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Swedish carmaker Volvo is recalling 59,000 cars across 40 markets over a fault that can temporarily shut down the engine. The software fault is restricted to five-cylinder diesels from the 60 and 70 series constructed from the middle of 2015. Group spokesman Stefan Elfstrom told Associated Press the fault could be "unpleasant" for drivers. However, he said there had...

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David de Gea played his first competitive match in nearly four months as Spain laboured to a 1-0 win in Macedonia to all but secure qualification from Group C of the European Qualifiers.. Juan Mata's cross-shot ended up finding its way into the back of the net early on to put Vicente del Bosque's side top of Group C...

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It has been a nerve-wracking week for staff at Greece's oldest private TV channel, Mega. On Tuesday, after going for two months without pay, staff were told the channel's owner could go bankrupt, shutting down the operation for good. But at the eleventh hour, shareholders agreed to prop up the company. So for now, at least, the 500...

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The head of the Eurogroup of finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, has said he hopes a deal with Greece on reforms and debt relief can be agreed later this month. Mr Dijsselbloem said talks on Monday in Brussels would be "a first discussion" and he hoped a deal could be finalised by eurozone ministers on 24 May. Greek MPs passed...

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The Greek parliament has passed new budget cuts and tax rises two days before a eurozone meeting expected to unblock much-needed bailout funds. The government led by the leftist Syriza coalition passed the widely unpopular bill by 153 votes to 145. Greece agreed to a third bailout worth €86bn (£67bn; $96bn) last year. Demonstrators gathered outside parliament on...

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Greece and its creditors can formally start talks on the country's third bailout after the necessary eurozone parliaments gave their backing. The final approval came from the German parliament after an impassioned and at times ill-tempered debate. A €7bn (£5bn) bridging loan has also been confirmed for Monday, when Greece has big debt repayments to make. The head...

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Sam Walker will go into the weekend of the Madeira Islands Open in a share of the lead as he hunts for his maiden European Tour title. England's Walker and Pontus Widegren of Sweden both fired six-under 66s on day two and ended the day out in front on 11 under par at the halfway stage, one ahead of...

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The French government has released a mobile phone app to alert the public in the event of a terrorist attack. The app is being released ahead of the Euro 2016 football tournament, which starts on Friday. It will alert geo-located users "in case of a suspected attack", the interior ministry said in a statement (in French). The government said...

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Luke Donald and Lee Westwood have confirmed they will tee up with tournament host Ian Poulter in the British Masters supported by Sky Sports. Poulter will welcome a host of big names to his home club at Woburn in October as the historic event returns to the European Tour schedule for the first time since 2008. Donald and Westwood...

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US President Barack Obama has said the UK vote to leave the EU raises "longer-term concerns about global growth". He said Brexit would "freeze the possibilities of investment in Great Britain or in Europe as a whole". He appealed to the UK prime minister and other EU leaders to ensure an orderly process for the British exit. Earlier EU...

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