Friday, March 20, 2015
Top leaders of the European Union emerged from a meeting with the Greek prime minister early Friday telling him much what they have for weeks: Come up with a reform plan if you want more money to stay solvent. And do it fast.
Faced with plunging sales and dismal future prospects in the Russian market, U.S. auto giant General Motors (GM) announced Wednesday it was withdrawing its Opel brand from the country and closing its factory in St. Petersburg.
A German court on Wednesday ruled against U.S. taxi app company Uber, issuing a nationwide ban on its ride-sharing service uberPOP.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Violent clashes between anti-capitalist activists and German police marred the inauguration of the European Central Bank's new headquarters Wednesday, with police cars set ablaze, rocks thrown and windows smashed.
Prosecutors on Wednesday made Serbia's first arrests of people suspected of the Srebrenica massacre killings, The Associated Press has learned. It is a milestone in healing the wounds of Europe's worst civilian slaughter since World War II.
The UK's economy was set to grow by a better-than-expected 2.5 percent this year, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said Wednesday in the coalition government's final annual budget before May's general election.
A toxic mix of misuse of power and official silence has become the UK's shame as the country faces up to a growing web of evidence that the abuse of vulnerable children by powerful men was covered up for decades.
Cheap oil and money have lifted the eurozone out of lethargy, the OECD said Wednesday, but it warned investment was lacking to achieve rapid world growth and expressed concerns about China.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
European powers and Iran made little progress late Monday toward reaching an agreement to end the standoff over Tehran's nuclear program as an end-of-March deadline closes in.