Greece backs down and agrees to comply with the conditions of its bailout in order to get more support.
France’s Socialist Party government survives a confidence vote after ramming through economic reforms.
Greece’s new government wants another loan from Europe but dump the bailout.
France’s president enacts economic reforms by executive order, bypassing his own Socialist Party.
Vladimir Putin’s visit to Budapest is largely devoid of substance but shows he’s not isolated in Europe.
Egypt calls for an international effort to “defeat terrorism” in Libya. Italy isn’t so sure.
The left is up in the polls as Israelis worry about making ends meet but Benjamin Netanyahu could still stay on.
The Netherlands’ liberals say Greece should leave the euro unless it makes good on its commitments.
Danish police kill the man suspected in shootings at a free speech meeting and a synagogue.
The spread of violent Islamism in Libya raises the possibility of rapprochement between its rival governments.
One attendee of a debate organized by a Swedish Muhammad cartoonist is killed in a shooting.
The “Finland option” is no longer a viable one for Ukraine because of Russia’s own actions.