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  • UK Prime Minister David Cameron has called for an immediate halt to Russian tanks crossing the Ukraine border and has warned of “further consequences” for Russian President Vladimir Putin – REUTERS
  • Newly inaugurated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the path to European Union accession will continue more decisively, says Kurdish peace process and democratic reforms will be a priority – REUTERS
  • Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says the situation in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine is difficult but controllable (Interfax). A Ukrainian military spokesman added that Ukrainian forces have enough troops to stop Mariupol being seized – REUTERS
  • The UN says 43 peacekeepers in Golan Heights were detained by an armed group in Syria on Thursday. The UN is working for their release – REUTERS
  • Russia’s foreign ministry says sanctions imposed on the country by Switzerland are unfounded and are copying unfriendly steps by the US and EU – REUTERS
  • US President Barack Obama is to meet the National Security team at the White House on Thursday to discuss Islamic State, Iraq and Syria – WHITE HOUSE OFFICIAL
  • Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski calls Russia’s movements in Ukraine “aggression”, says this is the most serious security crisis in decades – REUTERS


  • Inditex looks to growth

    Inditex – Zara’s parent company – defied the economic crisis once more in the third quarter, but… 12/12/12 19:22 CET




  • Fed makes new rate pledge

    The Federal Reserve is significantly boosting its stimulus programme for the US economy and has… 12/12/12 19:10 CET

  • OPEC keeps output target

    OPEC’s oil ministers have agreed to keep the cartel’s output unchanged at 30 million barrels a day… 12/12/12 15:58 CET

  • Italy passes debt test

    Italy’s borrowing costs fell at its latest auction of short-term government bonds. That means… 12/12/12 13:48 CET


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