Spain's socialist-led government has been forced to call fresh elections after failing to agree a budget for 2019.
Roger Torrent, president of the Catalan Parliament, says Catalonia is pro-independence, not nationalist, and is defending the fundamental rights of citizens. He also says Catalonia wants to be a "constructive part" of Europe, and won't be a cause of instability in the region.
Francesco Filia of Fasanara Capital says it is not just Italy, but the whole of Europe, that looks economically unstable.
At this point, with regard to the Brexit deal, the U.K. and EU should just "jump" and "design the parachute on the way down," says Jeremy O'Friel of Belmont Investments.
Three U.K. lawmakers quit the Conservative Party and joined a recently-formed independent group in Parliament. Fariborz Moshirian of the UNSW Business School weighs in on the impact of this development.
A secret report from the Commerce Department could pave the way for the U.S. president to impose a 25 percent tariff on imports of European autos.
Spain's incumbent socialist government was "irresponsible" to negotiate with Catalonia's pro-independence parties, the president and leader of Spain's opposition People's Party said.
Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos raised doubts about claims from rivals that corporate tax could be lowered to tempt more international firms to the country.
The meeting comes after Zuckerberg declined multiple invitations to visit U.K. Parliament to face questions from lawmakers.
Britain and Northern Ireland are set to leave the European union in less than 5 weeks.
European authorities will be reporting on the progress of reforms in Greece. Finance Minister of Greece Euclid Tsakalotos says he expects the report to be "favorable."
European stocks closed lower on Thursday after a flurry of poorly received corporate earnings reports.
Russian lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to ban its military personnel from using smart devices.
Three U.K. lawmakers from Britain's ruling Conservative Party have quit to join a new centrist group in parliament, saying the government's handling of Brexit has been "disastrous."
Putin threatens to field new weapons that would target U.S. decision-making centers if Washington deploys intermediate range missiles in countries bordering Russia.
The Russian leader said in his state of the nation address that people should not risk poverty by having a family.
Swedish television (SVT) said on Wednesday it had uncovered documents linking Swedbank to a money laundering scandal involving Denmark's Danske Bank.
Greece's opposition leader has promised sweeping changes to the economy at a time when the country is slowly back from the brink of an economic collapse.
Microsoft said hackers targeted 104 accounts belonging to organization employees located in Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Romania, and Serbia.
Former Prime Minister of Ireland John Bruton says a second referendum in the U.K. is, "unfortunately," looking increasingly unlikely.