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David Cameron ready for a referendum on Europe

The with AFP | 07/01/2012 at 8:52 • Updated 07/01/2012 at 8:52              “the British are not satisfied with what they have, and I either, “said David Cameon, in the” Sunday Telegraph “. | AFP / BERTRAND LANGLOIS “For me, the two terms ‘Europe’ and ‘referendum’ can go together” , Mr. Cameron wrote in … Continue reading

Iceland: twenty years of President Olafur for

Journalist Arnorsdottir Torah, a given time in the polls , obtained 33.2% of the vote. | Charlotte Chabas – The Far behind veteran political journalist Arnorsdottir Torah, a given time in the polls, gets 33.2% of the vote. The other four candidates, including an association president and a geologist, gathered some 12% of the … Continue reading

Italy went on to Mario sly devils (s)

Mario Monti, the Italian Prime Minister, December 5, 2011 in Rome. | AP / Gregorio Borgia God also knows whether the irritation was not often pointed in our comments flipping through the pages of major national newspapers. Mario Monti here and there by Mario Monti. The new savior of Europe? The man who would change … Continue reading

More divided than ever, Iceland elects its President

Icelanders are eligible to vote, but nothing in the city is no indication that an election campaign in full swing. | Chabas Charlotte / The Icelanders are eligible to vote, but nothing in the city is no indication that an election campaign in full swing. As summer heats up finally this piece of land … Continue reading

German lawmakers adopt a large majority on budget pact

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 10:21 p.m. • Updated 06/29/2012 at 10:21 p.m.                                                                       German MPs adopted by a large majority the European fiscal pact, Friday, June 29 | Reuters / PETER THOMAS 608 deputies present for the first vote, 491 voted in favor of fiscal pact, by which twenty-five of twenty-seven countries … Continue reading

The Paris Stock Exchange signs its largest increase in 2012 due to EU summit

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 18:59 • Updated 06/29/2012 at 18:59              The CAC 40 index rose 144.97 points, to 3 196.65 points, in a trade volume expanded to 4.588 billion euros. In this last semester, it is the highest since May 7 (3 214.22 points) and recorded an increase of 1.17% since … Continue reading

In Greece, the site for which “all is well”

Star journalist and young mother, Thora wants to restore confidence in Iceland

Arnorsdottir Torah, in Reykjavik, April 4. | AFP / Omar Oskarsson Playing without holding his broad smile and his eyes ice blue, Thora – in Iceland, only the first name is common – answers questions from his audience of the day with a disarmingly natural. Not long ago, this reporter, who has long hosted a … Continue reading

The EU launched accession negotiations with Montenegro

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 15h03 • Updated 29.06.2012 at 15h03                                                                       In a statement adopted at their summit in Brussels, the Heads of State and Government of EU say “approve” recommendation to that effect made by their ministers Tuesday European Affairs of “start accession negotiations” with Montenegro. These should open in the … Continue reading

EU agrees about the European patent

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 14:49 • Updated 06/29/2012 at 14:49                                                                       Europe for several decades trying to develop a system of patent protection at once an invention in all member countries, but talks stumbled on the choice of the city to accommodate a unified jurisdiction, jurisdiction disputes on a European scale. London, … Continue reading

The Bank of England asked about the “culture” of British banks

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 13.03 • Updated 29.06.2012 at 13.03                                                                       ” It is time to do something in the banking sector, “Judge Mervyn King, who” hope everyone now understands that something really went wrong in the UK banking sector “. | AP / Rebecca Naden “It is time to do something … Continue reading

Portrait of Ukrainians: the good life

MARINCHOUK Yulia, 35 YEARS, AND BUSINESS WOMAN ART KIEV . Being well-born does not guarantee happiness, but it can help. This banality comes to mind when discovering the apartment of Yulia Marinchouk. Modern, at once sober and tasteful, it lies in a new building in the heart of Kiev, 200 meters from the Saint Sophia … Continue reading

Two ETA militants, including one member “historic”, arrested in London

The with AFP | 29/06/2012 at 11:19 • Updated 06/29/2012 at 11:19                                                                       TROITIÑO Antonio Arranz, aged 55, a former member of the Madrid commando, author of among the deadliest attacks and ETA and accused himself of more than twenty murders, and Ignacio Sanchez Lerin, 39, were arrested in a house in the London … Continue reading

For a green exit from the crisis in the euro area

The | 29/06/2012 at 10:45 • Updated 06/29/2012 at 10:45 By Laurence Tubiana, Director of IDDRI and professor at Sciences Po, Lord Nicholas Stern, London School of Economics                                                                       To be effective, the plan to support European growth must be a credible plan. A plan that is based more so on the fragile foundations … Continue reading