The vast majority of Spaniards believe it is inevitable the country will be rescued by the European Union as their confidence in the government continues to slide, according to a poll published on Sunday.
The IMF on Sunday strongly backed the European Central Bank's plan to staunch the eurozone debt crisis with unlimited bond purchases.
Hungarian President Janos Ader said Sunday that no-one should turn against his own compatriots.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday dismissed any talk of a trade war with Europe over a European Commission competition investigation into state-controlled gas monopoly Gazprom.
A military helicopter crashed Saturday in Russia's Northern Caucasus republic of Dagestan, killing all the three people onboard, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
French authorities struggled on Thursday to explain why no one found a 4-year-old girl for eight hours at a blood-strewn crime scene as she huddled in a car under the skirt of a corpse - apparently her dead mother or grandmother.
The German trade union representing flight attendants said on Friday that it had reached a preliminary agreement with Lufthansa.
Enterprises from China and central and eastern Europe have signed many cooperation deals taking advantage of a specific credit of $10 billion.
Russia would like to maintain good relations with the United States after the US presidential election in November.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken an opportunity to review his domestic and foreign polices since returning to the Kremlin by giving an interview to a local TV channel on Thursday.
The European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday unveiled details of a new bond-buying program, which will be unlimited and sterilized.
Bullfights returned to Spanish public television on Wednesday after a six-year suspension, sparking warnings of legal action from animal rights activists.