Friday, October 10, 2014
The economic skies above the eurozone darkened again on Thursday as data showed a sharp drop in exports from its two biggest economies, Germany and France.
Norway indicated it will spend more of its oil wealth in 2015 to counter a slowdown of its economy, according to budget plans presented on Wednesday.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
European Union leaders headed to Milan Wednesday for an emergency jobs summit that was set to be overshadowed by a deepening split over the rules governing the euro.
The EU on Wednesday approved Britain's ambitious plan to build its first nuclear plant for a generation, with French and Chinese help, marking a major victory for nuclear energy three years after the Fukushima disaster.
Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday became the first sitting president to appear before the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he has been charged with crimes against humanity.
Ebola's victims may include a dog named Excalibur. Officials in Madrid got a court order to euthanize the pet of a Spanish nursing assistant with Ebola because of the chance the animal might spread the disease.
Struggling French flag carrier Air France on Wednesday said last month's two-week strike would have an impact of around 500 million euros on its bottom line for this year.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Spain was investigating Tuesday how a nurse in Madrid could have become infected with Ebola, sparking fears of the first outbreak outside Africa.
Fresh from bouncing back in elections, Bulgaria's ex-premier Boyko Borisov embarked Monday on the tough task of forming a government capable of ending a long-running political crisis and boosting the weak economy.
The parents of the first baby born to a woman who had a womb transplant say they hope they can be an inspiration to others struggling with infertility.