The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) in the European parliament has announced it cannot support the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
The European Union's executive said on Wednesday it did not intend to impose any particular measures on imports from the United States following the discovery of the country's first case of mad cow disease or BSE in six years.
EU gave green light to bar anti-ECB protesters from entering country during summit
The outrage over the allocation of London 2012 Olympic tickets reignites as ticket-hungry Britons see fresh opportunity to buy slip from their hands.
Europe’s austerity backlash gains steam in challenge to German-driven program
The European Union on Monday banned the sale of luxury goods and products to Syria that can have military as well as civilian uses.
Investors pushed global equities and the euro lower on Monday as Dutch political turmoil and disappointing euro zone data revived fears the region's debt crisis could keep much of Europe mired in recession through the year.
Francois Hollande, the winner of the first round of France’s elections, said Europe’s austerity drive fueled despair and created conditions for the record-high score for anti-euro National Front leader Marine Le Pen.
Mark Rutte, the Dutch Prime Minister, handed his resignation to the country’s Queen after European Union demands for austerity measures to bring Holland into line with euro spending rules caused the collapse of his government.
With the surprise breakthrough by the far-right in the first round of the French presidential poll, political pundits now say their supporters are in a key position to decide who becomes France’s next leader.
Foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg approve a one-year suspension of sanctions without removing arms embargo.
Nation looks set for early elections after negotiations between main parties on cuts to budget collapsed on Saturday.
The European Union has delayed a decision on whether to classify oil sands as a "dirty" form of crude oil, bringing praise from Canadian officials.
The European Union parliament on Friday condemned Argentina's move to seize control of the YPF division of Spanish oil and gas company Repsol and demanded that the EU take action against Buenos Aires at the World Trade Organization.
As one of the last few euro members with an untarnished credit rating on the line, the Dutch government indicated Sunday that it would press ahead with efforts to pass an austerity budget
Put another way, today the entire Spanish banking system is saturated with toxic mortgage debt on a level that makes the US in 2008 LOOK GREAT.
Spain Bans Cash Transactions Over 2,500 Euros … Spain has outlawed the use of cash in business transactions in excess 2,500 euros in order to crack down on the black market and tax evaders.
key index of business optimism on Friday reinforced what an increasing number of economists are saying: Germany is beginning to see an upswing -- even as the rest of the 17-country eurozone struggles with economic and financial turmoil over too much
Debt-laden euro zone countries hoping to sell state-owned property must cut prices and establish more transparent sales programmes to boost the slow trickle of transactions to date, research showed.
As Germany insists that Greece submit to harsh austerity measures leaving pensions cut, unemployment soaring and the healthcare system slashed, one area it believes needn't be cut is Greece's weapons purchases, provided in great part by and benefitin
Campaigning is winding up for the French presidential hopefuls before voters hit the polls on Sunday.
The controversial pan-global anti-piracy agreement, ACTA, may soon be dead in the water.
euro fell against the dollar on Wednesday after French President Nicolas Sarkozy said a strong euro hurt exporters.
As Greece wonders whether its debt crisis will eventually spell its exit from the euro, one town, Volos, has formed an alternative local currency.
The EU's statistics agency revised upwards its March inflation reading for the euro zone on Tuesday, adding to the case for the European Central Bank to hold back from further monetary stimulus.
Investors have turned away from riskier assets, favouring U.S. stocks, as concerns about the euro zone debt crisis resurface and expectations for global growth are scaled back, a closely-watched fund managers' survey showed on Tuesday.
The euro zone is risking a "prolonged period of deflation" if it doesn't do more to address the vicious circles that its debt crisis is creating, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.
Since the burst of its housing bubble in 2007, Spain's economy has been in a downward spiral and could very well become the next Greece.