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Scottish Labour leader standing down 
BBC - 13 Hours ago
Ms Lamont, a former English teacher who joined the Labour Party as a teenager, has represented the Glasgow Pollok constituency at Holyrood since 1999. She took over as the party's Scottish leader in     Add Comment

Luxembourg lunar probe piggybacks aboard rocket 
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 10 Hours ago
Hitching a ride on the experimental spacecraft China launched on Friday is a small spacecraft from Luxembourg produced by that country's space company LuxSpace. OHB AG, a European company involved in     Add Comment

WWI shells a part of life in Belgium 
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 10 Hours ago
Hundreds killed and injured near Ypres trenches since war's end in 1918 A farmer in western Belgium is accustomed to digging up an unusual crop along with potatoes and beets. "It's a fairly poor harvest,"     Add Comment

Greece is the word: A simple recipe for homemade moussaka 
Haaretz - 11 Hours ago
In Israel it’s hard to find an original version of the quintessential Greek dish, but it's easy to make in your own kitchen. In the afternoon, you could sit facing the mountains and lunch on a meat-?and-eggplant     Add Comment

Coaches cautious over plans ahead of Real Madrid vs Barca 
Xinhua News Agency - 12 Hours ago
MADRID, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- FC Barcelona coach Luis Enrique was giving no clues over whether or not striker Luis Suarez would make his debut for the club in Saturday's 'Classico' away to Real Madrid on     Add Comment

Sporting Lisbon demands replay of Shalke match amid refereeing controversy 
Xinhua News Agency - 12 Hours ago
LISBON, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Portuguese football club Sporting Clube de Portugal (SCP) has asked UEFA for a replay of its Champions' League match with Germany' s Schalke 04 due to alleged refereeing errors,     Add Comment

Nadal to skip Paris Masters 
Xinhua News Agency - 12 Hours ago
PARIS, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Paris Masters 2014 will miss this season's French Open winner of men's singles, Rafael Nadal, announced the French Tennis Federation on Friday. "Rafael Nadal has withdrawn     Add Comment

Ex-pat who called on Israelis to move to Berlin is returning to Israel 
Haaretz - 13 Hours ago
'Israelis have all the energy and strength necessary to make Israel a better place for many more people,' says the man behind the Facebook page that caused a storm. One week after revealing his identity,     Add Comment

Taxpayer the loser in English's reform 
New Zealand Herald - 13 Hours ago
Handing Housing NZ role to private sector will mean subsidising sell-off Bill English. Photo / Jason Oxenham. Bill English's masterplan to radically "reform" the Labour-initiated, octogenarian state     Add Comment

VIDEO: Paris's Picasso museum reopens 
BBC - 13 Hours ago
Paris's world-renowned Picasso museum is reopening after being closed for five years for renovations and expansion. The Musee Picasso houses thousands of works that were in the artist's possession when
Paris's Picasso museum reopens BBC
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Austrian FinMin reaffirms zero structural deficit target for 2016 
Xinhua News Agency - 10 Hours ago
VIENNA, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Austrian Minister of Finance Hans Joerg Schelling on Friday assured the European Commission that his country will realize zero structural deficit for 2016. In a written statement     Add Comment

Lavrov to attend celebrations of 70th liberation anniversary in Norway The Russian  
Itar Tass - 11 Hours ago
KIRKENES, October 25. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is to attend the celebrations in Norway’s Kirkenes on Saturday marking the 70th anniversary of WWII liberation from the Nazi occupation.     Add Comment

Lavrov to attend celebrations of 70th liberation anniversary in Norway 
Itar Tass - 11 Hours ago
KIRKENES, October 25. /TASS/. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is to attend the celebrations in Norway’s Kirkenes on Saturday marking the 70th anniversary of WWII liberation from the Nazi occupation.     Add Comment

Portugal urged to help Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde fight Ebola 
Xinhua News Agency - 11 Hours ago
LISBON, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at a Portuguese medicine college are calling on the country to help Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde, the Portuguese-speaking countries most at risk of Ebola, fight     Add Comment

3 Basket of Irish clues in Aldi’s UK accounts 
Irish Times - 11 Hours ago
None of the major players in the Irish supermarket sector, bar the Musgrave Group, discloses any meaningful financial information. Dunnes Stores avails of a complex structure involving unlimited companies     Add Comment

Bankruptcy statistics in Belgium: September 2014 
Noodls - 11 Hours ago
In September 2014, 1,165 businesses in Belgium went bankrupt. The bankruptcies resulted in a loss of 2,416 jobs: 1,258 full-time employees, 700 part-time employees and 458 salaried employers lost their     Add Comment

Enrique gives 'assurances' that Suarez will play in Madrid 
NewsRT.co.uk - 11 Hours ago
The return to action of a striker who was banned for four-months for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini at last summer's World Cup has offered an intriguing sub-plot to an already compelling fixture. The     Add Comment

Serbia and Albania plan appeals after UEFA dish out sanctions 
NewsRT.co.uk - 11 Hours ago
The Serbs will also be made to play their next two home games in Group I behind closed doors, while the associations responsible for either team have been fined €100,000. They will would appeal the decision.Loading
03:20 Serbia and Albania plan appeals after UEFA dish out sanctions NewsRT.co.uk
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Greece vs. Serbia Soccer Friendly 
Greekcity - 11 Hours ago
At the Municipal Stadium of Perivolia Chania will host with the men’s Serbia  Vs Greece in an international friendly game, which will take place on 18 November 2014. More details will be announced shortly.    Add Comment

British PM David Cameron furious over surprise $3b EU bill 
Sydney Morning Herald - 11 Hours ago
Brussels: In a vivid display of fury at European Union technocrats, British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to pay a surprise €2.1 billion ($3 billion) bill as EU leaders ordered an urgent review     Add Comment
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