The House of Commons was locked down after the attack. Officials said Prime Minister Theresa May was safe and at work. » Read More
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Italian, Spanish and Portuguese politicians are asking the head of the Eurogroup to resign following comments where he implied that southern European nations were wasting all their money on "drinks and women." » Read More
Poland's economic growth pre- and post-crisis puts Western Europe to shame, but concerns are rising about its political direction.
A smaller amount of mining waste was released during the Samarco mine disaster in Brazil than previously thought, BHP Billiton has said.
The U.K.'s Chancellor George Osborne is to warn of a "dangerous cocktail" of global risks that could affect the U.K.'s strengthening economy.
German automaker assumes it will have to buy back about 115,000 cars in the U.S. due to the emissions scandal, according to a newspaper report.
Donald Trump's company has threatened to withhold up to $1 billion of investment if the U.K. government decides to ban him from the country.
Police in Paris on Thursday shot dead a knife-wielding man who tried to enter a police station, police union sources said.
Euro zone economic sentiment unexpectedly improved in December as unemployment continued its decline in the previous month.
The previous record for registrations in Britain was set in 2003 when 2.58 million new cars were sold.
British retailer Marks & Spencer said on Thursday its Chief Executive Marc Bolland would retire in April and be succeeded by Steve Rowe.
Adele's latest album is the UK’s best selling home entertainment title of 2015, beating the EA Sports “FIFA 16” computer game.
The demise of the Schengen agreement would have serious economic consequences, but it would also be hugely symbolic.
Volkswagen has stepped up its pursuit of driverless cars as it looks to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it.
A senior ECB policymaker has backed the central bank’s plan to kick-start inflation in the euro zone.
Google and Coca-Cola felt the wrath of both Ukraine and Russia after major online blunders this week.
Middle Eastern powerhouse Saudi Arabia wants better ties with Russia, a country it sees as a "great power," the Saudi foreign minister told CNBC.
German police gave the all-clear after investigating five items delivered to Chancellor Angela Merkel's office in central Berlin.
Global markets started 2016 on a down note. But let's not forget — 2015 was a strong year for select group of international markets.
Magazine Charlie Hebdo is set to mark the first anniversary of the attacks on its Paris offices with a special edition.
Happy Fat Cat Tuesday! Today’s the day when the pay of a FTSE 100 company's CEO will overtake the average U.K. worker’s annual earnings.
The euro zone's rate of inflation remained unchanged in December at 0.2 percent year on year, according to preliminary data from Eurostat.
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