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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Europe

Maggie McDonnell wins Global teacher Prize

The winner for this year's global teacher award for the Global education and skills forum, Maggie McDonnell has expressed delight at the achievement. Maggie McDonnell...

Damascus bombings death toll rises to 74

The death toll from a double bomb attack at a bus station in Damascus has risen to 74. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says...

Food exports growing five times faster than whisky

Food exports from Scotland are now growing five times faster than whisky as foreign markets develop a growing appetite for fish and other seafood. Overseas...

Security still high one year after Brussels attacks

Belgium will mark the first anniversary of the Brussels airport and metro bombings this week, with ceremonies showing the heart of Europe is still...

Germany agrees to deport Tunisian wanted over 2015 museum attack

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has said that a Tunisian man wanted in his homeland for his possible involvement in a deadly attack...

Euro rises to one-month high against the dollar

The euro on Monday firmed to its highest level against the dollar since early February, after some European Central Bank policymakers raised the possibility...

Deutsche Bank kicks off its €8bn rights issue on Tuesday

Deutsche Bank announced today it is due to press go on its €8bn (£6.9bn) rights issue on Tuesday, as the German lender tries to...

U.K. Parliament on Lock down as Assailant stabs Police Officer

This afternoon, Britain’s Parliament was placed on lock down after a man stabbed a police officer and was then shot by other officers. The Metropolitan...

Somali pirates hijack first commercial ship since 2012

TVC NEWS Pirates have hijacked an oil tanker with eight Sri Lankan crew on board, Somali authorities said on Tuesday, the first time a...

No work means Ethiopia is no home for refugees – report

TVC NEWS A ban on Eritrean refugees working in Ethiopia is hampering efforts to reduce illegal “secondary” migration, with tens of thousands risking violence...
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