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Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor

    Charlie Hebdo attacks set to deepen cultural rifts in Europe
    Charlie Hebdo attacks set to deepen cultural rifts in Europe
    A deadly attack on a French satirical magazine that lampooned Islam seems certain to fuel rising anti-immigration movements around Europe and inflame...
    The great divide as Europe tackles debt fears
    The great divide as Europe tackles debt fears
    Europe divided on Friday in a historic rift over building a fiscal union to preserve the euro, with a large majority of countries led by Germany...
    Conflicting visions at core of eurozone crisis
    Conflicting visions at core of eurozone crisis
    Since the inception of the euro, France and Germany have pursued divergent visions of European economic and monetary union. In two decades, the...
    Eurozone: Will Greece stay or will it go?
    Eurozone: Will Greece stay or will it go?
    The leaders of Germany and France told Greece on Wednesday it would not receive another cent in European aid until it decides whether it wants to...
    ECB exit worsens Stark crisis
    ECB exit worsens Stark crisis
    The resignation of a top German official at the European Central Bank (ECB) could hardly have come at a worse time for euro zone policymakers as...
    Defections tighten noose around Gaddafi
    Defections tighten noose around Gaddafi
    The noose is tightening around Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and his family after his foreign minister and another top diplomat defected in the...
    Cautious CEOs count on Brics for growth
    Cautious CEOs count on Brics for growth
    Global business leaders pinned their hopes on roaring growth in emerging markets at the start of the annual Davos forum on Wednesday but rising...
    Sarkozy denies reports of illegal funding
    Sarkozy denies reports of illegal funding
    President Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday denied allegations that his party had received illegal campaign donations in cash from France's richest woman...
    Sasol fined in crackdown on illegal cartel
    Sasol fined in crackdown on illegal cartel
    South Africa's Sasol was among nine petrochemicals companies fined a total of €676-million by the European Commission for forming a "paraffin...
    Georgia, Russia clash over truce 'violations'
    Georgia, Russia clash over truce 'violations'
    Georgia accused Russia of breaking a shaky ceasefire in their six-day-old conflict on Wednesday, a charge strongly denied by Moscow.
    EU gropes for coherent line on China
    EU gropes for coherent line on China
    As the Beijing Olympic Games highlight China's emergence as a world power, the European Union is struggling to take a coherent approach to the...
    France launches Med Union with high hopes
    France launches Med Union with high hopes
    Leaders from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East launched a 43-nation Union for the Mediterranean on Sunday pledging practical cooperation...