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WSJ Europe
Dec 15, 2018

Fewer 'Yellow Vest' Protesters Turn Out Across France
Protesters gathered across France for a fifth successive weekend but in smaller numbers than previously, suggesting a shift in the intensity of an antigovernment movement that has forced concessions from President Emmanuel Macron.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

Behind the Brexit Chaos: A Faulty U.K. Negotiating Strategy
When British politicians launched Brexit negotiations after the country's 2016 referendum, they were confident they could win a special deal by finding allies among the 27 remaining members of the bloc. That strategy misfired.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

Europe's Left and Right Share a Common Call: State Intervention
Antiestablishment parties, popular across Europe for attacking the EU's immigration and fiscal rules, are now pushing back against a long-held EU economic orthodoxy that favors markets and competition over state intervention.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

France Probes Any Moscow Role in Yellow-Vest Movement
French security services are investigating if the Kremlin had a role in social media activity that has spread misinformation about the protest movement that has become the most serious threat to President Macron's presidency.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

Brexit Disarray Sends a Shiver Through the Financial Sector
Nervous bank executives have been busily jetting in and out of meetings with Europe's top financial regulators in the past few months. The reason: make sure Brexit doesn't turn into financial armageddon.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

Europe Stands Firm on Brexit Despite May's Push for Help
British Prime Minister Theresa May won verbal pledges from EU leaders to try to sweeten parts of the Brexit deal, but there were no signs she could win real concessions from them to swing U.K. lawmakers behind it.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

What Does $3 Trillion Buy in Europe? Higher Inflation, Uneven Growth
The European Central Bank said it would wind down new bond purchases under its quantitative easing program this month, ending a landmark policy that helped the bank achieve its inflation target but had uneven effects on other parts of the economy.

WSJ Europe
Dec 14, 2018

French Police Kill Suspected Strasbourg Gunman
The man police say slayed three people near a Christmas market earlier this week in an attack claimed by Islamic State is dead.

WSJ Europe
Dec 13, 2018

ECB Cuts Growth Forecasts as It Ends Bond-Buying Program
The European Central Bank cut its economic growth forecasts Thursday, highlighting the risks confronting Europe's economy even as it ended its massive four-year stimulus program.

WSJ Europe
Dec 13, 2018

Theresa May Survives Leadership Test, but Brexit Path Unclear
British Prime Minister Theresa May beat back a leadership challenge, quelling a rebellion within her party that leaves her politically wounded and the route to Brexit unclear.

WSJ Europe
Dec 13, 2018

Pope Cuts Three Cardinals---Two Tainted by Scandal---From Council
Pope Francis has removed the three oldest members of his advisory Council of Cardinals, two of them tainted by scandals related to the crisis over clerical sex abuse.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

Europe and Japan's Cheese-for-Cars Trade Deal to Launch Next Year
European Union lawmakers capped a two-year sprint to seal an economic partnership agreement with Japan, highlighting the U.S. allies' urgency in reacting to President Trump's disruptive trade policies.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

May Faces No-Confidence Vote Amid Brexit Disarray
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face a vote of confidence in her leadership, a ballot that was triggered by rebel lawmakers from her party and could further destabilize the already chaotic Brexit process.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

Italy Trims Spending Plans in Bid to Avoid EU Discipline
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Italy will target a smaller budget deficit for next year in a bid to avoid being disciplined by the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

ECB Stimulus's Mixed Legacy: Economic Success, Political Fiasco
The European Central Bank is nearing a landmark decision to wind down its $3 trillion bond-buying program, closing a chapter on a policy the U.S. used to help restore its growth but one that had mixed results in Europe.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

French Police Hunt for Gunman in Strasbourg Attack
Police were conducting a frantic manhunt for a gunman who opened fire at a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, killing at least three and injuring several others.

WSJ Europe
Dec 12, 2018

Gunman in Strasbourg Kills Three People Near Christmas Market
A gunman killed three people in a suspected terror attack near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg, striking a blow in the heart of Europe.

WSJ Europe
Dec 11, 2018

Europe's Divisions Pose Rising Threat to Governments
The U.K. government's pratfalls over Brexit show one thing still unites London with the continent: the growing difficulty of governing Western European nations in which new schisms have made it hard to find a majority for any way forward.

WSJ Europe
Dec 11, 2018

Macron, Facing Protests, Departs From EU Fiscal Strictures
French President Emmanuel Macron's plan to defuse antigovernment protests with tax cuts risks bending EU budget rules, threatening to anger other countries in the bloc that complain France gets special treatment.

WSJ Europe
Dec 11, 2018

U.K.'s May Faces Uphill Battle to Win Brexit Concessions
The EU won't reopen a hard-fought deal on the Brexit, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said, but British Prime Minister Theresa May later insisted she was picking up support from fellow leaders to soften the deal to gain critical support at home.

WSJ Europe
Dec 11, 2018

Macron Announces Measures to Placate Protesters
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to boost the minimum wage and cut taxes on some pensioners in an attempt to placate "yellow vest" protesters who have mounted demonstrations against his pro-business agenda.

WSJ Europe
Dec 10, 2018

U.K.'s May Delays Brexit Vote in Face of Broad Opposition
British Prime Minister Theresa May delayed a critical parliamentary vote on her Brexit bill, throwing both her government and her plans for the U.K.'s EU exit into disarray. The pound dropped to its lowest level in more than a year on the news.

WSJ Europe
Dec 10, 2018

U.K. Can Cancel Brexit, Confirms EU Court
The U.K. government can reverse its decision to leave the European Union and remain in the bloc without the approval of its EU counterparts, the European Court of Justice said.

WSJ Europe
Dec 10, 2018

Protests Threaten Macron's Campaign to Remake France
President Emmanuel Macron is facing unprecedented pressure to roll back his overhauls of the French economy after a fourth consecutive weekend of "yellow vest" protests unleashed another torrent of rioting despite stepped up security.

WSJ Europe
Dec 10, 2018

Rioting in France Cuts Growth Forecast
The French economy will grow more slowly than originally projected in the last quarter of the year due to the violent protests, adding to pressure on President Emmanuel Macron to deliver a strong response in a highly anticipated address to the nation.

WSJ Europe
Dec 09, 2018

Brexit Upends British Political System
Brexit has turned Britain's top-down political system on its head, with Prime Minister Theresa May in thrall to a fragmented parliament as she seeks to ratify a hard-won divorce agreement from the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Dec 09, 2018

Riots Resurface Across France, Piling Pressure on Macron
More than a hundred thousand people took to the streets in a fourth consecutive weekend of protests in the country, with some demonstrators setting barricades on fire and drawing tear gas from police, as they sought to heap pressure on President Emmanuel Macron to roll back his economic overhauls.

WSJ Europe
Dec 08, 2018

Police Clash With Antigovernment Protesters as Unrest Sweeps France
More than a hundred thousand people took to the streets in a fourth consecutive weekend of protests in the country, with some demonstrators setting barricades on fire and drawing tear gas from police, as they sought to heap pressure on President Emmanuel Macron to roll back his economic overhauls.

WSJ Europe
Dec 08, 2018

Ukraine's Yulia Tymoshenko Courts Washington
Ukraine's controversial former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, once again a leading presidential candidate at home, arrived in Washington this week on a rebranding exercise of sorts.

WSJ Europe
Dec 08, 2018

The Great Brexit Breakdown
The chaos in the U.K. is just part of a growing global tension between the economic benefits of integration and the political urge for self-rule.

WSJ Europe
Dec 07, 2018

Election of Merkel Ally Defuses Threat to Her Authority, for Now
Angela Merkel bowed out of party politics as her conservatives elected a close ally of the chancellor to succeed her as head of her party, beginning what could be a protracted twilight for one of Europe's most resilient leaders.

WSJ Europe
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Women Face Continued Discrimination Challenges
Women in the U.S. suffer more discrimination than in Western countries such as France and Germany, and Africa has made progress working to reduce domestic violence, the OECD says.

WSJ Europe
Dec 07, 2018

Eurozone Economy Grew More Slowly Than Previously Estimated
The eurozone's slowdown was broader than previously suspected in the third quarter, affecting sectors as diverse as farming, construction and a range of services.

WSJ Europe
Dec 06, 2018

Brexit Stockpiling Frenzy Leaves Firms With Few Warehouses
With so many global companies hoarding supplies ahead of Brexit to shield themselves from border disruptions, some face shortages of storage facilities in parts of the U.K. Makers of perishable food items and pharmaceutical companies are particularly vulnerable to the problem.

WSJ Europe
Dec 06, 2018

Putin Threatens Arms Race as U.S. Prepares to Exit Nuclear Treaty
Russian President Vladimir Putin raised the prospect of an arms race with the U.S. in response to Washington's announcement that it could withdraw from a nuclear pact.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

France Weighs Reviving Wealth Tax in Bid to Placate 'Yellow Vests'
The French government is weighing whether to reinstate a wealth tax, a key demand of yellow vest protesters who accuse President Emmanuel Macron of favoring the rich over the working class.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

Italy Tries to End Budget Fight With EU as Economy Teeters
Italy's populist government is looking for a route out of a fight with the European Union over its budget, as the financial fallout from the clash pushes the economy to the brink of recession.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

Bush's Trade Legacy on the Line as Trump Seeks to Replace Nafta
President Trump bids farewell to George H.W. Bush days after signing a pact to replace Nafta, a trade deal established by the former president.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

U.K. Economy Falters Over the Many Unknowns of Brexit
Uncertainty over the fate of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans is taking a toll on the British economy, and next week's parliamentary vote on the government's divorce bill may not clear the air.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

France Tops OECD Table as Most Taxed Country
France became the most heavily taxed of the world's rich countries in 2017, according to figures published the day after President Emmanuel Macron backed off a fuel-tax increase that enraged much of the nation.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

Jeb Bush Hopes Father's 'Kinder, Gentler' Outlook Will Prevail
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush urged Americans to celebrate his late father's life and said he hoped the former President George H.W. Bush's "kinder, gentler" outlook would prevail despite public and political division.

WSJ Europe
Dec 05, 2018

EU Court Throws Wrench Into Fraught Brexit Debate
With Theresa May's Brexit deal hanging in the balance, an EU court official said the U.K. can unilaterally back out of its decision to leave the bloc. In another ominous sign, her government suffered a series of defeats in Parliament.

WSJ Europe
Dec 04, 2018

Macron Blinks in Fuel-Tax Dispute With Yellow Vests
French President Emmanuel Macron delayed a planned tax increase on fuel, handing a victory to a grass-roots protest movement that has massed across France to challenge his agenda.

WSJ Europe
Dec 03, 2018

U.K. Spy Chief Warns Russia It Will Pay for Hostility
The head of the U.K.'s Secret Intelligence Service warned Russia it would pay for hostile acts carried out on British soil as he blamed tactics employed by the Kremlin for creating a state of "perpetual confrontation" with Britain and its allies.

WSJ Europe
Dec 03, 2018

Paris Rioting Puts Macron's Economic Overhaul to the Test
The worst rioting to hit the French capital in years left President Emmanuel Macron weighing an emergency crackdown on protests and scrambling to shield his pro-business agenda from surging public anger at his government.

WSJ Europe
Dec 03, 2018

U.K.'s Intelligence Chief: Britain Faces Tough Decision on Huawei
The head of Britain's foreign intelligence agency said the U.K. had a tough decision to make on whether to allow Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to supply a 5G mobile network in the country.

WSJ Europe
Dec 02, 2018

EU Doctors Quit U.K. as Brexit Looms
The U.K.'s planned exit from the EU in March is fueling an exodus of European workers from the U.K., creating a particular squeeze for Britain's already strained National Health Service.

WSJ Europe
Dec 02, 2018

Netanyahu Under Pressure as Police Recommend Corruption Charges
Israeli police recommended charging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with bribery and fraud related to a corruption investigation, a move which could further weaken one of President Trump's most stalwart foreign allies.

WSJ Europe
Dec 02, 2018

Paris Rioters Rampage During Antigovernment Protests
Most of the people who gathered in the French capital were there to protest peacefully, but they were overshadowed by groups of rabble-rousers, some with their faces masked.

WSJ Europe
Dec 01, 2018

Rioters Rampage During Antigovernment Protest in Paris
Most of the people who gathered in the French capital were there to protest peacefully, but they were overshadowed by groups of rabble-rousers, some with their faces masked.

WSJ Europe
Dec 01, 2018

Turks Fleeing Erdogan Fuel New Influx of Refugees to Greece
The flow of asylum seekers crossing the Greek-Turkish border at the Evros river is rising for the first time since 2015 as Turks flee President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's dragnet against real or imagined followers of cleric Fethullah Gulen.

WSJ Europe
Dec 01, 2018

Amid Brexit Drama, EU Flexes Its Muscles With Swiss
Britain isn't the only European country tangling with Brussels over future relations with the European Union. Switzerland is in its crosshairs too.

WSJ Europe
Nov 30, 2018

Looking for Brexit Guidance? Investors Pass Over Bank of England's Carney
Investors are frantically trying to predict the economic fallout from the U.K.'s exit from the European Union. One person they don't seem to be listening to: Bank of England Gov. Mark Carney.

WSJ Europe
Nov 30, 2018

Ukraine Threatens to Escalate Russia Standoff After Ship Detentions
A top Ukrainian official said Kiev could respond in kind to the detention of three of its naval ships by Russia. This comes after Ukraine put its armed forces on full military alert and declared a state of emergency.

WSJ Europe
Nov 30, 2018

Tariffs Roil Global Steel Trade, Creating Winners and Losers
Trump administration duties have scrambled the steel trade, with countries that can no longer sell into the U.S. sending their products into Europe at a record rate.

WSJ Europe
Nov 28, 2018

The Dangerous Rise of Sponsored Stock Research
New securities-trading rules are having one pernicious side effect on European stock markets: Research is increasingly paid for by those being researched.

WSJ Europe
Nov 28, 2018

Nissan-Renault Alliance Faces Biggest Test Yet---Without Its Architect
Executives from Renault and Nissan will convene Thursday for a meeting that will test the solidity of their two-decade alliance—and whether the smaller French company can keep the upper hand.

WSJ Europe
Nov 28, 2018

Unilever Looks to Acquire GlaxoSmithKline's Nutrition Business
Unilever is in talks to acquire GlaxoSmithKline's nutrition business, people familiar with the matter said, a deal that would hand the consumer-goods giant one of India's best-known brands.

WSJ Europe
Nov 27, 2018

Google and Facebook Face European Vexation
Consumer advocates in Brussels accused Alphabet's Google of violating EU privacy laws for the way it tracks users' location data, while Facebook in Britain faced ire about Russian activity on the network.

WSJ Europe
Nov 27, 2018

Investors Prepare for Another Brexit Surprise
Some markets expect more surprises when the U.K. parliament votes on an EU exit deal Dec 11. Whatever the result, its course through the typically quiet holiday season could exacerbate moves.

WSJ Europe
Nov 27, 2018

Haley Calls Russia Reckless in Tense Standoff With Ukraine
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned Russia over the seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships and Kiev put its troops on military alert in response to an incident that is ratcheting up tensions between Moscow and the West.

WSJ Europe
Nov 27, 2018

May Appeals to U.K. Public on Brexit, Pressuring Parliament
A day after European Union leaders waved through a deal laying out the terms for British departure from the bloc, the British government has shifted into campaigning mode for Parliament's Dec. 11 vote.

WSJ Europe
Nov 26, 2018

France and Germany Step In to Circumvent Iran Sanctions
France and Germany have joined forces to rescue a European effort to create a payments channel to keep trade flowing with Iran, defying U.S. attempts to take the air out of the plan, senior diplomats said.

WSJ Europe
Nov 26, 2018

'Yellow Vest' Protests Pit Rural France Against Macron
The French street, dormant for much of Emmanuel Macron's presidency, is stirring from its slumber. Over the past two weeks, protesters clad in yellow safety vests have been snarling traffic to vent their outrage over fuel-tax increases.

WSJ Europe
Nov 26, 2018

U.A.E. Pardons British Student Convicted of Spying
The United Arab Emirates pardoned and released a British academic convicted this month for spying, ending an incident that strained ties between the longtime allies and drew rebukes from Western academics and officials.

WSJ Europe
Nov 26, 2018

Tensions Rise as Russia Fires on Ukrainian Military Vessel
Russian coast guard forces fired on a Ukrainian military ship near Crimea, injuring at least one crew member, amid a rare standoff between Russia and Ukraine along the two countries' maritime borders.

WSJ Europe
Nov 25, 2018

U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal
EU leaders approved a treaty outlining divorce terms with the U.K., a milestone in Britain's bid to extract itself from the bloc that leaves Prime Minister Theresa May with a tough task selling the deal to Parliament.

WSJ Europe
Nov 25, 2018

What the EU and U.K. Agreed to on Brexit
Leaders of the European Union ratified two documents that define Britain's divorce from the EU and set out parameters for future—and necessary—negotiations. Here's what they say.

WSJ Europe
Nov 25, 2018

Swiss Voters to Cows: We Won't Pay for You to Keep Your Horns
Swiss voters on Sunday rejected a proposal that would have provided government subsidies to farmers who let cows to keep their horns.

WSJ Europe
Nov 25, 2018

EU Set to Endorse May's Brexit Deal
EU leaders are expected to endorse Theresa May's Brexit deal after Spain obtained extra guarantees over the status of Gibraltar. The deal still must overcome hurdles in the U.K.

WSJ Europe
Nov 24, 2018

EU, U.K. to Meet for Brexit Summit
A planned summit between EU leaders and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will take place Sunday to endorse a negotiated Brexit deal, after Spain obtained extra guarantees over the status of Gibraltar.

WSJ Europe
Nov 24, 2018

U.S. Cardinals to Have Pivotal Roles in Vatican Sex-Abuse Summit
The Vatican revealed on Friday that two leading U.S. cardinals and advisers to the pope will play major roles at a February summit on clerical sex abuse, reflecting the prominence of the issue in the U.S. in recent years.

WSJ Europe
Nov 23, 2018

U.A.E. Considers Clemency Request From Jailed British Student
The United Arab Emirates is considering a request for clemency for a jailed British academic, the country's ambassador to the U.K. said, adding that he hopes an amicable solution can be found in a case that has strained relations between London and a close Middle Eastern ally.

WSJ Europe
Nov 23, 2018

U.K. Inches Toward a Smooth Brexit, but Domestic Opposition Remains
EU and U.K. negotiators agreed on the outlines of future ties, a document British Prime Minister Theresa May hopes to use to rally domestic support for her Brexit deal.

WSJ Europe
Nov 23, 2018

Head of Russia's GRU Spy Agency Dies
The head of the Russian intelligence agency that the West says meddled in the U.S. presidential elections in 2016 has died. The demise of Igor Korobov, 62 years old, follows his predecessor's sudden death almost three years ago.

WSJ Europe
Nov 21, 2018

Italy's Big Budget Is Taking a Toll on Business
Company loans are becoming more costly after the government's generous spending prompted investors to demand higher risk premiums on Italian bonds, raising banks' borrowing costs.

WSJ Europe
Nov 21, 2018

Russian Bid to Head Interpol Fails; Concerns of Abuse Remain
A South Korean police official won the presidency of Interpol, beating out a Russian general whose candidacy had drawn strong opposition from Western politicians and rights groups.

WSJ Europe
Nov 20, 2018

'Extremely Weak': A Pro-Brexit Bastion Takes Dim View of May's Deal
In June 2016, nearly 70% of voters in the post-industrial town of Stoke-on-Trent wanted Britain out of the EU. Today many of them say the divorce deal Prime Minister Theresa May struck betrays the referendum's outcome.

WSJ Europe
Nov 20, 2018

Kremlin Backs Veteran Russian Official for Interpol Presidency
The Kremlin said it backed a veteran Russian Interior Ministry official to become Interpol's president, raising fresh concerns about the efficacy of the international police agency critics say authoritarian governments have abused.

WSJ Europe
Nov 19, 2018

U.K.'s May Defends Brexit Plan to Businesses
British Prime Minister Theresa May intensified a campaign to get businesses to back her Brexit agreement, trying to build momentum behind her much-maligned plan to extract the U.K. from the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Nov 19, 2018

Now the Hard Part: Getting the Brexit Deal Through Parliament
Looming over the deal to extract the U.K. from the EU is a simple question: Will the British Parliament go for it? The legislative math is challenging.

WSJ Europe
Nov 18, 2018

French Drivers Spark Broad Protest Against Macron
More than a quarter of a million French people protested higher gasoline taxes and other pocketbook issues this weekend in the latest rebuke to President Macron.

WSJ Europe
Nov 18, 2018

European Governments Bewildered by U.K.'s Brexit Turmoil
As the British government convulses over Theresa May's Brexit deal, its negotiating partners in Europe are watching with anxiety, tempered by a flickering hope that the U.K. Parliament might yet decide the pain of Brexit isn't worth it.

WSJ Europe
Nov 18, 2018

France Prepares to Get Tough on Firms That Pay Women Less
Under a coming French law, companies that underpay women could be fined, an unusually strict approach even among countries that have turned up pressure on firms to bridge the divide.

WSJ Europe
Nov 17, 2018

Germany Weighs Lifting Ban on Deporting Syrians
The German government said it is considering whether to allow the deportation of some Syrian asylum-seekers in the latest sign ruling conservatives are rethinking Angela Merkel's immigration policies.

WSJ Europe
Nov 17, 2018

Italy's New Masters Rattle EU, But Ordinary Italians Say 'Benissimo'
Italy's new government is rattling the country's establishment, European Union and financial markets, but many Italians see the five-month-old government as a breath of fresh air.

WSJ Europe
Nov 17, 2018

Undefined Brexit Question Leads to a Reckoning for May
The question for British voters in June 2016 was simple: whether to leave the EU or stay in it. The answer has left the U.K. government teetering on crisis, even as Prime Minister Theresa May got some reprieve.

WSJ Europe
Nov 16, 2018

Turkey Claims More Audio Evidence Contradicts Saudis on Khashoggi Death
Turkish officials said they have more audio evidence proving that Jamal Khashoggi's death was the result of a planned execution, as relatives and friends of the journalist held ceremonies in his memory in Turkey and Saudi Arabia.

WSJ Europe
Nov 16, 2018

Companies Start to Sweat Prospect of No-Deal Brexit as Deadline Looms
With Prime Minister Theresa May's government in turmoil over the terms of a Brexit pact, the prospect of "no deal" is getting real—spooking firms big and small, including some far from Britain's shores.

WSJ Europe
Nov 16, 2018

Brexit Deal in Jeopardy as Senior Ministers Resign
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting to save her deal just hours after it was sealed, as six government ministers quit and she vowed "to see this through." The pound fell sharply.

WSJ Europe
Nov 14, 2018

U.K.'s May Gets Cabinet's Go-Ahead on Brexit Deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May secured cabinet approval for her Brexit deal, clearing an important hurdle but setting the stage for a battle in Parliament that could shake her government and unravel the pact with the EU.

WSJ Europe
Nov 14, 2018

Global Economy Shows Strain as U.S. Steams Ahead
Signs of a global slowdown are mounting, indicating a deceleration in China and trade tensions are beginning to take a toll on much of the rest of the world.

WSJ Europe
Nov 14, 2018

May Seeks Backing for Draft Brexit Deal From Doubtful Allies
Negotiators for Britain and the European Union hammered out a draft Brexit deal, setting up a critical endgame in which Prime Minister Theresa May must now try to sell the plan to her skeptical ministers and Parliament.

WSJ Europe
Nov 13, 2018

Italy Snubs EU on Budget Plans
The populist Italian government says proposed fiscal measures are needed to finance costly policies it promised its voters.

WSJ Europe
Nov 13, 2018

Brexit Negotiators Still at Odds, Leaving All Options Open
With fewer than 20 weeks until Britain's planned departure from the EU, it isn't clear whether any deal Prime Minister Theresa May negotiates with the bloc would secure the support of her own cabinet, let alone the U.K. Parliament.

WSJ Europe
Nov 12, 2018

Vatican Bars U.S. Bishops' Action on Sex Abuse
The Vatican barred Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. from taking action to confront sex abuse, frustrating church leaders from across the country gathered in Baltimore for their annual meeting aimed at addressing the crisis.

WSJ Europe
Nov 12, 2018

Far-Right Groups Join Massive March Marking Polish Independence
Far-right movements from across Europe joined a massive march in Warsaw to celebrate Poland's 100th anniversary of independence, in what has become an annual gathering point for Europe's political fringe.

WSJ Europe
Nov 10, 2018

Trump, Macron Seek to Ease Tensions Over Security
President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron sought to thaw recent tensions over the future of transatlantic security ties, agreeing that Europe needs to share more of the burden for defending the continent.

WSJ Europe
Nov 09, 2018

Trump Visits Paris After Turbulent Week
President Trump called comments by Emmanuel Macron "very insulting" as he landed in Paris for a meeting with the French president.

WSJ Europe
Nov 09, 2018

Britain Struggles With Rise in Knife Attacks
Knife crimes are rising in Britain and knives have become the weapon of choice for London gang members, leaving the U.K. struggling with a crime trend that the city's mayor says will take a generation to solve.

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