Caps on interchange fees are good for business, but could mean banks pass the cost on to customers
A French retailer has withdrawn 'Islamophobic' toy guns after facing a customer backlash
With Marine Le Pen threatening to beat Hollande, John Gaffney gives a cautious welcome to Sarkozy
Festival of lager and Bavarian culture is worth an estimated €1.1bn to German economy
16-year-old Hamed from Gaza clung to a lifebuoy: one by one the others drowned
Cameron loses a conservative ally as the far-right plans to take advantage of a weak minority government
Doctors say they are hopeful the five-year old will make a 'full recovery' – but what is proton beam therapy?
Details of passengers flying from British airports may be passed to US for 'pre-clearance'
Michael Gove urges British people to speak out against wave of anti-Jewish sentiment sweeping the continent
Leaders waiting to see if 'shaky' ceasefire holds, as Moscow threatens retaliatory measures
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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