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After a lengthy inquiry into a wave of suicides at France Telecom, the Paris prosecutor has recommended that its former chief executive and other key figures are put on trial for bullying. At least 19 people are known to taken their lives in 2008 and 2009 as the company cut thousands of jobs. Judicial sources say the company and...

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Seven football clubs in Spain have been ordered to repay millions of euros of state aid. The European Commission ruled that preferential loans to the clubs and deals on tax and property constituted illegal government help under EU rules. Real Madrid, the world's richest club and European champion, was ordered to repay more than €20m (£17m) in total. Separately,...

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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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Two whistleblowers have been found guilty in the so-called "Luxleaks" tax scandal and given suspended sentences, while a journalist has been acquitted. Former PricewaterhouseCoopers employees Antoine Deltour and Raphael Halet received 12 and nine-month sentences respectively for leaking documents. Prosecutors had sought 18-month jail terms for the two men. Edouard Perrin, a journalist who reported on the leaks, was...

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The language from Berlin is gentle - for now. Angela Merkel's spokesman said on Monday that, if Britain needed a reasonable amount of time to trigger Article 50, then the German government respected that. An impasse must, said Steffen Seibert, be avoided. But Chancellor Merkel has also ruled out any negotiations, informal or otherwise, with...

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Henrik Stenson admitted he had to "dig deep" after a final-round stutter as he clinched his 10th European Tour title at the BMW International Open. Stenson went 47 holes without a single dropped shot before he made four bogeys in seven holes late on a marathon 36-hole final day at Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof, but he birdied 13, 15 and 17...

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Heavy rain caused an early abandonment of play on the third day of the BMW International Open in Cologne with the leaders yet to begin their third rounds. Play was suspended at noon local time when the heavens opened, and the third round was abandoned for the day four hours later with the Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof course severely waterlogged....

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Former Ryder Cup player Stephen Gallacher's chances of making this year's team look slim after he suffered an injury setback that will force him to change his swing. Gallacher underwent an operation in March on a tendon in his left hand and initially returned to action at the end of April, but the injury has flared up and forced...

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The French national airline has asked passengers to check their flight status before travelling, as a pilots' strike coinciding with Euro 2016 caused it to cancel some flights. About a quarter of Air France pilots were on strike but the company said more than 80% of flights went ahead. Some Paris-Marseille flights were cancelled on Saturday, affecting fans travelling...

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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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