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Aviva plans to cut 1,800 jobs globally

British insurer Aviva will change the structure of its UK business and cut costs across the firm, with the loss of 1,800 jobs, it said on...

Baghdad’s Green Zone reopens to public after 16 years

Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone has reopened to the public after 16 years. Maj Gen Jassim Yahya Abd Ali said the area, which houses the...

Sebastian Kurz ousted in no-confidence vote

Austrian Cancellor Sebastian Kurz was voted out of office as Austrian chancellor on Monday, less than 24 hours after his party won a resounding...

Europe, please wake up

The first step to defending Europe from its enemies, both internal and external, is to recognize the magnitude of the threat they present. The...

Kosovo-Serbia dialogue in Berlin

Kosovo and Serbian leaders will meet in Berlin, on April 29th, as requested by Germany and France. The announcement was confirmed by the President of...

Finland’s Social Democrat Party declare victory

The leader of Finland’s Social Democrat Party (SDP) has declared victory in the country’s general election, after partial results put the party slightly ahead...

A Massive Fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral

The Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most iconic landmarks in the French capital, was engulfed in flames Monday evening as a catastrophic fire...

Turkish Airlines aims to spread its wings at Istanbul’s giant new airport

After three false starts and a labor protest over harsh working conditions, Turkey will fully open a new airport in Istanbul this week that...

Putin opens Mercedes-Benz plant in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin and German economy minister Peter Altmaier unveiled a Mercedes-Benz car plant in Russia on Wednesday, April 3rd, praising co-operation between...

“Disney” accused for underpays female employees

The legal action, brought on behalf of two women, claims the company does not have an internal mechanism to ensure women are not paid...

Aramco – The World’s Most Profitable Company

The earnings of Saudi Arabia’s giant oil company have long been a mystery, kept under wraps by the country’s government. But on Monday, 1st...

Why Germany struggles to understand the issues at heart of Brexit?

Britain's stubborn, uncompromising political culture favours small victories over compromise. In Germany, where coalition-building is the norm, Brexit bewilderment remains strong. Throughout the whole sorry...

Slovakia’s First Female President

Liberal candidate Zuzana Čaputová won Slovakia’s presidential election on Saturday, becoming the central European country’s first ever female president. Despite having almost no political experience,...

British Based Companies move to Netherlands

More than 40 British companies last year moved, or said they would move, their operations from Britain to the Netherlands in response to Brexit...

Russian-German trade turnover’s rapid growth

Trade turnover between Russia and its second largest trade partner, Germany, increased 8.4 per cent and reached nearly €62 billion in 2018 compared to...

Auto unions submit higher wages demand

The labour unions of major Japanese automakers submitted pay increase requests to their employers for annual “shunto” spring wage talks. All unions except that of...

Talks With Delta, EasyJet for Alitalia Stake Confirmed

Italy’s state railway has confirmed it is in talks with Delta Air Lines and EasyJet as possible industrial partners in relaunching the troubled Alitalia...

EU and Japan create world’s biggest free trade zone

Almost all tariffs on trade between the European Union and the world's third-biggest economy have been removed. European companies could save around a billion...
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