Many economists, bankers and analysts are saying that the worst of the euro crisis is behind us. We ask Ansgar Belke, a financial market expert at the University of Duisburg-Essen whether people are celebrating too soon.
Africa is groaning under its worst debt burden since 2001. On the continent where many countries faced bankruptcy in the 1990s, once again the outlook is grim. This time around, help is harder to find.
Paul Biya is set to be sworn in for a seventh term as president of Cameroon on Tuesday amid unrest, arrests and calls by the opposition for a vote recount.
Rome is determined to stick to fundamental aspects of its 2019 budget despite pressure from Brussels, according to Italian Economy Minister Giovanni Tria. The EU believes Italy's plans are "overly optimistic" and risky.
Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has officially resigned and his kingmaker party is leaving the coalition. Though longtime PM Benjamin Netanyahu can survive, early elections now seem almost inevitable.
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