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WSJ Europe
Mar 26, 2019

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
Mar 26, 2019

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
Mar 26, 2019

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
Mar 26, 2019

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
Mar 26, 2019

Russian Officials Slam Trump's Plans to Exit Nuclear Treaty
National security adviser John Bolton, a longtime critic of a landmark nuclear treaty with Russia, is expected to meet with President Vladimir Putin and other top officials in Moscow on Monday, according to U.S. and Russian officials, as tensions rise over what Washington calls the country's violations of the pact.

WSJ Europe
Mar 26, 2019

U.S., EU Trade Teams Seek Fast Results and Big Savings
U.S. and European trade negotiators are focused on aligning regulations on goods and services as they seek to cement a July trade cease-fire between President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

WSJ Europe
Mar 03, 2019

Italy Allows Illegal Homes to Be Rebuilt, Earthquake Zone or Not
Italian politicians have a long record of granting amnesties allowing homes in earthquake-hit areas to be rebuilt. The upstart government was supposed to change that, but it has bowed to local pressure—a sign of how Italian political habits die hard.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

House Panel Presses White House for Security-Clearance Documents
The House Oversight Committee renewed its request to the White House for documents related to the administration's security-clearance processes, following reports that President Trump ordered his former chief of staff to grant his son-in-law a top-secret security clearance.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

U.S. Stocks Unchanged on Economic Data
U.S. stocks rebounded Friday, propelled by a rise in energy shares as investors analyzed a batch of new economic data and waited for signs on U.S.-China trade talks.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

Fed's Bostic: Inflation to Pick Up
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said Friday that wage growth appears to be picking up, and he expects inflation to follow suit later this year.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

Left Behind in a Nationwide Jobs Recovery: Charleston, W.Va.
West Virginia's dependence on increasingly out-of-favor coal has left a workforce that is ill-equipped to attract advanced jobs in technology and manufacturing that are key to prospering in today's economy.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

Russia Firms Up Support for Venezuela's Crisis-Hit Government
Moscow pledged much-needed international support for Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's embattled government while the U.S. announced a new round of sanctions, as a bitter standoff intensifies.

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

Why Kiki Smith Doesn't Identify as a Feminist Artist
Ahead of her new show at Pace Gallery, Smith talked to WSJ. about her favorite drafting tool and her greatest superstition

WSJ Europe
Mar 01, 2019

Following the Tourist Trail to Macau Looks Like the Best Bet
Gambling revenue growth has stalled in the semiautonomous Chinese city, but casinos more geared to the mass market could still do well.

WSJ Europe
Feb 28, 2019

Jobless Claims Rose in Mid-February
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits increased last week.

WSJ Europe
Feb 28, 2019

Chinese Banks Will Rise or Fall With the Property Market
Beijing wants to change China's mix of lending to businesses. Property prices, though, will remain the key driver for shares of the country's banks.

WSJ Europe
Feb 26, 2019

U.K.'s May Paves Way for Brexit Delay
Prime Minister Theresa May will allow parliament to vote on delaying the U.K.'s exit from the EU if lawmakers reject her divorce agreement, greatly reducing the possibility of an exit without a deal.

WSJ Europe
Feb 26, 2019

Holding Its Tongue on Democracy, EU Presses Arab Leaders to Stem Migration
European Union officials used a first-of-its-kind summit in Egypt this week to press Arab leaders to impose stability and stem migration but played down calls for democracy, reflecting a desire for calm after years of border tumult.

WSJ Europe
Feb 26, 2019

Pound Rally Breaks Investors' Brexit Boredom
With weeks to go until Britain is officially scheduled to leave the European Union, politics has finally—slightly—jolted investors out of a prevailing mood of Brexit boredom.

WSJ Europe
Feb 26, 2019

Cardinal George Pell Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Choirboys
The most senior Vatican official to ever stand trial on child sex-abuse charges was found guilty of assaulting two choirboys at a church in his former diocese.

WSJ Europe
Feb 25, 2019

U.K. Labour Party Would Back Second Brexit Referendum
The U.K.'s main opposition Labour Party said it would support holding a second Brexit referendum, a policy shift that breathes some life into the prospect of Britons voting again on whether the U.K. should leave the EU.

WSJ Europe
Feb 25, 2019

French Support for Yellow Vests Cools
The French public has begun to turn against the yellow vest movement, with a new poll for the first time showing majority supporting an end to the protests. The shift in sentiment offers a sign of relief for President Macron.

WSJ Europe
Feb 25, 2019

Russia Names Potential U.S. Targets of Nuclear Retaliation
A top Russian state television broadcaster held out the possibility of a nuclear exchange with the U.S., boasting that the Kremlin could retaliate with strikes on the Pentagon and Camp David.

WSJ Europe
Feb 24, 2019

Pope's Abuse Stance Leaves Some Disappointed
Pope Francis strongly condemned sexual abuse but offered no specific solutions, disappointing clergy and laypeople who had hoped for a breakthrough at an unprecedented global summit to address the crisis in the Catholic Church.

WSJ Europe
Feb 24, 2019

British Split Over Brexit Forms Deep Political Fissures
Pro-Brexit activists are mobilizing across Britain to ensure the country leaves the European Union as scheduled on March 29 amid competing efforts to push a new referendum, forcing a once-in-a-generation shift in British politics.

WSJ Europe
Feb 23, 2019

After Confronting Macron, France's Yellow Vest Movement Turns on Itself
The protest movement is bitterly divided over whether to coalesce into a formal organization or keep its antiestablishment roots, as it presses President Macron for change

WSJ Europe
Feb 22, 2019

Bankers Don't Flee London, Despite Exodus Predictions
A month before the U.K. is set to leave the European Union, a long-feared exodus of financiers from London hasn't yet materialized.

WSJ Europe
Feb 20, 2019

May's Grip on Power Weakens as Lawmakers Quit Over Brexit
Three lawmakers quit British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party over Brexit, a move that further adds to the precariousness of her grip on power and underlines how the decision to leave the European Union is reshaping British politics.

WSJ Europe
Feb 15, 2019

Vatican Envoy to France Is Investigated for Sexual Assault Charge
French authorities placed the Vatican's envoy to France under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting a local Paris official last month, the latest in a string of embarrassing episodes involving Holy See diplomats.

WSJ Europe
Feb 15, 2019

EU's Trade Surplus With U.S., a Bone of Contention for Trump, Hits Record
The European Union reported a record trade surplus with the U.S. last year, a development that could weigh on slow-moving U.S.-EU trade talks and comes as the Trump administration prepares to deliberate hefty tariffs on European car imports.

WSJ Europe
Feb 14, 2019

Sweden Recalls Ambassador to China in Twist in Bookseller's Detention
Sweden has recalled its ambassador to China and opened an internal investigation into her role in arranging a meeting where Chinese businessmen allegedly threatened the daughter of a detained Swedish bookseller, Sweden's Foreign Ministry said Thursday.

WSJ Europe
Feb 14, 2019

Trade Friction Stymies Growth in Germany and Japan
Japan and Germany avoided slipping into recession as 2018 drew to a close, but the world's third- and fourth-largest economies seem set for a year of weak growth amid uncertainty about global trade.

WSJ Europe
Feb 14, 2019

U.S. Rejects New European Dirty-Money Blacklist
The revised list, released Wednesday, results from efforts by the EU to tighten longstanding measures against money laundering and terrorism financing since the publication of the Panama Papers in 2016, which revealed how global elites avoided taxes or laundered money through offshore shell companies.

WSJ Europe
Feb 14, 2019

Prince Philip Won't Be Charged Over Car Crash
British prosecutors decided not to pursue charges against Prince Philip, the 97-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, after he was involved in a car crash near the royal estate in Sandringham last month.

WSJ Europe
Feb 13, 2019

European Union Agrees to New Copyright Law
The bill is aimed at reining in tech giants and throwing a lifeline to news publishers. It is expected to be formally approved by mid-April, after which EU governments will have two years to include it in their national laws.

WSJ Europe
Feb 13, 2019

As Brexit Deadline Nears, EU Loses Confidence in May
As the clock ticks down on the U.K.'s planned departure from the European Union, EU leaders are still waiting for a signal from British Prime Minister Theresa May on the next steps in negotiating a critical divorce deal.

WSJ Europe
Feb 13, 2019

Italy's Far-Right Firebrand Takes Aim at Europe
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, head of Italy's ruling League party, has tapped into Italian anger at the country's ineffectual political establishment. But a look at his decisions in power suggests he is more of a pragmatist than his rhetoric implies.

WSJ Europe
Feb 12, 2019

As Brexit Clock Ticks Down, May Plays for Time
With just over a month until the U.K. leaves the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May's efforts to garner support for a Brexit deal will go down to the wire.

WSJ Europe
Feb 12, 2019

Trial of Catalan Separatists Pushes Spain Closer to Snap Elections
The return of tensions over Catalan separatism is threatening to bring an early end to the government of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.

WSJ Europe
Feb 12, 2019

In Germany, a Cold War Deal to Host U.S. Nuclear Weapons Is in Question
Angela Merkel's ruling partners are reconsidering their support for a decadesold arrangement that puts Germany under the U.S. nuclear shield, a development that could further undermine the country's relationship with the U.S.

WSJ Europe
Feb 11, 2019

U.K. Posts Slowest Growth in Six Years Amid Brexit Worries
The U.K. economy experienced its weakest growth since 2012 last year as businesses slashed investment in the face of growing uncertainty about the way in which the country will leave the European Union.

WSJ Europe
Feb 11, 2019

Europe's Biggest Job Opening in Years: President of the ECB
Europe's faltering economy and fractious politics are complicating the region's biggest personnel question in years: Who will replace Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank?

WSJ Europe
Feb 10, 2019

Italy's Populist Government Takes Aim at Central Bank
Italy's populist government launched an unprecedented attack on the country's central bank over the weekend, saying its top brass should be replaced because it had failed to supervise effectively the country's troubled banking sector.

WSJ Europe
Feb 08, 2019

Italians Begin Demolishing Bridge at Center of Tragedy
Italy began demolishing the remains of a highway bridge in the northern city of Genoa whose collapse last year killed 43 and exposed the perilous state of the country's infrastructure.

WSJ Europe
Feb 08, 2019

Experiment With Guaranteed Income Creates Less Stress but No Jobs
A much-watched experiment in Finland failed to provide evidence that offering people a guaranteed income is the answer to some of the insecurities caused by potentially profound changes in the jobs market.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

France's Yellow-Vest Movement Ignore Calls to Debate
Thousands of protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for the 10th consecutive weekend of demonstrations, despite efforts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel yellow-vest anger through public debates over the next two months.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Google Fined $57 Million in Biggest Penalty Yet Under New European Law
Google was fined $57 million by a French regulator—the biggest penalty levied yet under a new European privacy law—alleging the search-engine giant didn't go far enough to get valid user consent to gather data for targeted advertising.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

After Brexit Defeat, May Offers Little New on Leaving EU
Theresa May told the House of Commons that she wants to go back to the European Union and again seek tweaks to the Brexit agreement she spent months negotiating with the EU. Last week that deal was rejected by a historic margin by British lawmakers.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Alpine Tunnel Splits Italy's Populists
A fight over a proposed high-speed railroad that includes a 35-mile tunnel under the Alps threatens to rupture the young government because of an uncomfortable fact: The two parties sharing power represent diametrically opposed electorates and ideologies.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Central Banks Struggle With Policy Settings
The eurozone's economic slowdown has taken European Central Bank officials by surprise, potentially disrupting their plans to lift short-term interest rates this year.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Despite Wins, EU Frets Over Rule-of-Law Fight
Euroskeptic governments for several years have bloodied the European Union's nose by flouting its authority. Brussels has recently scored some points, though officials increasingly concede that only a change in public attitudes in the bloc's east can really prompt governments to shift course.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Investors' Best Option: Keep Faith in U.S. Stocks
European and emerging markets are too dependent on the choices of a handful of Chinese officials.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Trump, Key European Leaders Skip Davos Amid Turmoil at Home
President Trump's decision to stay in Washington to deal with the partial government shutdown has changed the script for this week's annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Under U.S. Pressure, Germany Bans Iranian Airline
Germany's government banned an Iranian airline from operating in the country following U.S. allegations that its aircraft transported weapons and fighters to war-torn Syria. U.S. officials say the move against Mahan Air is the result of longstanding pressure from the Trump administration.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Theresa May's Brexit Deal Hangs in Balance Ahead of Crucial Vote
The British Parliament looks set to reject a proposed Brexit deal by a huge margin, a defeat that will likely trigger a no-confidence vote in British Prime Minister Theresa May's government and force yet another round of frenetic negotiations with her European counterparts.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

U.K. Parliament Roundly Rejects May's Brexit Plan
The outcome prompted the head of the opposition to call for a vote on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership, as uncertainty deepens around the U.K.'s exit from the EU in just over two months.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

U.K. Parliament's Rejection of Brexit Deal Puts European Union in a Bind
The British Parliament's overwhelming rejection of the Brexit agreement reopens a tortuous debate that EU governments had hoped to avoid, over what fresh concessions, if any, to offer U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May without shattering the bloc's unity.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Germany's Sharp Slowdown Fans Fears That China Woes Are Spreading
The economic outlook for Europe and the world darkened after growth in Germany slowed sharply last year, hit by weaker exports to China and softer demand at home.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Macron Tries to Channel Yellow-Vest Anger Into 'Great Debate'
The government of Emmanuel Macron kicked off a "great national debate" intended to channel the anger of the "yellow-vest" protest movement and shield the French president's pro-business agenda.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Polish Ex-Security Official Charged With Spying for China
A former senior Polish intelligence official, arrested with a Huawei Technologies employee last week, has been charged with spying for China while he worked in government with top-level access to Polish and allied intelligence.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

Berlusconi Is Back for One More Try
The octogenarian Italian businessman turned politician said he will run in the European Union parliamentary election. Mr. Berlusconi's pitch to Italians included a call to throw out the country's populist government and defend Europe's Christian roots.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

EU Explores Ways to Counter China's State-Backed Capitalism
Concerns about China's state-backed capitalism are prompting the European Union to reassess its competition rules with an eye to allowing large mergers or a more muscular response to foreign competitors.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

EU Nations Set to Snub Washington's Latest Anti-Iran Push
Fresh U.S. efforts to enlist Europe in its pressure campaign against Iran faced a setback after officials said ministers from several European Union countries will likely skip a summit organized by Washington on Iran and the Middle East.

WSJ Europe
Feb 06, 2019

EU's Focus for U.S. Trade Talks Risks Trans-Atlantic Clash
The European Union made its opening bid in trade talks with the U.S., outlining a narrow goal of slashing tariffs on industrial goods, including motor vehicles, that sets the bloc on a collision course with Washington's broader agenda.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

U.K. Stocks Lack Backstop as Brexit Deadline Approaches
U.K. stocks have become some of the most shunned assets in the world. One big reason: Investors have lost faith that a weaker pound will lift shares if Brexit takes a turn for the worse.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

Upscale London Home Sales Hit New Low During Brexit Disarray
The growing uncertainty surrounding the U.K.'s exit from Europe is hobbling the prime property market in central London as home buyers wrestle with ongoing political uncertainty.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

Europe's Economy Starts 2019 With a Whimper
Europe's flagging economy got off to a weak start in 2019, as Italy showed few signs of emerging from recession and the uncertainty around Britain's exit from the European Union dragged on U.K. growth.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

As U.S. and China Draw Up Trade Barriers, Germany Fights Back
Germany said it would step up efforts to shield important industries from foreign takeovers and competition, as it seeks to counter what it called growing protectionism in the U.S. and China.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

U.K. Moves to Ease Import Regulation in Case of No-Deal Brexit
British businesses trading with the European Union can apply for a special status allowing them to circumvent some of the hurdles that a disruptive departure from the bloc could create, the U.K.'s tax authority said Monday.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

U.S. Military Finds a Warm Welcome in Once-Wary Greece
Much of Greek society has long been suspicious of U.S. power as a result of Washington's support for Greece's 1967-74 military dictatorship. Yet Greece's current government is cultivating the military ties.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

U.K. Parliament's Vote on Brexit Deal Explained
British lawmakers are set to vote this week on the terms of the divorce deal that Prime Minister Theresa May has spent two years hammering out with the European Union following the 2016 referendum vote to leave the bloc.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

Draghi Says Eurozone Economy Weaker Than Expected
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bloc's economy was weakening unexpectedly amid rising headwinds originating outside the currency union, including an economic slowdown in China.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

OECD Sees Further Slowdown in Global Economy This Year
The U.S. and many other large economies are set for a further slowdown this year, although there are signs of stabilization in China, according to leading indicators released by the OECD.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

Russia Warns U.S. Moves Threaten 2011 Nuclear Pact
Russia has stepped up criticism of U.S. efforts to implement a major arms treaty with an unusual message to lawmakers accusing Washington of undermining the New Start deal. The dispute comes as a separate arms treaty between the two sides is on the verge of collapse.

WSJ Europe
Feb 05, 2019

May's Brexit Deal Faces Likely Defeat as Deadline Nears
British Prime Minister Theresa May likely faces a defeat in a vote Tuesday on her plan to leave the EU, setting the stage for further political turmoil that will test the U.K.'s historically stable political institutions.

WSJ Europe
Feb 04, 2019

Poland Urges NATO Allies to Coordinate Against China Cybersecurity Challenges
Poland is joining the U.S. in pressing its NATO allies to coordinate efforts to address security challenges from China after the arrest of two men on charges of spying for Beijing.

WSJ Europe
Feb 04, 2019

Polish Politician Dies After Stabbing, Sparking Uproar
The popular mayor of a major Polish city died after being stabbed during a public address, sparking an uproar in a country torn by political tensions between the conservative government and liberal opposition.

WSJ Europe
Feb 04, 2019

Britons Most at Risk in a Messy Split From EU Are Least Worried
Ahead of vital Brexit vote on Tuesday, many residents of U.K. manufacturing hubs closely linked to the bloc say they value their sovereignty above the economy.

WSJ Europe
Feb 04, 2019

U.S., EU Set Conflicting Goals for Looming Trade Talks
The U.S. and European Union are staking out sharply different goals for coming trade negotiations, raising the prospect for renewed trans-Atlantic commercial tensions.

WSJ Europe
Feb 04, 2019

Spy Charges Put Huawei's European Ambitions in Jeopardy
Polish officials are debating how to defuse any potential security threats related to Huawei after the bombshell arrest of an employee.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Greece Edges Toward Political Uncertainty Over Macedonia Deal
Greece's unlikely governing coalition of left-wing and right-wing populists was thrown into disarray after the defense minister resigned, a move that added uncertainty to resolving the name-change deal with Macedonia.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

French Antigovernment Protesters March for Ninth Straight Weekend
For the ninth consecutive Saturday, thousands of protesters clad in yellow reflective vests gathered in French cities in what is becoming a weekly test of the momentum of their antigovernment movement.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Name Change to 'North Macedonia' Approved by Macedonian Parliament
Macedonia ratified a U.S.-backed deal with Greece to change its name to "North Macedonia," opening up a path to membership in NATO and the EU.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Snowbound Europe Struggles to Dig Out After Deadly Storms
Alpine countries across Europe are battling record snowfalls that have claimed the lives of over a dozen people and severed road and air access to entire communities.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Huawei Executive Is Charged With Espionage in Poland
Polish authorities detained and charged a local sales director of Huawei, a Chinese national, with conducting high-level espionage on behalf of China, amid widening global scrutiny of the technology giant.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Huawei Fires Executive Charged in Poland With Espionage
Chinese telecom company Huawei fired a sales director who was arrested in Poland on espionage charges, saying he brought it "into disrepute."

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Iran Confirms Arrest of U.S. Navy Veteran
Iran said it has arrested a U.S. Navy veteran on charges it didn't disclose, a move that threatens to further strain relations between Washington and Tehran after the Trump administration reimposed sanctions last year on the Islamic Republic.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Kidnapping of Norwegian Multimillionaire's Spouse Revealed
The wife of a Norwegian multimillionaire real-estate tycoon was abducted more than two months ago, police said, gripping public attention in the rich Nordic country.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Jihadists Behind Bars Pose New Risks for Europe
A terrorism trial starting in Brussels on Thursday highlights the difficulties Europe's courts and prisons face containing the spread of jihadist ideology behind bars.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Saudi Arabia Sells More Than $7 Billion in Bonds
Saudi Arabia priced a large international bond deal, drawing support from a roster of Western banks in the kingdom's first debt sale since the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Pompeo Courts Arab Support Against Iran While Touting U.S.'s Mideast Role
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo used a speech in Cairo to rally the Arab world against Iran, casting the Islamic Republic as the Trump administration's top concern in the region at a pivotal moment in U.S.-Mideast relations.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown to Advise Private-Equity Firm
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is following the well-trodden path from politics to private equity. He will advise Switzerland's Partners Group on so-called impact investments.

WSJ Europe
Feb 03, 2019

Surprise Winner Declared in Congo Presidential Election
The Democratic Republic of Congo's electoral commission declared opposition leader Félix Tshisekedi as the winner of the December presidential election, a stunning announcement that contradicts an unofficial tally by the largest observer mission.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

French Government Proposes Tighter Anti-Rioting Laws
The French government will take new measures to deter violence against police and damage to property as it seeks to corral the ‘yellow vest' movement, Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said on Monday.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

Gun Use Surges in Europe, Where Firearms Are Rare
Gun ownership is rising across Europe, a continent that until recently faced far less gun crime and violence than much of the globe, driven in part by insecurity arising from terrorist attacks.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

Germany Shows Symptoms of Deeper Economic Pain
Fresh signs of a weakening German economy are raising fears that last year's slowdown could spill into 2019, deepening the challenges facing policy makers.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

Erdogan Rebuffs U.S. Call to Protect Kurds
President Trump's plans for a rapid withdrawal of American troops from Syria were thrown into disarray when Turkey's president rejected a request to protect U.S. allies fighting in the region, and instead threatened military strikes against them.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

Departures Resume From London Heathrow Following Drone Sighting
Heathrow Airport, one of the world's busiest aviation hubs, temporarily halted departing flights late Tuesday after a nearby drone sighting, the second shuttering of a London airport due to drones in less than three weeks.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

As Unemployment Shrinks in Europe, Big Disparities Linger
The eurozone's unemployment rate fell to its lowest rate in more than a decade, a sign that the economic slowdown is unlikely to turn quickly into a recession, but rates in Southern Europe remain high.

WSJ Europe
Feb 02, 2019

Britain Targets Drone Misuse After Airport Disruptions
The British government plans to bolster counterdrone efforts and expand police enforcement against the misuse of unmanned aircraft after such devices caused massive disruptions at one of the country's largest airports.

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