DETROIT (Reuters) - No. 1 U.S. automaker General Motors Co (GM.N) posted a quarterly net loss on Tuesday caused by charges related to the sale of its Opel unit in Europe to France’s PSA Group PEUPP.PA, but excluding the charges the results beat analysts’ expectations.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian security forces have arrested 12 suspected members of the Islamist militant Hasm Movement in the province of Fayoum 60 km (40 miles) south of Cairo, the Interior Ministry said on Tuesday.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch politician Geert Wilders launched an appeal on Tuesday against his conviction last December for inciting discrimination in a trial he said was politically motivated.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Former German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was elected president of Germany’s Bundestag or lower house of parliament, on Tuesday at its first session after Sept. 24 elections.