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European Parliament votes for Robin Hood tax
European Parliament votes for Robin Hood tax
A €200-billion-a-year financial transactions tax should be levied on banks to discourage speculative trading, according to European legislators...
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European Parliament to vote on Barroso
European Parliament to vote on Barroso
The European Parliament agreed on Thursday to vote next week on José Manuel Barroso's bid for a second term as European Commission president,...
'Hitler didn't Twitter'
'Hitler didn't Twitter'
Does the election this week of two British National Party members, Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons, to the European Parliament signal the renewed...
EU vows economic leadership after assembly vote
EU vows economic leadership after assembly vote
European leaders pledged to steer the region through economic crisis after centre-right parties tightened their grip on the European Parliament in...
Sarkozy vows to push through Lisbon treaty
Sarkozy vows to push through Lisbon treaty
President Nicolas Sarkozy of France said on Thursday that there had been no need for Ireland to vote on the European Union's major reform package...
Are the Afrikaners not free enough?
Are the Afrikaners not free enough?
Some people simply lack a sense of occasion. It gets worse when these are public representatives.
IMF chief says worst of financial crisis is over
IMF chief says worst of financial crisis is over
The worst of the financial-sector crisis is over, although the impact on the broader economy will likely drag on in coming months, International...
EU puts Galileo test satellite into orbit
EU puts Galileo test satellite into orbit
The European Union launched the second and final test satellite for its $5,3-billion rival to the United States Global Positioning System on...
UN chief presses case in Burma for more aid
UN chief presses case in Burma for more aid
United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon flew to Burma on Thursday to press the ruling generals to allow a full-blown international aid effort for...
North Korea fetes torch with rally and songs
North Korea fetes torch with rally and songs
North Koreans waved flags, plastic flowers and danced in the streets of Pyongyang to welcome the Olympic torch on Monday after the destitute state...
Iraq suicide bomber slaughters dozens
Iraq suicide bomber slaughters dozens
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowd of mourners in northern Iraq on Thursday, killing at least 50 people, a police officer said.

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