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Deutsche Bank stock gains on reports of new CEO search

Shares in Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank gained Tuesday after a newspaper reported that the troubled financial giant was seeking a new chief executive as it struggles to right itself.

Germany’s Angela Merkel vows swift return to govt work to boost Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised Monday that her new government would start work swiftly and lend a strong voice to Europe, a day after she secured a coalition for her fourth term.

EU vows to strike back at Donald Trump trade threat

The EU warned on Tuesday it would take "appropriate measures" to defend its interests if the US imposes tough trade sanctions as President Donald Trump delivers on his protectionist policies.

Opel to export cars to Tunisia, Morocco – CEO

PSA Group’s Opel plans to start exporting cars to Tunisia and Morocco from its European plants, its chief executive told German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) on Monday.

Crunch time for Angela Merkel to build coalition or face new polls

German Chancellor Angela Merkel resumed complex coalition talks Saturday in a last-ditch effort to forge a government and avert a political crisis in Europe's biggest economy.

We want stolen Benin artefacts returned – Governor Obaseki

The Governor of Edo State, Mr Godwin Obaseki, has said that his administration has commenced engagements with relevant stakeholders to ensure the return of stolen Benin artefacts.

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Luis Suarez wins 100th Uruguay cap, Saudi Arabia drop goalkeeper

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Suspected cultist allegedly threatens lady who resists his love advances

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