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Media in Germany and the Netherlands are critical of the European Central Bank’s latest policy.
A vote in the Italian Senate paves the way for an overhaul of the country’s electoral system.
The Germans fear central bank bond purchases will undermine the incentive for structural reform.
Belgian soldiers are deployed to help guard government and Jewish sites in Antwerp and Brussels.
If Russia wants to force Europe’s attention away from Ukraine, it could make trouble in the Balkans.
The Russian energy conglomerate urges its European customers to link up with a new Turkish pipeline.
The Finnish prime minister says a “resounding no” to forgiving Greek loans from other eurozone countries.
Catalan independence leaders promise to interpret an election victory as a vote to secede from Spain.
Refusing to confront the problems of Islam, Europe’s leaders are allowing pro-Russian nationalism to flourish.
The Germans are running out of patience but most Greeks simply don’t believe their threats.
The suspects in the attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper are killed in a shootout with French police.