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UK government in 'clear breach' of duty as families face poverty
"As a parent, you really feel like you’ve let your kids down, especially in the holidays. I’ll have to gather my pennies together for a loaf of bread and 50p of butter, so they have some toast,"
Lisbon commuters struggle as austerity strain tells on public transpor
Years of belt-tightening have put pressure on infrastructure.
Yellow vests' "fourth act" returns violence to Paris streets
Another Saturday of rioting in Paris. but protester numbers are down as the security clampdown fills the city with police.
Workers in Greece strike over wage cuts and tax hikes
Greek ships remained docked at the country’s ports and a protest rally has also been held in central Athens as workers also call for increases in minimum wages and the re-introduction of collective bargaining.
The legacy of austerity on Greece
Greece has officially exited its thirdbail out, but although the official years of austerity have ended, the impact on childen and families has been severe and is very much ongoing.
Spain: Podemos leaders face backlash over luxury house purchase
Members of Spanish anti-austerity party Podemos are voting to decide whether party leader Pablo Iglesias and his partner should remain in their positions following controversy over their purchase of a luxury home.
Greeks protest austerity measures and public infrastructure sales
Workers pour out bags of coal in front of parliament in opposition to sale of power plants
Greek lawmakers approve more austerity measures
Defending the multi-bill in parliament, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said the conclusion of the third review that is expected this month signifies the "closure of a long and difficult cycle."
Protests and clashes in Athens as parliament passes more reforms
Thousands demonstrated as Greek lawmakers passed more measures demanded by international lenders, aimed at securing bailout funds.
Hundreds attend anti-austerity protests in Tunisia
Tunisians are frustrated that austerity appears to be the government's only policy seven years after toppling a tyrant.
Tunisia: Anti-austerity protests prompt aid package for poor
A multi-million euro package was announced as the country marks the seventh anniversary of its revolution
Strike brings Greece to standstill
Greece has ground to a halt as workers walked of their jobs as part of a 24-hour strike that shut down services across the country in protest against
Greece: student protest turns violent
Petrol bombs fired as protest turns violent.
Belgium hit by 24-hour strike
Public sector workers in the French-speaking region of Belgium have gone on a 24-hour strike.
UK: Thousands join anti-government protest
Carrying placards reading "Tories out" and "Not one day more," thousands marched through London on Saturday in protest against the conservative government's policies.
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As the US boasts about cutting its funding to the United Nations peacekeeping force, euronews asks who the Blue Helmets are, and what they do.
New Greek austerity measures passed, but public doubts remain
In Greece, lawmakers have voted for another round of austerity and cuts, which they hope will encourage Eurozone leaders to release a further bailout funds But the decision is an unpopular…
Greek parliament approves more pension cuts and tax hikes
More pension cuts and tax hikes are on the way in Greece, after the country’s parliament approved a new round of austerity.
Pensioners march ahead of Greek parliament vote on more austerity
Hundreds of pensioners braved torrential rain in Athens on Thursday morning to express their anger at the latest planned cuts to their incomes.
Doctors walk out in Greece
Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes