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Anti-Islamists, Akin apologists, and an animal rights party tempt Dutch voters, but euro zone economic fears raise hopes for centrists to seal victory.
Europe's central banker has unveiled a plan to ease the euro crisis — and markets seem to believe him. He aims to stabilize Spanish and Italian finances by promising to buy bonds in unlimited quantities, but only if they agree to swallow more austerity.
Once discreet, European bankers take off their gloves in a mounting fight over how to end the euro crisis.
European leaders face a flurry of meetings that could decide the euro zone’s fate. This time they mean it.
Europe’s crisis triggers a real estate fire sale, ranging from $1.50 homes to priceless heritage.
Will the last Portuguese out please turn off the light? Falling salaries and record unemployment are prompting many to emigrate. Oil-rich Angola is a major destination.
Museums close and monuments crumble as Europe’s budget squeeze hits culture spending.
Dirty tactics fuel fears about eroding democracy inside the EU.
The European Central Bank says it will develop ways to help struggling euro zone economies “over the coming weeks.”
Thursday is crunch day for the European Central Bank to act.
Gelato is undergoing a revolution in Italy, where it’s so popular, it’s seen as an antidote to economic crisis.
Experts don’t predict panic despite concern over rising prices.
No solution in sight amid calls for new bailout for Spain.
As European governments pass key measures, the crisis only worsens.
No end in sight to economic crisis as the government embarks on new austerity measures to stave off financial collapse.
As protesters in Madrid clash with police over new budget cuts, the housing crisis that plunged Spain into economic catastrophe shows no sign of abating. Especially here in Ciudad Valdeluz.
Amid economic woes, the Euro 2012 soccer victory gave Spaniards reason to celebrate. But now Real Madrid, Barcelona and other La Liga teams must tackle skyrocketing debt.
The venue for this morning’s dramatic euro rescue pact is seen by some as divisive, bureaucratically addled, and doomed for obsolescence. Just like the euro?
Analysis: In a major victory for Italy over Germany, Europe forges a seismic shift in its bailout approach — but that doesn't mean the euro is saved.
At the euro zone’s summit-to-end-all-summits, both crisis negotiations and soccer sour the mood for the German chancellor.