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The massive anonymous leak of financial documents has left political experts contemplating what it could mean for Russia ahead of elections this year.
Greece's bailout review must be concluded immediately, the prime minister's office said on Monday.
A huge leak of internal documents from a Panama law firm is set to cause upheaval on offshore hubs and shake up political governance.
Air France female crew protests order to wear loose-fitting clothes and headscarves while in Iran.
Greece began returning migrants from the island of Lesbos to Turkey on Monday under a landmark European Union deal.
Unemployment across the 19-country euro zone improved slightly in February, according to official data.
Brussels Airport reopened to a thin stream of passengers on Sunday, 12 days after suicide bombers destroyed its departure hall and killed 16 people.
Failure of the proposed cash-and-share deal is a blow to the two companies and the French government.
The terrorist attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people last week are set to knock international visitor numbers across Europe in the months ahead.
India's Tata Steel is planning to take a stake in Thyssenkrupp's European steel unit, Rheinische Post reported, citing government sources in Berlin.
Salah Abdeslam — once Europe's most-wanted man — was captured in Brussels earlier this month, reports NBC News.
The chief executive of Italian car giant Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) has ruled out any merger with PSA Peugeot Citroen.
Millionaires are leaving Europe because of rising religious tension and concerns about the sluggish economy, a wealth analysis expert said.
The fall in consumer prices in the euro zone narrowed in March but remained in deflationary territory.
Enjoy smoking, drinking and eating junk food? You may want to avoid visiting Scandinavia, according to a study on the most punitive rules and taxes in Europe on cigarettes, alcohol and unhealthy food consumption.
Britain's once-mighty steel industry looked in dire straits Wednesday with politicians and union leaders calling for state intervention.
Standard and Poor's trimmed its growth and inflation forecasts for the euro zone.
Airbnb is offering thrill-seekers the chance to spend the night under the watchful eye of 35 sharp-toothed sharks.
Gold prices remain low in historical terms, despite a rally at the start of this year, but demand may yet appear from an unexpected source.
France's president, Francois Hollande said on Wednesday he would not push ahead with plans to change the constitution.
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Jonathan Fenby, China chairman at TS Lombard, gives his view on Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech at the Communist Party Congress.
Marty Mosby, director of bank and equity strategy at Vining Sparks, talks investing in U.S. financial stocks.
CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche discusses a decision by Germany's Constitutional Court to reject a request to stop the Bundesbank taking part in the European Central Bank's asset purchase program.