Bracelets and necklaces due to be seen on red carpet are swiped from hotel room in 'Bling Ring' raid
Staging of Tannhauser set in concentration camp cancelled after graphic scenes stun audience
It used to be the British disease but more Europeans are questioning the EU
French police place photographer and publisher under investigation over suspected breaches of privacy
It's significant that the PM and his family are spending the weekend 'chez Merkel', say analysts
Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year
A jolly, stout, aristocratic Spaniard is sticking up for Kim Jong-un's regime in the West
From our man in Cyprus with the holiday home and the increasingly worthless euros
Paris academic argues glum compatriots can only find happiness across Channel
Appeal decision to acquit young Seattle woman and her Italian boyfriend was 'full of holes', court agrees
Eurozone finance minister head forced to say Cyprus is a 'special case'
Russians and wealthy Cypriots angry over last-minute deal that raids holdings worth more than €100,000
Ex-President 'in state of incomprehension' at court's decision – but he faces up to three years' jail if guilty
Christine Lagarde's appointment was meant to bring a fragrant new era post-DSK. What went wrong?
Prime Minister of Luxembourg is accused of scaremongering for political purposes
The Welsh-born Princess, who has died at the age of 97, lived a life centred on her beloved Prince Bertil