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  • French fighter jets destroyed 12 buildings in Iraq holding weapons under control of Islamic State militants
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  • Volvo truck sales slump

    Volvo is having increasing difficulty in finding customers in the global downturn. The… 20/05/09 21:09 CET

  • GM sees three bidders for Opel

    Potential investors in GM’s Opel and Vauxhall have started to submit their buyout strategies… 20/05/09 21:09 CET



  • Russia flaunts size with EU

    The last European Union summit with Russia was hosted by France, and it was held on the Riviera, in… 20/05/09 21:09 CET

  • EU, China trade respect

    The Czech EU Presidency has said dialogue with China will include extremely important human rights… 20/05/09 21:09 CET


le mag

  • Mawazine rocks on

    The Mawazine Music Festival in Rabat continues to attract huge crowds this week. The Joubran Trio… 20/05/09 16:01 CET


  • Wednesday 20th May

    After fluctuating between positive and negative .. European shares finished up over one percent… 20/05/09 21:09 CET

questions for europe

  • A Parliament 20% legitimate?

    A German voter asks: “Will the European Parliament still have legitimacy if less than 20% of… 20/05/09 21:09 CET


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