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WSJ Europe
Oct 20, 2018

Pope Francis' Handling of Sex-Abuse Cases Fractures a Catholic Stronghold
The pope's keen instincts as a communicator have abandoned him at crucial moments, especially in Chile, where allegations have swept up 167 Catholic officials and 178 victims so far. Sex-abuse victims say he has dismissed coverup allegations and wavered on promised disciplinary action.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

Facebook Turns to U.K. Politician to Help Repair Image
Facebook has hired Britain's former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, as its top policy and communications executive, giving a Silicon Valley outsider the task of mending the social network's image.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

Macedonia's Parliament Approves Name-Change Deal With Greece
Macedonia's parliament approved a constitutional revision bringing a decades-old dispute with neighboring Greece one step closer to a resolution that would unblock the country's membership to NATO and the EU.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

Italian Credit Downgrade Likely to Add to Pressure on Europe's Markets
Italy's credit was cut by Moody's to the lowest investment-grade rating, in a move that will likely add further selling pressure on Italian bonds and raise borrowing costs for the debt-laden country.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

Europe, Asia Nations Join U.S.'s Economic Pushback Against China
U.S. efforts to counter China's global economic push got a boost from European and Asian countries, which also want to capitalize on Washington's fight with Beijing.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

EU Ratchets Up Fight Over Poland's Supreme Court
The European Union's top court ordered Poland to suspend a purge of the country's supreme court, escalating a battle over the rule of law that has split Europe between East and West.

WSJ Europe
Oct 19, 2018

What Time Is It in Europe? Soon, the Answer Might Be Really Confusing
The European Union's 28 countries are discussing whether to cede control of clocks to each nation; it's "impossible for old people to change the clock on the microwave two times a year."

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

U.K.'s May Urges Europe to Use Creativity to Break Brexit Impasse
Brexit negotiations looked set to drag on for weeks after British Prime Minister Theresa May urged her European Union counterparts to get creative in resolving the final obstacles to a deal.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

More Than a Dozen Killed in Crimea College Attack
At least 17 people were killed and 45 injured in an attack at a college in Crimea that was allegedly carried out by a student, Russian authorities said.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

Greek Leader Takes Over as Foreign Minister, Too
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and announced he will take over his portfolio.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

Brexit Provides Early Proof ofDeglobalization'sCosts
Never in the last 70 years has a major economy left a free-trade area. Brexit and its effects on the U.K. are providing the first real-world evidence of the costs that come from undoing the intricate bonds of globalization.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

British Trade Negotiator's Conundrum: Can He Actually Make Any Deals?
The U.K. hired New Zealander Crawford Falconer to revamp its Department of International Trade, but he won't likely be in a position to land big free-trade deals for years following Brexit.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

German Police Investigate Hostage-Taking as Possible Terror Attack
A brief hostage-taking that seriously burned a 14-year-old girl and injured a woman on Monday is being investigated as a possible terrorist attack, German police said.

WSJ Europe
Oct 17, 2018

Europe Offers Britain an Olive Branch to Break Brexit Impasse
The European Union is prepared to give the U.K. an extra transition year to negotiate a trade agreement in an effort to break a stalemate in Brexit negotiations.

WSJ Europe
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line With Appointments
French President Emmanuel Macron appointed several cabinet ministers in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ Europe
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line With Cabinet Appointments
French President Emmanuel Macron appointed several cabinet ministers in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ Europe
Oct 16, 2018

Macron, Under Pressure, Walks Tight Line in Cabinet Shuffle
French President Emmanuel Macron shuffled his cabinet in an attempt to stabilize his government and stem a decline in public support for his push to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ Europe
Oct 15, 2018

Italy's Government Passes Draft Budget That Would Widen Deficit
Italy's government approved a draft budget law for next year, confirming a set of expansionary measures that could lead to a fast-rising deficit and a conflict with the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Oct 15, 2018

EU Boosts Support for Central African Republic as Russia Expands Role
European foreign ministers agreed to expand the bloc's support for security and armed forces in the Central African Republic, part of an effort to counter what diplomats fear is a growing Russian role there.

WSJ Europe
Oct 15, 2018

Brexit Talks Stall Ahead of Key Summit
Negotiations over Britain's departure from the EU suffered a setback as the sides failed to resolve differences over how to avoid a physical border in Ireland.

WSJ Europe
Oct 15, 2018

An Ice-Cream Truck Slaying, Party Drugs and Real-Estate Kings: Ethnic Clans Clash in Berlin's Underworld
A rise in killings and shootouts connected to ethnic crime gangs in Germany has prompted authorities to intensify a crackdown and express concern about poor integration fueling syndicates of largely Arab and Kurdish families.

WSJ Europe
Oct 15, 2018

Merkel's Allies Hit With Worst Election Showing Since 1950
Germany's political fragmentation deepened after allies of Angela Merkel took a beating in a crucial regional election in Bavaria, raising questions about how long the chancellor can keep control of her brittle coalition government.

WSJ Europe
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor, Back in U.S., Welcomed By Trump
President Trump met in the White House with a newly freed evangelical pastor who had been held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, bringing to a close a diplomatic standoff with Ankara that had jeopardized relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ Europe
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor, Back in U.S., Meets With Trump in Oval Office
President Trump met in the White House with a newly freed evangelical pastor who had been held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, bringing to a close a diplomatic standoff with Ankara that had jeopardized relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ Europe
Oct 13, 2018

Pastor Arrives Back in U.S., Ending Standoff With Turkey
An evangelical American pastor arrived back in the U.S. after being held in Turkey for two years on terrorism charges, ending a diplomatic standoff that had jeopardized relations between two North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ Europe
Oct 12, 2018

Merkel, Already Wobbling, Faces Fresh Blow in Historical Stronghold
Elections in two of Germany's most prosperous regions are likely to diminish Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and further destabilize her fragile government, potentially even jeopardizing her leadership.

WSJ Europe
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist's Killing
The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Europe
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Is Expected to Release American Pastor on Friday
The U.S. and Turkey are expected to begin mending a rupture in relations with the likely release Friday of pastor Andrew Brunson from detention and house arrest in Turkey.

WSJ Europe
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist's Killing
The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Europe
Oct 11, 2018

Ukraine Orthodox Church to Win Recognition Despite Russian Warning
The foremost leader in Orthodox Christianity said he would grant Ukraine a self-governing church independent of Russia, handing the former Soviet republic a significant victory in its efforts to reduce the Kremlin's influence there.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

Top U.K. Court Sides With Bakers Who Refused Gay Man's Order
The court upheld the right of a bakery to refuse a gay man's order for a cake decorated with the message "Support Gay Marriage" on grounds that forcing it to make the cake would have impinged on free speech.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

Oligarchs Beware: U.K. Demands to Know How Jailed Banker Can Afford Mansion
A jailed Azerbaijani banker's wife has been ordered to explain how she and her husband could afford a multimillion-pound London mansion, in the first case using new U.K. investigative powers.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

A Trio of Wealthy Russians Made an Enemy of Putin. Now They're All Dead.
Nikolai Glushkov, a close associate of the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky, was preparing to testify that Aeroflot was a corrupt instrument of Russian intelligence. Then, on the eve of his court date, he was strangled to death with a dog leash.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

Turkish Investigation of Missing Saudi Journalist Shifts Focus to Mercedes Van
Turkish police are investigating whether a black Mercedes van was used to abduct a Saudi journalist who went missing after entering the Saudi Arabian consulate here last week, as the two regional powers sparred over his disappearance and U.S. authorities expressed alarm.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

France's Macron: Celebrated Abroad, Isolated at Home
The presidency of Emmanuel Macron has reached a tipping point. Viewed from abroad, the 40-year-old former investment banker is a poster boy for international cooperation. At home, however, Mr. Macron is increasingly isolated.

WSJ Europe
Oct 10, 2018

Britain, EU Edge Closer to Brexit Deal
British and European negotiators have moved within sight of a deal on Brexit, having narrowed differences over the main sticking point of Northern Ireland.

WSJ Europe
Oct 09, 2018

Turkey Reveals Plans to Tame Inflation
The Turkish government unveiled measures aimed at reining in double-digit inflation that has helped erode investor confidence in the country and contributed to a sharp depreciation of the currency this year.

WSJ Europe
Oct 09, 2018

Italy Watchdog Casts Doubt on Official Growth Estimate
Italy's fiscal watchdog criticized the economic forecasts of the country's new government, in a blow to the credibility of budget policies that are unnerving investors and the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Oct 07, 2018

Interpol President Resigns After China Says He Is Under Investigation
Chinese authorities said Interpol President Meng Hongwei is under investigation for violations of the law, days after his wife reported him missing to French authorities.

WSJ Europe
Oct 07, 2018

Missing Saudi Journalist Was Killed in Consulate, Turkish Police Say
Turkish police believe the Saudi journalist gone missing at the start of the month was killed inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul before his body was removed from the building, Turkish officials said, accusations that could further inflame relations between the two regional powers.

WSJ Europe
Oct 07, 2018

Vatican Denounces Accusation Against Pope but Confirms Key Point
A senior Vatican official denounced what he called the "monstrous accusation" that Pope Francis had ignored reports of sexual misconduct by a favorite U.S. cardinal, but confirmed a key point within the allegation.

WSJ Europe
Oct 07, 2018

Manhunt Begins for Palestinian Gunman Who Killed Two Israelis
A Palestinian gunman shot and killed two Israelis and injured one other before fleeing the scene of the attack at a West Bank industrial park, the Israeli military said.

WSJ Europe
Oct 06, 2018

Pope Launches Review of Ex-Cardinal's Record Amid Abuse Scandal
Pope Francis has authorized a "thorough study" of Vatican archives in the case of an American former cardinal accused of sex abuse, the Vatican said.

WSJ Europe
Oct 06, 2018

'Going, Going, Gone...': Banksy Artwork Shreds Itself After Sale
Banksy, the anonymous British street artist famous for his political spoofs, pulled a £1 million prank on a buyer of one of his works.

WSJ Europe
Oct 06, 2018

Interpol's Chinese President Reported Missing in China
The head of the international police organization was reported by his wife to have gone missing in China, according to French authorities, who are investigating his disappearance.

WSJ Europe
Oct 05, 2018

Europe Tells Trump: Don't Bully Us on Trade
The pressure tactics used by President Trump to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement won't work in trade talks with the European Union, European officials said.

WSJ Europe
Oct 05, 2018

Myanmar's Economy in Peril as EU Weighs Trade Punishment
The EU is considering re-imposing tariffs on imports from Myanmar and Cambodia, a step that would hit both economies hard as the bloc intensifies pressure over human rights violations and democratic backsliding.

WSJ Europe
Oct 05, 2018

Pressure Ramps Up on Ronaldo Amid Rape Investigation
Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's problems have deepened in the days since the revelation of rape allegations against him in Las Vegas, with his biggest sponsor, Nike, signaling its concern on Thursday.

WSJ Europe
Oct 04, 2018

West Accuses Russia of Persistent Campaign of Cyberhacking
U.S., British and Dutch authorities took a collective swing at Russian intelligence efforts, describing a persistent campaign by the Kremlin to hack into agencies that exposed Moscow's alleged misdeeds.

WSJ Europe
Oct 04, 2018

Seven Russian Military Officers Indicted for Cyberattacks
Seven Russian military officers have been indicted for a series of alleged cyberattacks, including targeting agencies that exposed Russia's alleged widespread doping program, the U.S. Justice Department announced.

WSJ Europe
Oct 04, 2018

Seven Russian Military Officers Indicted for Cyber Attacks
Seven Russian military officers have been indicted for a series of alleged cyber attacks, including targeting agencies that exposed Russia's alleged widespread doping program, the U.S. Justice Department announced.

WSJ Europe
Oct 04, 2018

U.K. Accuses Russia of Waging Cyberattacks Against the West
The British Foreign Office said Russia's military intelligence unit, the GRU, was guilty of "indiscriminate and reckless" cyberattacks over the last three years that targeted a range of political and media institutions.

WSJ Europe
Oct 03, 2018

May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected criticisms of her Brexit plan from rebels within her Conservative Party, seeking to strengthen her hand at home as she tries to break a deadlock in talks with the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Oct 03, 2018

Theresa May Beats Back Her Critics Over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May rejected multiple criticisms of her Brexit plan from rebels in her Conservative Party as her officials worked to refine a new proposal aimed at breaking a deadlock in talks with the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Oct 03, 2018

EU Lawmakers Vote for Stringent Emission Targets
The European Parliament proposed stricter emission targets for the auto industry, putting down its marker in a growing fight inside the European Union over how much it can tighten CO2 limits for cars.

WSJ Europe
Oct 03, 2018

France Captures Helicopter-Jailbreak Bandit
An infamous bandit who used a helicopter and buzz saws to escape from a French jail more than three months ago was back in custody after police arrested him in a predawn raid Wednesday.

WSJ Europe
Oct 02, 2018

As Clock Ticks on Brexit, May's Nemesis Closes In
British Prime Minister Theresa May's archrival Boris Johnson laid out a challenge to her leadership, touting his credentials to become the U.K.'s next leader amid a deep rift within the Conservative Party over the government's approach to Brexit.

WSJ Europe
Oct 02, 2018

Nobel Physics Prize Awarded to Trio for Laser Inventions
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to an international trio of laser pioneers, including the first woman to earn the award in more than a half-century, who said she made her breakthrough as a graduate student "thinking outside the box."

WSJ Europe
Oct 02, 2018

Key Macron Ally Quits French Government
French President Emmanuel Macron was dealt a fresh blow after another pivotal minister in his bipartisan government announced his intention to resign.

WSJ Europe
Oct 02, 2018

France Freezes Iranian Assets Over Bomb Plot Blamed on Tehran
France retaliated for an alleged Iranian terror plot on French soil, seeking to punish Tehran for planning terror activities in Europe even as it tries to salvage the Iran nuclear deal.

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

German Police Arrest Six Suspected Neo-Nazis
German police said they had arrested six men suspected of planning an attack on immigrants and politicians, as the country struggles with backlash following an influx of migrants.

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

U.K. Conservative Party Reveals Its Deep Divides
The annual conference of the U.K.'s ruling Conservative Party, usually a highly choreographed display of almost slavish loyalty of the party faithful to its leaders, is this year deeply split.

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

Nobel Medicine Prize Awarded to U.S., Japanese Scientists
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for discoveries that enabled them to develop a revolutionary cancer therapy that trains the body's immune system to target tumors.

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

U.K.'s May Struggles With Treacherous Brexit Politics
The British prime minister, armed with doggedness but not charisma, must come to terms with the EU by March or risk a no-deal exit that unleashes uncertainty. Are her political skills the ones needed to bring it off?

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

U.K. Brexit Secretary Calls for Unity as EU Departure Nears
U.K. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab urged his fractious party to unite behind Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for Brexit, telling anti-EU lawmakers that her blueprint isn't perfect but will deliver on their long-held goal of getting the U.K. out of the EU.

WSJ Europe
Oct 01, 2018

Frenchman at Center of Nobel Scandal Is Sentenced to Two Years for Rape
The man at the center of a sexual-abuse scandal that led to the postponement of this year's Nobel Prize for Literature has been sentenced to two years in prison for rape.

WSJ Europe
Sep 30, 2018

Low Voter Turnout Puts Macedonian Name Change in Doubt
Low turnout cast doubt over the results of a referendum in which Macedonian voters overwhelmingly backed a deal to change the country's name to North Macedonia and clear a path for the country to join the West's most powerful clubs.

WSJ Europe
Sep 30, 2018

Europe Defeats U.S. to Win Ryder Cup
American golfers have seldom been successful when the Ryder Cup is held in Europe. They seemed particularly uncomfortable on a course whose tight fairways, modest length and heavy rough rendered ineffective the predominant style of the best U.S. players.

WSJ Europe
Sep 30, 2018

Thyssenkrupp Board Supports Company Split, New CEO
Germany's Thyssenkrupp said its current interim Chief Executive Guido Kerkhoff will remain in the role, as the group's supervisory board approved his plan to split the steel conglomerate into two separately listed companies.

WSJ Europe
Sep 27, 2018

Italy Widens Budget-Deficit Target
Italy's antiestablishment government has significantly widened its budget-deficit target for next year to fund its electoral promises, in a move that will likely put it on collision course with the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Sep 27, 2018

Russia Denies Spy Poisoning Suspect Is Military Colonel
Russia sought to dismiss a report identifying one of the suspects in the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the British town of Salisbury as a highly decorated special service operative.

WSJ Europe
Sep 27, 2018

Labor Shortage Lifts Wages on Europe's Eastern Flank
In Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic, wages are rising fast as workers grow scarce, a sign that the laws of supply and demand remain in force there even though many Western economies have seen slow wage growth despite falling jobless rates.

WSJ Europe
Sep 26, 2018

Putin's Quest for Growth Spells Doom for Russia's Iconic Railcars
Russia's third-class communal railcars have for decades melded together people, cuisine and customs from across the nation's 11 time zones. Now passengers fear something vital will be lost as the "platzkart" gets redesigned and replaced as part of an effort to boost a sanction-laden economy.

WSJ Europe
Sep 26, 2018

Merkel Ally Loses Vote as Lawmakers Push Back
Angela Merkel's grip on power took a severe blow when her party's lawmakers ousted a close ally of the German chancellor as their parliamentary leader and replaced him with a candidate she didn't endorse.

WSJ Europe
Sep 26, 2018

Germany Calls for Accountability From Church After Report on Sex Abuse
A new report documenting thousands of cases of alleged child sex abuse by Catholic priests in Germany drew calls on Tuesday for the church to identify perpetrators and strip them of all religious responsibilities.

WSJ Europe
Sep 25, 2018

Labour to Weigh Second Brexit Referendum if U.K.-EU Talks Collapse
The U.K.'s main opposition Labour Party opened the door on Tuesday to a second referendum that could reverse Brexit if talks with the European Union collapse.

WSJ Europe
Sep 25, 2018

Europe's Payment Channel to Salvage Iran Deal Faces Limits
The EU's plan establish a special payments vehicle to maintain economic ties with Iran sends a clear message to Tehran and Washington: Europe is intent on trying to save the 2015 nuclear deal. But the plan's lack of details left unanswered how those who use it will be able to escape U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Europe
Sep 25, 2018

Macron Denounces Rise of Nationalism as Crisis For World Order
French President Emmanuel Macron denounced the rise of nationalist forces that he said had plunged the system of international cooperation into crisis.

WSJ Europe
Sep 25, 2018

Swedish Parliament Votes to Oust Prime Minister
Sweden's parliament voted to oust Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in a vote of confidence, deepening uncertainty after an inconclusive election.

WSJ Europe
Sep 25, 2018

Europe Plans 'Special Vehicle' to Maintain Companies' Ties to Iran, Avoid U.S. Sanctions
The European Union said it would establish a special payment channel to allow European and other companies to legally continue financial transactions with Iran while avoiding exposure to U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Europe
Sep 24, 2018

France Unveils Billions in Tax Cuts as Support for Macron Ebbs
The French government unveiled billions in tax cuts as it seeks to revive flagging public support for President Emmanuel Macron and his efforts to overhaul France's economy.

WSJ Europe
Sep 22, 2018

Vatican and China Sign Deal Over Bishops, Allowing Pope a Veto
The Vatican and the Chinese government signed an agreement on the appointment of bishops in China, ending a decadeslong struggle over the issue, but leaving major controversies in their relationship unresolved.

WSJ Europe
Sep 22, 2018

U.K. Labour Party Faces Its Own Brexit Test
Prime Minister Theresa May isn't the only British political leader presiding over a Brexit-riven party. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in the same boat as his party gathers on Sunday for its annual conference.

WSJ Europe
Sep 21, 2018

U.K.'s May Says Brexit Negotiations Have Reached 'an Impasse'
British Prime Minister Theresa May warned that Brexit talks had hit a deadlock and called on European leaders to present new proposals as negotiations between the two sides turn increasingly acrimonious.

WSJ Europe
Sep 21, 2018

Trade Tensions Spell Trouble for Eurozone Economy
The eurozone's economy continued its slow-motion slowdown in September, as exports suffered from a drop off in global demand and uncertainty about future trade relations between the U.S. and other countries.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

EU in Talks With Egypt for Help With Curbing Flow of Migrants
The European Union is exploring a landmark deal with Egypt it hopes could alleviate a refugee crisis that has upended politics on the continent, EU officials said.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

EU Leaders Reject U.K.'s Post-Brexit Economic Proposal, Pressuring May
EU leaders rejected Britain's proposal for maintaining economic relations with the bloc post-Brexit, piling pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May as she's trying to put down a possible rebellion in her party.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

Turkey Slashes Growth Forecasts to Cool Inflation
The Turkish government slashed projections for growth over the next several years, signaling that it would seek to cool the country's debt-fueled economic boom and rein in double-digit inflation.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

Companies Stockpile Drugs, Chocolate as They Brace for 'Hard' Brexit
Some of the world's biggest companies are drawing up plans for the unplannable: a March divorce between Britain and the European Union, in which even some basic parameters have yet to be hammered out.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

Companies' Brexit Challenge: Preparing for the Unknown
Some of the world's biggest companies are drawing up plans for the unplannable: a March divorce between Britain and the European Union, in which even some basic parameters have yet to be hammered out.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

Turkey Slashes Growth Forecasts in Bid to Cool Inflation
The Turkish government slashed projections for growth over the next several years, signaling that it would seek to cool the country's debt-fueled economic boom and rein in double-digit inflation.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

EU Turns Up the Heat on Irish Question Ahead of Brexit Meeting
European leaders met in Austria in an effort to nudge stalled Brexit talks closer to the finish line. The big stumbling block: what to do about the U.K.'s border with Ireland.

WSJ Europe
Sep 20, 2018

Amazon Is Next to Face EU Scrutiny
EU authorities have started a new regulatory front against an American tech giant by opening a preliminary investigation into Amazon's treatment of other merchants that sell products using its platform.

WSJ Europe
Sep 19, 2018

Church to Establish New Policy for Sexual Abuse by Bishops
Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. announced a series of new policies Wednesday for dealing with sexual-abuse accusations, the first concrete change they have publicly made since a series of new allegations this year plunged the church into crisis.

WSJ Europe
Sep 19, 2018

Italy Faces Crunch Time on Budget
Italy's new populist government has until Sept. 27 to make a difficult decision: How to reconcile its expensive election promises with the reality of the country's fragile finances.

WSJ Europe
Sep 18, 2018

Germany's Intelligence Chief Loses Post Over Comments on Far-Right Protests
The German government is replacing a top intelligence official less than two weeks after he made comments that appeared to play down far-right violence at the margins of recent anti-immigration protests.

WSJ Europe
Sep 18, 2018

Russian Pussy Riot Member Likely Poisoned, German Doctors Confirm
A member of Pussy Riot, a Russian punk group that has drawn the spotlight for its anti-Kremlin protests, was likely poisoned with an unknown substance, according to German doctors, the latest in a string of similar cases involving critics of the Kremlin.

WSJ Europe
Sep 18, 2018

Russia Blames Israel for Loss of Plane Shot Down by Syria Air Defenses
Russia blamed Israel for the loss of one of its reconnaissance planes shot down overnight by Syrian defense systems, boosting tensions between Moscow and Tel Aviv, who have painstakingly avoided direct conflict in Syria until now.

WSJ Europe
Sep 18, 2018

Russia Blames Israel for Military Plane Shot Down Over Syria
Russia blamed Israel for the loss of a Russian reconnaissance plane shot down overnight by Syrian defense systems, boosting tensions between Tel Aviv and Moscow.

WSJ Europe
Sep 17, 2018

Russia, Turkey to Create Buffer Zone in Syrian Opposition Stronghold
Russia and Turkey have reached a tentative agreement to create a demilitarized buffer zone in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, a move that could help avert a fight and likely humanitarian catastrophe.

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