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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 – REUTERS
  • Hungary’s ruling Fidesz Party proposes a cap on planned Internet tax (statement) – REUTERS
  • Sierra Leone: two dead in the east of the country following violence linked to Ebola (doctors and locals) – AFP
  • The European Parliament approves Jean-Claude Juncker’s new European Commission by 423 votes to 209 – REUTERS
  • North Korea’s news agency KCNA reports leader Kim Jong-un released American Jeffrey Fowle considering ‘repeated requests of US President Obama’ – REUTERS



  • Citi begins more layoffs

    Citigroup has started a round of layoffs among its London-based investment bankers as it cuts 4,500… 07/12/11 14:44 CET




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  • Molotovs in central Athens

    A protester throws a petrol bomb against riot police guarding the parliament in Athens’ Syntagma… 07/12/11 12:20 CET




  • Vinokourov hits back

    Kazkahstan’s Alexandre Vinokourov is taking legal action against Swiss magazine L’Illustré over a… 07/12/11 21:37 CET

  • Khan vs Peterson

    World champion Amir Khan has admitted he is expecting a tough challenge from America’s Lamont… 07/12/11 21:26 CET

  • Champions League round-up

    Chelsea clinched top spot in Group E of the Champions League with an emphatic 3-0 win over Valencia… 07/12/11 08:20 CET

  • Champions League preview

    Manchester City’s Champions League future hangs by a thread as they head into their final group … 07/12/11 08:20 CET

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