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Judge who pursued Pinochet accused of violating amnesty for crimes under Spanish dictatorship.
Analysis: Tension between Paris and Ankara could harm efforts to form united front over Iran, Syria.
Discontent spills over onto the streets as government pushes austerity.
Decision shows crisis-weakened bloc can still flex foreign policy muscle.
As S&P downgrades “Old Europe,” emerging countries like Poland are booming.
A “yes” vote in Sunday’s poll would mean European Union membership in 2013.
Hungary’s Orban denies authoritarian slide in talks with European Parliament, and wins kudos from far-right.
New leader demands voice for lawmakers in key euro crisis talks.
Stand-off threatens hopes of bailout for Hungary’s stricken economy.
Delegation travels to Europe to study prospects for a regional currency.
Germany and Asia keep sales buoyant for luxury timepieces.
"Orbanization" of Hungary poses deep questions for Europe.
Same-sex unions emerge as issue in French presidential race.
As Scots eye a diminished UK, separatists across Europe wonder if they can make Italy, Spain and Belgium forgotten nations.
National Front leader Marine Le shows one-third of French back far-right ideas.
President Malam Bacai Sanha’s death raises concern of increased narco-trafficking to Europe.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi eclipses Ronaldo among soccer’s greats
Chinese, Russians and others hunt for bargain assets in debt-burdened EU.
On Tobin tax, French president outflanks socialist rivals, but at what cost?
Netherlands has long been relaxed about sex, drugs and immigration. No more?