BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - When Jean-Claude Trichet called last June for the creation of a European finance ministry with power over national budgets, the idea seemed fanciful, a distant dream that would
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With recent revelations about the Stuxnet and Flame attacks, threats in the digital universe are becoming more urgent. To defend themselves, governments, businesses and individuals will need to decipher one of the most complex, man-made environments on Earth: cyberspace.
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Russia is trying to attract more foreign postgraduates to its universities by removing red tape around the recognition of their degrees.
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