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Erskine Bridge wins Scotland's top cultural honor2018-11-30
One of Scotland's most iconic bridges was Thursday awarded the highest architectural honor. The Erskine Bridge has been recognised by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Nordic central banks emphasize security of digital payment2018-11-30
Nordic central banks on Thursday underlined the risk of breakdown on the digital payment systems, urging the regulators and commercial bankers to do more for cyber security.
China, Britain eye further exchanges of personnel in science, innovation2018-11-30
China and Britain should strengthen exchanges of personnel in the field of science and innovation as part of the efforts to push forward the "Golden Era" bilateral relations, said a senior Chinese official on Thursday.
Homeless people on rise in Ireland due to rising rents, home prices2018-11-30
The number of the homeless people in Ireland stood at 9,724 as of the end-October of this year, up 14.5 percent while compared with the same period last year, according to a report released here on Thursday.
China, EU submit joint proposals to promote selection process of WTO's Appellate Body2018-11-30
China, the European Union (EU) and other World Trade Organization (WTO) members have submitted joint proposals on the reform of the WTO's dispute settlement mechanism, known as the Appellate Body, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
Chinese city Heyuan to promote trade ties with Britain2018-11-30
Chinese city Heyuan in the Guangdong province strived to enhance economic and trade cooperation with British companies in London on Thursday.
Finnish PM concerned about U.S. tariffs' negative impact2018-11-30
Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila voiced his concern over the trade situation between the European Union (EU) and the United States during his visit to the United States, Finnish media reported on Thursday.
Merkel's plane experiences technical problem en route to G20 summit2018-11-30
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's flight to G20 Summit was interrupted on Thursday evening due to a technical problem.
Experts see deficit in promoting Greece's gastronomy tourism2018-11-30
Greece does not promote its gastronomy tourism the way it should, given the wealth of the country's culinary delights and the size of incoming tourism centering on its natural beauty and culture, experts said as the planning for the 2019 tourism season is fully under way.
Czech police to tighten security measures during Christmas holidays2018-11-30
Beginning on Dec. 1, more Czech police officers will be patrolling the streets as the country tightens security measures for next month's Christmas holidays, senior officials said on Thursday.
Ukrainian PM, German chancellor agree to boost cooperation2018-11-30
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met in Berlin on Thursday and agreed to boost cooperation between their countries, the Ukrainian cabinet's press service said.
Deutsche Bank offices raided in money laundering probe2018-11-30
German investigators have raided the offices of Deutsche Bank on Thursday as part of a probe into potential money-laundering activities by the Frankfurt-based lender.
Italy to spare no effort to take abducted aid worker home safely from Kenya2018-11-30
Italian authorities were closely following the developments in the abduction of a national aid worker occurred in Kenya last week, and would spare no effort to bring her back home, according to officials.
Slovak parliament approves resolution rejecting global compact for migration2018-11-30
Slovak parliament on Thursday adopted a resolution, asking the government to reject the UN Global Compact for Migration.
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