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Deadly blasts hit Yemen's Aden and Hadramout

A bomb next to the governor's office in the Yemeni city of Aden killed four people on Thursday, witnesses said, and the European Union urged parties to avoid hitting civilian infrastructure after Saudi-led air strikes on Hodeida po

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Sanctions removal to attract major reinsurers to Iran

The lifting of trade restrictions placed on Iran may present a significant opportunity for the Middle East and North African (Mena) re-insurance market, with European participants also expected to re-engage and seek a foothold in the country.

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Internet firms to be subject to new cybersecurity rules in EU

Internet firms such as Cisco , Google and Amazon will be subject to a new EU cybersecurity law forcing them to adopt tough security measures and possibly report serious breaches to national authorities, according to a document seen by Reuters.

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Greek bailout talks pushed back on logistics

Talks between Greece and its international creditors over a new bailout package will be delayed by a couple of days because of organisational issues, a finance ministry official said on Saturday. The meetings with officials from t

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In Greek crisis, one big unhappy EU family

The latest paroxysm of Greece's debt crisis has exposed growing rifts in the euro zone which, unless addressed soon, could lead to the break-up of European monetary union, the EU's most ambitious project. The most worrying

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New chapter of hope for world: Iran, EU

Iran's foreign minister and the European Union's foreign policy chief said a nuclear deal between Iran and six powers sealed on Tuesday heralded a new chapter of hope and was a historic moment. "I believe this is a hi

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Euro zone gives Greece until Sunday for debt deal

Euro zone members have given Greece until the end of the week to come up with a proposal for sweeping reforms in return for loans that will keep the country from crashing out of Europe's currency bloc and into economic ruin. &

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More than a third of Greek ATMs run dry

More than a third of automated teller machines across Greece ran out of cash on Saturday before they were replenished as Greeks pulled out money on fears their country was set to crash out of the euro, three banking sources said.

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IAG bid for Aer Lingus unlikely to win EU approval

British Airways-owner IAG may have to offer concessions after EU anti-trust regulators expressed concerns over a planned acquisition of 25 per cent of Ireland's Aer Lingus, two people familiar with the matter said. IAG is look

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EU welcomes 11th-hour Greek proposals

The European Union welcomed new proposals from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as a "good basis for progress" at talks on Monday where creditors want 11th-hour concessions to haul Athens back from the brink of bankruptcy.

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