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LONDON (Reuters) - Vodafone said it would increase investment in the mid-term because it saw growth opportunities in its markets in Europe and Africa.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - States that invest too little in public health could have their credit ratings cut, according to the chair of a World Health Organization panel that wants a new global body set up to spell out the risks to financial stability from healthcare failures.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government has deployed troops to Ceuta to patrol the border with Morocco after thousands of migrants swam into the northern African enclave, a source from the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) -Mobile operator Vodafone reported a 1.2% drop in full-year adjusted earnings, coming in at the bottom of its guidance and missing market expectations, after COVID-19 hit roaming revenue and handset sales.
LONDON (Reuters) -Russia's spy chief on Tuesday denied responsibility for the SolarWinds cyber attack but said he was "flattered" by the accusations from the United States and Britain that Russian foreign intelligence was behind such a sophisticated hack.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Estonian start-up Bolt launched electric scooter services in nine German cities on Tuesday, saying the rollout was the biggest of its kind and challenging rivals with ultra-low pricing.
In Europe, it’s possible to ride in comfort on a train from Poland to the Black Sea.
For many new hotels, the decision to open is one that’s been years – and millions of dollars – in the making.
In spite of the ongoing pandemic, many people are still looking at places to travel to.
(Reuters) - Patience is a virtue not often associated with Serie A clubs, among officials or supporters, but the new U.S. owners of Parma believe they and the team's fans have enough of it to build a bright long-term future.