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06:23, 26 January 2015 Monday

16:53, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Greece votes on whether to dump austerity take on lenders

European leaders eye the results fo the elections closely as a Syriza victory may generate a clash with the Troika -- the EU, European Central Bank and the IMF -- which could possibly start a new crisis between the nation and its creditors, with the euro in the balance.

15:35, 25 January 2015 Sunday
6 skiers killed in Alps avalanche

Bodies of six French skiers were found Sunday.

15:20, 25 January 2015 Sunday
EU's Tusk slams Russia as bloc talks new sanctions

"Once again, appeasement encourages the aggressor to greater acts of violence. Time to step up our policy based on cold facts, not illusions," Tusk tweeted

14:38, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Poroshenko says de-escalation is priority in east Ukraine

Fighting between government troops and separatists in eastern Ukraine has intensified in recent days after the rebels ruled out more peace talks.

14:07, 25 January 2015 Sunday
UKIP says could back Cameron's Conservatives after election

The election is expected to be one of the most closely fought in modern British history

13:59, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Germany stops arms exports to Saudi Arabia

Arms approved for Saudi Arabia included six weapons systems for testing and electronic surveillance equipment.

11:23, 25 January 2015 Sunday
Russia blocks U N statement on Ukraine as fighting escalates

"Russia have just blocked a (Security Council) statement by refusing to include condemnation of recent provocative public statements by the separatists," a council diplomat said

09:25, 25 January 2015 Sunday
UKIP member defects to Cameron's Conservative Party

Bashir, a member of the European Parliament and one of UKIP's few senior politicians from an ethnic minority, told the Telegraph newspaper he had applied to join the Conservatives because UKIP lacked policies.

20:10, 24 January 2015 Saturday
Independent Greeks emerge as Syriza coalition option

Anti-bailout party on course to form government which could end up with absolute majority. The leftwing Syriza aims to write off debt, boost wages, pension and their victory would mean a turning point in the euro zone crisis.

13:25, 24 January 2015 Saturday
Police arrest four suspected militants in Spain

Spanish and Moroccan police arrested seven people in December in a joint operation to prevent the recruitment of women to go to Syria and Iraq to support ISIS insurgents there.

12:44, 24 January 2015 Saturday
President Goldman urges Britain to stay in the EU

David Cameron has promised to renegotiate the terms of Britain's European Union membership and hold an "in-out" referendum if re-elected in May.

10:06, 24 January 2015 Saturday
Davos Economic and national security discussed

France and U.S. call for solidarity in fight against terrorism discussed as well as economic security.

23:15, 23 January 2015 Friday
PEGIDA plans 'major' rally on Sunday

Germany’s anti-Islam movement to test support base amid growing skepticism about group's actions.

17:44, 23 January 2015 Friday
Spain says to negotiate increase of US troops at air

Moron air base has been used to help support coalition operations as well as being used to combat current Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

17:41, 23 January 2015 Friday
France's message to Davos do your part to fight terrorism

Hollande tells Davos that businesses must take action against terrorism through prevention of human trafficking and money laundering

16:52, 23 January 2015 Friday
NATO chief says ready to meet Russia's Lavrov in February

Western alliance considering request from Iraq to help "enhance defence capacity"

14:53, 23 January 2015 Friday
After Ebola flu and drug resistance top pandemic threats

Disease outbreaks high on Davos agenda after Ebola with calls for better detective system to spot threats and a need to focus on individual diseases like AIDS, TB questioned.

14:15, 23 January 2015 Friday
Russian deputy PM blames West for Ukraine conflict

Russia 'being put in its place' through use of sanctions, Igor Shuvalov tells Davos delegates.

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