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Around a hundred people were injured and nine people died on Tuesday as two trains collided in the southern German state of Bavaria, police said.
The threat of “trolling” is forcing young people to self-censor, holding back the development of the internet, experts warn.
Poland has ramped up its investment in alternative energy, installing almost 1.3 gigawatts of wind power in 2015.
Vestas reported stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter operating profit and said it expected 2016 sales to rise to at least 9 billion euros.
Swedish bank Swedbank said on Tuesday Chief Executive Michael Wolf was stepping down with immediate effect.
Equity markets around the world were met with extreme bearish sentiment on Monday, as global growth worries and the tactics of central banks came under renewed scrutiny.
Following the furor around bad loans, the head of one of Italy's biggest banks said now could be the time to buy Italian real estate and Europe's bank stocks.
Legislation being drafted by the EU could force multinationals to reveal details of their tax arrangements, according to the Guardian.
The pressure of thousands of migrants could push the country back towards an exit from the euro zone, analysts Eurasia Group have warned.
Russia is exploring international bond issuance for the first time since the war in Ukraine sparked sanctions from the west.
The London home of one of Britain's best-known prime ministers is on the market for £30 million ($43.5 million).
Credit Suisse's chief executive has announced he is waiving part of his bonus after the bank reported its first full-year loss since 2008.
The latest data showing weak private sector credit flows in the euro area suggest that might well be the case.
Alexanda Kotey is one in the group of Islamic State militants known as the Beatles, according to a Washington Post investigation.
A dramatic decline in Russian travel has left former vacation hotspots like Turkey and Egypt hard hit, but outbound may be about to recover.
The EU has detailed a plan to send more guards and even troops to Macedonia's border with Greece in a bid to stem the flow of migrants, the FT reports.
Global output is slowing and easing in Chinese policy means 2016 could be the start of a turnaround for the steel industry.
The global economy seems trapped in a "death spiral" that could lead to further weakness in oil prices, recession and a serious equity bear market, Citi has warned.
U.S. giants such as Apple and Microsoft buying U.K. artificial intelligence (AI) start-ups as Britain becomes the go-to place for the tech.
Portugal's budget for 2016 was judged to be "at risk of non-compliance" with European Union rules.
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Cryptocurrencies are more than just a new asset class, according to ADS Securities CEO Philippe Ghanem.
The Bank of England will be forced to hike interest rates in November but is unlikely to hike a second time, Rob Wood, chief U.K. economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, discusses potential policy moves from the U.S. Federal Reserve.