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EU to hold war-games to prepare for cyber attacks

Finland to push for measures to tackle range of ‘hybrid threats’ that the bloc now faces
FT.com - Published

Czech government survives no confidence vote

Prime minister under growing pressure over business interests
FT.com - Published

Germany's Angela Merkel seen shaking again in Berlin

Chancellor Merkel trembles at an event in Berlin - as she did eight days ago at another ceremony.
BBC News - Published

'Hero' 17-year-old catches falling toddler

Feuzi Zabaat was working nearby when he caught a two-year-old girl as she fell out of a window.
BBC News - Published

Italy’s divided government delays EU budget reckoning

Rome has decided to postpone formally setting itself a lower deficit target for 2020
FT.com - Published

Dysfunction in Italy has deep roots

Public administration and judicial reforms would support investment and raise productivity growth
FT.com - Published

Female footballers grab the world’s attention

France, the US and Netherlands attract crowds as large as their men’s national teams
FT.com - Published

Polish convicts signed up as worker shortages bite

More robots needed with unemployment falling across central Europe
FT.com - Published

Russia says Georgia isn't safe. Russians in Georgia say otherwise

Russian citizens in Georgia say otherwise.
BBC News - Published

Europe heatwave: Why are temperatures on the continent soaring?

As the continent bakes in sweltering temperatures, experts explain what's happening - and why now.
BBC News - Published

Appeals over Russia holiday camp deaths

Three years ago, tragedy struck for a group of children out on boats at Lake Syamozero in Russia's Karelia region.
BBC News - Published

Mifid II tightens Wall Street’s grip on trading

Liquidnet, Virtu and others pick up share after reform package 18 months ago
FT.com - Published

US funds call for rule change in response to Mifid II

SEC told that Europeans will gain advantage unless investment research spending is disclosed
FT.com - Published

European countries set new June heat records amid heatwave

Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic hit their highest June temperatures on record on Wednesday.
BBC News - Published

Turkish democracy will labour to survive one-man rule

Trial of civil society activists looks like revenge by president on those he thinks exposed his vulnerability
FT.com - Published

Austria’s ‘century bond’ reboot draws strong demand

Vienna’s €1bn extension oversubscribed as investors clamber for returns
FT.com - Published

Holocaust: Dutch rail firm NS confirms compensation

The state-run company took part in deporting 107,000 Jews to Nazi death camps.
BBC News - Published

US lawmakers called EU derivatives markets plans ‘retribution’


FT.com - Published

German radical right threatens the survival of democracy

Some domestic security agencies appear unwilling or unable to tackle the threat of extremism
FT.com - Published

Notre-Dame fire: Prosecutor says no sign of criminal cause

French investigators say they are now trying to determine whether the fire was caused by negligence.
BBC News - Published

Italy migrants: German rescue ship on collision course with Salvini

A boat carrying 42 rescued migrants enters Italian waters despite being told to stay away.
BBC News - Published

German chemical firm Brenntag defends its Syria deliveries

Brenntag sent pharmaceutical chemicals to Syria - but they can also be used in nerve agents.
BBC News - Published

Theresa May set to meet Vladimir Putin at G20

Meeting would be first since 2016, with relations strained by Salisbury poisoning
FT.com - Published

Sharp fall in foreign investment in UK

The UK is facing increasing competition from countries such as Ireland, France and Germany.
BBC News - Published

Flat-pack home? Ikea moves in on UK housing

The Swedish company's joint venture BoKlok is working with Worthing council to build affordable homes.
BBC News - Published

Walter Lübcke killing: Suspect with far-right links confesses

A man with connections to the far-right has confessed to killing a pro-migrant politician.
BBC News - Published

Denmark’s Socialist Democrats to form minority leftist government

Mette Frederiksen to become country’s youngest PM after deal to soften on immigration
FT.com - Published

Three qualities the next European Council leader needs

What the EU needs most of all is a functional collective decision maker of last resort
FT.com - Published

Greenland Ice Sheet: 'More than 50 hidden lakes' detected

Only a handful of liquid water lakes had previously been detected under the kilometres-thick ice sheet.
BBC News - Published

EU launches antitrust investigation into Broadcom

Brussels alleges chipmaker restricted competitors from modems and set-top boxes market
FT.com - Published

Heatwave: Rome zoo animals get ice lollies with fruit

heatwave: rome zoo animals get ice lollies with fruit
A Rome zoo gave blocks of frozen fruit to bears, coatis and lemurs to cope with 38C heat.
BBC News - Published

France heatwave: Paris region closes schools

france heatwave: paris region closes schools
Regions around Paris announce school closures as France and Spain expect heat above 40C.
BBC News - Published

Robots 'to replace up to 20 million factory jobs' by 2030

robots 'to replace up to 20 million factory jobs' by 2030
A huge acceleration in the use of robots will affect jobs around the world, Oxford Economics says.
BBC News - Published

Pound's fall has stopped us buying a round of drinks

pound's fall has stopped us buying a round of drinks
Sterling's woes make life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms, it's good news.
BBC News - Published

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt divided over Brexit plans

boris johnson and jeremy hunt divided over brexit plans
Boris Johnson says the UK must leave on 31 October but Jeremy Hunt calls this a "fake deadline".
BBC News - Published

EU-Swiss recriminations is a warning to the UK

Britain has long complained that equivalence deals can be revoked with little notice
FT.com - Published

'Triple whammy' threatens UN action on climate change

'triple whammy' threatens un action on climate change
Efforts by Saudi Arabia, the EU and Japan are seen as part of a backlash against UN climate action.
BBC News - Published

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