Munich's Automatica trade fair showcases people-friendly robots.
Tech giant Apple made $9 billion in the third quarter of 2016, marking a 19 percent drop mostly due to slumping iPhone sales. Analysts foresee growth near year's end, possibly boosted by Samsung recall troubles.
A US settlement over Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal has cleared a final hurdle, with a federal judge in San Francisco giving his approval for VW's multi-billion dollar buyback and compensation plan.
The EU and Canada are holding out hope for a trade deal despite the Belgian blockade. Opposition from Belgium's Walloon region is blocking approval in the country's parliament, needed for Thursday's planned signing of the CETA free trade agreement.
Panama is trying to shake off its reputation as a haven for dirty money.
German industry shrugs off Brexit - Tata chairman removed after four years on the job
A far-right Slovak lawmaker has criticized the legislation, saying the patrols keep public transport safe. But Slovakia's justice minister has warned, "No one can replace the police."
Russia's envoy to Budapest has been summoned over negative remarks to Russian media about a 1956 anti-Soviet revolt. Hungary has been marking the 60th anniversary of the brief but bloody uprising.
MEPs have revoked the elderly far-right leader's immunity over anti-Semitic comments made in 2014. It is a move likely to be hailed by French prosecutors, who have sought to charge him with inciting racial hatred.
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