Friday, August 8, 2014
The foundation that operates the Wikipedia information website said Wednesday an EU court ruling on the right to be “forgotten” is creating “memory holes” in the Internet.
Italy fell back into recession Wednesday in a surprise setback that highlighted worries that the eurozone's fragile recovery, burdened by the Ukraine crisis, may be flagging.
German industrial production grew slightly in June, driven by rising construction output, data showed on Thursday.
Thursday, August 7, 2014
A first air strike hit the main rebel stronghold of Donetsk in east Ukraine Wednesday, as government forces preparing to retake the city said 18 soldiers were killed in clashes with rebels.
German 10-year bonds rose to a record high level on Wednesday as a haven for funds seeking safety from the Ukraine crisis, pushing down the country's borrowing costs to the lowest-ever interest rate of 1.103 percent.
London Mayor Boris Johnson indicated Wednesday that he would stand for election to the House of Commons next year, a move that could eventually position him as a successor to Prime Minister David Cameron.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
A British minister who was the first Muslim to sit in the cabinet resigned on Tuesday over the government's “morally indefensible” policy on Gaza.
A passenger plane was escorted into a British airport by a Royal Air Force (RAF) jet on Tuesday after the pilot reported a suspicious device on board, with police treating the incident as a “full emergency.”
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
A Russian border security official said Monday that more than 400 Ukrainian soldiers have crossed into Russia, although both sides gave conflicting accounts as to why they had decided to cross the border.
World leaders on Monday commemorated the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I, a small Balkans conflict that went global with the German invasion of neutral Belgium in August 1914.