Italy and Iran on Thursday signed a framework credit agreement to fund investments worth up to 5 billion euros ($6.02 billion) in Iran, Italy’s Economy Ministry said.
Italy signs EU’s biggest ever credit deal with Iran
A Swiss campaign group has launched a petition calling on US President Donald Trump to stay away from the World Economic Forum in Davos later this month.
Thousands sign Swiss petition to keep Trump away from Davos forum
Former British football coach Barry Bennell, who is standing trial charged with multiple sex abuse charges against children, has admitted seven counts of indecent assault against three boys aged 11 to 14.
Ex-British football coach Bennell admits seven child sexual offenses
French President Emmanuel Macron pleaded on Wednesday for European unity in the face of China's growing economic power as he wrapped up a visit to Beijing with several business deals.
Macron urges European unity to face rising China
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday that relations with the United States were harmed by Washington’s refusal to extradite cleric Fetullah Gulen and its provision of arms to the Kurdish militant YPG.
Turkey, US relations may deteriorate if Washington does not fix mistakes
The United Kingdom’s Ambassador to Iran said the Islamic Republic’s domestic affairs, including recent unrests, are none of his country’s business and that the UK will stay out of Iranian internal affairs.
UK says Iran’s domestic affairs ‘none of our business’
Demonstrators with Greek Communist-affiliated group PAME stormed into the labor ministry on Tuesday protesting over new labor reforms demanded by the country's foreign creditors.
Greek protesters storm into labor ministry
Scientists have successfully created the first-ever functioning human skeletal muscles from skin-based induced pluripotent stem cells, a significant breakthrough that, among others, holds out the promise for better understanding and treating rare muscular diseases.
Scientists make first-ever functioning human skeletal muscles from skin cells
German industrial workers widened industrial action on Tuesday, with tens of thousands of staff at metals and engineering companies downing their tools in support of wage claims by union IG Metall.
German industrial workers widen strike over wage
French prosecutors have opened an investigation into Apple over revelations it secretly slowed down older versions of its handsets.
France investigates Apple for planned obsolescence

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