Mudenda announces Mugabe's resignation during a joint sitting of lawmakers in Harare, the capital, called to vote on a motion of impeachment of the 93-year-old leader.
Incremental shifts in the wording used to describe the expected path of its policy would make sense and be consistent with a gradual exit from unconventional stimulus.
Luxembourg's Arabic Association for Cultural Exchange (AACE) recently hosted its first event presenting Arab culture in the heart of Europe. The focus was architectural art, under the banner ‘Nature as an architect’.
During a trip to Saarland in Germany, Etienne Schneider put forward a transnational fiscal solution which seeks to reduce the daily commuting time of cross-border workers.
Sompo International is a subsidiary of Sompo Holdings, Inc. whose core business encompasses one of the largest property and casualty insurance groups in the Japanese domestic market.
In what is fast becoming a tradition, ARA City Radio is poised to have its airwaves invaded for the third year running for "Kids Christmas Takeover Show", and the station is looking for candidates.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel signalled she’s ready to face voters to break the country’s political stalemate, betting that they won’t blame her for failed talks on forming a coalition.
UK politicians are fighting to get a deal early next year that will ease businesses’ panic about Brexit. For some industries, it’s probably too late.
EU sources in Brussels say Grand-Duchy failed to garner enough votes to proceed to second round.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier tells a conference in Brussels on Monday that Northern Ireland will require a specific solution and that it’s up to "those who wanted Brexit" to come up with ideas.
The unemployment rate is 5.8%, the state employment office says. That compares with 6% the month before, as announced by the office on October 20.
Luxembourg City is beginning to transform into a winter wonderland and the annual ice rink opens this Wednesday on Place Guillaume II in addition to the Christmas markets on Place d'Armes and Place de la Constitution.
It's 'necessary to remain vigilant of a slight overheating of the market,' BIL's Chief of Corporate and Institutional Banking Marcel Leyers says in a statement.
London’s iconic red double-decker buses will soon run on a biofuel partially made from old coffee grounds.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared failure in her bid to form a new government, throwing the future of Europe’s longest-serving leader into doubt and potentially pointing the world’s fourth-biggest economy toward new elections. The euro fell.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front's central committee in the capital, Harare, on Sunday.
Vienna and Frankfurt emerge as the frontrunners to host the banking regulator ahead of a secret ballot at the European council on Monday.
Immigration and cuts in carbon emissions are two major obstacles to be addressed in negotiations on Sunday.
Each year, this festival offers visitors the opportunity to find the latest models of cars combining power, high performance and class.
The EU intends to track cigarette packages from the factory floor to the retail shelf using electronic codes, the latest weapon in a fight to stamp out illicit sales that deprive governments of more than €10 billion a year in tax revenue.