Deutsche Bank CEO faces court in fraud trial
The trial caps a saga that's dogged Deutsche for over a decade. On trial: co-CEO Jürgen Fitschen and two of his predecessors. The charges are attempted fraud - for allegedly colluding to deceive judges in a legal battle with now-deceased media mogul Leo Kirch.
Spanish economy rebounds - according to the government
Could economies in the eurozone's struggling periphery be set to overtake their bigger neighbours? Spain has started to recover from its 2008 property crash, that put millions out of work and pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. But its recovery is fragile - and the crisis is still fresh in voters' minds.
Killer bacteria puts Apulia's olive groves at risk
Experts from across the European Union have been meeting to come up with ways of stopping the spread of a disease that's hit one of Italy's key exports, olive oil. Officials say it could mean cutting down around a million age-old olive trees -- and possibly even more, if something isn't done quickly.