Spain has seen the worst slump, and is officially in a recession.
Murky connections among the country's post-communist oligarchy and government institutions underline the protesters' grievances.
A total of six persons and three entities have made the Union's first cyber-attack sanction list.
German Foreign Minister Maas has criticized Moscow for its role in the conflicts in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya.
Ireland has won the case while losing a payment of EUR 13 billion it would have otherwise gotten from Apple.
Macron engaged in a heated exchange with discontent demonstrators.
The reelected Polish President seems set to stay the course on his socially conservative platform.
The left-wing opposition has lost despite winning the country's ceremonial presidency last month.
Most non-essential travel inside the EU and Schengen Area will be allowed as of July 1, 2020.
There is no doubt that some Middle Eastern states have used the pandemic in order to suppress the opposition, the
France's Greens have seen a surge.