EU embassies flouting visa laws
Some European embassies have been violating the European Union law by collecting fees on Visa processes that should be free. The EU law stipulates that students who apply for the purpose of study should have their visa fees waived.
'Aquarius', refugees and 'Europe's soul'
As the controversy continues over Europe's divided response to the MS Aquarius, we take a look at comment in various European media about a major faultline in European politics: how to handle the refugee crisis and illegal immigration.
Iceland signs $250 Million deal to clean up Chinese power
A tiny north European island known best for icebergs, geysers and volcanoes is helping China fight pollution.
Internet giants face Europe's glare over extremist content
The leaders of some European countries hardest hit by recent militant attacks use this week's U.N. general assembly to corner representatives from the likes of Facebook and Google over efforts to combat extremism online.
US press features Macron win on front pages
US newspapers feature front page news of centrist Emmanuel Macron's election as president of France. Macron won warm backing from his European allies after his resounding victory, but the focus at home shifted to whether he can govern the country without a traditional party.
Singer Natalie Imbruglia goes back on tour
Singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia talks about her upcoming European acoustic tour, covers and new material.