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Negotiations With Indigenous Groups Test Ecuador's Government

Largely fruitless negotiations between Ecuador's government and indigenous groups are testing President Guillermo Lasso's ability to head off renewed street protests and ensure fiscally crucial mining investments, indigenous leaders and industry experts say.

No Tulips From Amsterdam? Gas Crisis Hits Dutch Greenhouses

Greenhouse owner Pieter Wijnen would like to focus on growing vegetables, but since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, his life has revolved around gas and electricity prices rather than his red and yellow bell peppers or mini cucumbers.

Once Far-right Pariah, Sweden Democrats Eye Kingmaker Role

Once shunned by mainstream parties, the anti-immigration, far-right Sweden Democrats look poised to be main power brokers on Sunday, embraced by a right-wing opposition that has come to see them as key to ending nearly a decade of Social Democrat rule.

Ambac's $2.7 Billion Mortgage Case Against Bank Of America Heads To Trial

The trial in Ambac Financial Group Inc's $2.7 billion case against Bank of America is expected to begin in New York state court on Wednesday, 12 years after the bond insurer sued over troubled mortgage-backed securities issued before the 2008 financial crisis.Starting in 2004, Ambac insured securities backed by 375,000 home loans from the bank's Countrywide unit.