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Russian energy giant Gazprom has been charged by the European Commission with abusing its dominant market position in Central and Eastern European gas markets. The...

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Oil prices will rise further, say industry leaders at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Indonesia. Industry leaders at the meeting in Jakarta...

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South Korean PM Lee Wan-koo has offered to resign after facing accusations of accepting bribes. President Park Geun-hye has not said if she will accept...

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Leaders of far-right Golden Dawn party are among 69 people who have gone on trial in Greece on charges including murder and being part...

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Polls have opened in Finland, amid hopes that a new government will pull the country out of its three-year economic slump. PM Alexander Stubb and...

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At least two Cuban dissidents will be standing for the first time in municipal elections on April 19. Hildebrando Chaviano is an independent journalist and...

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According to German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble, Greece would struggle to find creditors outside the EU and IMF. Wolfgang Schauble said Greece would be welcome...

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China's growth slowed further in Q1 2015, expanding 7% compared to a year earlier, its slowest pace since the global financial crisis in 2009. The...

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The Greek government has dismissed media reports that the country is preparing to default on its loans if it cannot reach agreement on its...

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Marco Rubio has announced he will run for the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election. The 43-year-old Florida senator said on a conference call...

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Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder of France’s National Front (FN), has announced he is pulling out of regional elections amid a row with his...

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Hillary Clinton has launched her campaign to become the first woman US president. The former secretary of state also announced a tour of key states...

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Turkish state television TRT has banned the main opposition party's election campaign advertisement because it directly targets the government. The Republican People's Party (CHP) accused...

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Hillary Clinton is to announce her 2016 presidential bid on Sunday, April 12, according to Democrats sources. The forms secretary of state’s announcement will most...

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France's far-right Front National (FN) leader Marine Le Pen has said she will move to stop her father Jean-Marie Le Pen from standing in...

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Greece’s PM Alexis Tsipras has arrived in Moscow for talks with President Vladimir Putin, as his country struggles with a debt crisis. Alexis Tsipras will...

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How much money do the top leaders of some of the world's leading nations earn annually? Here's a list of the most recent official data (converted...

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has announced his 2016 White House bid. The Republican wrote on his website: "I am running for president to return our...

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Germany owes Greece nearly €279 billion ($303 billion) in war reparations for the Nazi occupation during World War Two, the Greek government says. It is...

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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has admitted he accidentally described himself as Hispanic. The New York Times has revealed that Jeb Bush identified himself as...

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Cyprus government has decided to lift the last remaining capital controls it imposed on the country’s banking system during the financial crisis of 2013. Cyprus...

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The US ambassador to Czech Republic, Andrew Schapiro, has been barred from Prague Castle, President Milos Zeman says. Prague Castle is the president’s official residence...

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The US economy added only 126,000 jobs in March - a gain far lower than January and February. The slower gains mark a break from...

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Zimbabwe’s ex-VP Joyce Mujuru has been expelled from President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party, Zanu-PF. Zanu-PF said Joyce Mujuru had plotted to remove Robert Mugabe from...

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New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez has been charged with corruption. The Democrat is accused of using his influence to illegally benefit a Florida eye doctor,...