European Parliament President Martin Schulz doubts Greek banks will reopen this week, calls for emergency humanitarian aid for Greece and demands the government make meaningful proposals on its debt to stave off ‘dramatic’ times.
Protesters clash with Greek police in central Athens ahead of rally in support of “No” vote in the referendum for the EU bailout.
LIBYA (Next Media) – As the EU struggles to cope with the surge in illegal immigrants arriving from conflict-stricken Libya, EU ministers have approved an operation that will establish a military force to combat human smuggling across the Mediterranean Sea.
African migrants living in an Italian asylum centre speak about their experiences and hopes since travelling to Europe.
Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at his constituency vote count, and greets party workers, after an exit poll showed his Conservatives are on track to govern Britain for another five years.
(BVO , NVO) – European Central Bank president Mario Draghi got the surprise of his life on Wednesday, when a woman in a black T-shirt jumped on his desk shouting ‘End the ECB dictatorship’. She also threw confetti over his head.
The news conference in Frankfurt was briefly adjourned as the woman was carried from the room.
European Union accuses Google Inc of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results in favour of its Google Shopping service, launches antitrust probe into Android.
European Union will file antitrust charges against tech giant Google, stepping up its high profile five-year investigation of the company, according to reports.
(Reuters Business Report) – Frankfurt’s Dax – on its longest streak of weekly gains since 1998.
This, in fact, its ninth week.
Europe is the feelgood factor.