Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) said on Monday that it would move assets from London to Frankfurt after Britain’s planned exit from the European Union next year, in line with demands from British and EU regulators.
Deutsche Bank to move assets from London to Frankfurt after Brexit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that a joint statement on Syria due to be made after his meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin would bring ‘new hope’ to the region.
Erdogan says meeting with Putin on Syria will bring 'new hope'
Germany on Monday rolled out the world's first hydrogen-powered train, signaling the start of a push to challenge the might of polluting diesel trains with costlier but more eco-friendly technology.
Germany rolls out world's first hydrogen train
British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted her Brexit plan was the only alternative to leaving the EU without an agreement – something the IMF said Monday would inflict "substantial costs" on the UK economy.
My Brexit plan or crash out of EU: UK PM warns rebels
Members of an anarchist group in Greece have reportedly attacked the Iranian Embassy building in the capital Athens with bottles of paint.
Anarchist group attacks Iranian Embassy in Greece: Report
London’s mayor Sadiq Khan has called for a second referendum on Britain’s departure from the European Union, saying such a vote has become necessary in light of government’s failure to secure a robust deal with the EU on Brexit.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second Brexit referendum
The Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama has said that he had known about sexual abuse by Buddhist teachers against their followers since the 1990s.
Dalai Lama admits he knew about Buddhist monks' sexual abuse
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she was "irritated" by speculation about a leadership contest as she slammed former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, seen as her most likely challenger.
UK PM: Talk of leadership during Brexit 'irritating'
On the tenth anniversary of a pivotal moment in the Great Recession, a group of demonstrators in the German city of Frankfurt have held a protest gathering to demand a stable financial system which is democratically controlled and which does not exploit humans and nature.
Protesters in Frankfurt demand stable financial system
A senior member of the UK’s opposition Labour Party has accused banks in the country of continually profiting from speculation at the expense of ordinary people, saying if the party ascends to power, it will not allow banks be the “masters of the economy” again.
UK banks profit at ordinary people’s expense: Labour

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