Evacuated Spanish priest first European to die of Ebola

An elderly Spanish priest became the first European to die from Ebola today, succumbing to the virus in a Madrid hospital five days after being evacuated from Liberia.

Airlines to push for independent guidance on airspace safety after Ukraine crash

Global airlines will push to get "neutral information" on whether to use or avoid airspace over conflict zones at Tuesday`s meeting of the U.N. aviation agency and other airline bodies, a European-based airline industry source said.

EU ministers clear Albania to apply for membership

EU European affairs ministers cleared the way Tuesday for Albania to apply for membership to the 28-nation bloc, a process requiring major reforms by Tirana and likely to take many years.

Second European team missing in east Ukraine

A second team of European monitors was reported missing in restive eastern Ukraine on Friday despite army claims it had regained control over much of the separatist rust belt.

Never again `Berlin Wall` in Europe: Ukraine Prime Minister

Ukraine`s Prime Minister on Wednesday said that Europe would never again have a "Berlin Wall" and that his country wanted to become European, ahead of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

European election: And the winner is ... Angela Merkel

Largely untouched by the eurosceptic wave sweeping the continent, Germany`s Angela Merkel looks set to emerge the biggest winner of Sunday`s European elections.

UN welcomes release of European observers in Ukraine

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Saturday welcomed the release of European military inspectors and accompanying Ukrainian military officers abducted a week ago in the crisis-torn eastern part of the country.

Obama calls European leaders over Ukraine crisis

President Barack Obama held telephone talks with key European allies on Saturday amid warnings of "new measures" against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine.

UN warns of asylum-seeker mistreatment in Bulgaria

European countries must stop returning asylum seekers to Bulgaria due to risks of "degrading" mistreatment there, the UN refugee agency said Friday, as Sofia struggles with an influx from war-torn Syria.

As ties warm, EU parliament delegation visits Iran

A European Parliament delegation has arrived in Iran, the first visit to Tehran by the EU`s legislative institution in more than six years.

‘Turkey deported 1,100 European jihadists’

Turkey deported 1,100 European citizens who came to Turkey to join Al Qaeda-linked groups fighting in Syria to their home countries, a Turkish daily reported Sunday.

US lawmakers to visit European officials on surveillance

Lawmakers will launch a "goodwill" mission to Europe next week to smooth ties frayed by revelations of American espionage on Europeans allegedly including German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

‘European fighters joining Afghan Taliban`

European fighters are joining the Taliban in Afghanistan to avenge the death of former al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, a media report said Sunday.

Indian to co-curate a show at Biennale

Shwetal is co-curating a crucial inaugural exhibition at the 54th Venice Biennale.

Jaitapur: European misleading locals against N-plant: Chavan

Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj on Sunday said "a European man" was involved Chavanin a false propaganda against the upcoming Jaitapur nuclear power project in the coastal Ratnagiri district.

European privacy battle looms for Facebook, Google

European regulators are investigating whether the practice of posting photos, videos and other information about people on sites such as Facebook without their consent is a breach of privacy laws.

European hit squad suspect in Hamas man`s killing

An 11-member hit squad carrying European passports is suspected to have been involved in the killing of senior Hamas commander Mahmoud Al Mabhouh, who was found dead in a hotel here last month.

European stocks, euro slip on Austria bank worries

European stocks and fell Tuesday and the euro slid to a two and a half month low against the dollar on worries about the Greek government`s debts and the financial health of Austria`s banks.

European envoys meet Kandhamal riot victims

Though there was no threat
to their lives now, victims of riots that took place in
Kandhamal today told envoys of five European countries they
were yet to be re-settled even a year after the violence.

Russia launches two European satellites

A carrier rocket with two European satellites has been successfully launched from the Plesetsk space centre in northwest Russia, a spokesman for the Russian Space Forces said Monday.