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Tunisian policeman and three Islamist militants killed in clashes

TUNIS (Reuters) – A Tunisian policeman and three Islamist militants were killed on Monday in a security operation in a remote area near the...

Norwegian Air asks for bond repayment extensions

By Terje Solsvik and Gwladys Fouche OSLO (Reuters) – Budget airline Norwegian Air <NWC.OL> is asking bondholders to extend the maturity of its debt by...

Iran says it closes gaps with France in talks on nuclear...

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran and France’s views have become closer over Tehran’s nuclear deal, mainly after phone calls between President Hassan Rouhani and his...

Greece moves hundreds of asylum-seekers from crowded island camp

By Alkis Konstantinidis LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) – Greece began moving hundreds of asylum-seekers on Monday from a camp on the island of Lesbos that holds...

Russian court orders seizure of stake in bank in dispute with...

MOSCOW (Reuters) – A court in Russia’s Far East ordered the seizure of a stake in Vostochny Bank held by private equity group...

UK considers deploying drones to the Gulf amid Iran tensions: Sky...

(Reuters) – The United Kingdom is considering deploying British drones to the Gulf amid tensions with Iran, Sky News reported early on Monday. UK’s...

MTG eyes expansion into China as Huya buys stake in e-sports...

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Shares in MTG <MTGb.ST> soared 24% on Monday after the Swedish e-sports and gaming firm said Chinese live streaming platform...

Euro zone manufacturing slump dragged on in August: PMI

LONDON (Reuters) – Euro zone manufacturing activity contracted for a seventh month in August as a continued decline in demand sapped optimism, a survey...

Texas gunman fired from job before massacre; victim IDs emerge: media...

By Keith Coffman and Rich McKay (Reuters) – The man who killed seven people and wounded 22 others in a rolling rampage across West Texas...

German manufacturing sector remains in contraction in August: PMI

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s export-dependent manufacturing sector remained in contraction in August, a survey showed on Monday, as weaker demand pushed companies to scale...