Despite Berlin's backing of the Cyprus bailout, Germany remains divided over how to deal with the eurozone crisis
Germany's biggest private lender has sold its British insurance business to raise urgently needed cash to pay looming penalties for its past misdeeds and to fight speculation of requiring state aid to stay afloat.
Heavy clashes have erupted in Aleppo as a three-day Russian ceasefire ended without the evacuation of civilians or rebel fighters. The warring sides are preparing for a final battle over the city.
Trump's refusal to accept the results upends a basic tenet of American democracy - where the losing candidate concedes. Clinton's ability to heal the nation as president will depend, in part, on her margin of victory.
The African Development Bank has announced that it will seek to bail out Nigeria with a $4.1 billion loan (3.6 billion euros) over the next two years and $10 billion by 2019.
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