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Fraud trial will make her the first member of the country’s royal family to face charges in court since the royalty was restored in 1975
Tech giant reopens its online store in Russia, but with much higher prices
Russia's energy minister sees Turkey as an important, reliable trade partner
Former finance minister says Russian sovereignty doesn't preclude economic, trade and financial relations with Europe and the US.
German economy hurt by effects of sanctions; Merkel and business call for cooperation
Terrorist motive ruled out Dijon deputy public prosecutor
Ruble climbs on Monday morning
Spain's Real Madrid topples 2-0 Argentina's San Lorenzo in final game in Morocco
Death toll in Ebola outbreak rises to 7,373 out of 19,031 cases in West Africa
Croatian foreign minister warns prosecution of war crime suspects in Serbia is a benchmark test toward the European Union
New sanctions aimed at putting pressure on Russia’s economy over Ukraine crisis, come on the heels of US and EU sanctions
Influential U.S.-based credit rating agency downgrades Ukraine rating to triple-C-minus, the lowest possible score before failure to pay
Just the snarling of the racist -- and the silence of the other riders. A Muslim reporter's fear on the Paris metro.
Seismologists say it is impossible to predict when the tremors in Tuscany will end
The explosion occurred in a factory located some 260 km east of Sofia
Gunners travel north to face Brendan Rodgers' misfiring Liverpool on Saturday
British women are not allowed to join infantry or armored corps, but they can serve in other combat positions
The ruble fluctuates between minor gains and losses against the dollar and euro on Friday
Serbia's foreign minister expresses disappointment over the gas pipeline's cancellation
Croatia's deputy prime minister and foreign minister says sitting at the table is important for Turkey in its EU membership bid
Sanctions not intended to weaken Russian economy 'but to effectuate a change in relations,' says German foreign ministry spokeswoman
At least 1,000 workers vent anger against EU for pursuing free trade pact with US that workers say could threaten public services
The Danish parliament has approved a long-awaited bill to allow dual citizenship in Denmark after Danes made a sustained demand for it at home and abroad
Amid ruble's tumble in value, clothing companies halt deliveries to Russian retailers
Government plans to allow companies involved in cancelled South Stream Pipeline project to begin feasibility studies anyway, to avoid having the government pay compensation
The ruble makes small gain Friday morning, but RTS index continues to contract
Donald Tusk says the EU needs a strategy for Ukraine, Russia is the strategic problem
The Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014 allows the U.S. to help Ukraine restore its sovereignty and territorial integrity
Napolitano, 89, president himself confirmed his resignation which he said was because of his age
The program calls for setting up a European Fund for Strategic Investments in the European Investment Bank to mobilize €315 billion in new investments
Kosovo's highest court sentenced a German woman, who has been on trial since 2012, to 12 years in prison and ordered her to pay a $30,000 fine in the infamous 'passport case' Thursday
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said Germany is ready to do its bit to provide humanitarian assistance for Syrian refugees
Eric Abidal, French star defender for the Greek Olympiakos team, is set to announce his retirement from professional football Friday
The ruble made gains against the dollar and the euro in the morning, but continued its slide after midday
Lawmaker charged with possessing child pornography says films he purchased were 'legal' but not 'ethical.'
Bosnia lifts visa requirements for citizens of 10 countries, bringing total number to 72.
Despite fall in value of ruble, Sberbank will not institute controls on withdrawals or the buying or selling of currency
The new pipeline will start from the Slovakia-Ukraine border and reach the border between Turkey and Bulgaria
Dortmund and Wolfsburg draw 2-2
EU bans European companies from exporting goods used in the exploration and production of oil, gas and minerals to Crimea
Russian president made remarks during annual Q&A session with journalists
The ruble's value fell against the dollar and euro to 61.29 and 75.91 respectively in midday trading today, despite the slight recovery seen early Thursday morning.
Putin earlier announced pipeline project via Bulgaria would be cancelled
Norwegian energy company Statoil, which suspended 5 rigs in the last 2 months, granted $610 million for development of its gas fields
Borussia Dortmund's German winger Marco Reus is given a traffic ticket of €540,000 for unlicensed driving
The Russian central bank's press service has issued a press release revealing a series of measures aimed at stabilizing the volatile financial sector.
The ruble lost 20% of its value on Tuesday
Greek Parliament fails to elect governments’ candidate for presidency, Stavros Dimas
Human rights center wants German Federal Prosecutor to investigate members of Bush administration
Recently retired footballer Thierry Henry signs with Sky Sports for €30 million contract for six years
10 point declaration was adopted by 126 of the 196 parties to the Convention
Members of European Parliamant want investigation of any help EU member countries gave the CIA in its rendition, torture and secret detention of terrorism suspects
Last games in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague will be played in Round 10 and the Top 16 stage will begin on Dec. 30
Official inquiry rules that British soldiers' conduct fell below army standards
Budget widely criticized, as only €21 billion comes from EU funds
Experienced defender Glen Johnson sidelined with groin injury
High-speed railway can travel 124 miles (200 kilometers) per hour and will cut travel time between the two capitals from eight hours to just under 2.5 hours.
Libby Lane describes move as 'a remarkable day for her and a historic day for the Church.'
Russian consumers also suffer as Apple halts sales and foreign car deliveries halted
Russian president talks with leaders of Germany, France and Ukraine about creating lasting peace in Ukraine
Delegates discuss infrastructure development, management of oil and gas assets, and project finance
Russia suffers as sanctions bite economy; will crisis make Ukraine conflict too costly?
Spanish team Real Madrid thrash Mexican club Cruz Azul 4-0 in Marrakech
The ruble lost 20 percent of its value against the dollar and the euro Tuesday
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said his country's goal is to invest in infrastructure to make Serbia a bridge between East and West
New sanctions bill require the American president to impose at least three sanctions on Russia-owned arms firms or related entities
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said 'the main priority, without doubt, relates to growth and employment.'
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry: 'There are signs of constructive choices' from Russia in Ukraine conflict discussions
Italian PM Renzi: Turkey must be included in EU, on condition there is respect for European principles
According to a bill, employing preachers from abroad would be prohibited
Serbian PM Vucic and Chinese Transport Minister Chuantang reach agreement on details for the project.
Thousands of poultry to be slaughtered, Agriculture Ministry says -- disease could be transmitted to humans.
Despite recent exchanges of criticism, EU calls cooperation with Turkey 'crucial.'
Switzerland's tightened sanctions will affect 13 people and five organizations
Fabius calls for Security Council to fix 'calendar and framework' for a negotiated end to the conflict
Opposition official warns that any parties to Syrian solution must be impartial and not allied with Syrian regime
Chinese prime minister in Serbia for regional economic talks.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Brende: We will be a reliable energy supplier for years to come, even increasing supply if necessary
Ruble's slide continues, pressuring the already troubled Russian economy
Green Party VP wants Christian Democratic Union to avoid language of right-wing extremists.
Spanish, Moroccan police arrest members of gang suspected of recruiting female fighters for Syria, Iraq
The International Basketball Federation FIBA made the announcement on Tuesday
Ruble now down to 74 per dollar, and no end in sight, despite interest rate hikes
Reporters Without Borders says 'carefully-staged threats and beheadings are being used for very clear purposes.'
Germany has largest trade surplus in Euro-zone at 161 billion euros for the first 9 months.
Two interest rate hikes, bringing key rate to 17 percent, have no impact on ruble's decline
Real Madrid's Portuguese powerhouse Ronaldo is on fire as he is leading La Liga's top scorer list with 25 goals
The U.K.’s Consumer Prices Index in November slipped to one percent
Israel and US likely to stay away from international conference of the Fourth Geneva Convention states on Israeli-Palestinian conflict
17-year-old CSKA Moscow player Gagloyev dies of heart attack during his team's training session
The Russian central bank announced that it has raised the interest rate to 17 percent.
A 37-year-old French football star, veteran forward Thierry Henry, has announced his retirement on Facebook.
It argues that a major submarine ridge of the Arctic Ocean is an extension of its autonomous Greenland
Foreign Ministers of the European Union agreed Monday to revive Bosnia and Herzegovina’s bid to join the 28-nation bloc.
As many as 100 people are now under investigation in the so-called Mafia Capitale probe
'Russian state has, in accordance with international law, every right to dispose of its legitimate nuclear arsenal according to its own interests,' says Lavrov
The alliance has seen a substantial increase in Russian activity around NATO borders, says Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Bosnia voted against the accession of Kosovo to the U.S. Adriatic Charter, which aims to strengthen security and democracy in member countries
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said there is no place in Germany for agitation and defamation against immigrants
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