- EU ready to provide Ukraine aid worth $15 billion Updated: Mar-05-14 5:54 pm
- EU tells Italy, France to up reforms, trim deficit Updated: Mar-05-14 6:34 am
- Economic battle over Ukraine heats up Updated: Mar-04-14 1:34 pm
- Pro-Russian rally in Crimea decries Kiev 'bandits' Updated: Feb-25-14 7:59 pm
- No easy bailout plan for Ukraine Updated: Feb-25-14 1:45 pm
- EU revises growth forecasts up slightly Updated: Feb-25-14 10:10 am
- Estonian prime minister to resign after 9 years Updated: Feb-23-14 3:10 pm
- Greek financial crisis tied to worsening health Updated: Feb-20-14 7:09 pm
- EU will shift its focus in Bosnia at economy Updated: Feb-18-14 11:40 am
- Eurozone recovery accelerates but jobs elusive Updated: Feb-14-14 2:01 pm
- Rival Cyprus leaders resume peace talks Updated: Feb-11-14 9:20 pm
- Cancer experts say EU rules deny kids medicines Updated: Feb-10-14 5:38 pm
- With vote to curb immigration, Swiss roil Europe Updated: Feb-10-14 5:23 pm
- Merkel: Juncker good candidate for EU chief Updated: Feb-06-14 9:02 am
- Google reaches agreement with EU in antitrust case Updated: Feb-05-14 6:25 pm
BRUSSELS - The European Union is ready to give Ukraine 11 billion euros ($15 billion) in loans and grants over the coming years to help stabilize its economy, the head of the bloc's executive arm said Wednesday.
BRUSSELS - The European Commission is warning Italy and France must do more to tackle their high levels of public debt and reform their economies to reduce the risk of being hit with financial market turbulence.
KIEV, Ukraine - The battle over Ukraine's future is also economic: on Tuesday, Russia cranked up the pressure by saying it would end discounts on its natural gas supplies, while the U.S. and European Union offered quick-fix aid to the beleaguered government.
SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine - Dozens of pro-Russian protesters rallied Tuesday in this Crimean Peninsula city, bitterly denouncing politicians in Kiev who are trying to form a new government, with some even calling for secession from Ukraine. A Russian lawmaker stoked their passions by promising that Moscow will protect them.
KIEV, Ukraine - Ukraine needs money, and fast - in weeks, not months. But bailing out the country of 46 million people will not be as easy as simply writing a big check.
BRUSSELS - Economic growth across Europe is expected to be slightly stronger this year as the recovery gains ground, according to the European Commission's new forecast released Tuesday.
HELSINKI - Estonia's prime minister said Sunday he would step down next week after nearly nine years in office in the small Baltic nation.
LONDON - Researchers say they have found new evidence that Greece's financial crisis is taking a toll on the health of its citizens, including rising rates of HIV, tuberculosis, depression and even infant deaths.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - A top EU official said Tuesday the bloc is shifting its focus in Bosnia from constitutional changes to economic and judicial reform - issues at the root of three weeks of protests.
BRUSSELS - Europe's economy is growing faster, raising hopes for a sustainable recovery, but that may not be enough to bring sky-high levels of unemployment down anytime soon.
NICOSIA, Cyprus - The leaders of Cyprus' rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities embarked Tuesday on a new round of talks aimed at achieving the long-elusive goal of reunifying the ethnically split island nation.
LONDON - Leading cancer experts say Europe's antiquated drug regulatory system is stopping children from getting life-saving medicines and are calling for changes that would remove a loophole that allows companies to skip developing medicines for children already approved for adults.
BRUSSELS - The choice by Swiss voters to impose new curbs on immigration is sending shockwaves through the European Union. The bloc's leaders warn it violates the "sacred principle" of freedom of movement and politicians worry about its impact on other anti-immigration pushes. Here's a look at the issue:
BRUSSELS - The European Union's antitrust watchdog on Wednesday accepted "far-reaching" concessions offered by Google to settle allegations it is abusing its dominant position in Internet searches, bringing the three-year-old case close to an end.