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Britons are losing their taste for European-style lager and are turning to bitter and ale instead, according to new research.
President Vladimir Putin has sounded more conciliatory toward the West recently, and there may be more of that coming.
Six people are seriously ill after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug.
A college in northern Russia has burned 53 books linked to a charity founded by hedge fund mogul George Soros, according to Russian media.
From books, to an unforgettable "packet of fairy dust". 2015's official list of gifts received by the British royal family has been revealed.
The BoE met for its first monetary policy meeting of the year on Thursday and voted 8-1 to hold rates at a record low of 0.5 percent.
Solving the debt battle would enable Argentina to return to global credit markets and stop financing the deficit with the printing presses.
Real Madrid and their neighbors Atletico Madrid have both been banned from signing new players for the next two transfer windows.
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Some European Central Bank policymakers wanted a bigger interest rate cut on the deposit facility in December, minutes showed on Thursday.
The volatility witnessed in Chinese stock markets last week needs to be seen in the context of broader market adjustments which will continue throughout this year, the CEO of Swiss investment bank UBS has said.
Large-scale involuntary migration is the most likely and serious problem facing the world in the next year and a half, according to a flagship report.
French carmaker Renault said fraud investigators inspected three of its sites in an emissions probe, news that wiped billions off its market value.
Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket chain, beat forecasts for UK sales over the key Christmas trading period, driven by lower prices, and said it was making good progress with its turnaround plan.
The Danish parliament is debating on Wednesday whether to introduce measures to seize refugees' possessions to help pay for their stay.
A crowdfunding campaign is hoping to send energy-generating soccer balls and skipping ropes to migrants living in Calais.
Barcelona forward Neymar has been ordered to appear in a court next month as one of the defendants in a fraud case.
The Lego Group is changing how it handles bulk orders, following a backlash against the group on social media.
Airbnb is under fire for property listings that critics say promote illegal Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territory.
Russia should consider selling state banking assets as plunging oil prices continue to batter the budget, the country's economy minister said.
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