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Greece is on the path to recovery and anyone who thinks otherwise can talk to someone else, the Eurozone’s leading finance minister insists.
A telephone belonging to Adolf Hitler has been sold for $243,000 at a U.S. auction.
As the U.K. prepares to trigger Article 50, many companies are still in wait-and-see mode to see how the process will impact the economy.
Kraft may have withdrawn its hostile offer for Unilever but some analysts say the European group should not yet breathe a sigh of relief.
The U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has told senior officials in Brussels that the U.S. wants "deeper ties" with the European Union.
Enda Kenny's minority government only narrowly survived a vote of no-confidence over its handling of a policing scandal.
Exactly a year ago former British Prime Minister David Cameron officially announced that Britain would hold its EU referendum vote on June 23.
Greece will need less in emergency loans than originally agreed due to a better-than-expected budgetary developments.
Oxford University has refuted claims that it could launch its first overseas campus amid Brexit pressures.
Roles will be created in Amazon's London head office and around the country where new staff will be working on key innovations.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told senior European Union officials in Brussels on Monday that the Trump administration was looking at ways to "deepen our relationship" with the EU.
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Party on Sunday.
Google and Microsoft's Bing will demote U.K. search results of copyright infringing websites, the companies said on Monday.
Ben Stokes fetched a staggering $2.17 million in the Indian Premier League's (IPL) player auction on Monday.
It is a long shot to break the impasse on Greek debt at the Brussels meeting, but an agreement to continue talking could be the best outcome.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied that he had said Greece would have to leave the euro zone.
It seems as if we have been here before: the euro zone fretting that a crisis with Greece will balloon out of all proportion.
Terrorism and Russia are the greatest threats facing society and a "collective defense" is the only way to uphold Western democratic values.
The secretary general of NATO is supporting demands from the U.S. for members to increase their defense contribution.
France's left-wing is gearing up for what promises to be a tough presidential campaign against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
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