Cartoon of Erdogan in French Satirical Magazine Sparks Turkish Fury

A front-page cartoon in the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo which mocks President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sparked furious reactions from Turkish officials on Tuesday. "We...

Scotland, Wales Add Greece to Quarantine Travel List; England Resists

England is continuing to allow travelers to arrive from Greece without quarantining despite Scotland and Wales acting with an abundance of caution over concerns...

Turkey Claims to Have Discovered Enormous Natural Gas Deposit in Black Sea

According to a new report by Reuters, Turkish President Erdogan claimed on Friday that his country's experts have discovered the largest gas deposit that...

EU Commission, German Firm to Provide 225 Million Doses of Coronavirus Vaccine

  In the second major announcement on Thursday regarding the availability of a coronavirus vaccine in Europe, the European Commission and the German firm CureVac...

EU Posts Large Trade Surplus as Imports Drop in 2020

The Eurozone's trade surplus posted record numbers in June, swelling to 21.2 billion euros ($25 million) as the bloc experienced a corresponding record decline...

World’s Largest Shipping Conglomerate Reports Robust Business in 2020

The CEO of the world's largest shipping company, Moeller-Maersk A/S, spoke to reporters at a press conference on Wednesday at the company's headquarters on...

Cruise Ship Visits May Have Caused Coronavirus Infections Along Norwegian Coast

The cruise ship Roald Amundsen, belonging to Norwegian Cruise Lines, may have inadvertently occasioned the spreading of the coronavirus along the coast of Norway...

Europe Reeling as Tourism Continues Precipitous Decline in Summer 2021

Tourism in Europe, which accounts for almost half of all tourism worldwide, is continuing to take an enormous blow this Summer as it reels...

European Tourism Gets off to Rocky Start in Summer of 2020

  Tourism in this unsettling Summer of 2020 is experiencing some rocky patches just a month or so after most European countries opened their gates...

Croatia and Bulgaria Enter Process to Convert to Euro

The Balkan states of Croatia and Bulgaria have entered the European Central Bank's program for nations which would like to adopt the euro as...