Brussels protest ends in clashes -
Brussels protest ends in clashes
Belgian police use tear gas and water cannon against anti-austerity protesters in Brussels after a 100,000-strong march by workers.
Jihadists 'using cruise ships' -
Jihadists 'using cruise ships'
Would-be jihadists have been travelling on cruise ships to reach conflict areas in the Middle East, by-passing airline checks, Interpol says.
Tax leaks set to spur state aid probes -
Fight against international tax avoidance likely to gain momentum after documents are published
Brussels in talks on €2.1bn fine compromise -
Plan to let Britain pay in instalments could leave Cameron isolated
Germany plans €10bn extra public spending -
Berlin gives in to calls for more investment to help avert threat of eurozone recession
Borisov unveils Bulgaria cabinet line-up -
Centre-right cabinet named after lengthy coalition talks following inconclusive election
EU warrant move to put £100m tax at risk -
Treasury ministers sound warning about pulling out of justice measures
Folly of Tory MPs over Europe’s arrest warrant -
Revolt against Cameron will highlight weak leadership on Europe
Draghi ‘autocratic’ style stays off menu -
ECB president says forecast dinner showdown failed to materialise
Trichet had to get tough with Dublin -
If France or Italy defies an ECB ultimatum, the eurozone could again be in crisis, says Peter Doyle
Russia rejects claim over Putin ally -
Russia rejects claim over Putin ally
The Kremlin dismisses US allegations of money laundering against a close associate of President Putin as another attack on the Russian president.
Luxembourg vows to end banking secrecy -
Juncker faces questions over claims Grand Duchy helped companies avoid paying billions of dollars
Tensions rise as Putin defends Nazi pact -
Russian leader questions criticism of Molotov-Ribbentrop deal that carved up Poland
Erdogan defends new $600m Ankara palace -
President says 1,000-room building will help reduce traffic
Writer 'suicidal over conspiracy' -
Writer 'suicidal over conspiracy'
A former journalist who claims he was framed for the unsolved murder of a French film-maker has said he felt suicidal over the alleged conspiracy.
Chemnitz back from brink on German journey -
Machine toolmaker’s success is tale difficulties east Germany has faced over past 25 years
Bulgaria’s Corpbank loses licence -
Dispute between majority shareholder and biggest borrower triggers a run on deposits
VIDEO: Riots over Belgium austerity plans -
VIDEO: Riots over Belgium austerity plans
Riot police have fired tear gas and water cannon during clashes with demonstrators as at least 100,000 people marched through Brussels in the first mass protests against government austerity measures.
Change has come to Brussels -
Change has come to Brussels
Juncker breezes into Brussels ready for a fight
Catalonia's non-vote that matters -
Catalonia's non-vote that matters
Not a referendum - but symbolic Catalan vote matters
VIDEO: European Central Bank -
VIDEO: European Central Bank
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi speaks after the governing council meeting.
Sexism row over Italy ice cream photo -
Sexism row over Italy ice cream photo
Sexism row over magazine photo of Italian minister
Tensions mount in Ukraine -
Minsk deal threatened by calls to scrap special status for regions under Russia-backed rebels
EU to press Luxembourg on tax breaks -
EU to press Luxembourg on tax breaks
The EU Commission says it wants information from Luxembourg over alleged tax breaks offered to more than 300 global companies.
ECB keeps interest rates on hold -
Draghi likely to face questions over his management style
Flamenco great Manitas de Plata dies -
Flamenco great Manitas de Plata dies
World-famous French flamenco guitarist Manitas de Plata dies in the south of France at the age of 93.
Letters reveal ECB threat to Ireland -
Central bank releases controversial papers
MPs set for EU arrest warrant vote -
MPs set for EU arrest warrant vote
MPs will vote next week on whether the UK should continue using the European Arrest Warrant, as judges warn the UK will become a "safe haven" for criminals without it.
Germany hit by 'longest rail strike' -
Germany hit by 'longest rail strike'
A four-day rail strike, billed as the longest in German history, hits passenger trains and threatens to disrupt celebrations marking the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.
Germany needs a foreign policy -
The danger is that Europe’s response to Ukraine is driven by the lowest common denominator
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