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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

Sixth Night of Violence in Sweden

Rioting spread to several Swedish towns on Friday night as police stepped up arrests during a sixth night of unrest and far-right vigilantes chased non-whites in southern Stockholm. "We see the night's events as an offshoot of what has happened in the Stockholm area in recent days," local police told Swedish television.

China premier criticises EU for telecom probe, solar panel tax

China's Premier Li Keqiang has slammed the European Union for plans to probe the country's telecom products and impose taxes on its solar panels, Chinese state media reported on Saturday.

British Police Arrest Man After Spy Claim in Soldier Case

*Friend tells BBC spies tried to recruit one of suspects. *Counter-terrorism police arrest 31- year-old man at BBC. A man identified by the BBC as Abu Nusaybah told its flagship news programme "Newsnight" that intelligence officers had approached Adebolajo six months ago to see if he would work for them as an informant.

Row on arming Syria rebels deeply divides EU

A fierce row over whether to arm Syrian rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad's forces has left the European Union deeply divided days before the bloc needs to decide on renewing existing sanctions.

Van Rompuy seeks ways to fight youth unemployment

European Union president Herman Van Rompuy on Friday called on Europe's leaders for help in fighting youth unemployment, now at record levels across the bloc.

French Court Eases Pressure on Lagarde

A French court has eased the pressure on IMF's Christine Lagarde, by stopping short of making her an official suspect for a role a pay-off to a supporter of former president Sarkozy. The FT reports.

Scottish Business ‘Bullied Into Silence,’ Says Darling

Scottish business is being bullied into silence in the debate over independence by shadowy nationalist forces, according to Alistair Darling. The FT reports.

European Markets Close

CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including

European Markets Close Lower

Louisa Bojesen takes you through the European market close, where stocks have come in lower.

British Police Arrest Two Men on Pakistan Flight

British police arrested two men on a Pakistani flight on Friday on suspicion of "endangerment of an aircraft".

Russia’s ‘Facebook’ Blacklisted by ‘Mistake’

Russia's leading online social network was briefly banned on Friday, following intensifying official pressure on the company.

Weidmann says default should be option for eurozone countries

The head of the German central Bundesbank Jens Weidmann said on Friday that eurozone countries should be able to default, a possibility which the EU has gone to great lengths to avoid during the current crisis.

Eurozone sees bank union progress by June

Key obstacles to a banking union, seen as a keystone in locking down the debt crisis, should be resolved within the next few weeks, the official in charge of the day-to-day operation of the eurozone told AFP in an exclusive interview.

Euro-MPs back US trade talks, but with ‘cultural’ exceptions

MEPs have voted for cultural and audiovisual services to be excluded from upcoming talks on what would be the world's largest free trade deal with the United States, which insists there should be no exceptions.

EU bans three pesticides harmful to bees

The European Commission said Friday that it will ban for two years beginning in December pesticides blamed for killing the bees that pollinate food and fruit crops.