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EU institutions want to keep people safe online as well as off, when it comes to low-quality products, high prices and scams.
A girl in London reportedly opened a card to find a message inside claiming to be from inmates at Shanghai's Qingpu Prison.
The ruling, by the European Court of Justice said the labels could no longer imply that goods produced came from Israel itself.
A report published by the European Commission showed that almost a third of branded foods sold in the bloc has the same or similar packaging, but different contents.
Cuba imports 60 to 70% of its food and blames the latest shortages on the decades long US trade embargo.
The lingerie retailer is losing out as customers switch to other brands.
Given the 'gilets jaunes' protests, this could prove to be controversial.
Police in Essex have opened an investigation after part of a human bone was discovered inside a pair of socks purchased from Primark in December.
Black Friday has long been a retail tradition in America, where discount sales the day after Thanksgiving signal the start of the Christmas shopping countdown.
But it is now well-established in Europe.
John Lewis & Partners are relying on singer Elton John to boost sales as the retailer launches its annual festive advertising campaign
The figure goes beyond expectations but economists warn of difficult times ahead
Marks and Spencer to close 100 stores by 2022
The company said operating profit fell 62 percent in the three months through February
The demise of the iconic store leaves tens of thousands of US staff facing unemployment