The number of migrants entering Europe is expected to rise to 3,000 a day over the next few months, with the favoured destination Germany.
Forget the Brics and the Asian Tigers – the beasts sitting on the largest hoards of treasure are to be found in eastern Europe, says Jonathan Compton.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is still likely to lead the next government, with one poll giving him an approval rating of 61%.
Snap elections have been scheduled for 20 September. What does this mean for Greece and the future of the single currency, asks Matthew Partridge.
The chaos in Ukraine has sunk the currency and rapidly rendered the country’s debt pile unsustainable.
Greece and its creditors, the IMF, the European Central Bank and the European Union, have agreed a draft €86bn, three-year bailout.
Thousands are trying to stowaway on lorries at Calais to seek refuge in the UK. But how big is this problem really? Simon Wilson reports.
If the migrant crisis is to be solved, the 28 members of the European Union are going to have to work together.
The Greek stockmarket, closed this the latest crisis, reopened this week and promptly plunged.
The Greek stockmarket reopened this week – and promptly slid 25%. But contrary to what you might think, Greek stocks could be a very good investment. Matthew Partridge explains why.
Hundreds of refugees have tried to storm the Eurotunnel Paris terminal this week, attempting to sneak onto buses and trains.