BRUSSELS - The European Union has slapped a 1.7 billion euros ($2.3 billion) fine on eight major banks, including Deutsche Bank, RBS and JPMorgan, for rigging interest rates. German Deutsche Bank, involved in rigging the Euribor and Japanese yen Tibor rates, was fined a total of 725 million euros, while the French Societe Generale was fined 446 million euros for manipulating the European ...
Nearly 50 percent of Brits would vote to leave the European Union (EU) if a referendum was held, according to a new poll. The study by Lansons and Cambre Associates found that nearly one in four believe that getting out of the EU would weaken the UK's economy, the Daily Star reported. About 40 percent of Brits see themselves as European, compared to nearly 84 percent of Germans. About a ...
The European Club Association is willing to share more of the financial success of the Champions League with teams that do not participate in Europe’s top football club competition, the ECA chairman said ...
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British farmers are to begin exporting pig semen to China next year in a deal said to be worth 45 million ($73.6 million), as the U.K. looks to take advantage of Chinese consumers' growing appetite for high-quality meat. Despite being home to half of the world's pigs, and the largest consumer of pork, Chinese authorities are concerned about the quality of the country's stock. The ...
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From the very beginning, movies have frequently aligned the audience with criminal heroes. There is a sense of subversive excitement in sinking into the darkness of a movie theater and identifying with characters who break rules, laws, and sometimes bodies. The sexy couples in outlaw movies ... ...
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VERACRUZ, Mexico (AP) -- A cargo truck hauling extremely dangerous radioactive material from used medical equipment was stolen from a gas station in Mexico, and authorities put out an alert in six central states and the capital to find it, Mexican officials said ...
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- With the fight over solving Illinois' worst-in-the-nation pension shortfall now headed to the courts, the financially troubled state faces a grim possibility: The plan could be tossed, and Illinois could wind up in an even deeper fiscal hole than the one it's in ...
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Joyful crowds celebrated European Union accession at main square Sunday. ZAGREB - Thousands of proud Croats joined in a mass celebration on Sunday at capital Zagreb's central Ban Jelacic Square to mark their country's accession to the European Union as the club's 28th member as of June 1.Turkey's EU Minister and Chief Negotiator Egemen Bagis represented Turkey at the ...
DENVER - A deep freeze gripping parts of the West and Midwest has cancelled Salvation Army bell ringing and holiday parties in Minnesota and forced much of the rest of the country to deal with unexpectedly cool temperatures. The cold is expected to remain into next week, with lows dipping to minus 30 in parts of Montana and Wyoming. Citrus growers in California's Central Valley said ...
The Council of Governors has expressed concern over failure by the Government to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union ...
London (PRWEB UK ) 4 December 2013 Every forex trader has their eye on the Euro at the moment as a series of crucial figures and announcements arrive in the build up to ECB monetary policy announcement. Although the Eurozone has been stable, growth has not been forthcoming. In the build up to ...
Gilles de Kerchove stresses that numbers of fighters traveling back and forth from Syria is increasing. The note, obtained by the Associated Press, specifically calls for better use of airline passenger information available to security officials to keep track of when and how rebels move to Syria. Such legislation remains stuck in ...
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Fla. (AP) -- Wildlife workers in boats struggled Wednesday to coax nearly four dozen pilot whales out of dangerous shallow waters in Florida's Everglades National Park, hoping to spare them the fate of 10 others that already have ...
BEIJING (AP) -- In candid, face-to-face talks, Vice President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping traded arguments Wednesday over China's contentious new air defense zone, with no consensus about how to defuse an issue that's raising anxieties across Asia and ...
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On Wednesday Ireland's first national Missing Persons Day was inaugurated at Farmleigh House in Dublin.
Each year around 4,000 people are reported missing in Ireland. Missing Persons Day will take place each year on the first Wednesday in December.
The ceremony at Farmleigh saw musicians mark the national day, with soprano Celine Byrne performing "A Candle For You" by Marie Dunne, and young singer-songwriter Olivia Burke performing her song "Missing".
The Garda Band and the Penston Vocal Academy, an Arklow-based youth choir, also performed.
Dermot Browne, Chairperson of Missing In Ireland Support Services, and Helen Grealis of Search for the Missing, spoke at the ceremony.
Justice Minister Alan Shatter told the gathering he wanted to see a similar concept extended into Europe.
"It is important at a national level that we do not forget those who are missing and that we do not ignore the devastating impact of such a traumatic event on immediate and extended family and friendsI have proposed to my EU Justice and Home Affairs ministerial colleagues that consideration be give to developing a 'European Missing Persons Day,'" Shatter told the gathering. "It would also promote additional collaboration between Member States, in particular in the vital exchange of good practice and experience in this area and increase the possibility of reconnecting with individuals who, without explanation, chose to reside elsewhere in the European Union without forewarning to family and friends. ...
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