"Part of this movement are people who use language that we have heard in Germany about 80 years ago," says Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
It could be said that the underlying winner of Germany's election Sunday was ultimately the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. » Read More
Berliners voted to keep the historic Tegel airport open, creating a headache for the German capital's government, which wanted it closed. » Read More
The European Central Bank is becoming more confident that inflation will rise back to its target but the euro zone still requires substantial stimulus, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Monday. » Read More
Ex-Italian PM Enrico Letta has said that while he is not planning a return to politics, "you can never resign from political engagement."
The trailer for the latest movie in the Star Wars franchise has appeared online and U.K.-based fans have been going crazy about a certain scene.
U.S. ratings agency Moody’s has warned oil, gas and mining companies are finding it harder to raise short-term liquid funds.
Thanks to a massive leak of some 11 million documents, the world's financial and political leaders have been rocked by disclosures of offshore funds.
A chair used by author J.K. Rowling when she penned the first two spellbinding tales of the “Harry Potter” series, has sold for $394,000.
France has overhauled prostitution laws by making it illegal to pay for sex.
A "platoon" of trucks driven by smart technology has arrived in the Dutch city of Rotterdam after crossing Europe.
The introduction of negative interest rates in the euro zone has been "broadly" beneficial for banks, according to the ECB minutes.
The European Central Bank will continue to do whatever it takes to pursue its price stability objective, said vice-president Vitor Constancio
A new copy of Shakespeare's First Folio, described as "one of the most important books in the English language," has been discovered.
Euro zone banks should keep more of their profits so they can bolster their capital and finance new loans, says head of research at BIS.
M&S reported another fall in quarterly underlying sales in its clothing division, illustrating the extent of the challenge facing its new boss.
Central banks slowed their gold purchases in February, snapping up 25 tons of the yellow metal against a combined 41 ton purchase in January.
Dutch government said it can't ignore the "No" in a non-binding referendum on the European Union's association treaty with Ukraine, reported Reuters.
Acting Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny again lost a vote in parliament to be re-elected premier on Wednesday.
Swiss police raided the headquarters of the European soccer body UEFA in Nyon on Wednesday.
A new study has found that an average of $2.5 trillion of global financial assets could be "at risk" from the effects of climate change.
The global cruise industry still has significant potential for growth, the chief executive of one of the world's largest cruise ship companies said.
A French minister has questioned the head of Societe Generale over the Panama Papers.
The European Union's executive will propose on Wednesday a raft of technical measures to strengthen its external borders.
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Criticism has been leveled at the U.K.'s opposition Labour Party for not enunciating its position on Brexit. CNBC's Gemma Acton reports.
CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche speaks to supporters at Five Star Movement's rally in Rimini, Italy, about the election of new leader Luigi Di Maio.
Germans eventually warmed to Angela Merkel's policy on refugees, but this ultimately led to a fall in support for her party, Clemens Fuest, president at Ifo Institute for Economic Research, said.