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What's making the Greek economy crisis even worse. We speak to the Prime Minister.
Afghanistan's future comes under scrutiny in London. But who's speaking for Afghan women?
A commission in France recommends banning the burqa in public buildings and on transport.
The British and Irish Prime Ministers fly to Belfast to try to solve a political crisis.
European markets and governments taken by surprise by Obama's announcement on banks.
Workers at Opel in Antwerp get confirmation that their factory will close this year.
European reaction to U.S. President Barack Obama's first year in office.
Controversial Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard gives an exclusive interview to the BBC.
News, comment and reaction from across Europe.
Our reporters are on the ground with striking stories from Haiti.
You will not be forsaken. President Obama's pledge to Haiti as aid begins arriving.
Disaster in Haiti as an earthquake flattens whole neighbourhoods. Europe mobilises aid.
No skeletons in the closet, but an Iraq war report discomforts the Dutch government.
Northern Ireland's first minister steps down to clear his name.
Northern Ireland's First Minister under pressure over his wife's financial dealings.
Gordon Brown faces a leadership challenge and we speak to Iceland's President.
Iceland's president refuses to sign a bill to repay money to the UK and the Netherlands.
As France closes its Yemen embassy - how can Europe prevent militancy thriving there?
The British PM Gordon Brown wants international talks to tackle Islamic militancy in Yemen