A Belgian court ruled this week that by using Christian Louboutin's trademark red-soled shoes in its political ad, the Vlaams Belang party tarnished the designer's image.
The honest acts of a French hiker and Spanish shop owner are rare, according to results from a new experiment.
A Russian proposal to put Syria's chemical weapons stockpile under international control has revived international diplomacy on Syria.
The case of two British women charged with smuggling cocaine out of Peru could become a diplomatic row like a similar case between Mexico and France.
But the Monitor's Europe bureau chief finds that baguettes, like all things, should be taken in moderation.
Many Europeans are finding ways to 'get away' despite the eurocrisis – but their tactics span the spectrum.
Our Paris bureau chief takes her family to the city's famous artificial, temporary beach.
As the US turns to Asia, pressure is rising on the EU to police itself, North Africa, and the Mideast.