"Now the really exciting bit, we're passing between the atmosphere and the ring system of Saturn"
Head of Planetary Science, Mullard Space Science Laboratory
"When the first observations became available, then it really changed everything."
Professor of Astrophysics, University College London
"We will stand together in spite of oppression, terrorism"
"It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest"
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"Russia brazenly interfered in our 2016 presidential election process"
Former CIA Director
"The siege has stopped all forms of life in Gaza"
Mohamad Al Saiqaly
Student at Al Azhar University
"One of the main victories that Daech has reaped is to have strongly influenced the Brexit vote"
Terrorism researcher, Ecole Royale Militaire, Brussels
"(The agreement) moves our relationship with Apple from being adversaries in court to business partners"
Nokia's Chief Legal Officer
European shares finished sharply lower after a day of choppy trading.
Indexes slumped after new figures showed a drop in US consumer confidence
European stocks fluctuated during the day and finished slightly down snapping a nine session winning streak.
Of the region’s biggest bourses
European shares finished ahead for the seventh straight session but did trim their gains near the end of trading.
The biggest gainers were
European finished up for the third straight session hitting a two-week high.
Banks were the top gainers, including HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds Banking
International markets have reacted badly to a US bank bail-out proposal worth more than a trillion euros. The Dow Jones closed 4.6 percent down last
US manufacturing output dropped to its lowest level since the 1981-82 recession in November, according to figures released today.
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