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The European Union has imposed sanctions on three more Russians, including Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Cherezov, over the delivery of Siemens' turbines to Moscow-annexed Crimea.
Greece expects boost in tourist numbers
UK motor market 'cools' in line with forecasts
An exploration of the practical problems the Paris Climate Agreement poses and why Trump might have been right to pull out after all.
Despite some scuffles, tens of thousands took part in a peaceful march against the summit on Saturday.
For the European Union, the record 2.4 billion fine against Google is all about choice and protection for consumers.
EU anti-trust regulators say
A hugely lucrative London business could be living on borrowed time because of Brexit.
The European Union plans to give itself powers to move euro
As Britain looked to be heading towards a hung parliament over night, a sharp downturn in the sterling market had investors concerned
House prices across Europe show a wide variety of post-2008 fortunes, but relatively consistent growth has not led to consistent optimism
The German finance minister also says the British will come to learn that 'Brexit was a mistake'.
The European Union's exports of services to the rest of the world fell in 2016 while imports increased slightly from 2015.
The eurozone economy grew 0.5 percent in the first three months of the year from the previous quarter and the region's trade surplus expanded.
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ECB President Mario Draghi says it's too early to declare victory in efforts to boost eurozone inflation despite signs the recovery is strengthening.
Eurozone manufacturing and services companies said they increased activity at the fastest rate in six years in April.
The eurozone economy started the year with robust growth, setting the stage for a strong 2017 according to the European statistics agency Eurostat.
Eurozone unemployment in March was 9.5 percent of the potential workforce - the lowest level in eight year with youth unemployment at 19.4 percent.
Car sales sped ahead in Europe in March up 10.9 percent from the same month last year with showrooms open for more days linked to the Easter holidays.
Euronews examines whether the benefits of Economic and Monetary Union have been overlooked since the eurozone crisis began.
Economic collapse in various EU countries has damaged the perception of the European entrepreneurial spirit over recent years.
The head of the European Central Bank has moved to end speculation that the ECB will be raisng interest rates sooner rather than later.
The Brexit battle lines have been further drawn after German politician Manfred Weber warned that the City of London stands to lose its leading role in euro-denominated business after the UK leaves th
Manufacturing may be regaining its lost lustre in Europe as orders pour in for EU goods and factories report output up in Germany, France and Italy.
Falling Food and oil prices keep eurozone inflation down
As we enter the fourth phase of the Industrial Revolution, humans need to embrace technology to work alongside robots