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  • Europe Air Safety Agency will shortly lift recommendation to avoid flying to Tel Aviv, said the spokesman (Reuters)
  • Missing Air Algerie plane is Airbus A320 carrying 110 passengers to Algiers – Algerian Official
  • Air Algerie says it has lost contact with a plane leaving from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
  • European Central Bank says its website hacked, some email addresses and other contact information stolen but no market sensitive data affected
  • European Court of Human Rights rules Poland violated European Convention on Human Rights by allowing CIA to detain two al Qaeda suspects on Polish territory



  • Toshiba interested in Areva division

    Japan’s Toshiba is reportedly about to join the bidding for French nuclear group Areva’s power… 04/09/09 20:24 CET

  • Air France to cut more staff

    Air France has launched a voluntary redundancy scheme to eliminate 1,500 jobs to reduce costs… 04/09/09 20:24 CET

  • IFA turns on

    The Germany consumer electronics trade show IFA has opened to the public in Berlin to showcase… 04/09/09 20:24 CET


  • UK car sales up again

    New car sales in Britain rose for a second month running in August. The figures seem to show… 04/09/09 20:24 CET

  • US jobs news mixed

    Employers in the United States continued to cut jobs in August, but the pace of layoffs slowed… 04/09/09 20:24 CET

  • G20 finmins’ goals

    The G20 finance ministers and central bankers are trying to reach a consensus on how far the world… 04/09/09 20:24 CET


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  • George Enescu music festival

    The 19th biennial George Enescu International Festival and Competition, is underway in Bucharest… 04/09/09 16:26 CET


  • British Nationalism and Europe

    Amid unrest in the European Parliament about the British National Party winning two MEP seats in… 04/09/09 12:49 CET

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