Greece is rolling out the red carpet for Chinese investors as a means of stabilizing its shaky economy.
Big technology companies like Apple and Google are feeling heat on both sides of the Atlantic over their use of Irish corporate-friendly tax policies to pay little, if any tax.
Russia's new tone of leadership on Syria is driven by momentum on the battlefield for Bashir al-Assad's forces.
Russian prosecutors say that the Levada Center must register as a 'foreign agent' – a term synonymous with 'spy' in Russian – because 3 percent of its budget comes from abroad.
Spanish police stopped two major hacking schemes in the country in recent months, raising alarm among experts about increasing activity in the country. Why is Spain a hacking hub?
Despite a new paper detailing flaws in the Rogoff-Reinhart study that has been used to argue in favor of austerity policies, Europe's austerity advocates are holding course.
New government reforms aim to reduce Spain's dropout rate. But they are opposed by green-shirted protesters from the education sector, known as the Green Tide.
A Spanish court ruling and investigations spurred by whistleblowers are aimed at scaring tax evaders and raising revenue. One watchdog's list could lead to some 300 billion euros in tax havens.
The A-list celebrity and star midfielder announced his retirement from soccer today, after a career playing for the top clubs in nations across Europe.
The relationship between France and Germany undergirds postwar Europe – and some worry the countries' increased sniping over economic woes is threatening the EU's foundation.
The British prime minister has been under fire for his plan to try to renegotiate Britain's role in the EU before putting it to a referendum. But Obama voiced support for the plan on Monday.
A young US diplomat at the embassy in Moscow was arrested by Russian authorities on allegations he was spying and seeking to induce a senior Russian official into betraying his country for cash.
Santiago Calatrava's flowing, modernist projects are tourist attractions all over the world. But several have also been subjects of legal dispute over their need for repairs.
Some scholars welcome the attention that 'The Da Vinci Code' author's latest novel will likely bring to famed Florentine poet Dante – but others warn that Mr. Brown's conspiracies come with a price.
The US and Israel argue the introduction of Russia's S-300 antiaircraft missile system could be a 'game changer' for the regime.
The discovery of hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots has left Sunday's already divisive electoral results even more uncertain – and likely compounded Bulgaria's ongoing problems.
France's finance minister said so this week, just the latest in a growing chorus calling for a change to Brussels' hardline adherence to budget cuts as the solution to Europe's debt crisis.
A minister has proposed empowering Dutch law enforcement to access and control the computers of suspected cybercriminals, even if those computers are outside of the Netherlands.
Madrid is campaigning to host the 2020 Olympic Games, but that plan may be jeopardized by a court ruling that levied only minor sentences against a doping ring whose conduct outraged Spain.
Tragedies in Bangladesh, including a deadly fire last night in Dhaka, have given new momentum to British campaigns to improve conditions at foreign factories that supply domestic retailers.