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Spain is supposed to be one of austerity's more positive stories. The economy has returned to growth after years of contraction. But years of budget cuts have caused havoc in education and health care.
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Statistically, flying is the safest way to travel. But when things do go wrong the impact is huge. Under the motto "Mobility for a connected world" the International Transport Forum in Leipzig is looking at improving safety standards for the aviation industry.
Greece dominated the G7 finance minister meeting in Dresden despite not even being officially on the agenda. Athens is still hoping to get another lifeline by Sunday. But the head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, has warned that a new bailout deal for Athens is not yet within reach.
More than a dozen banks have been named in the US Justice Department investigation into FIFA corruption. Bank of America, Citibank and others say they are cooperating with investigators. After our report we ask New York correspondent Jens Korte what Wall Street's saying.
David Cameron is touring European capitals, trying to win support for renegotiating Britain's ties with the EU. His message: his people might opt out of the bloc, if Europe doesn't give a better deal.
States loathe to spend more money might change their tune if they saw an increase in tax revenues, perhaps through a crackdown on tax havens. The EU passed a milestone with one such controversial jurisdiction as it signed a deal with Switzerland to share bank account data by 2018.
India's largest carmaker Tata Motors has seen quarterly profits slump 56 percent, due to sluggish domestic sales and weak earnings from its luxury British unit in China. Tata owns Jaguar Land Rover, which has been struggling to establish itself in China - the world's largest car market by production numbers.