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Spain slashes forecasts and delays deficit targets

Does France have right plan to revive its economy?

Japan PM's biggest test on economy still to come

Branstad offers defense of Iowa fertilizer plant

Egypt's fuel crisis adds to its economic woes

Greece orders striking ferry crews back to work

Eurozone debt burden stuck amid low growth

Berlusconi pushes to topple Italy govt

James, Heat beats Spurs 103-100 in OT Game 7 next

Portuguese unions hold major anti-austerity strike

2016 Rio Olympics aim for record sponsorship haul

Republican Party seems as divided, angry as ever

Former Sen. Warren Rudman of NH dies at 82

A paint-by-numbers portrait of changing nation

EU to hold France, Germany to account in push for growth

Government barred from intervening in appeal over halted fraud trial

Opposing Scottish independence camps appeal to voters' pockets

Irish coalition suffers local poll setback as Sinn Fein surges

Once Europe's lead preacher of budget prudence, Finland loses righteousness

Italy defence spending review to be done by end-year - minister

ECB's Visco says must be ready to do more for price stability

Renzi slows reform pledge frenzy as criticism mounts

UK May public finances show little sign of lower borrowing

Italy hits resistance to softer European spending rules

Egypt's government raises fuel prices dramatically

Primary Shock: House Majority Leader Loses

PM 'strict' on paid parental leave scheme

Germany posts record trade surplus as France stays in deficit

Global finance chiefs said to warn of growing economic risks

More austerity, reforms ahead for Finland, PM Stubb says

Italy vows rigour in strategy to change EU fiscal rules

Greek milestone helps Europe put crisis in past

Fitch downgrades Belgium outlook to negative

Yen slips to seven-year low as central banks diverge on stimulus

Modi has oil to thank for economic revival

EU to demand further corrections to Italy 2015 budget - source

French economy ekes out 0.3 percent growth in third quarter