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Nationalist campaigners are stirring patriotic passions ahead of a landmark referendum in the fall.
A hundred years on, the Great War still resonates around the world.
A century on, countries are stepping up efforts to commemorate the war to end all wars.
Depending on your perspective.
Spain's Felipe VI will take the throne of a country struggling to emerge from crisis.
Will the Red Devils become Brazil's surprise package?
Is it okay to root for Spain, and then vote for independence?
Under pressure from Putin, the Western alliance’s front line remains tense but defiant.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen is either a heroine or an economic disaster. Take your pick.
It may no longer be in the world's top 10, but reports of the demise of French cuisine are premature.
Disgruntled voters reject mainstream politics in pan-European elections
As voters select a new European Parliament this week, here's why it matters.
Sunday’s elections to the European Parliament may be a big yawn for most voters, but they’re set to provide a dramatic boost to far-right parties across the continent.
Balmy beaches, superlative seafood, buzzing nightlife — that's just the start.
To understand why EU sanctions against Putin are so weak, just do the math.
Despite some good news, the euro zone’s sunbelt faces a long, hard road ahead.
An ambivalent approach in much of Europe toward Putin's destabilization of Ukraine is crippling efforts to build a resolute EU response.
Nobody's a foreigner in Brussels because everyone's a foreigner.
The economic crisis continues to cast a cloud as the Portuguese remember their Carnation Revolution.
Candidates line up in the race for EU’s top jobs.