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  • Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says the way some European nations classify refugees is not humane
  • France and Germany agree to propose a permanent and mandatory system to take in refugees and asylum seekers, especially Syrians, in the European Union
  • Turkish PM Davutoglu says Turkey will keep its doors open to refugees as it has done so far
  • EU’s Juncker proposes taking extra 120,000 refugees (European source)
  • Around ten dead and 100 wounded in twin bomb blasts in Cameroon town previously attacked by Boko Haram
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corporate

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    BHP Billiton has launched a hostile 30 billion euro bid for Potash Corporation. BHP’s boss Marius… 18/08/10 21:16 CET

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    A bumper debut for shares of China Everbright Bank. On their first day trading on the Shanghai… 18/08/10 19:06 CET

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    Danish shipping and oil group Moller-Maersk has enjoyed a rebound in earnings, posting a net profit… 18/08/10 19:06 CET

  • GM steers closer to China’s SAIC

    General Motors is deepening its ties with Chinese car-maker SAIC. They announced in Shanghai that… 18/08/10 19:06 CET

economy

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    One area that seems to survived the economic downturn is the gaming industry as evidenced by the… 18/08/10 19:06 CET

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