BfV head tells German TV no guarantee agents can stop all cases
Currently, the bank's main benchmark interest rate is at a record low of zero
State Department says both countries will exchange data on their respective nuclear arsenals 'within the next month ....'
President Dalia Grybauskaite told reporters after visiting NATO troops in central Lithuanian town of Rukla that 'Iskander missiles are being stationed in Kaliningrad for permanent presence as we speak'
Russia voiced concern that it was unable to confirm whether US submarines and bombers, reconfigured to carry conventional weapons, were rendered incapable of carrying nuclear weapons
Soldiers have been drafted in to help clear streets of Moscow and surrounding region after a record snowfall which delayed flights, fell hundreds of trees, and turned some roads and pavements into an obstacle course
The parties are racing to clinch a deal on renewing the coalition that has governed since 2013 and end months of uncertainty
Ilham Aliyev, who has ruled the oil-rich Caspian Sea nation since 2003, had been expected to seek re-election in November, but his office announced on Monday that an early election would be held in April
Effects on the eurozone are 'uncertain and complex,' say the economists, especially if the tax cut increases the US budget deficit
Bill has sparked outrage in Israel, raising tensions with a close ally
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said he is proud of the National Health Service and rejected Trump's claim that it's collapsing