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  • Limiting bankers' salaries and bonuses is gaining momentum yet banks in the benchmark EuroStoxx 60 index and a number of their U.S. counterparts staff costs rose to a collective $357.6 billion in 2012. Global Economy,Bankers compensation,Cap on bankers bonuses,European Commission,European Union,Goldman Sachs,Switzerland,UBS,Alex Erquicia
    Published Date : Apr 12, 2013, 5:51 PM EDT
  • Palestinian women wave green Islamic and national flags during a support rally for Palestinian prisoners who are held at Israeli jails, in Gaza City, Thursday, April 11, 2013. Nearly 5,000 Palestinians are being held in Israeli prisons according to prisons authority spokeswoman Sivan Weizman. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

    Israel has offered to deport a hunger-striking prisoner to Europe or a U.N.-member country, in an effort to reach a compromise over the high-profile detainee.

    LAST UPDATE : Apr 12, 2013, 1:42 PM EDT
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  • In this photo taken Monday, April 8, 2013, a Swedish instructor watches as Malian soldiers practice arming their weapons, during a European Union training session in the village of Koulikoro, 60 kilometers (37 miles) outside Bamako, Mali.

    E.U. starts training Mali soldiers for French pullout; worries Mali could be left vulnerable.

    LAST UPDATE : Apr 11, 2013, 5:14 PM EDT
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  • The Spanish soccer debt bomb could explode: the teams from La Liga owe $975 million to the Spanish tax authorities but the European Commission wants to halt public funding and defuse the bomb. Europe,European Commission,European Union,football,Joaquín Almunia,La Liga,Mariano Rajoy,Michel Platini,Popular Party,regional government,UEFA,Valencia CF,Alex Erquicia

    Published Date : Apr 09, 2013, 5:54 PM EDT
  • A man drives in ostriches in an open-air cage at the ostrich farm in the Belarus village of Kozishche on Janaury 24, 2013.

    South African officials say that bird flu detected in an ostrich farm is unrelated to the strain that has killed eight people in China.

    LAST UPDATE : Apr 09, 2013, 4:50 PM EDT
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  • The divide over Britain's role in the E.U. that ended her political career is testing her Conservative Party's new leader David Cameron.Europe,Andrea Leadsom,Barack Obama,Chris Heaton-Harris,Conservatism,Conservative Party,Conservatives,David Cameron,European Union,Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom,George Eustice,Margaret Thatcher,Politics of Europe,Politics of the United Kingdom,Prime Minister,Prime Minister of the United Kingdom,Ronald Reagan,Thatcherism,Tony Blair,U.K. Independence Party,United Kingdom,United States,Matt Taylor

    Published Date : Apr 08, 2013, 6:13 PM EDT

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