Recently named "best finance minister in Europe", Anders Borg is no doubt worried about the publication of the OECD's outlook for 2012. With zero growth forecast, the "Swedish Tiger " is no more.

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Sudden brake threat – Svenska Dagbladet

The OECD's 2012 outlook anticipates six months of recession in the eurozone, followed by a very slow recovery.

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Eurozone economy faces threat of a decade without growth – Le Monde

A hundred Serbs and 25 NATO soldiers were injured in Zupce (a village with a Serb majority in northern Kosovo) during clashes that erupted after KFOR tried to dismantle a barricade erected by Serb demonstrators.

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KFOR fired at us from three metres – Blic

After defeat in the November 27 referendum, the movement to halt construction of a new underground railway station in Stuttgart is now discussing ways to keep up its fight.

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Protest goes under – Die Tageszeitung

There is now more unemployment amongst the over 50 than amongst the young in Poland. This is partly a result of the scrapping of the early retirement scheme, writes DGP.

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After 50, only unemployment – Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

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United States admonishes Europe to attack debt crisis now – La Vanguardia