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Sunday, August 17, 2014
German intelligence listened in on at least one telephone conversation of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and has spied on NATO ally Turkey for years, Der Spiegel will report on Sunday.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Seeing Iraq horror, Europe pledges aid and arms
The European Union on Friday forged a unified response to the rapid advance of Islamic militants in Iraq and the resulting refugee crisis, allowing direct arms deliveries to Kurdish fighters battling the Sunni insurgents. Several EU nations pledged more humanitarian aid.
Dutch forensic experts have identified a total of 127 victims of downed flight MH17, with 20 new names being released to families on Thursday, the Dutch national broadcaster said.
Friday, August 15, 2014
Given the launch of Apple's new iPhone model in September, a foreign brokerage forecast Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.'s quarterly sales to grow by 13 and 39 percent sequentially in the second half.
Economic recovery in the 18-country eurozone appeared to stall in the second quarter, as the main growth engines, France and Germany, ground to a standstill, data showed on Thursday.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Ukraine to deny entry to 'Putin's' convoy on suspicion of war cargo
A massive Russian aid convoy rumbled toward Ukraine's border on Wednesday as Kiev vowed to block what it feared could be a “Trojan horse” bringing military assistance to pro-Kremlin rebels fighting a bloody insurgency in the east.
A 4-year-old girl was recovering in hospital Wednesday after being lost for nearly two weeks in a bear-infested forest in the Russian far north with only her puppy to defend her.
Five French climbers were found dead on Wednesday on Mont Blanc, Europe's highest mountain, with a sixth member of the group still missing, local authorities said.
Spain reported Tuesday the steepest slide in consumer prices in nearly five years, a potentially worrying development as the eurozone fends off the threat of a deflationary spiral.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Spain's coastguard said it had rescued 267 sub-Saharan African migrants on Monday, including 39 women and three children who were among those trying to reach Spanish soil on a flotilla of small boats.
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