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  • Four journalists taken hostage in Syria are free and in good health, says French president Francois Hollande, according to AFP
  • Putin tells Russian TV he has good personal relations with incoming NATO chief Stoltenberg (Reuters)
  • Putin says Russia will award state medals to some Russian servicemen involved in Crimea operation (Reuters)
  • Putin says there is nothing to prevent normalisation of relations between Russia and West, but it depends on West (Reuters)

corporate

  • Kingfisher’s profit rises

    Kingfisher, Europe’s biggest home improvement chain, has unexpectedly posted a 35 percent rise in… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

  • Aeroflot cutting jobs

    Russian flagship carrier Aeroflot is to lay off 2,000 of its 15,500 employees in the next six… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

economy

  • Bank of Japan more optimistic

    The central bank in Tokyo says it is slightly more optimistic about Japan’s economic and financial… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

  • Frankfurt goes green

    The Frankfurt Motor Show has opened to the public with environmentally friendly cars in focus. The… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

  • Advert effectiveness awards

    With the recession slashing budgets and consumers spending less the Euro Effie Awards – which rate… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

europa

europeans

  • German elections

    Germany in the coming months is expecting big problems from rising unemployment. Germans face… 17/09/09 17:09 CET

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markets

  • Thursday 17th September

    European shares finished the day higher with banks among the top gainers. That after the Irish… 17/09/09 21:08 CET

science

space

  • One hundred days of solitude

    Six volunteers spent 105 days in an isolation module as part of an international experiment in… 17/09/09 18:09 CET

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