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WSJ Europe
Jun 20, 2018

EU to Begin Retaliatory Tariffs Against U.S. on Friday
The European Union will start imposing retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods on Friday, in response to President Donald Trump's duties on steel and aluminum imports from the bloc.

WSJ Europe
Jun 20, 2018

Germany's Largest Auto Makers Back Scrapping EU-U.S. Car Import Tariffs
The U.S. ambassador to Germany is expected to deliver a peace offering to the White House from car makers offering a proposal to abandon all import tariffs for cars between the EU and the U.S.

WSJ Europe
Jun 19, 2018

Merkel, Macron Unite on Europe's Future
France and Germany agree on broad overhauls for the European Union as they strain to contain divisions in the bloc and Chancellor Angela Merkel battles to preserve her government in Berlin.

WSJ Europe
Jun 19, 2018

Merkel and Macron Try to Unite on Europe's Future
France and Germany are aiming to agree on a roadmap for broad overhauls of the European Union as they strain to contain divisions in the bloc and Chancellor Angela Merkel battles to preserve her government in Berlin.

WSJ Europe
Jun 19, 2018

EU Court Orders Marine Le Pen to Repay $346,000 to European Parliament
The European Union's second-highest court ordered the French far-right politician to repay nearly $346,000 of public money that the European Parliament said she misspent while an EU lawmaker.

WSJ Europe
Jun 18, 2018

Kane Leads England to Victory Over Tunisia
England is off to a winning start as Harry Kane leads team to victory with last-minute winner against Tunisia.

WSJ Europe
Jun 18, 2018

Merkel's Government Avoids Collapse Over Migrant Battle, at Least for Now
German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a two-week reprieve in her confrontation with her coalition partner, averting at least temporarily avoiding a collapse of her government over migrants.

WSJ Europe
Jun 18, 2018

Merkel Gets Ultimatum on Immigration Challenge
Chancellor Angela Merkel was handed a two-week ultimatum by her coalition partners to secure a European deal allowing German police to turn back some migrants at the border, a senior lawmaker said, potentially buying time to settle a standoff that has threatened to topple her government.

WSJ Europe
Jun 18, 2018

How Europe's Opera Houses Won Over Millennials
With an escape game and networking parties, La Scala and the Paris Opera are attracting under-30 audiences

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

Pope Likens Abortion to Nazi Eugenics
In unusually blunt language, Pope Francis said that "to have an easy life, one does away with an innocent." The pope also said the only real families are those based on marriage between a man and a woman.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

Germany's Merkel Reaches Out to EU Members Over Immigration Dispute
German Chancellor Angela Merkel turned to her European neighbors this weekend for help with a fierce domestic dispute over immigration that is threatening to topple her three-party coalition.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

Introducing North Macedonia, a European Nation Rebranded
Macedonia will rename itself "North Macedonia" as part of a landmark agreement with Greece aimed at ending a 27-year-old dispute between the two countries.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

The Force Behind Europe's Populist Tide: Frustrated Youth
Still struggling to find jobs, and often living at home, younger generations are propelling antiestablishment parties to new heights of power. The revolt helped created Western Europe's first populist government, in Italy, and threatens to rear its head across the south.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

Introducing North Macedonia, Europe's Newest Nation
Macedonia will rename itself "North Macedonia" as part of a landmark agreement with Greece aimed at ending a 27-year-old dispute between the two countries.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

Migrants From Rescue Ship Barred by Italy, Malta Arrive in Spain
Ships in the Aquarius aid convoy docked at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for some 630 people who were rescued from the Mediterranean only to become the latest pawn in Europe's battle over immigration.

WSJ Europe
Jun 17, 2018

First Migrants From Rescue Ship Barred by Italy, Malta Arrive in Spain
An Italian ship helping to transport 629 migrants saved by the rescue boat Aquarius arrived at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong crossing of the Mediterranean.

WSJ Europe
Jun 16, 2018

A Year After the Deadly Grenfell Blaze, a Fireman Is Still Plagued by Doubt
With no water and little oxygen, a firefighter wonders if he made the right decision when he turned around before he could reach his rescue target in the Grenfell fire one year ago: "It is a decision that will always haunt me."

WSJ Europe
Jun 16, 2018

Fed Up With Brexit? Sorry, It Could Go On for Years.
Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union at 11 p.m. on March 29, but the full extrication of the U.K. from the bloc's economic orbit looks likely to take many years.

WSJ Europe
Jun 15, 2018

Demand for Tighter Border Threatens to Undo German Government
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling conservatives are holding last-ditch talks this weekend to defuse an escalating dispute over immigration and avert a breakup of her government as Interior Minister Horst Seehofer says he will tighten border policing on Monday.

WSJ Europe
Jun 15, 2018

OECD Sounds Alarm Over 'Broken Elevator' for Social Mobility
People living in developed economies are less likely to climb up or slide down the earnings ladder than their parents were—a fixable problem that is weakening confidence in the economic system, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said.

WSJ Europe
Jun 15, 2018

Spain's Coaching Carousel Spins Out Ahead of World Cup
As Fernando Hierro addressed the media as the newly installed manager of the Spanish national team, ex-manager Julen Lopetegui was introduced at Real Madrid.

WSJ Europe
Jun 14, 2018

Short of Skilled Medical Workers, U.K. to Relax Visa Limits
The U.K. plans to relax immigration rules for doctors and nurses, an effort to address a staffing crunch in the state-run National Health Service that has worsened since voters chose to leave the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Jun 14, 2018

The Ultimate Démarche: France Wants to Oust English From the EU
Prompted by Brexit, French President Emmanuel Macron wants to restore his language to European Union institutions, the way it was before Britain joined; a fisheries axis.

WSJ Europe
Jun 14, 2018

Don't Underestimate the Risk of a Chaotic Brexit
A consensus seems to have emerged in the past week that the U.K. is heading for the softest of Brexits. Yet behind this consensus lurks a dangerous complacency, writes Simon Nixon.

WSJ Europe
Jun 14, 2018

Immigration Standoff Shakes Merkel's Fragile Government
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's weekend decision to veto a plan by her interior minister aimed at controlling and reducing illegal migration—and the minister's refusal to back down—has shattered an uneasy truce between conservative backers and opponents of her liberal asylum policy.

WSJ Europe
Jun 12, 2018

U.K. Leader Fends Off Challenge to Brexit Strategy
British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly avoided a bruising parliamentary defeat Tuesday over her Brexit strategy, seeing off a challenge that would have given lawmakers much greater say over negotiations with Brussels.

WSJ Europe
Jun 12, 2018

Italy to Ferry Migrants It Rejected to Spain
Hundreds of migrants whose boat was denied entry to Italy will be transported to Spain aboard Italian coast guard and navy vessels, a potential resolution to an incident the new Italian government has used to highlight its tough stance on migration.

WSJ Europe
Jun 12, 2018

U.K. Minister Resigns Ahead of Brexit Bill Showdown
A British minister resigned unexpectedly citing the government's approach to Brexit, hours ahead of a showdown in Parliament over whether lawmakers can wrest some control from the government of the deal to leave the EU.

WSJ Europe
Jun 12, 2018

Europe Ponders New World Order as Trans-Atlantic Ties Fray
If current tensions between Donald Trump and his European allies continue to grow, Simon Nixon writes, Western Europe could face a moment of ideological dislocation like Eastern Europe did in 1989.

WSJ Europe
Jun 11, 2018

Spain Offers to End Standoff Between Italy and Malta Over Migrant Boat
Spain offered to take in a boat carrying hundreds of migrants stranded in the Mediterranean after Malta and Italy refused.

WSJ Europe
Jun 09, 2018

Ireland and U.K. Maneuver on Border Question
As talks between the European Union and the U.K. on Brexit enter a critical phase, the leaders of Ireland and Britain are in very different form. One knows where he is going, Paul Hannon writes; the other still can't be sure.

WSJ Europe
Jun 07, 2018

Putin Asks Austrian Leader to Set Up Summit With Trump
Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked Austria's chancellor to organize a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in Vienna this summer and the White House is pondering the offer, a senior European official said.

WSJ Europe
Jun 07, 2018

U.K. Top Court Criticizes Strict Northern Irish Abortion Law
Britain's Supreme Court rejected a legal bid to overturn Northern Ireland's near-total ban on abortions, but set the stage for future challenges.

WSJ Europe
Jun 07, 2018

U.K. Unveils Proposals for Irish Border After Brexit
The U.K. government published long-awaited proposals to solve the problem of the Irish border after Brexit, although officials in Dublin and Brussels signaled they still don't go far enough to address their concerns.

WSJ Europe
Jun 07, 2018

Why Angry Europeans Won't Isolate Trump at G-7 Summit
European leaders will need to exercise heroic self-restraint to resist the temptation to turn this week's Group of Seven summit in Canada into the G-6 plus one, after President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on European Union steel and aluminum imports, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jun 06, 2018

Spain's New Leader Names Pro-Europe, Mostly Female Cabinet
Spain's prime minister unveiled a cabinet of pro-Europe and mostly female ministers, undercutting comparisons of his country to the antiestablishment turmoil roiling Italy and aiming to modernize the executive branch.

WSJ Europe
Jun 06, 2018

NATO Allies Bristle Over U.S. Tariffs Pinned to Security Threats
Trans-Atlantic tensions threaten to disrupt a gathering of NATO defense ministers this week, after the U.S. labeled its allies national security threats in a trade dispute.

WSJ Europe
Jun 06, 2018

Threat of Sanctions Said to Imperil Bid to Save Iran Deal
Senior European officials conceded in a letter to the Trump administration that their efforts to save the Iranian nuclear accord by maintaining major trade and investment with Tehran are buckling in the face of planned U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Europe
Jun 06, 2018

European Officials Say U.S. Threat of Sanctions Hurts Bid to Save Iran Deal
Senior European officials conceded in a letter to the Trump administration that their efforts to save the Iranian nuclear accord by maintaining major trade and investment with Tehran are buckling in the face of planned U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Europe
Jun 05, 2018

Italy's Euroskeptic Agenda Reflects Weakening Public Support for the EU
Italy's new government is setting out a euroskeptic policy agenda in a country where public frustration with the European Union has supplanted once-broad support.

WSJ Europe
Jun 05, 2018

Gay Marriage Ruling Puts EU Court at Center of Fight Over Brussels' Power
The European Union's top court found same-sex spouses of EU citizens have the right to live in any country in the bloc, a judgment likely to deepen the discord between Brussels and socially conservative governments in Central and Eastern Europe.

WSJ Europe
Jun 04, 2018

Israel's Netanyahu Urges Germany to Help Curb Iran
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday urged his counterpart in Germany to help curb Iran's nuclear and regional ambitions after the U.S. broke with its European allies to pull out of the 2015 nuclear accord.

WSJ Europe
Jun 04, 2018

Portuguese Lessons for Spain, Italy
At first glance, new coalition governments in Italy and Spain look like a recipe for deeper uncertainty in two large eurozone economies. But the EU has been here before, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jun 04, 2018

Gay Marriage Case Becomes Lightning Rod for EU Court
A court case over gay marriage has turned into a broader battle over the balance of powers between the European Union and its national governments.

WSJ Europe
Jun 04, 2018

Portuguese Lessons for Spain and Italy
At first glance, new coalition governments in Italy and Spain look like a recipe for deeper uncertainty in two large eurozone economies. But the EU has been here before, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jun 04, 2018

Merkel Outlines Plan to Overhaul EU
The German chancellor outlined proposals for overhauling and strengthening the architecture of the European Union, including combining nations' defense capabilities and building a common investment fund for the eurozone.

WSJ Europe
Jun 02, 2018

Italy Hands Antiestablishment Parties New Task: Governing
A coalition government between two of Italy's antiestablishment parties was sworn in, but deep differences between them are raising questions over how the government will implement its promises.

WSJ Europe
Jun 02, 2018

Spain Ends Direct Rule in Catalonia
Spain lifted direct rule in Catalonia after regional leaders were sworn in, concluding an unprecedented attempt by Madrid to contain a separatist push that threatened to splinter the country.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

The Next EU-U.S. Battleground: Clearinghouses
The European Union is dialing back a threat to force major clearinghouses in London to relocate to continental Europe after Brexit, in a move that could cool a politically charged battle but which is unlikely to satisfy U.S. regulators.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

U.S. Factory-Sector Activity Accelerated in May
The Institute for Supply Management on Friday said its manufacturing index rose to 58.7 in May from 57.3 in April.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

Paul Carlin Tried to Shape Up Management at U.S. Postal Service, Then Got Fired
When he became head of the U.S. Postal Service in 1985, Paul Carlin was determined to make the bureaucracy more businesslike. "We're just one entry in a highly competitive market," he said. "We must earn the right to carry the mail."

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

SUV, Pickup-Truck Demand Continue to Buoy U.S. Auto Sales
Two Detroit auto makers on Friday reported an increase in U.S. auto sales for May as demand for sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks continue to buoy sales despite rising gas prices.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

Less-Educated Workers See Sharpest Drop in Unemployment
The job market for Americans who didn't finish high school has never been better.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

Asylum Scandal Jolts Germany, Unsettling Merkel Government
A scandal over the handling of asylum requests is threatening to destabilize German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fractious coalition and trigger a parliamentary inquiry into her open-arms migration policy.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

Italian Populists Strike New Deal on Coalition Government
Two large antiestablishment parties, the League and the 5 Star Movement, struck the deal, resolving a political crisis and putting a euroskeptic administration into power in the eurozone's third-largest economy.

WSJ Europe
Jun 01, 2018

Romania, Lithuania Violated Human-Rights Laws by Hosting Secret Prisons
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Romania and Lithuania violated the Continent's primary human-rights treaty by secretly holding al Qaeda suspects and failing to investigate their treatment by CIA interrogators.

WSJ Europe
May 31, 2018

Spain's Rajoy Poised to Fall From Power
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is poised to fall from power after a corruption scandal dealt a blow to a leader whose support has gradually been eroded by unpopular measures he imposed to avert Spain's economic collapse during the eurozone's debt crisis.

WSJ Europe
May 31, 2018

Asylum Scandal Jolts Germany, Unsettling Merkel's Government
A scandal over the handling of asylum requests is threatening to destabilize German Chancellor Angela Merkel's fractious coalition and trigger a parliamentary inquiry into her open-arms migration policy.

WSJ Europe
May 31, 2018

Eurozone Inflation Jumps, but Uncertainty Still Clouds ECB Outlook
The eurozone's annual rate of inflation rose more sharply than expected in May as energy prices increased, a development that will likely reinforce the ECB's belief that the metric will return to its target over coming years.

WSJ Europe
May 31, 2018

U.S. Planning to Hit EU With Steel, Aluminum Tariffs
The Trump administration, unable to win concessions from European Union counterparts ahead of a Friday deadline, is planning to make good on a threat to apply tariffs on European steel and aluminum.

WSJ Europe
May 31, 2018

Italy Still Has Time to Avert a Disaster
The situation in Italy today is very different from the crises that engulfed the eurozone between 2010 and 2015, writes Simon Nixon. It is at the same time both potentially more serious and yet more easily resolved.

WSJ Europe
May 30, 2018

Italy's President Searches for Solution to Political Impasse
Italian President Sergio Mattarella searched for a solution to Italy's political crisis, including the possibility of reviving a coalition government supported by the 5 Star Movement and the League—an option that would stave off fresh elections.

WSJ Europe
May 30, 2018

Kremlin Critic Detained in Spain as Moscow Intimidates From Afar
Spanish police briefly detained prominent U.S.-born Kremlin critic Bill Browder, acting on a request from Russia.

WSJ Europe
May 29, 2018

Three Killed in Suspected Terror Attack in Belgium
Belgian authorities are investigating a potential terrorist attack after a man killed three people and took a woman hostage before being shot dead by police in the eastern Belgian town of Liege.

WSJ Europe
May 29, 2018

Italy's Political Drama Raises Stakes for Euro
Italian President Sergio Mattarella has asked Carlo Cottarelli, a former International Monetary Fund official, to try to form a new government, even as the country speeds toward fresh elections that could see Italy's commitment to the single currency put to the test.

WSJ Europe
May 28, 2018

On Abortion Rights, Ireland Has Mirror Image in Conservative Poland
Irish voters' move to legalize abortion reverberated in Poland, another Roman Catholic-majority country in Europe, but one where the procedure is broadly illegal.

WSJ Europe
May 28, 2018

EU's Trade Chief to Press U.S. Counterparts on Tariffs
The EU's top trade official will meet U.S. counterparts Wednesday in a last-ditch effort to secure waivers from steel and aluminum tariffs and to engage Washington on efforts to tackle China's market-distorting policies.

WSJ Europe
May 28, 2018

Spain's Parliament to Vote on Prime Minister's Future This Week
Spanish lawmakers will decide on Friday whether to oust Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and replace his center-right government with one led by the center-left Socialist Party.

WSJ Europe
May 28, 2018

Italy in Turmoil as New Government Fails to Form
Italy was thrown into political turmoil Sunday evening, as the Italian president blocked the formation of a new government supported by two anti-establishment parties.

WSJ Europe
May 27, 2018

Turkish Press Pay a Price for Independence
In Turkey, emergency rule and a media crackdown have left independent media struggling ahead of elections in June in which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking a new mandate.

WSJ Europe
May 26, 2018

Irish Vote Backing Abortion Reflects a Nation in Transition
Ireland's landslide vote in favor of allowing abortion revealed a country that has undergone a profound and rapid transformation from a conservative, deeply Catholic nation to an increasingly secular one.

WSJ Europe
May 26, 2018

Ireland's Vote to Legalize Abortion Reflects a Nation in Transition
Ireland's landslide vote in favor of allowing abortion revealed a country that has undergone a profound and rapid transformation from a conservative, deeply Catholic nation to an increasingly secular one.

WSJ Europe
May 26, 2018

Voters in Ireland Repeal Abortion Ban in a Landslide
Irish voters overwhelmingly repealed a constitutional ban on abortion, according to an exit poll, a sweeping change that caps an emotion-filled debate and marks another significant step away from the country's historic Catholic influence.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

Spain's Opposition Seeks to Oust Rajoy in Confidence Vote
Spain's main opposition party called a parliamentary vote in an effort to oust Prime Minister Rajoy, after a court ruled that the premier's party benefited financially from an illegal kickback scheme.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

France's Latest Attempt to Placate Rail Unions Fails
A majority of French rail unions said they would continue strikes despite a government pledge to take over a large chunk of rail operator SNCF's debt.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

Macron's Outreach to Putin Tests U.S. Relations
French President Emmanuel Macron drew a spotlight to growing discord between U.S. and European foreign policy, touting a new multibillion investment in Russia by his country's top oil company.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

U.S. Websites Go Dark in Europe as GDPR Data Rules Kick In
Europe's new privacy law took effect Friday, causing high-profile websites to suspend access across the region as data-protection regulators prepare to brandish their new enforcement powers.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

Ireland Votes on Abortion Ban Repeal
Irish voters are deciding whether to remove a ban on abortion from the country's constitution, a sweeping change that would further dilute church influence in a country steadily moving away from its Catholic roots.

WSJ Europe
May 25, 2018

As Brexit Clock Ticks, the U.K. Tries to Agree on a Plan
The British government has a plan to avoid a disruptive Brexit and solve related problems regarding Ireland's internal border, and European Union officials say the plan would be hard to refuse. The hitch: London is split on the plan.

WSJ Europe
May 24, 2018

BOE's Carney: A 'Sharper' Brexit Could Change Rate Rise Plans
The Bank of England could forgo planned rate rises, or even ease policy, if the U.K.'s departure from the European Union were to be "sharper" than it expects, Gov. Mark Carney said.

WSJ Europe
May 24, 2018

Europe Seeks Russia's Help on Saving Iran Deal, Despite Tension
President Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran has added fresh impetus to a European outreach to Russia—although European officials say existing tensions make it far from a thaw.

WSJ Europe
May 24, 2018

Little-Known Law Professor Gets Nod to Form Italy's New Government
Italy's president asked a political novice chosen by two antiestablishment parties to form a coalition government after more than two months of wrangling touched off by March elections that yielded no clear winner.

WSJ Europe
May 24, 2018

Merkel Visits China With a Host of German Business Concerns
Trade between Germany and China reached an all-time record last year. But when Chancellor Angela Merkel visits the country this week, she will carry a growing list of concerns from a wary business delegation.

WSJ Europe
May 23, 2018

As Ireland Votes on Abortion, Catholic Church Takes a Background Role
The Catholic Church, a voice long dominant in Ireland, has largely stayed out of the emotional debate as the country prepares to vote on whether to repeal a constitutional abortion ban.

WSJ Europe
May 23, 2018

Britain Takes Stab at Wrangling Dirty Money
A U.K. parliamentary report calling for tougher action to stop the flow of dirty Russian money is a landmark moment, Simon Nixon writes, but it won't lead to any meaningful change in the City's culture of openness to corrupt funds.

WSJ Europe
May 23, 2018

Facebook CEO Dodges Tough Questions by EU Lawmakers
Mark Zuckerberg apologized to EU lawmakers over the fake-news and privacy scandals engulfing Facebook, but rebuffed suggestions that the company has outsize market power and avoided responding to many difficult questions.

WSJ Europe
May 22, 2018

Trump Is Targeting 10% Cut in EU Steel, Aluminum Exports to U.S.
President Donald Trump is weighing trade measures to cut European Union steel and aluminum exports to the U.S. by about 10%, in a sign that the bloc's concessions to secure tariff exemptions aren't meeting White House demands, EU officials familiar with the talks said.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

Italy's Coalition Parties Pick Political Novice as Next Prime Minister
Italy's two anti-establishment parties chose a political novice to become the country's next prime minister, allowing party leaders to potentially act as the powers behind the throne.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

U.K. Lawmakers Call for Tougher Crackdown on Illicit Russian Funds
Influential British lawmakers criticized the government for not doing enough to clamp down on illicit Russian money, as it emerged that a prominent oligarch hadn't been able to enter Britain in recent weeks.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

NATO Pushes New Antiterror Efforts to Quell Unease of Southern Members
As NATO relocates its headquarters within Brussels, an Italian Renaissance oil painting is going elsewhere, a departure some alliance officials say points to a deeper problem with the organization's mission and cohesion.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

Spain to Maintain Direct Rule Over Catalonia
The restive Catalonia region has a new leader but Spain's prime minister has maintained direct rule, prolonging the tense relationship between Catalan separatists and the central government.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

The Euro's Headache: Growth, Not Italian Politics
Italy is back in the headlines and the euro is falling, giving up all its gains and more against the dollar this year. But while the formation of an antiestablishment government in Rome is a headwind, there are bigger forces at work: the currency market has been rethinking the global growth story.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

Lifting Trump's Playbook Is Risky for Europe
With relations between the U.S. and the European Union at their lowest ebb in 70 years, European leaders are ramping up the rhetoric. But there are risks in raising the rhetorical stakes.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

U.K. Court Dismisses Charges Against Barclays Over Qatari Capital Raise
Barclays said a British court dismissed charges brought against the bank over its emergency fundraising from Middle Eastern investors during the financial crisis.

WSJ Europe
May 21, 2018

U.K. Finance Industry Pushes for Immigration Overhaul After Brexit
A banking and finance trade body said the City's ability to attract talent was at risk from proposed tougher entry rules after Brexit.

WSJ Europe
May 20, 2018

Pope Francis Continues to Boost Diversity in College of Cardinals
Pope Francis has announced that he will elevate 14 men to the rank of cardinal on June 29, continuing his practice of conferring the honor on men from the less prominent corners of the Catholic world.

WSJ Europe
May 20, 2018

Iran Uses Nuclear Pact to Bargain With EU Over U.S. Sanctions
Iran promised to uphold the pact curbing its nuclear activities if the EU can offset renewed U.S. sanctions, senior officials said, advocating an approach that would widen a deepening schism between Washington and Brussels.

WSJ Europe
May 20, 2018

Greece Steps Closer to Completing Bailout Review
Greece and its international creditors have reached an initial agreement on the reforms Athens must adopt thus paving the way for the completion of the bailout review, the country's last after an eight-year bailout regime.

WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Gives British Pageantry a Modern Glow
A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday married an American actress, in a wedding that brought modern, African-American influences to a centuries-old royal rite.

WSJ Europe
May 19, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Gave British Pageantry a Modern Glow
A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday married an American actress, in a wedding that brought modern, African-American influences to a centuries-old royal rite.

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