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10 must-try Balkan dishes when in Southeast Europe

From grilled meat to meat perfectly cocooned in hollowed vegetables, every Balkan dish is an experience of tastes in humble liberality.

Ukraine’s new leader asks Europe to pressure Russia to end war

Volodymyr Zelensky will pressurise Europe to get Russia to end the war on Crimea which claimed some 13,000 lives since 2014.

You can have your plate and eat it too, says Polish...

Jerzy Wysocki got the idea for the tableware when he was looking to use up the leftovers of flour production.

Malaysia weighs bids for return to Europe bond market

The country has received offers from quite a lot of lenders proposing to help it raise funds in euros or Swiss francs.

High stakes for enclave as Europe’s biggest casino goes bust

A tiny Italian enclave on the shores of Switzerland's Lake Lugano, is fighting for its survival after a giant casino went bankrupt.

Swiss economy fights off global slowdown as growth surges

Swiss Gross domestic product (GDP) has risen while consumer spending is also experiencing growth.

ECB’s Weidmann sees no new stimulus need amid price pressure

Weidmann says the current situation does not require for the ECB need to react with any economic programs or further stimulus.

Uefa chief Ceferin: Do fans in Baku not deserve it?

Ceferin says holding the Europa League final in Baku means alot to the fans in Azerbaijan.

ECB hopeful Rehn lays out challenges facing Draghi successor

Rehn says the person to succeed Draghi must be qualified in both monetary and financial policy as well as capable in team play.

Europe is first to book the new Honda e online

Online booking for the Honda e is available in Europe.

Europe’s first eco-mosque invokes God to fight climate change

As one of the fastest growing faiths in the world, Islam could be a powerful force if Muslims were stirred to environmental action, climate activists say.

Spurs ban fans for trying to sell Champions League final tickets

Fellow Champions League finalist Liverpool are also investigating five of their fans who have allegedly listed their final tickets for sale.

Oil traders try to ship dirty Russian crude to Asia

Barrels of Russian oil rejected by buyers in Europe are now being sent to Asia by trading companies Vitol and Unipec.

Ryanair stock falls as price war threatens vital summer profits

Ryanair, Europe's largest budget airline is experiencing a drop in its earnings due to weakening economies and a surge in fuel prices.

Germany says Europe must maintain own course after US blacklisting of...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the BDI urge that Europe not be dragged down into the trade dispute between US and China.

At 17, Bill Sisk fought from the shores of Normandy to...

'If you were looking for a hero, you didn't find one,' the modest veteran of the Allied invasion of Europe 75 years ago says.

Lucas Moura, from PSG cast-off to Tottenham idol

Just 18 months ago Moura was at a low point in his career, playing second fiddle to Neymar at PSG.

Pompeo seeks to win over Britain on Iran, Huawei

The former CIA chief has changed his plans and arrived in London London after briefly aborting his tour of Europe and paying an unannounced visit to Iraq.

Valverde warns Barcelona to be wary of history at Anfield

Barca's coach kept his men on their toes by immediately referencing last season's elimination to Roma after winning the first leg against Liverpool.

Battered and bruised Liverpool face balancing act against Barcelona

Liverpool have overcome such deficits before in the Champions League, most famously in the 2005 final against AC Milan.

UK to roll out age-verification for online porn

Websites that fail to implement the verification technology could have payment services withdrawn or be blocked for British users.

Lightning strike at Acropolis, Greece, injures four

A lightning strike injured four people at Acropolis in Athens, which was closed for the rest of the day.

The treasures of Notre-Dame

The fire-gutted Notre-Dame cathedral contained some of the most sacred relics of the Christian faith, including the Holy Crown of Thorns.

Stolen Van Goghs due back on display after 16 years

Two Vincent van Gogh masterpieces stolen from the Amsterdam museum will go back on display this week after extensive restoration, curators said Tuesday.