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Germany: Alleged ISIS Member Detained at Airport

BERLIN (AP) — The federal prosecutor’s office says a 22-year-old German man has been detained at Duesseldorf airport upon his return from Turkey for alleged membership in the Islamic State group. The office said in a statement Saturday that Anil

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UK Labour Party Divided After Corbyn Victory

LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Soft-spoken socialist Jeremy Corbyn is the antithesis of Donald Trump. But the British politician — resoundingly re-elected leader of the opposition Labour Party on Saturday — is riding the same wave of anti-centrist sentiment that’s propelling

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Conservative Poland Moves To Ban Abortions

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s lawmakers have decided to proceed with work to ban abortion and have rejected a proposal to liberalize the current restrictive law. The vote Friday followed a debate the day before on two drafts by civic

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FTSE 100: Best Week in Three Months

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s top share index completed its best week in almost three months on Friday, holding on to recent gains as a rally in housebuilders on the back of some positive broker comments offset weaker banks. Persimmon <PSN.L>


Belgian Police ‘Helped Migrants Cross French Border’

(AFP) – Two Belgian policemen were arrested for helping a group of migrants return to France after they wound up in Belgium by mistake while heading to Calais, officials said Thursday. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve summoned Belgium’s ambassador to


EU Ministers Scramble To Salvage TTIP

(AFP) – European trade ministers scramble Friday to salvage talks on a massive free trade deal with the US amid growing calls in key powers France and Germany to abandon negotiations. Ministers from the EU’s 28 member states meeting in

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Brexit Boom: Sterling Rebounds Against The Dollar

LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) – Sterling rebounded from a five-week low against the dollar on Thursday, boosted by renewed weakness in the greenback after the Federal Reserve kept monetary policy steady and projected a less aggressive path for rate hikes in coming years.

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Merkel Pressures German Firms To Hire Unskilled Migrants

(REUTERS) – Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany needed “viable solutions” to integrate refugees into the workforce faster after she met blue-chip companies that have hired just over 100 refugees since around a million arrived last year.

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Tourists And Shoppers Flock To Brexit Britain

LONDON (Reuters) – The sharp fall in sterling since Britain voted to leave the European Union has encouraged tourists to go on a spending spree, providing a little relief for the economy as it faces an overall sharp slowdown.

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Tony Blair Promises To Close Business Empire And Work For Charity

LONDON (Reuters) – Former British prime minister Tony Blair, who built a multi-million pound business network advising multi-national corporations and governments after leaving office in 2007, said on Tuesday he was planning to close his commercial ventures and concentrate on not-for-profit activities.