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  • Draghi to urge European leaders to reform to back ECB stimulus

    The head of the European Central Bank is set to tell European leaders in stark terms at a summit next week that they need to reform straggling economies or risk blunting an ambitious monetary offensive to help revive the stagnant euro zone. As the...
  • Clashes as Italian unions strike over Renzi labor reforms

    Demonstrators clashed with police in Milan and Turin on Friday as two Italian unions held a nationwide strike, the latest in a series of protests against labor reforms that would make it easier for firms to lay off workers. Police said they made...
  • Merkel condemns racism as Dresden anti-Islam marches grow

    Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday condemned anti-Muslim demonstrations centered on the eastern city of Dresden, saying there was "no place in Germany" for hatred of Muslims or any other minority. In a speech at a party congress of her Bavarian allies in...
  • EU-U.S. trade deal the ideal 2015 Christmas gift: German minister

    An ambitious trade deal between Europe and the United States should be finished by the end of next year, a senior German official was quoted on Friday as saying. Food and Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt told news service Deutsche Welle he hoped...
  • Euro ministers tell France, Italy to trim budgets more

    Euro zone finance ministers told France and Italy on Monday to take quick steps to rein in their deficits in line with EU rules, threatening disciplinary action but also indicating some wiggle room might be given. The ministers met to discuss draft...
  • Merkel says France and Italy must do more on reforms

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a newspaper interview on Sunday that both France and Italy needed to do more on the reform front to ensure that their 2015 budgets respected European Union fiscal rules. Last month, the European Commission...
  • Merkel says Russia punishing countries for leaning towards EU

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused Russia on Sunday of interfering in the domestic affairs of numerous countries that are seeking closer ties to the European Union. "Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine are three countries in our eastern neighborhood that...
  • Europe shudders at U.S. 'Frankenfoods'

    On a velvety green patch of the French countryside, organic farmer Jean Cabaret gave a little shudder. A looming trade deal with the United States, he fears, may make his worst culinary nightmare come true: an invasion of Europe by American "Frankenfoods....
  • David Cameron gets it on immigration

    There is nothing like a little heat from a third political party to get the attention of career politicians who wish to stay in office. Nigel Farage, leader of the upstart UK Independent Party (UKIP), has been turning up the heat on British Prime...
  • Germany says Juncker plan short on cash and details

    The European Commission's 300 billion-euro plan to boost investment in Europe is not big enough and lacks details, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Monday. The amount is "not only not enough" but it is not clear what the money will be...
  • German-Russian relations said headed for long impasse over Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel put her political colleagues on notice Wednesday that relations with Russia may be in for long-term difficulties over Moscow's aggressions against Ukraine. In her toughest assessment yet of Russian President Vladimir...