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U.K. graffiti artist Banksy has created a new work in London to protest the alleged use of teargas on migrant camps in Calais.
German sportswear company is to end its 11-year sponsorship deal with the IAAF almost four years early, the BBC reports.
Data released Monday shows Russia’s economy “worryingly” deteriorated at the end of last year with oil prices bolstering the odds of recession.
Europe's biggest industrial group has agreed to buy private U.S. engineering software firm according to a person familiar with the matter.
Outcome should help maintain political balance after a dramatic swing to the left in October's parliamentary ballot.
A video published by the Islamic State purported to show the last statements of nine of the people who took part in the Paris attacks.
Iran has struck a provisional deal with Airbus to buy eight A-380 superjumbo planes, the deputy transport minister told Reuters on Sunday.
European business activity slowed in January, with growth at its weakest level since last February.
The leader of newcomer Podemos in Spain said he was ready to form a left-wing coalition government with the socialists and other leftist parties.
Dutch group's $3.3 billion deal to sell its Lumileds division to a group of Asian investors founders over objections by the US government.
Italian lender does not need a capital increase and has a very strong liquidity position, says chairman.
The freezing waters of the Cromarty Firth in Scotland have become a worrying barometer for energy veterans. The FT reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin likely personally sanctioned the nuclear murder of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko, a British judge ruled Thursday.
German authorities are introducing guidelines in an effort to teach migrants and refugees how to integrate into German society.
The European Commission's head of financial regulation told CNBC that banks in the region are far more resilient now than before.
An accumulation of issues in Europe is set to keep the continent at a standstill according to the CEO of Merck.
Soccer's 20 biggest money-making clubs in the world generated as much as 6.6 billion euros ($7.18 billion) in revenues last season.
With no signs of economic reprieve for Russia, there could be "trouble" in the country if the money runs out, Kremlin-critic William Browder said.
A general election due will take place in Ireland "in a few weeks' time" the country's incumbent Prime Minister Enda Kenny told CNBC.
Here's why new EU rate-swap rules are a concern for the US financial sector, explains Harvard Professor Hal Scott.
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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discusses NATO and U.S. counterterror operations in Afghanistan.
Vontobel analyst Jean-Philippe Bertschy weighs in on the relationship between Nestle and activist investor Third Point.
Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of NATO, discusses U.S. leadership on its military policy as well as support for U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria.