Business

EU eyes trade action over rights abuses in Cambodia

Feb 11, 2019

The EU is launching action that could see it suspend Cambodia's preferential access to the European market over the deterioration of human rights and the rule of law in the country

Hungary to give women with 4 or more kids life tax exemption

Feb 10, 2019

Hungary's anti-immigration prime minister says the government is greatly increasing financial aid and subsidies for families with several children

Workers carefully remove remains of collapsed Genoa bridge

Feb 9, 2019

Work is underway to remove what is left of the Morandi Bridge, the key highway span in the Italian city of Genoa that collapsed in August, killing 43 people

From Gucci to Prada, fashion fails evoke racist imagery

Feb 8, 2019

Gucci has apologized for a wool sweater after complaints that it resembled blackface makeup and said the item had been pulled from its online and physical stores

UK, EU leaders don't budge on Brexit but agree to more talks

Feb 7, 2019

British Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sparred during Brexit talks but agreed on more negotiations as a deadline of March 29 approaches

Rome airport temporarily closed by discovery of WWII bombs

Feb 7, 2019

Rome's Ciampino airport has been temporarily closed due to the discovery of World War II-era ordinance during maintenance work

Fiat Chrysler shares tank on forecast for drop in earnings

Feb 7, 2019

Shares in Italian American automaker Fiat Chrysler have tanked after the company issued conservative earnings forecasts for 2019.

UEFA president Ceferin re-elected, won't be FIFA 'yes man'

Feb 7, 2019

Promising European soccer leaders that he won't be a "yes man" for FIFA's expansion plans, Aleksander Ceferin was re-elected as president of UEFA for four more years

The Latest: UEFA unhappy at clubs' snub of video review meet

Feb 7, 2019

Champions League clubs who did not send head coaches to a briefing on video review left UEFA feeling disrespected

The Latest: EU parl't chief warns of Brexit 'catastrophe'

Feb 7, 2019

The president of the European Parliament is warning that the EU and Britain are on the verge of an "economic and human catastrophe" if they fail to finalize the Brexit agreement

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