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  • German government source says decisions on economic policy in Europe will be made in December, EU summit this week should clarify procedures, although no specific decisions are expected to be made – REUTERS
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  • Sierra Leone: two dead in the east of the country following violence linked to Ebola (doctors and locals) – AFP
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cinema

  • A Prophet/Neuilly Sa Mere

    Two new French films have hit the screens in Belgium and France this week. A Prophet is the… 28/08/09 16:18 CET

corporate

economy

  • Record deflation in Japan

    Just days before Japan’s general election, new figures showed record deflation there and the… 28/08/09 21:03 CET

  • Euro zone more upbeat

    Euro zone businesses and people living in the region are feeling more optimistic about the state of… 28/08/09 21:03 CET

  • US consumer spending up again

    Consumer spending in the United States edged up in July, largely driven by the government’s car… 28/08/09 21:03 CET

europa

interview

le mag

  • Da Vinci on show

    A touring exhibition called “The Genius and his Machines” has arrived in Rome. The show presents a… 28/08/09 16:18 CET

markets

  • Friday 28th August

    Europe’s stock markets closed at their highest in 10 months after two days of losses, led by… 28/08/09 20:38 CET

reporter

world news

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