September 12 is strongly symbolic for Turkey, the date on which, 30 years ago, its military launched a coup d‘état. This September, coinciding with
Transatlantic partners are investing in projects which are bearing fruit in Europe and the United States.
Europeans takes you this week to both
By tackling organised crime in the Balkans Serbia’s government is sending a strong message to the European Union and its neighbours, that it is
Faced with an ageing population, EU nations are under pressure to reform their pension systems.
The European Commission has recently issued a green
The European Union’s healthcheck of habitats and species shows that biodiversity across Europe is suffering, but efforts along the Danube river are
This is the former UN Dutch compound near Srebrenica
It’s here on the 11th of July 1995 that this so-called UN safe haven fell to Bosnian Serb
Slovakia’s big Hungarian minority is at the heart of arguments between Budapest and Bratislava.
Reducing poverty, child mortality, fighting disease, boosting development… are UN countries on track to reach the targets they set out to achieve by
We find more and more Eco labels in stores, but not all of them are telling the whole truth. The European ecolabel on the other hand offers consumers
Greek monks believe there is good in playing golf: In arid, eastern Crete, plans are in motion to develop golf courses and vast luxury tourist
Poland is about to elect a new president. This comes two months after the fatal plane crash which killed not only Polish President Lech Kaczynski and
To be or not to be in the monetary union? In these times of crisis, majority public opinion in the Czech Republic, well attached to its crown, is not
Dutch politician Geert Wilders claims the average Dutch couple is being forgotten by the political elite. In this country of 16 million, ‘Henk and
From rage to good will, from pride to despair. Just some of the emotions felt by Greeks as Athens tries to battle the country’s crippling economic
Polling experts in the UK say they’ve identified the voter group that will make the difference in the elections on May 6 and they’re calling him
“It’s an unprecedented event for European air transport. Airspace closed due to a volcanic ash cloud. How do airports, airlines, control traffic
Long-sustained cultural traditions in the Balkans risk being diluted as barriers fall.