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Activist hacking group Anonymous have declared this Friday December 11 a “trolling day” against the so-called terrorist group Islamic State (ISIS) as part of its cyber campaign against the militant Islamist group. In an online message, Anonymous asked people to mock ISIS, or “Daesh” as it is also known in the West (a derogatory term …

Brussels on lockdown

Julia Chatterley reports on the lockdown in Brussels.

Police aid in Brussels

Julia Chatterley reports from Brussels where Belgian police conducted a series of raids.

Paris attack ringleader dead

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the latest developments out of Paris.

Paris after the attacks

The markets show their fragility as the manhunt for suspects in the Paris attacks continues.

Paris attacks & the Fed

Will the attacks in Paris keep the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates?

Paris mourns

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Paris where the manhunt is still underway for suspects who carried out Friday’s attack.

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Germany may have a reputation as Europe’s economic stalwart, but a new report says the country is at risk of becoming the region’s money laundering capital. A study by the non-profit group European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), says that despite recent revelations over corporate tax dodging, the EU still provides a “wide-range” of …

Tsipras wins Greek elections

Greeks gave Alexis Tsipras a second chance, voting to re-elect him as the country’s prime minister.

Europe’s migrant crisis

Thousands of vehicles and delivery trucks are stuck along one of Britain’s main highways.

Greece receives financial lifeline

The head of the European Central Bank increased its emergency lending to Greek banks.

Violent protests in Greece

Protesters take to the streets in Athens on the same day Parliament votes on the controversial bailout deal.

German response to Greek deal

Many critics say Germany went too far during its negotiations with Greece. Steve Liesman explains.

Greece’s high priced deal

Wall Street rallies on a deal for Greece, but at what price for the indebted country?

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European leaders in Brussels reached a third bailout deal for Greece on Monday morning, after a final round of more than 17 hours of talks on the thorny subject of reforms and more financial aid for the near-bankrupt country. The president of the European Union, Donald Tusk, tweeted to confirm the news. Bond yields in …