Up to 800,000 football fans are expected in Ukraine for the Euro 2012 Championships this summer.
However, not all of them will be lucky owners of
Finland’s Olli Rehn is a three-time EU Commissioner, currently in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs; a pretty thankless watch considering the
In the south of Siberia, where Russia comes together with Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China, lie pristine lands where people try to live in harmony with
Mykola Azarov became Ukraine’s prime minister in March 2010. Since then his premiership has come under sharp focus in Europe and beyond with concerns
While the right for foreigners to vote is being debated in several European countries, EU citizens already have certain rights within the
In this week’s Europe Weekly we look into the number of potential deadly products entering the EU. We report on new roaming rates for mobile phones
In this edition of U-talk, Csilla from Hungary asked:
“This summer my niece will graduate from secondary school and she’s hoping to go to
The question in this edition of U-talk comes from Marianne in France.
“I’m Syrian-born French, and I’m worried about the fate of my country. I’m
Bankia continued its descent into hell on Thursday in Madrid, despite partial nationalisation. The share price of Spain’s fourth biggest bank was
Over 80 percent of all refugees and migrants into the European Union cross at the Turkish-Greek border. While Greece finds it difficult to cope with
France’s presidential run-off was a closely fought race in the end as both candidates made gestures to a far right that came in third in the first
Commerzbank, Germany’s second biggest lender, drastically improved the state of its finances in the first quarter, reassuring the markets and its
Giancarlo Ferrigno is Professor at Politecnico di Milano.
He said:“This is a robotic system for assisting a surgeon during neurosurgery
Football was the most popular sport in Ukraine during the Soviet era. After the revolution and the civil war in the 1920s, the Bolsheviks encouraged
Aviva, Britain’s second biggest insurance company, is the latest to be shaken up by the so-called Shareholder Spring.
Andrew Moss, its chief
President Barack Obama was among the first to congragulate Francois Hollande, but what will Washington and America at large make of the man they call
Europeans and Chinese know very little about each other’s lives. During a recent China-EU forum the European Commission said it wanted to connect the
The Greek crisis came back to haunt French bank Crédit Agricole on Monday in Paris. Exposure to Greek debt is not the main problem for investors
Greece woke up to a new political reality on Monday morning – one which seems set, once again, to tip it and Europe into a period of deep
With France under new Socialist leadership, changes are to be expected in how it conducts diplomacy. France is a nuclear power and so has a permanent
Children from migrant families often face the twin tasks of learning a whole new language and integrating into an unfamiliar culture before they can
Cathérine Vuylsteke is the Foreign News editor of the Belgian newspaper ‘De Morgen’. She is an expert on China issues.
While she agrees on the need
The volcanoes and geysers of Russia’s Far East are the ultimate attraction for extreme sports aficionados. In this issue of ‘Russian Life’ we
Clear skies in Greece are in stark contrast to the uncertainty it is going through, under political stormclouds. Voters are asked to elect a new
Across Ireland empty buildings stand testament to the legacy of the Celtic tiger. A legacy which included a spectacular economic boom and a bust