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Europeans juggle concern over the impact of small arms sales with the need to generate employment.
Budget deadlock could push Britain toward EU's exit.
Shrinking incomes are leading more families to switch to cut-price convenience foods.
As many battle to stay slim despite ubiquitous dumplings and goulash, some Prague chefs are going back to their roots.
Protest strikes aim to bring country to standstill as parliament prepares new austerity vote.
Hopes rise for gay rights after Sicilians elect openly homosexual anti-Mafia crusader.
Belgium celebrates its love affair with the humble frite.
Mired in crisis, Europe's haves and have-nots fight over the union’s next budget.
Crisis tensions ease as European leaders take a step toward banking union.
Do sweeping election victories for Belgian separatists mean Belgium, Britain and Spain are headed for history’s scrap heap?
The award reminds a troubled continent about the value of unity in midst of economic crisis.
IMF tells Europe to get its act together or risk undermining world economy as spats underscore EU divisions.
The permanent fund will bail out struggling economies and banks, but Spain says it's not interested.
Collapsing support for Hollande and Rajoy underscore the crisis pressure on Europe's political mainstream.
Stress tests reveal safety shortcomings at most of Europe's nuclear reactors. Their upgrade could cost $32 billion.
As a new audit reveals the scale of the country’s banking black hole, Germany makes it harder to climb out.
The government cuts $50 billion in a budget that treads fine line between public anger and market doubts.
The euro crisis is back: Spanish riots, Greek strikes and German backtracking compound the effects of grim economic data.
As a possible way out of the crisis takes shape, pressure mounts on the Spanish prime minister to request aid.
European countries condemn the anti-US violence, but concerns are growing over the impact of the unrest.