16,000 people were evacuated from an area of Frankfurt to allow for an unexploded WWII bomb to be defused.
A war of words has erupted between Donald Trump and Mario Draghi over Europe's efforts to boost its economy. Who's right?
Why, 20 years on from the birth of the eurozone, are people so unhappy and ready to blame the European Central Bank (ECB) for the poor economic performance of their country and the absence of a bright future?
An ex-TV presenter, a Commission insider, a former Belgian prime minister as well as MEPs are all in the running for the European Commission President when Jean-Claude Juncker's term is up later this year. Their fates depend on the European elections, and now you have the chance to question them.
From a dream project not many believed in, to the currency of 340 million Europeans. We look at the past, present and future of the euro.
The ECB is staying on track to end bond purchases this year and raise interest rates next autumn
Greece has now officially ended its third bailout agreement with the European Union. The country has received more than 260 billion euros since 2010 from the EU and the IMF, the biggest bailout in global financial history.
The European Central Bank says the risks from an unpredictable global trade conflict doesn't warrant any deviation from its plan
Greece now a "normal" eurozone country, says EU Finance Commissioner Moscovici.
ECB President Mario Draghi admitted the eurozone recovery has slowed and kept record low interest rates unchanged
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says he sees no reason to change current policy
Draghi also recognised the ECB needs renewed commitment to honour gender equality at the European Central Bank.
European banks are safer today because they follow a single rule book. Now we need to create a safety net to protect taxpayers if trouble strikes.
Ever since the 2008 financial crisis, the largest banks in the eurozone are closely supervised by the European Central Bank. But a new report from the European Court of Auditors says there's still room for improvement - particularly when it comes to crisis management.
The economy in the euro area grew by 2.7 percent, more than the World Bank had expected. The ECB's stimulus measures are likely to continue leading to more growth in 2018
Missed inflation target means ECB unlikely to change cheap money policy soon.
The European Central Bank raised growth and inflation forecasts for the euro area but stuck to its pledge to provide stimulus for as long as needed, predicting inflation would remain below target into 2020.
Economy of euro zone enjoying most broad-based expansion in its two-decade history, but wages growth still far from where ECB would like to see it
Debt purchase programme produced big profits but Eurozone countries are reluctant to say where they went.
After almost a decade of crisis and uncertainty in the Eurozone, optimism is on the rise.
The European Central Bank has left its benchmark refinancing rate unchanged at 0 percent.
House prices across Europe show a wide variety of post-2008 fortunes, but relatively consistent growth has not led to consistent optimism
by Hans-Werner Sinn, Professor of Economics and Public Finance at the University of Munich
Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French presidential
ECB President Mario Draghi says it's too early to declare victory in efforts to boost eurozone inflation despite signs the recovery is strengthening.
The eurozone economy started the year with robust growth, setting the stage for a strong 2017 according to the European statistics agency Eurostat.
European Central Bank policymakers acknowledged the eurozone's economic recovery is becoming stronger but kept stimulus and interest rates unchanged.