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April 28, 2017

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Eurozone stock markets rose Thursday as investors zoned in on the upcoming French presidential election, while London fell further as the pound rose against the dollar.
London's stock market flattened Wednesday following the previous session's sharp fall that had been triggered by a rallying pound after Britain called a snap general election.
How Spain became a leader globally in organ transplants
Juan Benito Druet has just learned that his life may be about to change.
Turkish stocks and the lira strengthened on Monday after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan narrowly won a referendum on expanding his powers, with investors hoping the outcome would bring much-needed stability.
A steam train clocked 100 miles (161 kilometers) per hour on Britain's mainline railway network for the first time in almost 50 years on Wednesday.
European stock markets drifted apart in subdued trade on Tuesday, as investors took to the sidelines following last week's Syria strike and saber-rattling on the Korean Peninsula.
Rising clothing and food prices kept British annual inflation at its highest level in three and a half years in March, official data showed on Tuesday.
Old Czech mining tradition is saved by a lithium boom
A surge in global use of lithium, a key component in electric batteries, is leading to the revival of a centuries-long mining tradition in the Czech Republic's Ore Mountains.
Ukraine's reformist central bank chief Valeriya Gontareva submitted her resignation on Monday after coming under pressure from tycoons whose banks were shut down for illegal transactions and loans.
London finance chief upbeat after Brexit trigger
The outlook for London's financial sector has improved since Brexit was triggered, insists the man charged with its policy, even as banks remain set to move some jobs abroad.
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