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Russian Olympic Committee says re-tests of A samples from eight Russian sports people at the London Olympics test positive.
Russian President warns Warsaw and Bucharest over hosting elements of a US missile shield that Moscow considers a threat.
Plan to overhaul labor rules is crucial to economy and the government will stand by it despite protests and blockades, says Michel Sapin.
Extreme weather hits children's parties and soccer matches in France and Germany.
French home furnishings chain Maisons du Monde began its first day of trading, after setting the price of its global offering at 17 euros per share.
The appointment of a manager with a history of success is being tipped to push up the share price of Manchester United.
Demonstrators have set their sights on a new target, threatening to paralyze France when it hosts the 2016 UEFA European Championship soccer tournament.
Unlike consumer-facing payment apps like Apple Pay, Adyen works on the back-end and is a business-to-business product.
A U.K. vote to leave the European Union on June 23 would cause major currency fluctuations and dent growth in the country, according to UBS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is heading to Greece on Friday as part of a charm offensive ahead of upcoming sanctions votes.
G-7 leaders warned on Friday that a British vote to leave the EU next month would seriously threaten the world economy, the Financial Times reports.
"We're expected to lower our prices by about 7 percent for the rest of the summer to keep people flying," Michael O'Leary tells CNBC.
Rising aversion in Poland towards the European Union is worrying, the country's outgoing central bank governor told CNBC.
Former Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Ed Balls says his party is in the process of a "big change," albeit not one he expected or supported.
Wednesday's deal to avert a looming Greek bankruptcy doesn't mean the public rift between two of Athens' key creditors is over.
The first four Folios of William Shakespeare's "collected works" have sold for £2.479 million at Christie's in London.
A new wine-themed park is ready to open its doors to the general public on June 1.
The CGT union sought to tighten its grip on France's energy supplies and transport network as its stand-off with the government over planned labor reforms continued.
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Jonathan Fenby, China chairman at TS Lombard, gives his view on Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech at the Communist Party Congress.
Marty Mosby, director of bank and equity strategy at Vining Sparks, talks investing in U.S. financial stocks.
CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche discusses a decision by Germany's Constitutional Court to reject a request to stop the Bundesbank taking part in the European Central Bank's asset purchase program.