Ryanair pilots launch Europe-wide strike - Pharma tries to block use of its drug for executions
A lawsuit filed by a German pharma company against the US state of Nebraska has once again drawn attention to US authorities finding it hard to obtain the drug cocktails they need to carry out the death penalty.
German pharmaceutical company Fresenius Kabi had argued Nebraska cannot use its drugs to carry out an execution. A judge ruled that the execution can go ahead.
German pilots working for Irish no-frills carrier Ryanair are planning to strike on Friday, August 10. They are to join industrial action already announced by their colleagues in Ireland, Sweden and Belgium.
Germany is not planning financial aid to help Turkey deal with its currency crisis, the Berlin government says. Opportunities may arise to buy indebted Turkish firms, but for now German business leaders are indifferent.
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