Greece says it cannot make debt repayments to the IMF due next month without more aid from its foreign lenders. Athens defaulting on its debt could mean a Greek exit from the single currency eurozone.
After Ireland's citizens voted overwhelmingly in favor of marriage equality in a historic referendum, members of Germany's Green party have called for the recognition of same-sex marriage in Germany as well.
If you’re buying medications online, beware. Some 50 percent of the drugs sold in online pharmacies could be fake and Russia is fast becoming one of the cybermarket’s main suppliers, writes Fiona Clark from Moscow.
Poles are heading to the polls in a presidential runoff that's too close to predict. Incumbent centrist Bronislaw Komorowski is trying to fend off the populist challenge of the right-wing newcomer Andrzej Duda.
Amnesty International has criticized the German government for lacking a clear policy to combat racism at its annual meeting in Dresden. The rights group is currently documenting racially motivated attacks in Germany.
Russia says it'll adopt a tough stance if Ukraine fails to pay off debts owed to Moscow by its previous government. The warning comes after Kyiv passed a law making it possible to delay payments to foreign creditors.
Turkey's ruling AK Party will face its toughest electoral challenge next month. The key factor in the AKP's success will be whether a pro-Kurdish party will make it into parliament. Jacob Resneck reports from Turkey.
Leaders of the Turkish and Greek parts of Cyprus have taken a joint stroll through both sides of the divided capital amid renewed settlement hopes. UN-brokered peace talks resumed last week after an eight-month hiatus.
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Megan Williams reports from Catania on the moral outrage in Italy regarding the migrant crisis.
Guy Hedgecoe reports from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta about attempts to enter the EU from there.
France ticked off over smacking policy