German FM says Europe should form "counterweight" to U.S.2018-08-22
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said that Europe should form a "counterweight" to the United States whenever Washington "crosses red lines."
Lithuanian PM vows to boost competition in retail market2018-08-22
Lithuanian government will introduce measures to boost competition in the country's retail market, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on Tuesday.
Belt and Road Initiative brings development opportunities to Central Asia: Chinese ambassador2018-08-22
The Belt and Road Initiative has created opportunities for China and Central Asian countries to strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation and achieve common development and prosperity in the past five years, the Chinese ambassador to Russia has said.
Greek central bank governor warns not to repeat mistakes of past in post-bailout era2018-08-22
After Monday's exit from the bailout programs which kept her afloat and in the euro zone since 2010, Greece is on the verge of returning to normality, but challenges remain, central Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras told Xinhua.
Exhibition "Design China" opens in Copenhagen, Denmark2018-08-22
Exhibition "Design China" opens in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Hungarian national holiday celebrated in Budapest2018-08-22
Hungarian national holiday celebrated in Budapest.
Free Chinese Tai Chi class attracts many local residents in Brussels, Belgium2018-08-22
Free Chinese Tai Chi class attracts many local residents in Brussels, Belgium.
Bolivia to supply gas to Paraguay, eyeing regional pipeline2018-08-17
Bolivia and Paraguay will work on an agreement to export Bolivian natural gas to Paraguay and explore building a regional pipeline, Bolivian Energy Minister Luis Alberto Sanchez said on Thursday.
Chinese overtakes German for first time in Britain's A-Level Exam2018-08-17
More students took A-level Chinese than German this year in Britain's A-Level test, making it the third most popular foreign language in the test, according to data released Thursday by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).
News Analysis: Fallout from Italy's tragic bridge collapse jitters investors2018-08-17
A collapsed bridge that resulted in the deaths of 39 people is unnerving investors in both the private company that operated the bridge and the cash-strapped Italian government that now planning to dramatically increase the amount it spends on infrastructure maintenance.
Drunken Finnair pilot removed at Helsinki airport2018-08-17
A pilot of the Finnish national airline Finnair has been prevented from boarding his scheduled plane for being "under the influence" at Helsinki airport, local media reported on Thursday.
Gold collection of Chinese emperors exhibited in Ljubljana2018-08-17
A boutique exhibition of gold jewellery and tableware from China's Ming dynasty era (1368-1644) opened here on Thursday evening at the National Museum in Ljubljana.
10-20 may be missing in Genoa bridge collapse: prosecutor2018-08-17
As many as 10-20 people may still be missing since a viaduct collapsed in the northwestern city of Genoa two days ago, local media cited the city's chief prosecutor as saying on Thursday.
Largest ever VAT evasion scheme discovered in Germany2018-08-17
Investigators have uncovered Germany's largest-ever illegal value-added tax (VAT) evasion scheme, the Berlin State Prosecution Office has announced.
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