Scientists found that most Europeans had common ancestors living just 1,000 years ago.
The European Union plans to restrict the use of three pesticides to better protect dwindling bee populations.
World finance leaders issued a sombre assessment on Saturday of the global economy, saying the recovery remains uneven with growth and jobs in short supply.
The European car industry has fallen victim to the region's widening recession and soaring unemployment.
Luxembourg is to start exchanging information with the rest of Europe to help fight tax evasion.
A sudden dump of oddly late snowfall on Western Europe has closed roads
Hundreds of flights were cancelled in Britain, France and Germany as snow and ice blanketed Western Europe.
Six years ago the world was fascinated by a story which read like a script to a movie thriller.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has reportedly ruffled a few feathers as EU budget talks get underway in Brussels.
Britain's Foreign Secretary has blamed Hamas for the escalation in violence from the Gaza strip.
The worst of Europe's financial crisis appears to be over.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is concerned there's a witch-hunt against gay people in Britain because of child abuse allegations online.
China's premier told a summit of Asian and European leaders Monday that major economic institutions need a clear and reliable plan.
Unemployment in Europe is at an all-time high with 18.5 million people out of work according to the latest count.
The European wine harvest has a global impact since it accounts for some 62 percent of the worldwide wine production.
It's an historic day for Scotland as an agreement has been signed to allow the people of Scotland to decide whether they should become an independent country.
The euro rose to four-month high against the dollar Tuesday as traders wait to see if the Federal Reserve will announce additional steps to help the US economy later this week.
The European Central Bank has unveiled its most ambitious plan yet to halt Europe's financial crisis with a pledge to buy unlimited government bonds.
The United States is to question another seven banks for alleged manipulation of Libor, the interest rate they use to lend money to each other.
Official figures show Europe is edging closer to recession, dragged down by the crippling debt problems of the 17 countries that use the euro.
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