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Monte Paschi set to approve new rescue plan

Monte Paschi set to approve new rescue plan
23 September 2013

Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Italy's third-biggest lender, is set to approve a drastic restructuring plan on Tuesday aimed at winning the European Union's green light for a 4.1 billion euro state bailout and averting nationalization.

G20 Summit Set To Open In St. Petersburg

G20 Summit Set To Open In St. Petersburg
05 September 2013

A summit of the Group of 20 developed and developing economies is due to open later today in the northern Russian city of St. Petersburg.

Syrian opposition head offers Assad truce for Ramadan

Syrian opposition head offers Assad truce for Ramadan
08 July 2013

Ahmad Jarba, the new president of the opposition Syrian National Coalition, has offered President Bashar Al-Assad a ceasefire during the month of Ramadan.

Israel approves settlements in East Jerusalem

Israel approves settlements in East Jerusalem
27 June 2013

Plan to build 69 housing units advanced ahead of visit by Kerry who is trying to revive Israel-Palestine peace talks.

Government U-turn fails to quell Brazil protests

Government U-turn fails to quell Brazil protests
20 June 2013

Brazilian authorities have failed to halt nationwide protests, despite reversing the public-transport fare increases that sparked the unrest.

U.S. studying Syria no-fly zone near Jordan border: diplomats

U.S. studying Syria no-fly zone near Jordan border: diplomats
14 June 2013

The United States is studying setting up a limited no-fly zone in Syria close to the southern border with Jordan, two senior Western diplomats in Turkey said on Friday.

ECB will not buy bonds to save profligate states

ECB will not buy bonds to save profligate states
11 June 2013

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday the organization would not use its yet-to-be-activated bond-buying program to save profligate countries from insolvency, but only to preserve the euro.

Obama taps trusted advisor J.Furman as chief economist

Obama taps trusted advisor J.Furman as chief economist
11 June 2013

President Barack Obama nominated longtime adviser Jason Furman to be his new chief economist on Monday, elevating a former campaign aide and Clinton administration official to oversee an agency with wide influence over U.S. economic policy.

Ecuador's Correa claims third presidential term

Ecuador's Correa claims third presidential term
02 March 2013

Leftist President Rafael Correa declared victory in the first-round of Ecuador's presidential vote as he celebrated with thousands of supporters in the South American country's capital.

Britain to drift out of EU without reforms: PM

Britain to drift out of EU without reforms: PM
19 January 2013

Britain will drift out of the European Union and the European project will fail unless the bloc tackles three serious problems it faces, British Prime Minister David Cameron had planned to say in a postponed speech on Friday.

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