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Greece to migrants: move to camps voluntarily or be forced

PIRAEUS, Greece, (AP): Authorities in Greece say thousands of migrants and refugees camped out at the country's largest port near

Iceland PM quits in Panama Papers scandal

REYKJAVIK, (AFP): Iceland’s prime minister resigned on Tuesday, becoming the first political victim of a mushrooming worldwide scandal over hidden

Turkey: 78 Syrian refugees sent to Europe

ATHENS, (AP): Turkey’s prime minister says the country has sent 78 Syrian refugees to Europe on the first working day

Belgium charges three men with terrorism after Brussels bombs

BRUSSELS, (REUTERS): Belgian prosecutors have charged three men with terrorist offences, including a suspect who local media said appeared on

German Cabinet OKs prostitution bill requiring condom use

BERLIN, (REUTERS): Germany’s Cabinet on Wednesday approved legislation meant to better control prostitution and make life safer for sex workers,

Brussels attacks weigh on European markets

LONDON, (AP): The deadly attacks at Brussels airport and at a subway station at the heart of the city have

Russia says might use force to cease-fire violators in Syria

MOSCOW, (AP): Russia on Monday warned the United States that it will start responding to cease-fire violations in Syria unilaterally

EU to pitch migrant plan to Turkey but no done…

BRUSSELS, (REUTERS): European Union leaders will try to convince Turkey’s prime minister to help end Europe’s migration crisis in return

How far will European Central Bank go in providing stimulus?

FRANKFURT, Germany, (AP): How far will Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank go to boost inflation and a shaky

UK central bank chief: EU exit a risk to financial…

LONDON: The head of the Bank of England described Britain’s potential exit from the European Union as the single biggest

Macedonia imposes new restrictions on flow of refugees

IDOMENI, (AP): Macedonian authorities imposed further restrictions Sunday on refugees trying to cross the border from Greece, allowing only those

Is Europe totally unfrackable?

The European Union is desperate for a good fracking. It’s had to watch the U.S. drill its way to a

More than 7,000 migrants stuck on Greek-Macedonian border

IDOMENI, (AP): More than 7,000 refugees and other migrants are camped on Greece’s northern border with Macedonia, waiting for authorities

Britain’s ruling Conservatives call for truce in EU campaign

By Elizabeth Piper, LONDON (Reuters): Senior ministers called on Sunday for a truce in a heated debate on Britain's membership

Hungarian leader seeks referendum on EU migrant quotas

BUDAPEST, (AP): Hungary’s prime minister on Wednesday called for a national referendum on the European Union’s plan for a mandatary

British business bosses say exit from EU would hit economy…

BY KATE HOLTON AND SARAH YOUNG, LONDON, (REUTERS): The bosses at more than a third of Britain's biggest companies including

Cameron calls June 23 poll that will shape fate of…

LONDON, (REUTERS): Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday called a June 23 referendum on membership of the European Union that

Cameron heads into EU summit with EU membership at stake

BRUSSELS, (AP): British Prime Minister David Cameron is bracing for a crucial European Union summit on Thursday, convinced he needs

German leader renews call for Syria no-fly zone

DAMASCUS, (AP):€” German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday reiterated her proposal for a no-fly zone in Syria where civilians would

Former Auschwitz guard, 94, goes on trial in Germany

DETMOLD, (AP): A 94-year-old former SS sergeant went on trial Thursday in western Germany on 170,000 counts of accessory to