat expected" but their ratings should improve once planned capital hikes are completed,
 Slovakian report by Euro Reporter
Slovakia to tax rich but vows tight spendingSlovakia's new left-of-centre government unveiled plans Friday to consolidate public finances by scrapping a business-friendly flat tax in favour of h
 Romanian report by Euro Reporter
Romania’s labour costs are just one fifth EU averageLatest figures released for hourly labour costs in the EU are estimated at EUR 23.1 per hour on average in the EU27 and EUR 26.7 per hour in
 Portuguese report by Euro Reporter
We tried stimulus and it didn’t workDefending austerity is not getting any easier for Europe’s politicians. And Vitor Gaspar, Portugal’s finance minister has it harder than others.
 Polish report by Euro Reporter
Poland to bring back border checks for Euro 2012Poland will reintroduce border controls on its frontiers with fellow European Union nations during the 2012 European football championship, Interior Minister Jacek Cichocki said
 Maltese report by Euro Reporter
Malta needs a secular ConstitutionThe Malta Humanist Association (MHA) expressed its concern at the direction which the President's forum for constitutional reform appears to be taking. At a public session of the forum las
 Luxembourg report by Euro Reporter
Posh restaurants and free clubbing in the party cityLuxembourg City may not be an obvious weekend break destination, but with free entry to clubs and an all-night party bus, it's letting its hai
 Lithuanian report by Euro Reporter
Lithuania refuses Investtorgbank permission to open an officeThe Lithuanian central bank declined to allow Russia’s Investtorgbank OAO to open an office in the country on the ground that the l
 Latvian report by Euro Reporter
Commissioner discusses fisheries issues in LatviaEU Fisheries Commissioner, Maria Damanaki, met with ministers in Latvia to discuss the Common Fisheries Policy and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund. Maria Damanaki visit
 Italian report by Euro Reporter
Deficit goals in line with EU rules-documentItaly's revised growth and budget targets are consistent with a balanced budget in the medium term and creating a "sizable" primary surplus to cut the country's mas
 Belgian report by Euro Reporter
450 days after election, still no governmentBelgium hit a new milestone Monday — 450 days without a government — but still no one appears to be in any big hurry to resolve the situation. Europe's financial cris
 French report by Thanos Kalamidas
Dominique Strauss-Kahn sexual assault case dismissed, appealedA New York judge dropped all criminal sexual assault charges against ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday after prosecutors lost faith in the credibility
 Rating agencies of legitimating economic gossip by Thanos Kalamidas
For one more time rating agencies are under fire from the European leaders and the European Union, so what? Is like saying capitalism is bad? Fine, we all know it by now but what are we doing by now for that except nagging because that’s wha
 Greek report by Euro Reporter
Bondholders need to step up in GreeceAs the Greece crisis began to destabilize wider financial markets on Thursday, Canada’s former top central banker added his voice to those advocating a solution involving bondholders
 Greek ...football report by Euro Reporter
Greece faces match-fixing claim, football association vows to 'shed light' on allegationsThe Greek football federation is promising to "shed light" on allegations of match fixing made by a prominent Athens la
 Irish report by Euro Reporter
Exactly how safe are your Irish savings?Over the past two years Irish, Dutch, Indian, Turkish and Cypriot banks, among others, have offered far more competitive deals to UK savers than many home-grown banks, particularly on lo
 Danish report by Euro Reporter
Denmark's FSP, Lærernes team up on residential developmentDanish pension funds FSP Pension and Lærernes Pension have teamed up to invest nearly DKK400m (€53.7m) in a new residential property development in
 Spanish Report by Euro Reporter
Madrid fetes Spain’s World Cup winnersSpain’s triumphant World Cup football team returned home to a heroes’ welcome in Madrid on Monday, amid optimistic predictions that their victory over the Netherlands wou
 
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