Mobile phone users registered in the European Union will be able to use their devices while travelling or vacationing anywhere within the bloc without having to pay roaming charges starting Thursday.
The inflation rate in Britain has risen to its highest level in four years, as the drop in the pound since the Brexit vote pushes up the cost of living.
France's finance minister is in Athens to try to hammer out details of an urgently needed rescue funding deal for Greece by the end of the week.
The European Central Bank made a small step toward phasing out its extraordinary support for the economy on Thursday -- but left its stimulus programs and record low interest rates unchanged despite a spreading recovery in the 19 countries that use the euro currency.
Hundreds of taxi drivers in Poland's four largest cities drove at a crawl Monday blocking rush-hour traffic in a protest aimed at drawing the government's attention to the rising number of unlicensed drivers who offer transport services.
Prices for real estate in Paris are set to reach new records this summer, as buyers -- many of them Britons -- scramble to get their hands on flats in the French capital's most well-heeled districts, a survey of notaries showed on Tuesday.
The eurozone should have its own parliament and budget to cap inequalities between its richer and poorer members that could tear the bloc apart, the EU's economy commissioner said in an interview published on Monday.
British Airways said "many" of its IT systems were back up and running Sunday, but travelers still faced cancellations and delays after a global computer failure grounded hundreds of flights.
Hopes for a breakthrough in negotiations for cash-strapped Greece were dashed again and another deadline was set.
A closely watched survey of business activity across the 19-country eurozone shows economic growth holding steady at a six-year high in May while job creation has picked up to one of the highest levels in nearly a decade.