Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said in an interview, Greek are confident to repay
Increasing military budget would be wrong answer to current crises, says main opposition Left Party.
Jens Stoltenberg condemns assassination of the Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov and calls for independent probe
Spokesperson for the Revolutionary Forces in Aleppo accused UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura of working in the interests of the Assad regime.
Britain may force sale of licenses to third party with deal valued at RWE DEA at 5.1 bln euros and British assets worth about 1 billion euros
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that either Russia must help with ceasefire deal or face sanctions.
According to European authorities Eurozone annual inflation stays in negative territory
Ukraine's state enegry firm Naftogaz charged Russian gas giant Gazprom
Eurogroup head warns Greece that no emergency funds will be made available if Greece does not implement economic reforms.
Italy will begin annual naval exercises this week near the coast of Libya
Aliyev had been due to testify at the trial of other inmates he said had threatened to kill him.
Roivas' Reform Party has best chance to keep power worries about Russia, minimum wages dominate campaign
The war correspondent was seriously wounded in shelling around Donetsk before and died in the hospital
Netanyahu's controversial visit will test the relationship of both countries.
About 400 people attend PEGIDA march, while 2,000 gather in anti-PEGIDA rally
Boris Nemtsov was shot several times from a passing car near the Kremlin late Friday
Nemtsov, 55, was shot four times in the back near the Kremlin in central Moscow on Friday and sympathisers on Saturday placed flowers at the place where he was shot.
Community leaders, politicians, union representatives and ordinary citizens joined the protest saying the anti-Islam Pegida UK it is “not welcome in our city”
Tsipras turned on Madrid and Lisbon, accusing them of taking a hard line in negotiations which led to the euro zone extending the bailout programme last week for four months
A spokesman for the German defence ministry said Lithuania had not made an official request but the country had expressed an interest and Germany was prepared to help.
The Kremlin deflected accusations that it was to blame and Putin called for the killers to be found quickly, taking the investigation under presidential control and denouncing what he said was a "provocation"