Commodities giant Glencore cut its copper and zinc production in the first quarter as it struggles to rein in the abundance of supply.
Air France-KLM said Wednesday it cut its losses in the first quarter of 2016 but passenger traffic to Paris was affected by terror attacks.
Belgium is to provide iodine pills to its entire population to protect it against radioactivity in case of a nuclear accident.
In a move which could lead to continental price wars and reduce Russian market domination, the first shipment of US natural gas to the European Union arrived.
Britons would be less well off if they voted to leave the European Union than if they stayed, the head of the OECD said on Wednesday.
A drone flying at more than 2,000 metres altitude came close to an Aer Lingus plane as it approached Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport.
US technology giants Google, Amazon, Apple, Intel and Microsoft have all come under the often costly scrutiny of European Union.
A Lithuanian national has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for spying on Moscow.
The head of US Steel has accused Britain and the wider European Union of negligence over China dumping cheep steel on world markets.
French lawmakers are looking to outlaw sex for money and impose fines of up to 3,500 euros on prostitutes' clients.
Wanting to stay British, Gibraltar and the Falkland Islands have accused Spain and Argentina of 'bullying'.
The number of adults estimated to be living with diabetes has nearly quadrupled over 35 years: the World Health Organization
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk intends to introduce a ban on oil product imports from Russia.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls said extreme forms of Islam were winning the propaganda war for hearts and minds.
A Panamanian shell company may have helped hide millions of dollars from the Brink's-Mat heist leaked tax documents allege.
Iran's defence minister is certain the UN Security Council will not take any action over its missile tests despite calls from the Western.
Hundreds of Hungarian teachers held a nationwide walkout in a growing revolt against the government's tight grip on education
Language guidelines that advise students to describe British explorer James Cook's arrival in Sydney as an "invasion" rather than a "settlement" were defended by an Australian university.
A hijacker seized an Egyptian airliner and diverted it to Cyprus, before releasing all the passengers except four foreigners and the crew.
The Brussels attacks have pushed security to the forefront of Britain's EU referendum campaign this week, as intelligence experts came out of the shadows to press the benefits and disadvantages of membership.
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