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Tsipras braves Parliament over bailout as Greece outlook worsens
Tsipras braves Parliament over bailout as Greece outlook worsens
With Greece's finances deteriorating rapidly and its banks on the verge of collapse, the European Union has proposed a four-week bridging loan...
EU ban lift an attempt to 'hoodwink' Africa - Zanu-PF
EU ban lift an attempt to 'hoodwink' Africa - Zanu-PF
The European Union's decision to lift a travel ban on Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe while he serves as African Union chairperson is "inconsequential", his ruling party said on Wednesday....
Europe's imports decision leaves SA's citrus future hanging
Europe's imports decision leaves SA's citrus future hanging
The European Commission's decision on citrus black spot has ended uncertainty, but the future of the industry hangs in the balance, the Citrus...
EU probes Real Madrid, Barcelona over illegal aid
EU probes Real Madrid, Barcelona over illegal aid
The European Commission on Wednesday launched an investigation into seven Spanish football clubs, including Barcelona and Real Madrid, after...
Cops get brutal in Kiev crackdown
Cops get brutal in Kiev crackdown
Thousands of riot police carried out a co-ordinated attack on barricades in Kiev this week – a determined and unexpected crackdown on...
EU, SA talk exports after citrus disease scare
EU, SA talk exports after citrus disease scare
International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and European commission – European Union's executive body – vice-president...
Mali seeks €2bn in aid from EU
Mali seeks €2bn in aid from EU
"Tomorrow we will commit €520-million for Mali between 2013 and 2014," European Commission President José Manuel Barroso told reporters ahead of a conference of aid donors in Brussels on Wednesday....
Europe in limbo as economic chiefs debate the future
Europe in limbo as economic chiefs debate the future
This comes as Brussels joined the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in raising concerns over the impact of public spending cuts.
Cyprus, Russia deal falls through
Cyprus, Russia deal falls through
Analysts said the deal fell through because Russia calculated that Cyprus was too economically vulnerable to assume the risks.
Lack of browser choice lands Microsoft €561m fine
Lack of browser choice lands Microsoft €561m fine
Microsoft was fined €561-million by the European Commission (EC) for failing to give users a choice of web browser when they logged into Windows computers in Europe between May 2011 and July 2012...
Ailing economies warned to pull up their socks
Ailing economies warned to pull up their socks
Spain: The commission gave the country an extra year to carry out one of the harshest deficit cuts in Europe and offered to rescue its ailing...

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