Libya: Our reporters follow the journey of those risking their lives to reach Europe
Libya: Our reporters follow the journey of those risking their lives to reach Europe.
Travelers await Thomas Cook rescue talks
Thomas Cook, Europe's London-based travel concern, hung by a thread Sunday as it sought further investment funds while 600,000 holidaymakers worried. If stranded, the British government says it has plans "in place."
Why isn't Germany taking over the moon?
By and large, "Made in Germany" is not the driving force behind companies in Europe's powerhouse preparing to go to space. The country spends millions on the industry but not nearly enough, say critics.
US set to slap tariffs on EU following WTO Airbus ruling
Aircraft and agricultural items from Europe will be subject to US tariffs in the latest round of a long legal fight. The move sets the stage for tit-for-tat trade escalation between the United States and European Union.
Norway's Fund targets $100 Billion in U.S. stocks
Norway's wealth fund is eyeing a shift away from Europe in a move that could boost its U.S. stock investments by as much as $100 billion. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland and Bloomberg's Sonali Basak have the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." Sutherland's opinions are her own."
Secrets of 'Pan-European Picnic' still shrouded in mystery 30 years later
A picnic in a meadow on the Hungarian-Austrian border: That was the plan. But the symbolic event, a show of support for a united Europe, enabled the first exodus from behind the Iron Curtain. Unintentionally — or not?
Nigerian women struggle to raise children born of Libya rape
Joy is one of the over 14,000 Nigerians who have flown back on chartered planes from Libya under a scheme run by the International Organization for Migration since 2017. Around a third of these are women. Some travel back home with children born as the result of rape during their time trying to reach Europe.