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EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal

EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal

European Union leaders love-bombed Britain on Tuesday, holding the door open for it to change its mind about ending its four-decade membership of the bloc next year.

48 Malians drown in single day trying to reach Europe: government

48 Malians drown in single day trying to reach Europe: government

Flags flew at half-mast in Mali on Thursday as the government announced 48 of its citizens drowned in the Mediterranean on a single day over the weekend, all trying to reach Europe.

Concern as Spanish activist probed for saving drowning migrants

Concern as Spanish activist probed for saving drowning migrants

For years Helena Maleno made calls to the Spanish coastguards about migrant boats, potentially saving the lives of thousands of people attempting the treacherous crossing to Europe.

French minister urges more German investment in EU

French minister urges more German investment in EU

France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire on Wednesday urged Germany to plough more investments into major European projects and allow wages to rise, as part of Berlin's contribution to boosting growth in Europe.

Macron calls for Europe-China alliance on climate, Silk Road

Macron calls for Europe-China alliance on climate, Silk Road

French President Emmanuel Macron urged Europe on Monday to take part in China's Silk Road revival plan, despite some European misgivings about the massive project, as he began a state visit.

One dead, 15 injured in France as storms batter Western Europe

One dead, 15 injured in France as storms batter Western Europe

One person was killed and 15 were reported injured in France on Wednesday as the country took the brunt of storms that swept in from the Atlantic overnight, also hitting Ireland, Britain, Germany and the Netherlands.

Uber suffers new blow as EU court rules it's a taxi service

Uber suffers new blow as EU court rules it's a taxi service

The EU's top court ruled on Wednesday that Uber is an ordinary transportation company instead of an app and should be regulated as such, in a decision that will be closely watched around the world.

Airbus confirms shake-up of its top management

Airbus confirms shake-up of its top management

Airbus confirmed a top management shake-up on Friday, following weeks of turmoil at the European planemaker.

Uber Eats to offer couriers insurance in Europe

Uber Eats to offer couriers insurance in Europe

Uber's food-delivery business will begin offering an insurance package to its couriers in Europe, a move to address the conditions of "gig economy" workers.

EU summit set for new east-west clash over migrants

EU summit set for new east-west clash over migrants

EU leaders headed for a new east-west clash at a Brussels summit Thursday over how to deal with large numbers of migrants coming to Europe.

Truckmaker Scania appeals EU antitrust fine

Truckmaker Scania appeals EU antitrust fine

Swedish truckmaker Scania said Tuesday it had appealed against an 880 million euro ($1.03 billion) fine imposed by the European Commission for alleged price-fixing ...

Nasty weather wreaks havoc in Europe

Nasty weather wreaks havoc in Europe

High winds and heavy snow in Europe on Monday stranded thousands of travellers, kept schoolchildren at home and even played havoc with international diplomacy.