Why the Eurozone Still Backs Its Common Currency Yet most citizens of the eurozone—in both the creditor countries of the north and the debtor countries of the south—favor maintaining the euro over returning to their former national currencies. Given the euro's recent difficulties, what explains the ... 01/13/2017 - 8:04 pm | View Link
Eurozone registers surprisingly strong growth The surprising burst in economic activity may fire up criticism from economists and politicians in countries such as Germany that the European Central Bank is hanging on too long to its ultra-easy monetary policy, including asset purchasing. The ECB ... 01/12/2017 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Eurozone industrial output surprisingly strong in November Output in the 19 countries using the euro surged 1.5 percent in November from the previous month, and was up 3.2 percent year-on-year according to the European Union’s statistics agency. October’s output was also raised to 0.1 percent from a previously ... 01/12/2017 - 6:34 am | View Link
ECB extended stimulus as 'steady hand' in turbulent year The bank's governing council thought more stimulus would provide a "steady hand" to support the economy of the 19 countries that share the euro against "shocks emanating from the political environment at the global level and within the euro area." 01/12/2017 - 12:54 am | View Link
Trump Presser May Send Traders Fleeing to Eurozone Bonds 0722 GMT [Dow Jones] The first press conference of Donald Trump since winning the U.S. presidential election is a major risk event that will likely lure investors to the safety of government bonds from core Eurozone countries, says Commerzbank. However ... 01/10/2017 - 9:56 pm | View Link
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European debt crisis The European debt crisis (often also referred to as the Eurozone crisis or the European sovereign debt crisis) is a multi-year debt crisis that has been taking place ... 01/10/2017 - 12:25 am | View Website
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 the long-serving leader is mired in a series of eye-popping corruption investigations in a country that has already jailed a prime minister and president.
Police have interrogated Netanyahu several times "under caution" over questionable ties to top executives in media, international business and Hollywood, whipping up a sense that he might actually be driven from office.
The transcripts of Netanyahu's taped negotiations with his supposed arch-nemesis, media mogul Arnon Mozes of the Yediot Ahronot newspaper group, have dominated the national agenda in recent weeks.
 of whether Netanyahu's actions prove criminal, opposition leader Isaac Herzog said they posed a "serious breach of trust between the government and its citizens."
Netanyahu has since appointed himself communications minister, making him responsible for media regulation, and ordered coalition partners not to float any media-related bills without his approval.
Packer has reportedly lavished Netanyahu's college-aged son, Yair, with gifts that included extended stays at luxury hotels in Tel Aviv, New York and Aspen, Colorado, as well as the use of his private jet and dozens of tickets for concerts by Packer's former fiancee, Mariah Carey.
Police are trying to determine whether these constitute bribes, since Packer is reportedly seeking Israeli residency status for tax purposes and Milchan reportedly asked Netanyahu to press the U.
The longtime leader is refusing to step down despite international pressure and the threat by other West African nations of a military intervention.
The National Assembly, in approving the state of emergency, condemned the "unlawful and malicious interference" by the African Union's Peace and Security Council, which has said the continental body will no longer recognize Jammeh as Gambia's legitimate leader as of Thursday.
Jammeh says the country must wait for Gambia's supreme court to decide on the ruling party's challenge to the election results, a delay that could take months.
Gambia's foreign affairs minister, along with the ministers of finance, trade and environment, all have resigned, a political official in Banjul said Tuesday.
Another long holiday weekend is starting, and tourists are flocking by ferry and small plane to Vieques, a tiny island off the coast of Puerto Rico that's famed for bright turquoise waters, lush mangrove forests and picturesque free-roaming horses.
Richard LaDez, director of security for The Humane Society of the United States, picks up a contraceptive dart that fell from the horse's rump and declares, "We're good!" He gives a thumb's up to a team waging an unusual fight to control a tourist attraction that's become something close to a plague on the island, best known as the site of a former U.
The accused perpetrator of a New Year's nightclub attack in Istanbul has confessed and his fingerprints are a match, Turkish authorities said Tuesday. They identified him as an Uzbek national who trained in Afghanistan and staged the attack for the Islamic State group. The gunman shot a policeman
A Nigerian Air Force fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram extremists mistakenly bombed a refugee camp Tuesday, killing more than 100 refugees and wounding aid workers, a Borno state official said. The state government official was helping to coordinate the evacuation of wounded. The official
The world's first gorilla born in a zoo, a female named Colo who became the oldest known living gorilla in the U. S., has died at age 60, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium said Tuesday. It said Colo died in her sleep overnight, less than a month after her birthday.