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Murdered journalist's son urges EU not to fund Malta pipeline
Matthew Caruana Galizia said it was "intolerable" and "unacceptable" that EU funds could support the pipeline.
Fallen former PM François Fillon appeals fraud conviction in Paris
Fillon's appeal, which takes the form of a full retrial, comes as the country begins preparing for new elections in April 2022.
EU approves €5 billion fund to help businesses post-Brexit
Ireland, the only EU country sharing a land border with the UK, will receive €1.1 billion, while France will benefit from €735 million.
Polish region revokes anti-LGBT declaration over loss of EU funding
The Polish region of Swietokrzyskie abandoned the idea of declaring itself an "LGBT-free zone" under pressure from Brussels.
Slovenia resumes funding for national press agency after EU pressure
The European Union had previously warned Ljubljana against any attempt to "pressure" the media.
Slovenia considers suspending funding to national press agency
Slovenia's prime minister Janez Janša has previously expressed dissatisfaction with the Slovenian Press Agency, but he stated that "no such decision" has yet been made.
UK minister resigns as plan to cut overseas aid sparks outcry
The UK is to cut its overseas aid budget, despite warnings from charities and politicians that the move will cost tens of thousands of lives.
EU funding withheld from six Polish towns over 'LGBT-free' zones
Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli, said: "EU values and fundamental rights must be respected by Member States and state authorities."
UK arts sector 'warmly welcomes' €1.7bn COVID-19 rescue package
The UK government says the "biggest ever one-off investment" in culture will help theatres, museums and galleries, music venues and cinemas to remain open.
Where's the money? Farming subsidy exposure creates stir in EP
An article in the New York Times has sparked a stir for the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture. According to the report, the European Union's agricultural subsidies are not reaching their intended destination, but rather populist politicians and their business circles.
Hungary tops EU anti-fraud investigations
OLAF The EU's anti fraud agency, has released a report saying almost four percent of development funding destined for Hungary between 2014-2018 is in question - by far the highest percentage in the EU.
Venice has come up with a new way to raise funds for landmark repairs
The city has partnered with Visa to promote card payments in exchange for funds.
‘Worst day’ tweet leads to ‘best week’ for local bookshop
A bookshop in the UK who tweeted about its worst trading day on Monday, has since been been flooded with support to record its “best week.”
Gaddafi’s son offers evidence that Libya funded Sarkozy election bid
Saif al-Islam, son of Libya’s ex-dictator Muammar Gaddafi, welcomes Nicolas Sarkozy’s detention – and offers evidence for claims first made to Euronews that Libya funded the former French president’s 2007 election bid.
Trump appeals, Lopez donates as celebrities rally to aid Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is in "deep trouble" tweets Donald Trump as Jennifer Lopez promises the island of her parents one million dollars.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund reaches $1 trillion
Known as the oil fund, it is now equivalent to 1.4 million Norwegian kroner for each of the country's 5.2 million citizens.
Malaysia's central bank joins North Korea funds probe
Malaysia's central bank says it is helping law enforcement agencies investigate the possible illegal flow of millions to North Korea.
Deutsche Bank: share sale details cause price slump
Shares of Germany's biggest banks fell sharply in value after it announced details of the sale of new shares needed to increase its capital reserves.
The broke billionaire: "Giving while living"
Former frugal billionaire turned philanthropist signs over last of his fortune
How to make millions heating empty sheds
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General Butt Naked pleads for funding and Liberia's forgiveness
A former notorious Liberian warlord "General Butt Naked," who repented of his atrocities and became a preacher seeks for funding for his project.
Bank of England eases rules for banks to encourage lending and meet Brexit challenge
Britain's central bank has announced further measures to protect from the effects of Brexit including lowering the amount of money that banks have to keep in reserve so more cash will be loaned out.