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The Kurdistan Freedom Hawks (TAK) militant group claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in the Turkish capital Ankara that killed 37 people.
Norway's central bank on Thursday cut its key interest rate to an all-time low of 0.5 percent from 0.75 percent and raised the specter of negative interest rates.
Some countries are unhappy with draft proposals on the table aimed at stemming the flow of migrants into the EU.
The European Union warned on Wednesday that a deal with Turkey to curb mass migration to Europe hinges on Ankara acting to support peace talks in Cyprus.
The Switzerland-based commodities producer and trader hopes to fetch as much as $1.1 billion for its GRail business.
German cities will see housing prices spike over the next 15 years as a growing refugee influx helps raise demand for urban housing.
Sweet-toothed doughnut fans might just have a new purpose in life this Easter with another tantalizing treat hitting the streets of London.
Economists have warned about bubbles in several key property markets, but it appears investors are now expecting just one to burst in the near future.
French anti-terrorism police arrested four Islamist radicals on suspicion they were planning an imminent attack in central Paris, TF1 television said.
U.K's fiscal watchdog has slashed growth and productivity forecasts for the country as the outlook for the world economy now appears to be "materially weaker".
France's "big five" banks make a third of their international profits in tax havens, according to an Oxfam report
The gunman shot dead in Brussels following a raid linked to investigations into the Paris attacks was 35-year-old Algerian Mohamed Belkaid.
Deutsche Boerse on Wednesday announced a merger with the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE), targeting cost savings.
George Osborne, the U.K.'s finance minister, will announce this year's budget on Wednesday and is expected to cut public spending further, despite the slowing British economy.
Belgian police killed a suspect in a raid on a Brussels apartment linked to investigations into November's attacks in Paris.
Many have been left scratching their heads as to why Russia and its leader, President Vladimir Putin, are suddenly leaving Syria.
A slide in copper prices has hit miners hard, with Chilean copper miner Antofagasta no exception.
Despite monetary policy action by the ECB, appetite for risk has diminished and investors are looking cautious, say industry experts.
Avon Products said it would cut about 2,500 jobs worldwide and shift its corporate headquarters to the UK as part of its three-year turnaround plan.
One person has died in a car explosion that was likely caused by a bomb in Berlin, according to reports.
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