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EU Fines Five Major Banks Over $1 Billion For Currency Collusion
European regulators have fined five banks a total of more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) for colluding in the trad...
One In Nine Children In Belgium Growing Up In An Unemployed Family
One in nine children in Belgium grows up in a family with no income from work, a proportion unequalled elsewhere in the ...
Ukraine expands trade sanctions against Russia
Ukraine expands list of prohibited goods for import from Russia
EU watchdog fines Fitch 5.13 million euros
The European ´s markets watchdog has fined credit rating agency Fitch a record 5.13 million euros (£4.4 million) for bre...
Canada budgets $902m to stop thousands of illegal Nigerian migrants, others
The Canadian government has budgeted the sum of $902 million, over a period of five years, to arrest the surge of migran...
China clones ´Sherlock Holmes´ police dog to cut training times – report
Kunxun was cloned from a police sniffer dog in Beijing but cost of process remains an obstacle
BBC under investigation for suspected pay discrimination against women
The UK Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched an investigation into whether the BBC broke the law by paying w...
The World Really Is Getting Richer as Poor Countries Catch Up
Arguments that extreme poverty is on the rise don’t match the data
Non-EU citizens: 4 in 10 at risk of poverty in the EU
In 2017, non-European citizens were at a higher risk of poverty than foreign European (EU) citizens or national citize...
Pound Shows Signs of Creaking Under Weight of a No-Deal Brexit
Pound traders are losing faith that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May can get a Brexit deal with the European .
Fashion victims: Bulgaria´s textile workers on the poverty line
With around hundred days to go before the European elections, Insiders, Euronews´ hard hitting current affairs show, has...
China just quietly wrote off a chunk of Cameroon´s debt. Why the secrecy?
When top Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi met Cameroon President Paul Biya in the capital Yaounde last month and wrote off a...
The developing countries with the most to fear from Brexit
The potential fallout from Brexit won´t stop with the UK and the European , a new study has found. The UK´s departure fr...
US-China hail trade talks progress as Trump touts Xi meeting
Chinese and United States negotiators have made "important progress" in their latest round of trade talks
Airbnb ´profiting´ from illegal Israeli settlements: Amnesty
Digital tourism giants Airbnb, Booking.com, Expedia and TripAdvisor are profiting from "war crimes" by offering services...
The top 26 billionaires own $1.4 trillion — as much as 3.8 billion other people
The world´s billionaires are growing $2.5 billion richer every day, while the poorest half of the global population is s...
Japan, Korea forced labour dispute deepens amid asset freeze
Japan says it will seek talks with South Korea following a court decision´s to seize the Korean assets of a Japanese com...
Poverty drives India´s ´rat-hole´ miners into death traps
Twenty days after 15 miners were trapped in an illegal coal mine in Meghalaya state, the search for them goes on.
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