Italy coast guard rescues 70 Afghan, Iraqi migrants from crowded boat
The Greek interior minister said on Sunday, Greece will not make June IMF repayment
1 civilian has been killed and 2 wounded in shelling of Avdiyivka in east Ukraine, the head of Donetsk regional police Vyacheslav Abroskin said in a Facebook post.
On Thursday, one worker was killed and two wounded in what Metinvest described as the heaviest shelling of the plant since the declaration of a Ukraine ceasefire
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that today they were on the last stretch of negotiations that will release 7.2bn euro's to prevent bankruptcy
Germany's relations with the US intelligence NSA have apparently cooled after secret documents were leaked to the media by a German parliamentary committee.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said that if Ukraine defaults, Russia will take a tough position against them, including defending any national interests.
The Bank of England has confirmed that it is researching all possible implications of a possible British EU exit.
After a campaign by teacher and student unions, the University of Helsinki has cancelled the G4S contract, followed by North Carolina also dropping their contract that provided security services in civic buildings which has now been replaced by a local company.
UN members have failed to agree on an atomic weapons ban for the Middle East.
More than a quarter of French Africans feel discriminated against in their workplace in France.
The Dutch government has agreed to introduce a partial ban on wearing the full face veil known as the niqab in public schools, hospitals, public transport and government offices. There are approximately between 200-500 women who wear the niqab in the country.
Germany and France have urged Greece to return to negotiations to complete a reform agreement before cash runs out.
The EU and the Ukraine have put in place a anti-corruption investigative team to handle misuse of EU funds for Kiev
The UN has expressed its shock over a Hungarian survey that has linked migrants and terrorism.
The EU is set to propose to relocate 40,000 refugees across the entire EU
A Russia missile producer has appealed against sanctions set by the EU.
A senior US official is in Israel discussing a compromise on a nuclear arms ban
Merkel, Hollande and Tsipras to meet on the sidelines of a summit in Riga this week between leaders of the European Union and its eastern European partners
The opposition's no-confidence motion is likely to fail, since the government controls 111 seats in the 200-seat lower house of parliament.
Fed warns of delays for rate rise; danger of Greek default hits euro