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Europe Stocks Slip Slightly as Greece Talks Get Under Way – Wall Street Journal

Europe Stocks Slip Slightly as Greece Talks Get Under Way – Wall Street Journal

ENLARGE European stocks slipped off seven-year highs Monday, with investors cautious as the next round of fraught negotiations between Greece and its international creditors got under way. The Stoxx Europe 600 closed down 0.1% at 376.55, after ending Friday at its highest level since late 2007 on upbeat eurozone growth data for the fourth quarter […]

Netanyahu Urges ‘Mass Immigration’ of Jews From Europe – New York Times

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Europe is a mess. Should American investors buy now? – CNNMoney

Europe is a mess. Should American investors buy now? – CNNMoney

Savvy investors know that often the time to buy is when things look ugly. Right now, Europe looks pretty disheveled. Greece is back in drama mode. It has too much debt that it can’t pay. Negotiations with Eurozone leaders this week have been tense, with no resolution yet. There’s even talk of Greece leaving the […]

Netanyahu to European Jews: Terror attacks in Europe will continue, Israel is … – Jerusalem Post Israel News

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu repeated his calls for European Jews to immigrate to Israel on Sunday, in response to the shootings in Copenhagen, Denmark. In the attacks, Jewish synagogue guard Dan Uzan was murdered early on Sunday, in addition to an earlier victim shot Saturday afternoon outside an event about Islam and […]

Ukraine Truce Will Only Hold If Deeper Tension In Europe Abates – Forbes

Ukraine Truce Will Only Hold If Deeper Tension In Europe Abates – Forbes

A truce seems finally to be settling in east Ukraine in the wake of sometimes maddening Minsk peace talks and it is of course a good thing if there is at least a pause in the bloodletting that cost thousands of lives and turned a million people into refugees. But obviously the underlying problem is […]

Gunman Believed to Be Behind 2 Copenhagen Attacks Is Fatally Shot, Police Say – New York Times

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How Angela Merkel became Europe’s undisputed leader – The Guardian

Last week, German chancellor Angela Merkel was not dubbed the “most powerful woman in the world”. Time magazine had done that a few years ago. Now, gender specifics are cast aside, as she claims the position of the European continent’s “most powerful political figure”, as the New York Times chose to call her. Interestingly, Germans […]

Europe Takes Stronger Measures, Albeit Symbolic, to Condemn Israeli Policies – New York Times

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Landon Donovan on His Sabbatical, His Time in Europe and His Regrets – New York Times

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Here’s Why Europe Wants To Break Up Google – Business Insider

Here’s Why Europe Wants To Break Up Google – Business Insider

Justin Sullivan/ Getty ImagesGoogle CEO Larry Page See Also The European parliament is considering a motion that would suggest Google unbundle its search engine from its other products, The Financial Times reported this afternoon.  Although the parliament doesn’t have the power to split up Google (or any company for that matter), this dramatic move […]