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  • He noted that the suspect in the March killing of the two U.S. airmen outside Frankfurt's airport had allegedly been inspired by watching Salafi videos online.

    Germany says Islamic terrorism still a threat

  • Though there have been several unsuccessful or foiled attacks by Islamic radicals in Germany, the first fatalities attributed to a Muslim extremist came this year in March when a 21-year-old Kosovo-born ethnic Albanian allegedly gunned down two U.S. airmen outside Frankfurt's airport.

    Germany says Islamic terrorism still a threat

  • Turning to Frankfurt's new runway, Ms. Merkel said the project is a "win" for Germany and "indispensable" for the country's export industry as it competes against rising powers in Asia.

    Merkel Sees 'Satisfactory' Growth

  • Reuters Bourse traders raise their glasses after the last trading day at Frankfurt's stock exchange.

    European Stocks End on Fragile High

  • IVG Immobilien AG's €400 million $551.1 million purchase of the Silberturm office tower and an adjacent building in Frankfurt's banking district last week is the latest in a wave of high-profile real-estate deals in Germany's biggest cities.

    German Property Market Stays Hot

  • In London the FTSE 100 Index was up 1.1% at 5609.30, Frankfurt's DAX was 0.9% higher at 6289.54, and Paris's CAC-40 rose 0.7% to 3742.69.

    Resource Stocks Rise in Europe

  • London's FTSE 100 Index was barely changed at 5682.38 but Frankfurt's DAX was up 0.2% at 6281.26 and Paris's CAC-40 Index was up 0.2% at 3773.34.

    European Stocks Nudge Higher

  • London's FTSE 100 Index lost 0.3% to 5578.62, Frankfurt's DAX was 0.9% lower at 6159.29, and Paris's CAC-40 fell 0.9% to 3661.03.

    Growth Fears Hit European Markets

  • London's FTSE 100 rose 0.9% to 5784.07, Frankfurt's DAX gained 0.9% to 6270.63, and Paris's CAC-40 advanced 1% to 3768.23.

    Resource Stocks Lift Europe's Markets

  • "For us and for many other companies, we don't see that the economy is weakening," said Dagmar Bollin-Flade, chief executive at Frankfurt's Christian Bollin Armaturenfabrik GmbH, which produces specialty valves for the petrochemical industry and power plants.

    Fresh Plan for Europe Crisis


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