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Lance Armstrong (left) is not surprised Jan Ullrich of Germany (right), who was second in the 1998 Tour de France, has been revealed to have doped on that Tour. Photograph: Reuters

Lance Armstrong said he was not shocked by a French senate inquiry’s findings that the top two in the 1998 Tour de France took the banned blood booste(...)

The is the full text of The Irish Times interview with European Stability Mechanism (ESM) managing director Klaus Regling on July 22nd, 2013. PRECAUTI(...)

 Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chief-of-staff Ronald Pofalla. Photograph: Getty Images

Chancellor Angela Merkel attended Wagner’s Flying Dutchman in Bayreuth yesterday, leaving her chief-of-staff to face the music in Berlin over grounded(...)

Klaus Regling, chief executive officer of the European Stability Mechanism. Photograph: Graham Crouch/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Amidst the vast expanse of Luxembourg’s gleaming financial and European district, a new building has quietly taken its place. The European Stability M(...)

German business morale edged up for a third straight month in July in a sign Europe’s largest economy is picking up steam and should post modest growt(...)

The process of converting the television licence fee into a household broadcasting charge seems set to deliver a festival of discontent over the next (...)

Private industry in the euro zone expanded for the first time in more than a year in July, which was also a good month for US factories, but the massi(...)

Former directors of bailed-out German lender HSH Nordbank will appear in court today in the first case of the entire executive board of a European ban(...)

Efraim Zuroff, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre’s chief Nazi hunter, in front of a placard reading “Operation last chance - late but not too late”, in Berlin yesterday. Photograph: Gero Breloer/AP

The poster before the Austrian embassy in Berlin could be advertising fast food or washing powder. But, look closer, and you see the entrance to th(...)

Rene Schuster, CEO of the German Telefonica unit, which will sell buy KPN’s German unit for some €8.1 billion in cash and shares. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

Dutch telecoms group KPN will sell its German unit to Telefonica for €8.1 billion in cash and shares, in a long-awaited deal that will test the views (...)

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