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The euro zone is finally out of recession, but hold the Champagne for now.
European politicians are trying not to flash their vacation cash as the continent heads to the beach.
Old tensions heat up over the Rock.
Where to cool off when Europe's cities are sizzling.
Italy faces uncertainty as Berlusconi vows to fight on despite his fraud conviction.
From Merkel to Google, the fallout from Edward Snowden’s revelations is spreading unease across Europe.
Although monarchies make up less than a quarter of the world's states, they represent half the top 30 countries in the United Nations index of global well-being.
Europeans overcome divisions to define Hezbollah military wing as a terrorist group.
Scandals and infighting are weakening the euro zone's southern flank.
The new head of the Catholic Church is moving fast to stamp his style on the Vatican. But will he prompt a papal revolution?
There may be recession, but Lisbon's nightlife is thriving.
A newspaper has published what it says are documents showing Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy received illegal payments.
Creditors have cleared a fresh instalment of bailout billions to keep Greece afloat over the summer — but Greek civil servants will pay the price.
After he abdicates this month, can the monarchy continue to help a fractious nation hold together?
Analysis: Lisbon's power struggle lays bare divisions over austerity.
Snowden's revelations threaten trade talks, tarnish Obama's image.
Revelations of American spying on allies are casting doubt on a transatlantic trade deal.
Campaigners are seeking a fitting memorial to a diplomat who saved 30,000 from the Holocaust.
European leaders approve a youth job fund, but hold off on tough decisions ahead of German elections in the fall.
A slew of bad news is clouding the EU’s progress in Eastern Europe.