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Hodgson handed Swiss reunion in Euro draw

Nice - England manager Roy Hodgson was looking forward to coming up against his old side Switzerland after the draw for the Euro 2016 qualifiers paired the nations together on Sunday.The English, among the top seeds, were drawn in Group E along with the Swiss...
In the Media by Andy Scott (AFP)

Spain to return to scene of Euro 2012 triumph

World champions Spain will start their campaign for a third successive European Championship in a group with Ukraine, Slovakia, Belarus, Macedonia and Luxembourg, meaning an emotional trip back to K...
In the Media by Mike Collett (Reuters)

Incoming Czech finance minister says euro 'no problem'

Prague - The Czech Republic's incoming finance minister says he is open to adopting the euro, a move which Prague has shunned up to now amid the eurozone debt crisis, local media reported Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

European Central Bank interest rate reduction from .50% to .25%

The European Central Bank cuts interest rate from 0.50 percent to 0.25 percent. The historically low rate shows E.C.B.’s intentions to save the Euro but may have quickened the abolishment the Euro instead.
In the Media by Eric Deville

Op-Ed: Liberty Reserve shut down in money laundering investigation

On May 24, 2013, U.S authorities seized control of the LibertyReserve.com domain and redirected it into a sink hole along with arresting the owner Arthur Budovsky Belanchuk in relation to money laundering charges.
In the Media by Milton Este - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Spain has an economic plan, it looks vaguely familiar

Madrid - Spain is moving in a different direction now, although the Spanish economy is still faltering, they do have a plan. It looks nothing like the American plan for recovery.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 3 comments

New anti-euro party marks official launch in Germany

A political party calling for the dismantlement of the euro zone has been officially launched in Berlin. It's founding congress made clear it hopes to capitalize on disillusioned voters in the run up to the September elections in Germany.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Germany considers new property taxes for EU bailouts

Berlin - Germany is mulling new ways to raise finances to prop up the euro currency. Advisers to German Chancellor Angela Merkel are suggesting the weaker economies of southern Europe should levy property and asset taxes, to support future bailouts.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas

Access to medicines restricted in Greece

Athens - Access to new medicines for patients in Greece has been on hold since December 2010 and the arrears owing to pharmaceutical companies from the state-run health insurer total over 2 billion euros.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

EU spends 10,000 million euros per year on mercury pollution

The European Union is spending in excess of €10,000 million per year cleaning up mercury pollution, according to a new study.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Is the US Dollar at risk?

Is it now a good time to start dumping the US dollar? Although it's the primary dollar security, it may be wise to reserve other currencies.
In the Media by James He - 2 comments

ECB Report: Euro counterfeiting on the decline, reasons unknown

Frankfurt - A biannual information report by the European Central Bank highlights that counterfeiting of the euro has fallen dramatically. Although most are counterfeited €20 and €50 denominations, the practice is down 15.2 percent from the same period a year ag
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 3 comments

Video of all goals in thrilling Portugal-Denmark Euro 2012 match

Missed the Euro 2012 prelim match between Portugal and Denmark? Caught the action and want to relive the stunning goals? Thanks to YouTube, here are video clips showing each goal in Portugal's 3-2 win over Denmark.
In the Media by David Silverberg

Irish town returns to using the punt as currency

Clones - The town of Clones in Ireland, struggling with the Euro crisis, now uses the old Irish punt as currency in its shops. This is doing much to boost the economy of the town.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Did Bilderberg plan the Euro?

A Ghanaian website claims to have in its possession evidence that the Euro was planned by the Bilderberg Group 40 years before its inception. Sadly, this is not news but history.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 1 comment

Op-Ed: The Euro will collapse soon

Today Europe is heading for the ‘danger zone’, stocks log their worst day in 2012, this summer is an ‘eerie echo’ of pre-Lehman, Nikkei drops to worst weekly losing run in 20 years, and world growth at risk as U.S. employment stumbles.
In the Media by Eliot Elwar - 9 comments

Cameron: Euro crisis to worsen

As the various countries that make up the European Union struggle with austerity measures, British Prime Minister David Cameron says there is worse to come.
In the Media by Amanda Payne - 17 comments

The Netherlands drawn into EU crisis — may ditch the Euro

The Hague - The Netherlands has been drawn into the debt crisis in Europe as the government failed to agree on budget cuts, thus casting doubt on its support for the Euro zone.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Video: Presidential candidate wants France out of Eurozone

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a Gaulist candidate in the French presidential elections, says if elected, he wants France out of the EU bloc.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Unemployment rises across Europe

Brussels - The latest unemployment data for the Eurozone indicates that the rising trend in the jobless total continues apace. Further analysis of the data across European nations reveals some vast differences with the numbers out-of-work.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Greek austerity package passed

Athens - Greece has passed a package of austerity measures. The measures, as the violent protests have shown, were controversial with the Greek people but were demanded by the other EU member states and IMF.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Euro drops over economy concerns

The value of the euro dropped against other currencies on Jan 5 with its lowest rate against the yen in eleven years and a big drop against the U.S. dollar.
In the Media by Amanda Payne

Op-Ed: Debt relief — The solution for the Euro crisis?

The lead story on BBC News this morning was the huge rise in young people taking out debt relief orders. There is a lesson here for nations.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

US Federal Reserve Bank secretly funding European Sovereign Debt

A currency swap program created back in 2008 -2009 by the US Federal Reserve Bank to bail out American banks has been converted to provide much needed funds to European banks.
In the Media by Daniel Lick - 18 comments

Greeks react to latest austerity budget Special

Kalamatas - Digital Journal interviewed several Greek people in the Southern Peloponnese, to gauge reactions to the latest austerity budget.
Digital Journal Report by Katerina Nikolas

Investors dump euro, buy dollars

The euro is falling fast as European leaders desperately try to find a solution to their debt problems, causing a move to U.S. dollars.
In the Media by Daniel Lick - 2 comments

Obama urges European leaders to act quickly in debt crisis

Washington - United States President Barack Obama met with European leaders yesterday to pledge American support in fixing the Eurozone crisis and to urge a speedy resolution to Europe’s debt woes.
In the Media by Mike Lapointe

Op-Ed: David Duke and Patricia McAllister — A marriage made in Heaven

White Separatist David Duke has a new admirer whose conversion has caused alarm in the mainstream, but is giving rise to merriment in White Supremacist circles.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 3 comments

Papandreou refuses to resign, drops referendum

Athens - Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has decided not to resign but to ask for a coalition government. Having dropped the idea of a referendum he still has to face a parliamentary vote of confidence on Friday which may result in his downfall.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 1 comment

Chancellor Merkel says Germany has duty to help euro

Angela Merkel the German chancellor claims that it is the historic duty of the German people to stand by and back up the euro. She also said that no country should be left behind and every issue should be solved by all of Europe.
In the Media by Abigail Prendergast
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