Two Britons and four UN members were among the 21 people killed in the restaurant attack
Athens plays centre stage to a worrying political development
The single currency is supposedly doomed, weighed down by the parlous state of the Greek economy and infighting between member states. So why on Earth would a Baltic state with a strong economy want to board this stricken ship?
Mohamad Chatah died in a car bomb that killed five others
President hints at U-turn but lack of time means closer ties with Russia cannot be ruled out
Heavily armed riot troops broke into the offices of a top Ukrainian opposition party office in Kiev tonight as anti-government protests crippled the capital for yet another day.
Valdis Dombrovski's resignation was accepted by the Latvian president today
China calls for 'de-Americanized world' not dependent on the dollar as a reserve currency
Economic View: Americans are paying for a government that is only about four-fifths the size of the present one
Speaker of the House, John Boehner, was asked to put a no strings attached deal on the table
But chief economist likens George Osborne’s deficit-cutting timetable to ‘playing with fire’
Mark Carney's flagship forward guidance policy was backed by the International Monetary Fund today as the Bank of England Governor marked 100 days at the helm in Threadneedle Street.
Greece’s academic year had barely got started when it ground to a halt on Monday, with school and university teachers beginning the first of a series of strikes by public sector employees to protest against new austerity measures.
Chancellor tells Labour it has ‘lost the argument’ and predicts Britain is ‘turning a corner’
A stereotype persists of the typical Treasury official – a gimlet-eyed guardian of the public purse, single minded in a relentless pursuit of candle ends to be saved. No one could have been less like that image than Sir Nicholas Monck, who has died at the age of 78. It is difficult to imagine a more rounded human being, with his extensive range of interests, causes and connections and an extraordinarily wide circle of friendships.
German Finance Minister says Athens will need further loan on top of €240 billion already obtained for 2010-2014