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WSJ Europe
Jul 17, 2018

Trump Questions Finding of Russia's 2016 Meddling as He Appears With Putin
President Donald Trump on Monday publicly questioned the U.S. intelligence conclusion that Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election as he stood beside Russian leader Vladimir Putin, in a move that lawmakers of both parties said was a stunning alignment with a U.S. adversary.

WSJ Europe
Jul 16, 2018

France Begins Release of Hundreds of Radicalized Inmates
Hundreds of inmates radicalized during the war in Syria and the rise of Islamic State will be released from French prisons before the end of next year.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

Boeing, Airbus Strain to Deliver the New Jets They Have Promised
Some airlines have been left waiting for months for new planes as aircraft makers face a supply-line crunch for items including engines and wing components. That has angered executives and, in some cases, even stranded passengers.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May revealed the secret advice she received from President Donald Trump on how to handle Brexit talks: He suggested the U.K. sue the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Jul 15, 2018

British Leader's Brexit Plan Imperiled by Conservative Hardliners
The future of British Prime Minister Theresa May's post-Brexit plan hangs on a kernel of hardliners within her own Conservative Party devoted to ending the influence of the European Union in the U.K.

WSJ Europe
Jul 14, 2018

Trump Affirms Support for U.K.'s May, Post-Brexit Trade
President Trump expressed his support for a trade pact with the U.K., seeking to walk back earlier comments in which he said Theresa May's Brexit plan would "kill" the chances of such a deal.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Poland Steps Up Supreme Court Purge
Poland's government is drafting new laws to rush its purge of the Supreme Court, racing ahead of efforts by the European Union to halt what authorities in Brussels view as a rapid erosion in rule of law.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Germany Delays Greece's Final Bailout Payment
Germany held up the final bailout disbursement for Greece, a move indicative of how difficult it will be for the southern country to regain financial sovereignty even as it exits an eight-year bailout regime in August.

WSJ Europe
Jul 13, 2018

Trump Says May's Brexit Plan Could 'Kill' Chances of U.S. Trade Deal
President Donald Trump warned U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that a plan her government released Thursday outlining its future economic relationship with the European Union could hurt chances of a bilateral trade deal.

WSJ Europe
Jul 12, 2018

European Governments Fail to Agree on Redistributing Migrants
European governments on Thursday failed to reach an agreement on redistributing migrants across the bloc, one of the thorniest issues facing the continent as a backlash against refugees gathers speed.

WSJ Europe
Jul 11, 2018

As Trump Arrives, Europe Frets Over His Designs on Postwar Global Order
European leaders await President Donald Trump's visit this week with a big question, Simon Nixon writes. Does he want to reform the multilateral system underpinning the West's security and prosperity—or destroy it?

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Cabinet Clash Only First Test for U.K.'s New Brexit Strategy
The resignation of two British ministers in response to Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal for a future relationship with the European Union suggests even tougher tests between now and March 29, when Britain is due to leave the EU.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Trump Pressures NATO Allies Ahead of Summit
President Donald Trump leveled fresh criticism against allies over their military spending as he headed off on seven-day tour through Europe that begins with a NATO gathering and ends with a summit with President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Germany's Interior Minister Unveils 'Master Plan' to Cut Immigration
Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer unveiled scores of measures aimed at limiting immigration, in the latest sign of a backlash against the arrival of 1.5 million refugees since 2015.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Trump Leaves for NATO Gathering With European Allies on Edge
President Donald Trump is beginning a seven-day tour through Europe that will start with him confronting NATO allies over military spending and end with a summit with President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Eurozone House Prices Rise at Fastest Rate in 11 Years
Eurozone house prices rose at the fastest pace in 11 years during the first three months of 2018, a development that is likely to reinforce the European Central Bank's determination to end a key stimulus program in December.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Macron Tries to Shore Up Support for French Economic Overhaul
French President Emmanuel Macron summoned both chambers of parliament to the ornate Palace of Versailles to defend his first year in office, rejecting claims that his pro-business agenda favors the wealthy.

WSJ Europe
Jul 10, 2018

Turkish Leader Takes Oath With New Powers and High Ambitions
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took up a new mandate with vastly expanded powers and vowed to position his nation as a driving force linking East and West—a gambit that will face an immediate test at a NATO summit.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

Resignations Over May's Brexit Plan Throw U.K. Government Into Turmoil
The resignations of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis plunged Theresa May into a political crisis and increased the chances of a challenge to her party leadership.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

Summit Looms for a Strained NATO Alliance
European leaders brace for a tense meeting this week with a U.S. president who is imposing tariffs and chiding the allies for not spending more on their own defense. Trump advisers say the president is just trying to rebalance the relationship.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

Boris Johnson Quits U.K. Government Amid Brexit Turmoil
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was battling to overcome her biggest crisis since she lost her parliamentary majority in last year's general election after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

U.K.'s May Says Boris Johnson Resigns as Foreign Secretary
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was battling to overcome her biggest crisis since she lost her parliamentary majority in last year's general election.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

U.K.'s May Names New Brexit Secretary as Turmoil Grows
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was battling to overcome her biggest crisis since she lost her parliamentary majority in last year's general election after a prominent supporter of Britain's departure from the European Union quit her government.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

Jockeying Begins to Take ECB's Reins From Mario Draghi
The decision on who will succeed Mario Draghi as European Central Bank president is still a year away, but the jockeying for position is already under way.

WSJ Europe
Jul 09, 2018

U.K. Minister in Charge of Brexit Negotiations Resigns
David Davis, the minister in charge of negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union, resigned unexpectedly Sunday night, likely heralding a further period of turmoil for the trouble-prone government of Prime Minister Theresa May.

WSJ Europe
Jul 08, 2018

Turkey Dismisses 18,000 Civil Servants for Alleged Terror Links
Turkish authorities dismissed more than 18,000 state employees for alleged ties to terror groups as Recep Tayyip Erdogan is about begin a new term with vastly expanded executive powers.

WSJ Europe
Jul 08, 2018

U.K. Opens Murder Probe After Woman Exposed to Nerve Agent Dies
British police said they opened a murder investigation Sunday into the death of a woman who had been poisoned by the Novichok nerve agent.

WSJ Europe
Jul 08, 2018

Theresa May Forges Apparent Unity in Cabinet Over Brexit Plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday appeared to unite warring factions of her cabinet behind a new Brexit plan, but significant doubts remain over whether the European Union will agree to it.

WSJ Europe
Jul 07, 2018

Jockeying Begins to Take European Central Bank's Reins From Draghi
The decision on who will succeed Mario Draghi as European Central Bank president is still a year away, but the jockeying for position is already under way.

WSJ Europe
Jul 06, 2018

Europe's Nativist Swing Casts Shadow Over Establishment
In Europe's long struggle between the political establishment and its enemies, the momentum this year is shifting toward nativists, deepening doubts about the continent's multilateral order and divisions about how to respond.

WSJ Europe
Jul 06, 2018

Europe's Nativist Swing Casts Shadow Over Political Establishment
In Europe's long struggle between the political establishment and its enemies, the momentum this year is shifting toward nativists, deepening doubts about the continent's multilateral order and divisions about how to respond.

WSJ Europe
Jul 06, 2018

U.K. Calls on Russia for Information After New Nerve-Agent Poisoning
Britain urged Russia to provide fresh details about the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in March after two U.K. nationals were sickened by the same Soviet-era nerve agent nearby last weekend.

WSJ Europe
Jul 05, 2018

Britain's Brexit Dilemma: Compromise or Confrontation?
The first thing the British cabinet needs to decide when it meets this week to try to agree on a Brexit policy is whether it thinks the European Union is bluffing.

WSJ Europe
Jul 05, 2018

U.K. Police Say Two British Nationals Exposed to Nerve Agent Novichok
A man and a woman in western England were exposed to the same nerve agent that was behind the poisoning of a former Russian intelligence officer and his daughter four months ago, counterterrorism police said.

WSJ Europe
Jul 04, 2018

Polish Chief Justice Defies Supreme Court Overhaul
The head of Poland's Supreme Court defied a new judicial overhaul that has put the nationalist government on a confrontation course with the European Union, showing up to work despite a controversial new law forcing her ouster.

WSJ Europe
Jul 04, 2018

Berlusconi, Italy's Original Populist, Falls From Favor
The European Union's first populist leader, Silvio Berlusconi, has become a forgotten man in Italian politics, displaced by a new antiestablishment wave.

WSJ Europe
Jul 04, 2018

Merkel's Fight for Survival Could Hit Another Bump
Angela Merkel's fight to secure her shaky coalition faced a new hurdle as the German chancellor moved to persuade her center-left allies to back tighter immigration rules.

WSJ Europe
Jul 03, 2018

Macedonia's Deal With Greece Over Name Is Just a First Step Toward EU
European Union countries may be squabbling over immigration and much else, but neighboring nation Macedonia is even contemplating changing its name to get in. Whether that will be enough to get invited remains unclear.

WSJ Europe
Jul 03, 2018

Merkel Secures Deal on Migrants, Averts Government Collapse
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reached a deal for tighter control over immigration with her longtime conservative allies, an issue that threatened to rupture her ruling coalition.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Yes, Hollywood Did Influence That Helicopter Jailbreak in France
French police are on the move after an infamous armed robber—who in his memoir cited Hollywood as his muse—made his second prison escape, this time in a helicopter.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Europe's Threadbare Migration Plan Only Buys Time
Panic-stricken officials from the EU and the United Nations collaborated to come up last week with a deal to keep EU borders and ports open. Yet it isn't clear, Simon Nixon writes, that the deal will avert the crisis for long.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Merkel, Coalition Partner Strike Deal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reached a deal with her longtime conservative allies on immigration, an issue that threatened to rupture her ruling coalition.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Germany's Merkel, Coalition Partners Strike Deal on Immigration
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has reached a deal with her longtime conservative allies on immigration, an issue that threatened to rupture her ruling coalition.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Merkel Faces Showdown in Germany Over Migrant Policy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was set to make one last attempt to stop her conservative bloc from rupturing over immigration and avert a collapse of her coalition government.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Germany Faces Unprecedented Fight Over Migration Deal
After fruitless weekend negotiations on immigration policy, Chancellor Angela Merkel and her interior minister were meeting for a final attempt at resolving a fight that threatens to topple her government. Though there is no map to follow, there are a handful of scenarios that could play out.

WSJ Europe
Jul 02, 2018

Merkel's Coalition in Jeopardy Over EU Migration
Angela Merkel's position as German chancellor became more precarious after her interior minister rejected a European deal on limiting immigration she championed as insufficient, threatening her government.

WSJ Europe
Jul 01, 2018

Europe Moves in Parallel to U.S. to Manage Immigration
The U.S. and Europe face migration challenges at their borders that differ in origin but result in the same political problem: how to stop illegal arrivals while meeting demands for the humane treatment of migrants.

WSJ Europe
Jun 30, 2018

EU's Migrant Deal Reflects Ascendance of Nativist Parties
Europe's leaders agreed to start holding some migrants in detention camps, as politicians including German Chancellor Angela Merkel face a backlash to her 2015 decision to open the continent's doors.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

Europe Shifts Toward Tougher Approach on Immigration
The European Union's tough new measures to curb mass immigration marks a fundamental shift in the continent's traditionally liberal migrant policy.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

Latvian Prosecutors Charge Top ECB Official With Taking Bribes
Latvian prosecutors said on Friday they had charged the Baltic nation's central-bank governor with taking bribes of half a million euros, escalating an investigation that has deprived the European Central Bank of one of its top officials.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

Brexit Killing London as Financial Hub? Not Just Yet
Brexit was meant to be a crippling blow to London's position as the financial capital of Europe. But so far, the British capital's role remains mostly undiminished, and no single other European city is close to claiming its crown.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

How Europe's New Immigration Measures Are Set to Play Out
The European Union's tough new measures to curb mass immigration marks a fundamental shift in the continent's traditionally liberal migrant policy.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

European Leaders Reach Migration Deal, Giving Merkel Respite at Home
A migration deal patched together by European Union leaders appeared to have won German Chancellor Angela Merkel a respite in the toughest battle of her political career.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

EU Leaders Reach Migration Deal, Giving Merkel Respite at Home
A migration deal patched together by European Union leaders appeared to have won German Chancellor Angela Merkel a respite in the toughest battle of her political career.

WSJ Europe
Jun 29, 2018

EU Sees Itself Holding the Line in Response to U.S. Metals Tariff
The trans-Atlantic trade fight has yielded an unexpected side effect: newfound appreciation in the White House for the European Union's power on trade. Whether the bloc can translate that clout into negotiating gains remains an open question.

WSJ Europe
Jun 28, 2018

How Amazon Made Pharmacies Ill
Amazon's purchase of online pharmacy PillPack sparked a sharp selloff in drug supply chain stocks, as the deal shows the retailing behemoth is serious about entering the pharmacy business.

WSJ Europe
Jun 28, 2018

U.K. Knew U.S. Mistreated 9/11 Suspects, Parliamentary Report Says
British spies were aware that the U.S. mistreated suspected militants after the Sept. 11 attacks and were complicit in "inexcusable" interrogation and detention methods, an influential parliamentary committee said in a report.

WSJ Europe
Jun 28, 2018

Brexit Britain Needs to Learn the Language of the EU
The main reason why the Brexit debate has gone round in circles for the last two years is that much of the British political class have never fully understood what the EU is or how it works, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jun 28, 2018

Immigration Debate Takes on New Urgency as EU Leaders Meet
An EU summit long planned to focus on the bloc's patchy asylum policies has assumed unexpected urgency.

WSJ Europe
Jun 27, 2018

For U.K. Fishermen, Brexit Comes With a Catch
Fishermen from around the U.K. say they voted for Brexit as a chance to unshackle the fishing industry from European Union regulations. But a year into negotiations, that isn't translating into guarantees they will get more of the catch.

WSJ Europe
Jun 27, 2018

Italy's Salvini Raises Profile With Anti-Immigration Stance
The leader of the anti-immigration League party and interior minister is blocking migrant-laden boats from landing in Italy, challenging European Union rules on asylum, and adding to the pressure on Germany's beleaguered chancellor, Angela Merkel.

WSJ Europe
Jun 27, 2018

EU Targets Next Year for Accession Talks With Macedonia
The European Union set a target date to begin membership talks with Macedonia next year but warned the country would have to vigorously pursue domestic reforms for negotiations to start in earnest.

WSJ Europe
Jun 26, 2018

Immigration Backlash Erodes Merkel's Power in Conservative Stronghold
As immigration redraws Europe's political landscape, Bavaria has become the springboard for an insurgency that is threatening the German chancellor's job.

WSJ Europe
Jun 26, 2018

Spain's 'Stolen Babies' Trial Explores a Franco Legacy
A 49-year-old woman took the stand to accuse an elderly gynecologist of abducting her days after she was born, in the first trial over an allegedly extensive conspiracy to steal and sometimes sell babies.

WSJ Europe
Jun 26, 2018

Disaster Looms for British Pubs: Beer Shortage During the World Cup
Lager drinkers wring their hands but cask ale aficionados hope a carbon dioxide scarcity will drive orders for old-school brews served at room temperature

WSJ Europe
Jun 25, 2018

Harley-Davidson to Shift Production Overseas to Offset EU Tariffs
Harley-Davidson plans to shift production overseas to avoid European Union tariffs on its iconic motorcycles, the latest manufacturer to reconfigure operations amid a widening global trade fight.

WSJ Europe
Jun 25, 2018

U.S. Treasurys Strengthen as Trade Tensions Rise
U.S. government bonds strengthened Monday as fears of mounting trade tensions sent investors into the safety of sovereign debt.

WSJ Europe
Jun 25, 2018

After Victory, Erdogan Promises to Build a Stronger Country
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan returned to Turkey's capital city to celebrate his twin victory in presidential and parliamentary elections as the opposition conceded defeat.

WSJ Europe
Jun 25, 2018

Erdogan Extends His Hold in Turkey in Pivotal Election Win
Voters extended Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hold on power in national elections and endorsed the Turkish leader's increasingly authoritarian model of government in one of Washington's most important but often defiant NATO allies.

WSJ Europe
Jun 24, 2018

European Leaders Fail to Bridge Divisions Over Fate of Migrants
EU leaders failed to bridge disagreements over the bloc's politically toxic migration issue, a long-unresolved conundrum now threatening to topple the EU's most powerful leader, Germany's Angela Merkel.

WSJ Europe
Jun 24, 2018

Vote in Turkey Tests Erdogan's Power
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is facing serious challenges as voters head to the polls. A tumbling currency has left some questioning his economic acumen.

WSJ Europe
Jun 24, 2018

Discord Over Migrant Ships Deepens European Divide
EU leaders failed to bridge disagreements over the bloc's politically toxic migration issue, a long-unresolved conundrum now threatening to topple the EU's most powerful leader, Germany's Angela Merkel.

WSJ Europe
Jun 24, 2018

High-Stakes Turkish Vote Tests Erdogan's Power
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who boasts he has never lost a ballot, is facing serious challenges as voters head to the polls. A tumbling currency has left some questioning his economic acumen. And despite little access to media a credible rival has emerged.

WSJ Europe
Jun 24, 2018

Discord Over Migrant Crisis Deepens Ahead of EU Meeting
Half of European Union's leaders will meet in Brussels to seek a common solution to the bloc's politically toxic migration issue, a long-unresolved conundrum now threatening to topple the EU's most powerful leader, Germany's Angela Merkel.

WSJ Europe
Jun 23, 2018

Belgium Probes Brothers in Possible Trafficking of Looted Antiquities from Syria
Belgian prosecutors said they are investigating whether two brothers trafficked antiquities that had been taken from Syria, escalating Belgium's role in an international probe into the prominent dealers of ancient art.

WSJ Europe
Jun 23, 2018

Troubled Talks Hold Post-Brexit Security in the Balance
European pledges to pursue close security ties with Britain after Brexit have been numerous since the U.K.'s vote to leave the bloc two years ago today—but to some, they are starting to ring hollow.

WSJ Europe
Jun 22, 2018

Turkey's Erdogan Strains to Turn Strongman Rule Into Dominance at Polls
With economic woes weighing on Turkish voters ahead of Sunday's elections, the prospect of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan entering a new five-year term with a rubber-stamp parliament isn't guaranteed.

WSJ Europe
Jun 22, 2018

Eurozone Gives Greece Some Debt Relief as Bailout Nears End
The eurozone agreed to lighten Greece's debt burden when the country's bailout ends this summer, but the measures fall short of what the IMF says would be needed to end doubts about Greece's long-term solvency.

WSJ Europe
Jun 21, 2018

Emmanuel Macron's Empty Victory
Berlin and Paris agreed this week on a road map for deeper eurozone integration, but it is hard to escape the conclusion that the French president has come away largely empty-handed, Simon Nixon writes.

WSJ Europe
Jun 20, 2018

Italy Interior Minister Rules Out Taking Back Migrants From Germany
Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said he wasn't willing to take migrants who have been registered in Italy back from Germany, a stance which would clash with the plans of his German peer.

WSJ Europe
Jun 20, 2018

Separatist, Nationalist Attacks in Europe Increased in 2017
Separatist and far-right attacks have increased in Europe, particularly in the U.K., but also in France and Spain. The rise in attacks in Northern Ireland comes amid increased uncertainty over how Brexit will affect the region region.

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.

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