On December 5 last year, the Ob River, an 288-metre LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) tanker with a capacity of 84,682 deadweight …
Giorgos Katidis, who plays for AEK Athens, made the gesture after scoring his side’s winning goal against Veria in the Greek Super League on Saturday.
Despite positive growth in France and Germany, official figures show the 17-nation euro bloc sinking into its second recession since 2009—with experts warning the worst is yet to come.
From Portugal to Greece, activists and workers furious with the new conditions of austerity governments are imposing on their societies took to the streets in what was dubbed the continent’s first ever united General Strike.
France smarts at German comments despairing French economic response to the euro crisis, and media reports contending Berlin is preparing a To-Do reform list for sluggish leaders in Paris.
The seasons of discontent roll on in Southern Europe, as protesters in debt-ridden Spain, Greece, Italy and Portugal have taken to the streets in reaction to the continuing economic crisis paralyzing their societies
On deck for Friday: Greece’s unemployment rate hits a record high, forced evictions in China are sparking violence and deaths, and
The German Chancellor hasn’t given up on her austerity push, but she isn’t about to show Greece the E.U. door
On deck for Tuesday: Experts say sub-Saharan Africa could produce a lot more wheat to improve food security, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Greece and North Korea claims to have missiles capable of reaching the American mainland.
The Balkan Wars began on Oct. 8, 1912. 100 years later, TIME looks at images from one of the 20th century’s defining conflicts.
As many as 50,000 demonstrators took the the streets of Athens in an union-organized strike against austerity measures on Sept. 26, 2012. This is the first large-scale march since Greece’s coalition government was formed in June.
On deck for Wednesday: Three Vietnamese bloggers get sentenced to jail for speaking out on corruption, South Korea faces a debt crisis, and protests roil Europe
The fate of the euro will be repeatedly tested in coming weeks, as the European Central Bank, markets, legal experts and politicians all weigh in from opposing sides in the struggle to preserve the tormented common currency