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Does the alleged bomber's trip to the Caucasus region hold the key to the Boston Marathon attack?
Shale gas riches tempt cash-strapped continent.
The country's economic woes have the euro zone scared.
Eighties Britain may have been grim, but it had a great soundtrack.
British europhiles come out of the closet.
Europe’s whack-a-mole approach to crisis management has left more countries vulnerable.
President says the island will not leave the euro, but slams euro zone members for bailout conditions.
Analysis: As Cypriots swarm to their reopened banks, the EU's botched rescue of Cyprus underscores more euro zone risk.
It’s easy to scoff at Europe’s horsemeat fraud. But things would be very different had it happened here.
Synthetic meat could feed the world and save the environment. But when it comes down to taste, will people be able to ditch traditional beef?
Equine recipes from around Europe.
On European menus: all creatures great and small.
Will Beppe Grillo bring down the euro?
Political deadlock in Italy reignites fears for the euro's survival.
Plans for a US-EU free-trade agreement promise to boost trade by $200 billion — but from parmesan to port, the devil is in the detail.
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.