Wednesday, March 16
At least one suspect is still at large after an anti-terror raid by Belgian and French police officers investigating November’s Paris attacks was met with heavy-weapon gunfire that left four police officers wounded.
Monday, February 15
HSBC, one of the world’s biggest banks, has decided to keep its headquarters in the U.K. after all.
Monday, February 08
Avec le prix de référence de € 723 (environ Rs 28 900) en 2012, le prix du sucre sur le marché européen chutera de 31 % à partir de 2017. C’est ce que rapporte un récent document sur les perspectives pour les marchés et revenus agricoles de l’Union européenne (UE), qui traite de l’expiration de quota sur le sucre et d’isoglucose le 30 septembre de l’année prochaine.
Monday, November 16
The euro hit its weakest in more than six months against the yen on Monday as investors sought safety in gold and low-risk government debt after Friday's attacks in Paris.
Tuesday, November 10
European leaders are expected to offer African countries billions of euros in exchange for repatriating migrants that have moved to Europe in search of work, not to escape war.
Monday, October 19
Croatia cannot rule out erecting a fence similar to Hungary's razor-wire barrier to manage the flow of migrants across its borders, the country's president told CNBC.
Thursday, October 15
European leaders are to discuss measures to ease the region's migration crisis, with Turkey the focus of their efforts in Brussels.
Thursday, September 24
Croatia has banned Serbian citizens and cars from entering the country, Croatian border police told Reuters on Thursday, after Serbia banned Croatian cargo traffic in a growing dispute over the huge flow of migrants across their joint border.
Wednesday, September 23
After weeks of indecision, the European Union voted on Tuesday to distribute 120,000 asylum seekers among member states, a plan meant to display unity in the face of the largest movement of refugees on the Continent since World War II.
Thursday, September 17
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said he is "shocked" after Hungarian police fired tear gas and water cannon to force migrants back from its border.