Fri, 19 Oct 2018

Financial Supervisory Authority tells bank to get new boss

COPENHAGEN, Denmark - The Danish  Financial Supervisory Authority has rejected Danske Bank's preferred CEO to replace Thomas Borgen who resigned ...

EU Leaders Call For New Sanctions Regime Against Cyberattackers

BRUSSELS -- European Union leaders are calling for a new sanctions regime that would slap penalties on those found responsible ...

Fearing EU is Losing Brexit Patience, Britain's May Climbs Down

It had been billed as a "moment of truth" for the tortuous Brexit negotiations that have dragged on for more ...

Japan Exports Fall for First Time Since 2016

TOKYO - Japan recorded a trade surplus for September of 139.6 billion yen ($1.2 billion), but exports fell 1.2 percent ...

Firearms, motorcycle  recovered in Ifugao

TINOC, Ifugao, Oct. 17 (PIA) - - Government forces were able to recover firearms and a motorcycle after a 15-minute ...

UN Syria Envoy to Try to Move on Constitution Before Leaving

UNITED NATIONS - U.N. special envoy Staffan de Mistura said Wednesday he will make a final effort to advance toward ...

Cambodia's Hun Sen Aims to Dodge Trade Sanctions in Brussels Talks

In a move aimed at countering European criticism of his rule, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen arrived in Brussels on ...

Britain, EU Decide to Take Some Time in Getting Brexit Right

BRUSSELS - Leaders from the European Union and Britain shrugged off a weekend negotiating debacle and previous deadlines Wednesday, giving ...

European Governments Wrestle with Khashoggi Quandary

LONDON - European governments - in addition to the U.S. - appear perplexed about what action to take in response ...

The problem with being a net importer of wheat

October 16 is World Food Day and perhaps the most fitting thing to do would be to boast about South ...

Euro tour: Musical chairs in Bok pack?

Cape Town - It would be a reasonably "pleasant" headache ... but a headache nevertheless. Springbok head coach Rassie Erasmus ...

Bulgaria Tops EU Poverty Risk Ranking

Bulgaria had the highest share of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU in 2017, according ...

British, EU Leaders Meeting in Latest Attempt to Break Brexit Impasse

LONDON, UK - British Prime Minister Theresa May was facing off European leaders on Wednesday in a bid to hammer ...

US to Open Trade Talks With Britain, EU, Japan

The White House has announced plans to negotiate separate trade deals with Britain, the European Union and Japan. 'We are ...

Macron Seeks New Start in French Government Reshuffle in TV Speech

PARIS - President Emmanuel Macron made a rare televised address Tuesday to reassure the French public that all was under ...

US, EU condemn 'undue restrictions' on freedom of expression

Brussels [Belgium], October 16 (ANI): The European Union and the United States have condemned the 'undue restrictions' on freedom of ...

Brexit 'Moment of Truth' Approaching, EU Officials Say

LONDON - From Lough Foyle to Carlingford Lough, the border separating the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland snakes for ...

'High-Profile' Fugitive From Ukraine Who Faked Death Held In France

A 'high-profile fugitive' from Ukraine who faked his death and lived a 'lavish lifestyle' in France has been arrested, the ...

China Wants to Further Boost Ties in Central, East Europe

BELGRADE - An official says China wants to further boost cooperation with Central and Eastern Europe where it is already ...

Bok Euro tour: Heyneke's winning tips

Cape Town - The Springboks' shift back toward "traditional strengths" under Rassie Erasmus should stand them in good stead for ...

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Putin: ISIS has taken hundreds of people hostage in Syria

MOSCOW, Russia - The Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a revelation related to the ongoing war in Syria, that ...

Gang arrested after parental abductions sweep Australia

CANBERRA, Australia - A two year investigation by Australian Federal Police has netted a gang of four people involved in parental abductions. ...

Rift between Turkey and Saudi Arabia could unravel

The Oct. 2  disappearance  of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi at his country’s consulate in Istanbul has put a spotlight ...

Bomb explosion at college in Russia-annexed Crimea kills 18

MOSCOW, Russia - A bomb exploded at a college in the Black Sea region of Russian-annexed Crimea on Wednesday, leaving ...

Gunmen shoots scores of students at college in Crimean city

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - Up to nineteen people are dead, many of them students, after a student at a college in ...

Khashoggi family and UNHRC want transparent investigation

GENEVA, Switzerland - The UN Human Rights High Commissioner and the family of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi have called for ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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