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Business

Should Germany exit eurozone?

Andrew Sheng questions if Germany should exit eurozone because the move will not benefit the region.

World

Angola unveils cabinet, economic ministers keep posts

LUANDA (Reuters) - Angola's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos on Friday unveiled proposals for his cabinet following his election win last month, keeping his economic policy team in their posts in the government of Africa's second-largest oil producer.

World

Failed power grab puts Romanian PM in tight spot

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - After four months in power and a failed attempt to oust the president, Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta is under fire at home and abroad, with his coalition under strain before an election in December when victory is now far from assured.

Letters

Confused over right to choose

We have a far from perfect democracy but then there are no perfect ones anywhere.

Musings

Confused over right to choose

We have a far from perfect democracy but then there are no perfect ones anywhere.

World

Germany clears last hurdle to ESM bailout fund ratification

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany cleared the last legal hurdle to ratifying the euro zone's new bailout fund on Wednesday with a cabinet declaration that addresses concerns raised by the country's Constitutional Court.

World

Germany clears last hurdle to ESM bailout fund ratification

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany cleared the last legal hurdle to ratifying the euro zone's new bailout fund on Wednesday with a cabinet declaration that addresses concerns raised by the country's Constitutional Court.

World

Germany clears last hurdle to ESM bailout fund ratification

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany cleared the last legal hurdle to ratifying the euro zone's new bailout fund on Wednesday with a cabinet declaration that addresses concerns raised by the country's Constitutional Court.

World

Peru top court puts tribal sovereignty ahead of mining, logging

LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's top court has affirmed the right of an Amazon indigenous community to block outsiders from entering its lands - a ruling that could foil resource extraction in tribal areas, experts said on Wednesday.

Nation

Special Committee on Corruption recommends measures to strengthen MACC

KUALA LUMPUR: The Special Committee on Corruption will recommend constitutional changes aimed at strengthening the independence and effectivenes of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC