German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday called upon all European leaders to agree on an ambitious roadmap for renewing Europe's economic and monetary union (EMU).
Austrian farmers Johann and Maria Reisenbauer have been raising geese organically for the traditional 'Martin Goose' dinner in celebration of St. Martin for the past eight years.
Greek parliament narrowly approved a new 13.5-billion-euro austerity package aiming to clear the way for the release of fresh bailout loans to the debt-laden country.
European experts say the European Union's China policy will probably be influenced by the evolution of Sino-US relations and by the way in which China develops relations with the EU.
The missing Russian cargo ship, Amurskaya, had been found at the bottom of the Sea of Okhotsk off Russia's Far East coast.
Lithuania's three political parties on Tuesday agreed to form a coalition government, one day after the final results of the October parliamentary elections were announced.
A gunman killed five people in a shooting spree at a warehouse in northeast Moscow on Wednesday, local media reported.
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault on Tuesday estimated that the national "competitiveness pact" will create up to 400,000 jobs for the country in the next three years.
A new 48-hour nationwide general strike began on Tuesday in Greece on the eve of a key vote in the assembly over a fresh round of harsh spending cuts.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Tuesday admitted that it was unlikely his country would see economic growth until 2014.
A woman dressed as the Statue of Liberty poses for photographs during an election party during the US Presidential election at the US Embassy in London, Nov 6, 2012.
Russian gas firm Gazprom has settled a prolonged price war with a Polish company peacefully, the energy giant said.