A French government report omitted significant details about how Renault’s diesel cars were able to emit fewer deadly gasses when subject to official emissions testing, members of the state inquiry have told the Financial Times. » Read More
Carmaker says the two parts suppliers with which it has locked in a contract dispute had agreed to start delivering parts again.
Police in northern Greece have arrested a 41-year-old woman accused of using a "threatening note" to rob two banks in the country's second-largest city.
Markets may have calmed following the Brexit vote, but analysts are still contemplating the uncertainty surrounding the decision with the political sphere yet to find its complete footing.
Europeans in a number of countries are seeking to arm themselves with guns and self-defense devices in growing numbers following a series of attacks.
Borders are the "worst invention ever," Jean-Claude Juncker said, at a time when many countries are strengthening them following terrorist attacks.
The euro zone economy accelerated marginally in August, according to Markit's euro zone composite PMI, which came in at a seven-month high.
The U.K. prime minister returns to 10 Downing Street this week, a reminder to anyone still basking in the sun with a bottle of rosé that fall is upon us.
The U.K. government is being told to increase spending on infrastructure projects to help offset any Brexit related slowdown.
July marked yet another weak month for sales of Swiss watches with exports falling 14.2 percent compared to the same period in 2015.
The wage gap between men and women can reach 33 percent after childbirth, according to study into the gender wage gap published today.
Nicolas Sarkozy has confirmed he plans to run again to be French President, but he may not be The Republicans party’s best bet for success.
One of the U.K.’s best-known fund managers has scrapped bonuses at his investment management firm, saying there is little correlation between bonuses and performance.
"I felt I had the strength to lead this battle at a troubled time in our history," former president wrote on social media.
It's easy to forget that Greece's political and economic crisis dominated headlines last summer and that the country's problems have not gone away.
Bankers returning from the beach may be dreaming of a pick-up in dealmaking activity, now that the uncertainty around the Brexit vote has disappeared.
The German government is considering telling the public to stockpile food and water in case of major disasters or an armed attack, a newspaper says.
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Oxfam turns the spotlight on the U.K.’s agreement to sell arms to Saudi Arabia.
This flying car will soon be reality as its first customers will receive one in 2018.
Instant ramen noodles have outpaced tobacco has the must have commodity in prison according to a University of Arizona study.