Two trains have collided after one ignored a stop sign in Luxembourg near the French border, killing one person and injuring six.
One person has died and six people have been injured following the collision between a goods and passenger train in Luxembourg near the French border.
Luxembourg has launched criminal proceedings against “unknown persons” in response to the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
In a sign of further splits within the EU on migration, Luxembourg’s Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn has slammed Austrian proposals to create asylum centres outside the…
The European Union should show Hungary the door as its anti-migrant policies and razor-wire fences will undermine its values, says Luxembourg’s
The trial has begun of a French journalist and two former staff of accountancy firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers who are accused of leaking details of
Antoine Deltour is the man at the heart of one of the biggest scandals of the last few years. He is going on trial in Luxembourg accused of having
Two former employees of the accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) go on trial today in Luxembourg along with a French journalist. Antoine
Against a backdrop of deep divisions within the EU over the migration crisis, the bloc’s six founding members put on a united front at a meeting in
Luxembourgers are the multilingual champions of the EU while the Irish, Bulgarians, Austrians and Hungarians are among the worst, latest official
Speeding up the relocation of refugees, strengthening borders and fighting human trafficking are up for discussion, as EU interior ministers meet in
Six families from Syria and Iraq have boarded a plane leaving Athens for northern Europe. They are the first refugees to be relocated from Greece to
One year after Lux Leaks, European Union members still fail to crack down on tax avoidance, say NGOsNew research from European NGOs claim 22 European Union member states are allowing corporations avoid tax despite the revelations from the Lux Leaks scandal this time last year.
New research from European NGOs claim 22 European Union member states are allowing corporations avoid tax despite the revelations from the Lux Leaks scandal this time last year.
The Syria crisis and Russia’s involvement are topping the agenda of an EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg. It comes as questions mount over
EU governments have agreed to step up deportations of migrants deemed to be illegal. Creating a border guard force has also been on the agenda at a
Walmart is facing allegations that it has some 70-billion euros in overseas tax havens. A report by “Americans for Tax
Luxemburgers have rejected, by referendums, key changes to their voting rules. The Grand Duchy said no to allowing foreign residents to vote in their
The prime minister of Luxembourg has become the first serving leader in the EU to marry someone of the same sex
America’s fast food giant McDonalds is being accused of setting up an elaborate tax avoidance scheme. Labour unions backed by the War on Want
The European Parliament has failed to set up a committee of inquiry into the LuxLeaks affairs. Parliamentarians wanted to investigate how and why
EU investigators have uncovered the unconventional tax deal reached between Luxembourg and Amazon’s European hub. The probe alleges that the
The ruling by the General Court of the European Union keeps measures against Hamas in place for three months, or pending an appeal.
A Luxembourg court has charged the person responsible for whistleblower revelations which exposed secret tax avoidance deals between Luxembourg and
Embattled European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has officially been sworn as the head of the EU executive amid an ongoing tax row. He and
Luxembourg-based cable TV and mobile service operator Altice has agreed to buy Brazilian Oi’s assets in Portugal. The 7.4 billion euro deal allows
In this edition of Europe Weekly: European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker breaks his silence on the ‘Lux Leaks’ tax row; the European Court
The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has delivered a verdict on a German case that may come as sweet news for EU member states concerned about
Europe’s top court has ruled that European Union countries can block jobless immigrants from receiving welfare benefits. The so-called ‘welfare