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    1. August 31, 2015

      The refugee crisis reveals what we have become

      When Sir Nicholas Winton died in July, he was widely celebrated for a few days. Obituarists eulogised his work in...

    2. August 28, 2015

      Twin tragedies pile pressure on EU politicians in migrant crisis

      Pressure grew on European politicians to tackle a dire migrant crisis on Friday as the number of decomposing bodies...

    3. August 27, 2015

      Angela Merkel cautiously steers race debate in Germany

      When Angela Merkel made her first visit to a refugee shelter since she became chancellor a decade ago, far right...

    4. August 27, 2015

      Net immigration to UK hits record high of 330,000

      A rise in the number of foreign nationals seeking work in Britain has pushed net migration to an all-time record of...

    5. FT Photo Diary

      August 26, 2015

      Hurdle heat

      Athletes compete during their men’s 110 metres hurdles heat at the IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in...

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      August 26, 2015

      Arming Ukraine - it's time for action

      More than 20 years after the Ukraine Independence Act that created the country I love, its future hangs in the balance...

    7. August 25, 2015

      ECB’s Vitor Constâncio sees ‘few signs’ of slowdown in China

      A top European Central Bank official has played down the slide in China’s stock market and fears over bubbles in equity...

    8. August 24, 2015

      Germany’s demographics: Young people wanted

      When the quiet village of Ottenstein, in northern Germany, was faced with its school closing for lack of children,...

    9. FT Photo Diary

      August 24, 2015

      Still living in the Stone Age

      The so-called “Stone Age”-travellers, Lukas Heinen, Veronika Hocke and Marco Hocke walk in the forest near Altenbeken,...

    10. August 24, 2015

      European industrial groups hit by push to renewable energy

      After years of painstaking development, Siemens was triumphant in 2011 when its new H-class gas turbine, the world’s...

    11. August 24, 2015

      Angela Merkel and François Hollande to discuss migrant crisis

      Angela Merkel will host French counterpart François Hollande in Berlin on Monday to discuss Europe’s response to the...

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      August 23, 2015

      Where will the energy business be in 2025?

      Organisations, especially those that are doing well, can easily get stuck on narrow views of the future and their own...

    13. August 20, 2015

      Brussels in fresh push to share out asylum seekers across EU

      The European Commission will launch a fresh attempt to share out asylum seekers across the EU after a summer surge of...

    14. August 20, 2015

      Ukraine conflict drives German tank orders

      Nato’s eastern European members are displaying “concrete interest” in buying German heavy weaponry, one of the...

    15. August 20, 2015

      Irish recovery exposes acute housing shortage

      Jen Quinn is about to face a life-changing choice as she prepares to return to college after the summer holiday. The...

    16. August 19, 2015

      Germany braced to receive 800,000 asylum seekers

      Berlin has said it expects to receive a record 800,000 asylum seekers this year, more than the entire EU combined in...

    17. August 19, 2015

      German parliament backs latest Greek bailout

      The German parliament on Wednesday backed the latest €86bn Greek rescue deal, opening the way for the immediate release...

    18. August 18, 2015

      Switzerland shoppers stock up on goods from eurozone

      The concrete road bridge that links the picturesque Swiss border town of Rheinfelden to its German twin across the...

    19. August 18, 2015

      Report claims train commuters left ‘out of pocket’

      Train commuters are being left “seriously out of pocket”, according to a report that showed rail fares have risen...

    20. August 17, 2015

      Eastern members pressure Nato for permanent bases

      Nato’s eastern European members will join forces to increase pressure on the military alliance to station permanent...

    21. FT Data

      August 17, 2015

      Pole position

      The economy of Poland proved its resilience after the financial crisis – it was the only country in the European Union...

    22. August 17, 2015

      Currency war heating up for yen and euro

      Like frogs in a pot of water, European and Japanese policymakers face being trapped in rising temperatures caused by...

    23. August 16, 2015

      Merkel fights to contain Greece rebellion

      Chancellor Angela Merkel is fighting to contain the largest revolt from her party this week when the German parliament...

    24. FT Photo Diary

      August 14, 2015

      Reined in

      Anky van Grunsven ot the Netherlands competes on Whizashiningwalla BB during the Reining team final at the FEI European...

    25. August 14, 2015

      Berlin signals go-ahead for Greek bailout deal

      Germany has signalled it will give the go-ahead to a €85bn third bailout for Greece later on Friday after days of...

    26. August 14, 2015

      French farmers reap a harvest of strife

      Perched on a nine-metre wooden ladder, French farmer Cécile Chevereau reviews this year’s wheat harvest in the four...

    27. August 14, 2015

      Weak eurozone data underline fragile recovery

      Disappointing eurozone numbers released on Friday demonstrate the fragility of the region’s recovery despite a cocktail...

    28. August 13, 2015

      IMF: Lagarde eyes new act in Greek drama

      Christine Lagarde looked rattled. Sheltered inside a Washington think-tank on a stormy afternoon, just three days after...

    29. August 13, 2015

      Npower billing failures hit RWE earnings

      Operating profit at Npower dropped 60 per cent in the first half of this year after the group shed customers amid...

    30. August 13, 2015

      Prosectors charge Deutsche Bank employees over sales tax evasion

      Frankfurt prosecutors have charged eight current and former Deutsche Bank employees in connection with €220m in sales...

    31. August 13, 2015

      Tunisia terrorist attack to cost Tui up to €40m

      The terrorist attack in Tunisia in June will cost Tui between €35m and €40m this year, the tour operator said, adding...

    32. August 13, 2015

      Grainger to sell German business as activist circles

      Grainger, Britain’s largest listed residential landlord, is to sell its operations in Germany and shake up management...

    33. August 12, 2015

      Eurozone recovery hit by slump in industrial output

      A slump in eurozone industrial production has raised fears that the region’s economic recovery is already running out...

    34. FT Photo Diary

      August 12, 2015

      World Elephant Day

      The one month old elephant Anjuli plays with her sister Shila on World Elephant Day at the Hagenbecks zoo in Hamburg,...

    35. August 12, 2015

      Germany criticises Greek bailout agreement

      Germany criticised an outline deal between Athens and its bailout monitors as insufficient, upsetting eurozone attempts...

    36. August 12, 2015

      Eon profits fall amid big restructuring

      Cold weather boosted sales at Eon, Germany’s biggest utility by market value, but income declined sharply as the...

    37. August 11, 2015

      Bailout agreement fails to damp Greece concerns

      It took a 23-hour negotiating session with bailout monitors at a five-star Athens hotel, chosen by the leftwing...

    38. August 11, 2015

      Greece strikes outline of debt deal with creditors

      Greece struck an outline deal with creditors on terms of a proposed €86bn rescue package on Tuesday, marking a...

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