Europe

Europe’s Horse meat in beef scandal continues to spread

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The horse meat scandal in Europe continues to spread as investigators find more tainted beef products and consumers are roiling

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Iran Closer to Weapons-Grade Fuel, Experts

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Iran has advanced its nuclear program to where it will be able to produce weapons-grade fuel in two to four

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ECB cuts rates to new record low

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The European Central Bank cut interest rates to a record low on Thursday to breathe life into a deteriorating euro

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Western agreement ‘could leave Syria in Assad’s hands

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By: Robert Fisk

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria may last longer than his opponents believe – and with the tacit acceptance of Western leaders

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Analysis: Five myths about America’s decline

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By Ian Bremmer: Drawn-out wars, economic struggles, exploding debt — it’s easy to point to these signs and conclude that America is in an irreversible decline;

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Why Europe fears Hollande ?

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France’s presidential election has offered a glimpse of Europe in revolutionary mood. Yet it would be a mistake to draw

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The rather dangerous Monsieur Hollande

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IT IS half of the Franco-German motor that drives the European Union. It has been the swing country in the

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Amnesty International finds anti-Muslim bias in Europe

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Human rights group Amnesty International says Muslims who openly show their faith suffer widespread discrimination in Europe. In a new

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EU could cope without Iranian oil, says IEA

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The European Union could cope with an abrupt halt by Iran of oil exports to the region because buyers of

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West readies oil plan in case of Iran crisis, Reuters report

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Western powers this week readied a contingency plan to tap a record volume from emergency stockpiles to replace nearly all

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