15 December 2014
History came back to haunt Europe in 2014, not least with Russia's intervention in Ukraine, the BBC's Europe editor Gavin Hewitt writes.
EU leaders are to consider ways to unlock billions of euros of investment and policy on Russia, at a Brussels summit.
A European Union court annuls the bloc’s decision to keep Hamas on a list of terrorist groups, but temporarily maintains a funding freeze.
The German government approves plans for a controversial road toll, including charging foreigners for using the Autobahn.
Greece on knife-edge over presidential vote
The ordinary Russians fighting a 'holy war' in Ukraine
Can Russia avoid economic disaster as rouble plunges?
Bleak predictions in Russian media as currency plunges
Turkey's Erdogan in battle with 'parallel state'
Return to political turmoil looms ahead of presidential vote
Will Juncker's new EU fund lure investors?
European Parliament backs Palestinian bid for statehood
Did pilots have the most dangerous job in WW1?
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