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Metro says it aims to split in two, separating its food and wholesale activities from its consumer electronics business.
The European Central Bank still has a wide range of policy tools, Executive Board Member Benoit Coeure told Politico in an interview.
The British steel industry suffered a blow as Tata confirmed fears that it was about to put its UK business up for sale, reports the Financial Times.
Brussels airport on Tuesday began trying out a make-shift check-in area that could allow a limited restart of passenger flights in the coming days.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed suit Tuesday against Volkswagen AG for false advertising.
An Uber passenger was taken on a 20 mile detour around London and was charged over £100 ($142.82) for the journey, the MailOnline reported.
The hijacker of an EgyptAir plane has been arrested after hours of negotiations.
Russia might be in a recession but it has plenty of money - it just manages money badly, a high-ranking Russian government official said.
The EU may have to compromise on privacy protections in order to defeat terrorism, former CIA director Michael Hayden says.
France's interior minister said a Frenchman has been arrested in the "advanced stages" of a plot to attack that country.
Belgian authorities post a fresh appeal for information about the mysterious "man in white" pictured in airport surveillance footage.
The ECB is on the right track, and its policies are fully supported by an overwhelming majority of member countries.
Three new terror suspects were charged in Brussels, prosecutors said, amid widening fears about new attacks.
Victims of online fraud who have failed to protect themselves should not be compensated by banks, U.K.’s most senior police officer has said.
Leading tennis player, Novak Djokovic has come out saying he’s for equality in the sport, after a fierce debate over equal pay was sparked this week.
Radovan Karadzic sentenced to 40 years in jail by U.N. judges for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and of nine other war crimes charges.
Conditions for refugees stranded in Greece are worsening as tensions rise. Security concerns have caused some NGOs to temporarily withdraw.
European intelligence and law enforcement agencies are too fragmented to tackle terrorist threats, former U.S. Navy officer Malcolm Nance says.
The Easter Bunny tends to put a bounce in chocolate sales, but the industry is under threat from changing consumption patterns and difficulties with cocoa farming.
Scotland will today stop generating electricity from coal for the first time in more than 100 years.
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Theresa May gave no clues as to how much the U.K. would be willing to pay the European Union in outstanding financial contributions. CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche reports.
A survey of 12,000 people by media group Havas reveals marketers maybe playing catch-up with society when it comes to gender.
British people want sovereignty and "control" over their laws, and this is why they voted to leave the European Union, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said.