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Sunday, June 21, 2015
In Macedonia, EU-bound migrants cycle to better lives
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
German public mood darkens on Greece
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.
Record gains for anti-immigrant party in Danish vote
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 talks 'good culinary adventures'
Diana Henry had a degree from Oxford, a great job at the BBC and the promise of a golden future.
Waterloo bicentennial unites yet divides Europe
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
Greece's future in EU at stake as ministers gather for talks
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.
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