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Company releases financial statement comparing January-September 2014 figures to same period in 2013
French president urges two nations to start a new period of bilateral relations
Ethnic conflict and a slow economy trouble Kosovar politics and business
Catalan giants proceed to semi-final of Copa del Rey, Neymar scores two goals at Vicente Calderon Stadium
David Ginola feeling disappointed with how FIFA is managing world football scene
Welsh player says he is happy to play for Spanish giants
According to statement on La Liga's official website, Ronaldo received red card for kicking opponent in the 82nd minute of play
Government estimates some 1,300 French nationals currently involved in Syria and Iraq fighting
Public face of Germany’s anti-Islam movement steps down
Foreign fighters with 'no blood on their hands' returning to Europe should not be imprisoned, says EU anti-terror chief
Decision paves the way for nationals from other countries that have signed bilateral agreements banning same-sex marriage to marry in France
Vice Chancellor Gabriel says reducing the public debt would be unfair to German and European taxpayers
European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici said that the commission is committed to continuing to provide assistance to Greece
Belgian politician likens government's plans to revoke foreign fighter citizenship to methods used by Nazis
Case was referred to European Court of Human Rights last June following Swiss conviction
Pope Francis orders special investigation into allegations
The agreement includes a defense pact between Russia and Abkhazia that obligates both sides to come to each other's aid in the event of aggression
The 40th Cesar Awards take place Feb. 20 at Paris’ Chatelet Theater, just two days before the Oscars ceremony in the United States
The first attempt on former Russian spy Litvinenko's life took place on Oct. 16, 2006, in London, allegedly at the behest of Russian President Putin
Davutoglu's chief advisor sees 2015 as a chance for both peoples to renew ties and look forward
Mayor of Paris revealed highlights of her anti-pollution plan that she will present on Feb. 9 to the Municipal Council of Paris
Prof. Salman Sayyid told AA Charlie Hebdo was 'pandering to the Islamophobia of the French establishment'
A second attempt to build a nuclear power plant in Lithuania is a hot topic on the agenda of the Baltic States nowadays
Plan calls for support for small- and medium-sized businesses, reductions in government spending, and protection for those most vulnerable to inflation
PM Dmitry Medvedev warns of retaliation if EU cuts Russia off from SWIFT system
'Ukraine’s front line for freedom is ours as well.'
Ukraine's parliament approves statement calling on states to recognize Russia as an 'aggressor state.'
Ministries reformed and appointments named a day after new premier is sworn in.
Rights to privacy, freedom of information and expression, a fair trial and freedom of religion are all endangered, says EU rights body.
Turkey's Vice Consul in Greece’s Komotini city, Murat Ertas, says the people who called for help are now suspected of being illegal migrants
Regional banker shoots dead three colleagues before killing himself
Suspects were allegedly recruiting fighters for Iraq and Syria or were returning from the conflicts, says Interior Minister.
Joachim Gauck says remembering Holocaust remains a necessity for every citizen.
Spanish La Liga leaders Real Madrid makes a comeback against Cordoba, while Portuguese star Ronaldo is shown a red card in the match
Leaders of 28 EU member states warn of further sanctions against Russia in a rare joint statement
Immediate effect already priced in, but broader worries will lead to volatility, analysts say
Turkish-speaking minority fearful amid renewed fighting between Kiev and pro-Russia separatists
Public inquiry will cover possible involvement of Russian government and British spies in case of Alexander Litvinenko who died in 2006
Dmitry Medvedev salutes Red Army soldiers who liberated Nazi death camp in 1945.
Famous Greek singer, Demis Roussos, whose albums sold more than 60 million copies worldwide, died at 68 on Sunday night
Credit rating agency, Standard & Poor, has lowered Russia's rating to the "highest speculative" level BB+.
Experts detect increased use of veto right by permanent members of the UN Security Council in recent years
Anti-Islam group fails to draw high numbers in cities other than in its stronghold, Dresden
'The Ukrainian government has decided to institute the state of emergency in Donetsk and Luhansk,' announced PM Yatsenyuk.
Russian police enter Crimean Tatar television station building to search for February 2014 videos of demonstrations in which two died, prior to Russian annexation of peninsula
Six people injured seriously after F-16 crashes at military airbase in central Spain
Phone taken from cell belonging to Djamel Beghal weeks after fatal attack on Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris
Calls for debts to be scrapped will be rejected by EU police makers, finance minister warns new Greek government
Russian president claims NATO is using the Ukrainian military as a 'foreign legion' to contain Russia
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has said all parties in the conflict must implement the Minsk Agreement signed on Sept. 5.
Leader of leftist Syriza party becomes youngest PM in history of Greece shortly after coalition government agreed with right-wing Independent Greeks
Berlin urges Greek leftist leader Tsipras to honor commitments and proceed with austerity reforms
Former campaign treasurer to Nicolas Sarkozy among defendants accused of abusing frail 92-year-old L'Oreal heiress
Leader of Independent Greeks declares 'there is now a government' after agreeing partnership with leftists.
During an official visit to Turkey, Hungarian FM Szijjarto discussed energy, trade and EU membership with Turkish counterpart
Court rules that naming newborn girls 'Nutella' or 'Strawberry' could cause difficulty later in life
Following fatal attacks on Charlie Hebdo headquarters, Paris students argue education contributing to social division in France
Election victory of radical party coalition poses threat of default on bailout loans, and a breakdown of austerity-based reform package
Both sides agree on necessity for immediate ceasefire in Ukraine
PEGIDA founder Lutz Bachmann revealed the movement's real sentiments last week when he posted on a social networking site a photograph of himself sporting a hair style and moustache as worn by Hitler
Anti-austerity party becomes victorious in Sunday's general election with over 35 percent of votes; leader Tsipras to hold coalition talks with like-minded ANEL on Monday
More than 17,000 people took to the streets in Dresden, despite growing suspicion over the organizers of the right-wing populist PEGIDA
Ukraine government forces have killed around 600 armed separatists in the last three days, says President Poroshenko
Dutch UN peacekeeping force was stationed six kilometers from Srebrenica during 1995 massacre
Bodies of six French skiers were found Sunday
Theme of conflict dominates World Economic Forum
21 wounded in rally where protesters called on a minister to resign and for Trepca mine company to be nationalized
Latest opinion polls show leftist opposition Syriza Party ahead of ruling center-right New Democracy Party by at least 5 percent
Rally marks end of New Democracy party's campaign with Samaras heavily criticizing rival Syriza party's financial program as hurtful to middle class
France and U.S. call for solidarity in fight against terrorism
Ukrainian army also detained five people and destroyed four pro-Russian separatist vehicles
Germany’s anti-Islam movement to test support base amid growing skepticism about group's actions
Hollande calls on companies and investors to join in 'fighting climate change'
Russian president accuses Kiev of issuing 'criminal orders' to use artillery and rocket launchers indiscriminately
Germany signals free trade talks with Russia in exchange for 'comprehensive peace' in Ukraine
Schauble denies reports Berlin has prepared for the possibility Greece may leave the euro if Syriza party wins Greek elections
Currency market players 'would see opportunities' in central bank's measures, billionaire currency investor warns
Russia's largest bank, Sberbank, wants to finance new natural gas pipeline planned to pass through Turkey, said banks's Deputy Chairman
Support for Russian companies, small businesses and social spending make up bulk of new measures aimed at supporting ailing Russian economy
After Sony and Emirates, three famous firms – Castrol, Continental and Johnson and Johnson – also sever ties with troubled footballing body
Russia 'being put in its place' through use of sanctions, Igor Shuvalov tells Davos delegates
Real Madrid travel to Cordoba Saturday for first match of Spanish football league's week 20.
Mark Carney says that market solutions are no longer sufficient guides to public policy
Just two days before general elections in Greece, leftist opposition party Syriza is gaining a tidal wave of support on the back of its anti-auterity agenda
In just seven days the central bank spent nearly $7bn of its reserves
U.K. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has praised Turkey’s efforts to stop the flow of foreign fighters traveling to join ISIL in Iraq and Syria
Racist and anti-Islamic Flemish politician attacks Quran at federal parliament in Belgium on Thursday
Action halted after Prime Minister Mustafa says government has taken necessary steps to prevent bankruptcy
NATO's top military commander says communication with Russian counterparts is 'important'
Italian FM: Italy's 'security structures are alerted and they function, but that does not allow us to lower the level of concern at all'
Nasdaq and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development experts say Turkey offers great investment opportunities
Central bank to purchase €60 billion per month of euro-denominated government debt.
Intelligence chief says Germany should share information with Turkey and Ankara take stronger measures to stop radicals travelling to Syria
Mayor of Antwerp bars far-right rally and counter-demonstration amid 'high terror threat' in Belgium
Main refinancing rate left at 0.05 percent ahead of expected stimulus announcement
With Kyrgyzstan, the union will have a total of five members, including Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Armenia
Crewman had been missing since fatal ship collision in December
Ivan and Igor Karadzic to play as rivals in match between Croatia and Bosnia as part of World Men's Handball Championship in Qatar
At least nine people killed and dozens wounded after mortars hit tram station
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