Rising clothing and food prices kept British annual inflation at its highest level in three and a half years in March, official data showed on Tuesday.
A surge in global use of lithium, a key component in electric batteries, is leading to the revival of a centuries-long mining tradition in the Czech Republic's Ore Mountains.
Ukraine's reformist central bank chief Valeriya Gontareva submitted her resignation on Monday after coming under pressure from tycoons whose banks were shut down for illegal transactions and loans.
The outlook for London's financial sector has improved since Brexit was triggered, insists the man charged with its policy, even as banks remain set to move some jobs abroad.
The French government on Sunday published a decree for closing the country's oldest nuclear plant, fulfilling a campaign-trail pledge made by President Francois Hollande who is now in the final weeks of office.
A rare original drawing of Tintin from the comic book album "Tintin in America" sold for 753,000 euros (US$798,000) on Saturday in Paris, the Artcurial auction house said.
German factory orders rose a strong 3.4 percent in February, driven by healthy domestic demand, following a sharp decline in January.
U.S. regulators have agreed to a Chinese conglomerate's proposed US$43 billion acquisition of Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta on condition it sells some businesses to satisfy anti-monopoly objections.
The eurozone jobless rate in February fell to its lowest level since May 2009 as a resurgent hiring spree took hold despite uncertainty over Brexit, EU data showed Monday.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Sunday that "significant steps" would be needed on reducing his country's debt in order for Athens to finalize a long-delayed deal with its international creditors.