In this edition of Europe Weekly, US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack goes on the offensive in Brussels amid fears that a EU-US free trade pact
England losing on penalties, infighting in the Dutch camp and Germany reaching at least the semi-finals despite having their weakest team for a
Sales of Coca-Cola in Spain are reported to have slumped by half, in the wake of a call for a boycott of the product over an attempt by the company’s
Construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope has officially begun in the Atacama desert in Chile, marking the first step in a true
The shots that rang out in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914 echoed around Europe, while their impact ultimately sparked World War I. It was the
Luis Suarez scored twice to hand Uruguay a 2-1 win over England which has all but sealed the Three Lions’ fate in Brazil.
Liverpool hitman Suarez
What to do you when your driving licence expires when you live abroad, that’s the question in this edition of Utalk and it comes from Claudia in