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Will Italy reignite the euro crisis in this weekend's vote?
Vatican watchers predict Italians or Latin Americans are most likely to claim St. Peter's throne.
As police launch a continent-wide criminal investigation, fresh revelations are uncovering a murky world of food trading behind ready-made-meals.
As Italy prepares for elections, Mussolini, the father of Fascism, is casting a long shadow.
How a group of English eccentrics could change the face of Europe.
There's $244 billion in the pipeline, but will it reach the people in crisis-stricken countries who need it?
Despite defense cuts, few European countries come close to France for military power.
What David Cameron really meant to tell the European Union.
War is a big risk for the French president, but inaction could have been even more dangerous.
President Francois Hollande's gay marriage bill revives bitter debate over the rights of same-sex couples in France.
The movie star looked north of the border for tax breaks, and he's not the only one.
Smoking pot in the Netherlands is now a city-by-city choice for tourists.
It's Monti vs. Berlusconi as Yuletide sparring launches campaign.
The euro zone survives another year, but faces a grim 2013.
Risalamande, Denmark's favorite Yuletide dessert.
Cappone ripieno, a typical Christmas Day lunch.
EU leaders clinch a bank deal, but face growing pressure to focus on growth.
As some European media outlets shut down, newspapers struggle to cope with recession and digital competition.
Too much tuna can be bad for your brain, report warns.
Europeans juggle concern over the impact of small arms sales with the need to generate employment.