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François Hollande says EU growth is vital

An unhappy first anniversary for François Hollande as France hits the triple-dip

President says economic situation in France is ‘serious’ and eurozone provides little comfort

Euro woes loiter three years on from bailout

There's still money to be made from euro stocks, but investors remain wary of prospects.

Angela Merkel

Postcard from... Berlin

Beate Zschäpe, the suspected neo-Nazi ringleader, with Uwe Boehnhardt, a co-founder of their terrorist organisation

Neo-Nazi Nuremberg: Germany forced to confront its dark side

The long-awaited appearance in court of a far-right group accused of murdering immigrants has revived awkward questions for the country

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault warns government against using English language

Ayrault asks his ministers to stop using English words in their work

Enrico Letta has said his coalition will ease up on austerity in order to drag the pivotal eurozone economy out of its downward spiral

'Italy is dying from austerity alone': Italy’s Prime Minister Enrico Letta wins confidence vote for new government

Premier Enrico Letta said his coalition will ease up on austerity in order to drag the pivotal eurozone economy out of its downward spiral of recession and job losses. In his first speech to parliament as Prime Minister on Monday, Mr Letta said: “Italy is dying from austerity alone. Growth policies cannot wait.”

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her husband Joachim Sauer (R) welcome Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha (L) at the government’s guest house Schloss Meseberg

David Cameron brings the kids – but he's the black sheep in Angela Merkel's EU family

German Chancellor goes all out on the hospitality front to keep Britain sweet

Andy McSmith's Diary: A shocking glimpse of what it took to win peace

Today being the 15th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement which brought peace to Northern Ireland, it seems as good excuse to revive anecdotes about the slightly made Secretary of State, Mo Mowlam, who did so much to make it possible while slowly dying of a malignant brain tumour.

Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin is accosted by a topless protester

Putin laughs off topless protest by women's rights group Femen

Russian President Vladimir Putin laughed off a protest against him by topless women in Germany on Monday, joking that he liked what he had seen while sharply rebuffing German criticism of his human rights record.

David Cameron has promised to stage an in-out referendum by the end of 2017 if the Tories win the next election

David Cameron warns support for EU is 'wafer-thin'

Support within Britain for membership of the European Union has become “wafer-thin”, David Cameron warned the leaders of France and Germany before talks this week in Paris and Berlin.

Hamish McRae: German bailout patience wears thin

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Bomb found in Enniskillen was 'headed for Northern Ireland police station'

A car bomb found in County Fermanagh was destined for a police station, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has said.

Jim Armitage: Need to keep Germany sweet pulls the plug on Russia's Cyprus rescue

Global Outlook: Mr Putin knows that the wealthy Russians likely to lose money are not the most popular

Cyprus government proposes change to let small savers escape tax on bank deposits as parliament looks ready to reject bailout package in key vote and risk default

People with less than €20,000 in the bank would not have to forfeit any savings under new proposals

Syrian refugees demonstrating last month at the Zaatari refugee camp, near the border with Syria, calling for the international community to arm the rebel Free Syrian Army

Britain and France stand alone in wanting to arm Syrian rebels

EU fears that lifting weapons embargo will spark an arms race with Russia and Iran

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