Faced with soaring inflation and an energy crisis, European politicians are adding thousands of public-sector jobs, guaranteeing business loans, subsidizing energy bills and splurging on infrastructure.
The European Union’s top court overturned a tax ruling against the car maker from 2015, handing the bloc’s regulators a fresh setback in a crack down on multinational companies’ efforts to financially shield their operations.
Svetlana Timofeeva has a large Instagram following for her photos of abandoned Soviet buildings. Prosecutors say she and her friends had a secret mission.
The United Nations atomic agency said recent inspections in Ukraine found no evidence of activities or nuclear material that hadn’t been declared by Kyiv, rebuffing Russian allegations that the country was working on a dirty bomb.
The country’s leaders fear Moscow will encourage asylum seekers from Africa and the Middle East to cross into the EU from its Kaliningrad exclave.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen looked poised to win re-election by a razor-thin margin in an election dominated by a cost of living crunch and a disruption in gas supplies from Russia.
Colder weather conditions this winter could add pressure on governments and companies managing the continent’s supply of natural gas, just as they try to pivot away from their reliance on Russia.
The U.K. Meteorological Office is set to make its seasonal three-month weather forecast, and everyone from energy traders to weather nerds is watching.
The former treasury chief takes over at a time of deep financial and political turbulence. Here’s what you need to know about the British politician.
Denmark’s largest bank said it expects to pay the equivalent of $2.1 billion to settle a money-laundering probe by U.S. and Danish authorities, ending years of speculation about the size of the fine and sending its shares soaring on the news.
A wave of protests triggered by rocketing living costs and a looming recession is sweeping across Europe, testing the resolve of governments that have so far maintained unity in their costly economic war with Russia.
Geopolitical tensions are driving a wedge between the two countries that have anchored the EU’s economy and security for decades.
The Balkan nation is a front-runner in the race to attract businesses and skilled workers escaping Western sanctions and Putin’s regime.
The European Union wants to reach a deal within weeks on a set of market interventions to tackle the painfully high energy bills resulting from Russia’s economic war with the West.
Two protesters in Germany joined a wave of demonstrators around the world calling attention to climate change by defacing famous artwork.
Plans to return the country’s fleet of nuclear reactors to full power this winter are being delayed after a rash of outages.
Italy’s first female prime minister has assumed power at the helm of a right-wing coalition already beset by internal squabbles over Rome’s position toward Moscow.
The summit discussed an emergency gas-price cap, with debate over how to support consumers without upending markets.
Move conflicts with president’s pledge to govern as a consensus builder after losing his majority in the lower house of parliament.
Thousands of people march across France to demand higher wages to cope with rising energy bills and broader inflation, a sign of the political turmoil facing the region’s leaders as the war in Ukraine rages with no end in sight.