Thursday, February 12, 2015
With all the noise and uncertainty surrounding Greece over the past couple of weeks, it's been easy to overlook the growing signs of economic recovery in Europe.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday denied knowing the women he took part in sex parties with were prostitutes, as he took the stand at his French trial on charges of aggravated pimping.
Two French families whose babies were switched at birth more than 20 years ago won nearly two million euros in compensation on Tuesday.
Intense fighting in Ukraine, including a rocket strike on Kiev's military headquarters in the east, killed at least 20 people on Tuesday on the eve of a four-way peace summit.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Police said Monday they came under fire in an infamous housing estate in the French city of Marseille after residents said “Kalashnikovs” were being fired, though no victims were reported.
France's ruling Socialists on Sunday narrowly won a key by-election, beating the far-right National Front candidate in what was President Francois Hollande's first major test since the Paris attacks.
Banking giant HSBC faced damaging claims Monday that its Swiss division helped wealthy customers dodge millions of dollars in taxes after a “SwissLeaks” cache of secret files emerged online.
London's development of renminbi offshore center is gaining speed as China's trade and investment flows with the UK increases and as the Chinese currency internationalizes, experts say.
Europe will launch an experimental “space plane” on Wednesday, a car-sized, wingless vessel whose 100-minute unmanned mission will inform the design of reusable spacecraft of the future.
Monday, February 9, 2015
French, German and Ukrainian leaders are to discuss a last-ditch peace bid for east Ukraine with Vladimir Putin on Sunday, after the U.S. called for “deeds” from the Russian leader accused of masterminding the conflict.1 Comment