As more migrants drown in the Mediterranean and anti-immigrant sentiment on the continent continues to rise, what will Europe’s leaders do?
Over 1,500 migrants have died trying to reach Europe—and the numbers are only likely to increase unless the EU takes real action
After accusing Google of abusing its dominant position, the E.U. now has Gazprom in its sights
"We can’t deter people fleeing for their lives. They will come. The choice we have is how well we manage their arrival, and how humanely"
Spain has a chance to prove that European populism is a fleeting byproduct of the crisis
Only 28 passengers are believed to have survived the overnight capsizing
"The proportions of the phenomenon require much broader involvement"
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The search giant faces charges of anticompetitive behavior in Europe
European Union regulators will charge Google with anti-competitive behavior
It happens once every 18 years
“We will conquer Rome, by the will of Allah”
Despite its wealth of oil and gas, Russia isn’t the only source capable of meeting Europe’s needs
The fight against anti-Semitism in Europe is linked to the fight against Islamophobia
The U.S. has around 30,000 troops on the continent
Denmark's synagogue attack is the latest in a series across Europe
Driven out of his home by poison gas, Mohammed will take any risk to start a new life
Quantitative easing is a good start, but it won't fix the Continent's underlying wounds
'Carrie will no longer be an intelligence officer,' executive producer Alex Gansa revealed
That and eating raw eggs