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PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj dismissed the country's interior minister and the secret service chief on Friday because he was not told six Turkish nationals would be deported to Turkey.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria needs more time to decide whether to follow NATO and EU allies in expelling Russian diplomats over a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy, its deputy prime minister said on Thursday.
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants staged an attack near a military base in southeast Turkey's Siirt province, killing six Turkish security force members and wounding seven, security sources said on Friday.
COLOGNE, Germany (Reuters) - Germany and the Netherlands could deepen missile defence ties in the coming years to strengthen NATO defences, a German general told Reuters, at a time of growing tensions with Russia.
LONDON: CME Group Inc has agreed to buy Michael Spencer’s NEX Group Plc in a transatlantic deal that creates a trading venues giant spanning futures to Treasuries and foreign exchange.
LONDON: UK house prices fell for a second month in March, giving more evidence of caution among consumers after they took a battering from inflation.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland became on Thursday the final EU country to enact a bill ratifying the global agreement intended to provide a legal framework for reducing carbon emissions, which paves the way for the entire European Union to accept the accord as a bloc.
Facebook Inc said on March 28 it would end its partnerships with several large data brokers who help advertisers target people on the social network, a step that follows a scandal over how Facebook handles personal information.