Ten dead, more than 80 injured in Bavaria train crash

BAD AIBLING, Germany Ten people were killed and at least 81 injured on Tuesday when two passenger trains collided head-on at high speed in remote countryside in southern Germany. | Video

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German data raises doubts over euro zone

German industrial output plunged in December at the steepest rate in 16 months and exports unexpectedly dropped, in a sign that Europe's largest economy ended 2015 on a weak footing.  Video | Full Article 

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TUI offers alternatives to Turkey

TUI says bookings to Turkey this summer are down around 40 percent due to security concerns. the world's largest tour operator is investing heavily in Cape Verde and Bulgaria as alternatives to terror-hit destinations in North Africa.  Video | Related Video 

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Wave of Aden killings tests Gulf role in Yemen

CAIRO/DUBAI - The recapture of Aden by Gulf Arab coalition troops last summer has failed to provide any respite from Yemen's civil war, with residents facing a wave of bomb and gun attacks that is crippling efforts to stabilise the city.  Video | Full Article 

Greece's former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis addresses a news conference to introduce the so-called DiEM 25  (Democracy in Europe Movement 2025) at the Volksbuehne theatre in Berlin, Germany, February 9, 2016.  REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Varoufakis launches democracy movement

BERLIN - Yanis Varoufakis, who as Greece's finance minister last year tried to defy German-backed austerity policies, launches a pan-European movement in Berlin that he says aims to "democratise" the continent.  Video | Full Article 

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3-in-1 'wearable shelter' for Syrian refugees

Design students from London's Royal College of Art have created a prototype coat that transforms into a tent or sleeping bag. They believe the garment could offer aid agencies a cheap and sustainable solution to help refugees arriving in Europe.  Video | Full Article 

UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino gestures during a news conference after an Executive Committee meeting at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, January 22, 2016.  REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

European clubs back Infantino to lead FIFA

PARIS - Europe's biggest football clubs back UEFA interim chief Gianni Infantino's FIFA presidential campaign having worked closely with the Swiss through their umbrella European Club Association group.  Full Article | Related Story 

Stocks come back, but still lose

Stocks recovered much of their losses late in the trading day on Tuesday, but still closed in the red after another big drop in oil prices. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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