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Will ECB walk or just talk as rate circus comes to Europe?
The global march towards lower interest rates reaches Europe this week with the European Central Bank expected at least to signal easier monetary policy, while Turkey’s new banking chief is seen taking an ax to the country’s rates.
US wants to use nuke depots in Europe against Russia, analyst says
The US government intends to use its nuke depots in Europe against Russia, political analyst George Szamuely tells Press TV.
Europe dived into negative rates, now it can't find a way out
Europe’s unconventional experiment with negative interest rates to spur economic growth and inflation is looking like a trap.
Zarif: Don't forget 'worst atrocity in Europe since WWII'
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the worst mass killing of Muslims in Bosnia more than two decades ago “mustn’t be forgotten”.
European industry shows signs of life as output beats estimates
Europe’s economy got a shot in the arm on Friday with a report showing the biggest jump in industrial production in four months.
Saudi Arabia ordered 122 executions in first half of 2019: Rights organization
A Europe-based human rights organization says Saudi authorities have ordered the execution of 122 people in the first half of 2019 — well over double the number of beheadings carried out in the first six months of the preceding year.
Iranian police bust 203kg of heroin en route to Europe
Iranian police forces in East Azarbaijan Province seized a 203-kilogram shipment of heroin destined for Europe.
Germany faces pressure to spend as economic risks grow in Europe
Trade tensions and uncertainty surrounding Brexit are raising economic risks for the euro area, prompting France to urge Germany to loosen its purse strings to support growth.
Wildfires, power cuts plague Europe as heatwave breaks records
Hundreds of firefighters battled on Saturday to contain wildfires in southern France as a stifling heatwave brought record-breaking temperatures to parts of Europe, killing at least three people in Italy.
Europe to announce first credit line for Instex: WSJ
A new report in the Wall Street Journal has suggested that the three European parties to a landmark nuclear deal with Iran are to announce their first practical effort to save a special mechanism for trade with the country amid growing economic sanctions imposed by the United States on Tehran.
Iran: Europe lacks determination, not capability
Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi said Iran now has no doubt that the Europeans’ political unwillingness, and NOT their inability, is to blame for their failure to fulfill their commitments under the 2015 agreement.
Europe braces for 40°C temperatures as forecasters warn of 'unprecedented' heatwave
Europe is set to feel the heat as a sizzling heatwave is expected to bring temperatures as high as 40°C to parts of the continent next week.

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