"Part of this movement are people who use language that we have heard in Germany about 80 years ago," says Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
It could be said that the underlying winner of Germany's election Sunday was ultimately the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. » Read More
Berliners voted to keep the historic Tegel airport open, creating a headache for the German capital's government, which wanted it closed. » Read More
The European Central Bank is becoming more confident that inflation will rise back to its target but the euro zone still requires substantial stimulus, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Monday. » Read More
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The world's top economies are set to declare that they need to look beyond ultra-low interest rates if the global economy is to shake off its torpor.
Ireland looked set to kick Prime Minister Enda Kenny's coalition government out of office in an election on Friday, exit polls showed.
The U.K. pound is set to end the week down more than 3 percent from when U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron set June 23 for the so-called Brexit referendum.
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U.K. telecoms giant has been ordered by the country's communications watchdog to open its cable network to rivals.
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