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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.
EU makes progress on banking union plan, struggles to tackle youth unemployment.
Femme fatale in underage prostitution scandal has France at her feet.
Inquiry commission is the latest attempt to clean up the bank's murky reputation.
Former PM likely to appeal conviction for paying for underage sex.
The failure to unify European skies lays the union's woes bare.
Prosecutors allege the former policeman helped send thousands to death camps.
The resignation of a prime minister once dubbed Mr. Clean is creating political uncertainty in a country mired in corruption.
Czech police have arrested senior aides of the prime minister, who has vowed not to resign despite mounting accusations of corruption.
Washington's PRISM spy scandal dents Barack Obama's image ahead of his Europe trip.
Thousands protest as parties urge the government to put state broadcaster ERT back on air.
An EU spat with the IMF is underscoring policy disarray as Europe's recession rumbles on.
Europe’s capital fights back against bad press.
The detention of Stephane Richard, former aide to IMF's Lagarde, is the latest twist in $530 million payout scandal.
BMW and Bordeaux about to become collateral damage in Brussels vs. Beijing battle over anti-dumping tariffs.
Left-wing activist left brain-dead in clash with skinheads
Latvia is one of EU's smaller members with a population of just over two million, but its decision to join the euro has a symbolic impact since the country has become a poster child for the successful application of austerity.
European leaders reach out to religion, but churches struggle with waning numbers.