Sunday, June 21, 2015
Fleeing their trouble-torn countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, streams of EU-bound migrants are driving an unexpected trade in a quiet town in Macedonia -- bicycles.
Joseph Eyube always felt there was a performer inside him waiting to get out.
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Greece on Friday insisted a last-ditch deal on its debt was possible and dismissed "terror scenarios" of a default that is looking increasingly likely, as emergency European meetings continue in a bid to break the deadlock.
Friday, June 19, 2015
BERLIN - As the Greek debt drama careers toward a dangerous climax, the mood in Germany has deteriorated to the point where a slight majority now believes Athens should leave the eurozone.
COPENHAGEN - The anti-immigration Danish People's Party (DPP) became Denmark's second largest party in Thursday's general election and the biggest in the right-wing bloc, which ousted a centre-left government.
Diana Henry had a degree from Oxford, a great job at the BBC and the promise of a golden future.
European royals and diplomats gathered in Belgium on Thursday to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, a turning point for the continent which still touches a nerve and stirs national passions.
Global police have seized "huge amounts" of wildlife contraband, including some 12 tons of ivory, as well as rhino horn and whale bones, in a massive operation across 62 countries, Europol said Thursday.
Spain's Princess Cristina and her husband have sold their Barcelona mansion, reportedly worth nearly seven million euros (US$8 million), in a fraud scandal that has embarrassed the monarchy, a court said Thursday.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Eurozone finance ministers were set to hold crunch talks over Greece Thursday, after a barrage of warnings that the country risks a damaging exit from the EU if it fails to strike a deal with its creditors.