News Headlines - 28 September 2012

Missing British schoolgirl found safe in France | euronews

A 15-year-old British schoolgirl and her 30-year-old maths teacher have been found safe and well in Bordeaux, a week after they travelled to France together.

David Cameron hints at post-election referendum on membership of the European Union - The Independent

David Cameron has given the clearest indication yet that the Conservatives will go into the next election with a manifesto pledge to hold a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.

Germany, France push for financial transactions tax in EU | Reuters

Germany and France asked the European Commission on Friday to push ahead with plans for a financial transactions tax with a core of at least nine European Union countries, after failing to win backing for such a levy across the entire EU.

Slovenia debt to rise but no bailout needed: PM | Reuters

Slovenia's economy, saddled by a banking crisis, does not need a financial bailout, even though public debt levels will likely breach European Union rules in two years, Prime Minister Janez Jansa said on Friday.

EU threatens to levy $7.4bn anti-trust fine against Microsoft - Computer Business Review

Earlier Microsoft had fines totalling over $1.28bn The European Union (EU) threatened to levy fine of $7.4bn on Microsoft for its breach of a 2009 ruling ordering the firm to provide users with a choice of Internet browsers.








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