Grozny warlord reminds Moscow who’s boss

There are signs that Ramzan Kadyrov has become a threat to Russia

Anger over Greek plans to release terrorist

Families of N17 victims criticise prison reforms

‘Eurocrats’ command the world’s respect

Why, when the EU is so bad at so much, has it hit upon a competition policy that works?

Russian bikers denied entry to Poland

Bikers wanted to mark capture of Nazi Berlin

National interests frustrate migrant aims

The urgency of the calamity at sea has foundered on dry land

Screengrabs of three Facebook pages which offer advice and prices of transportation for migrants seeking to make the dangerous crossing to Europe

Human traffickers advertise on Facebook

Smugglers promise reliable and comfortable journey

Voyage to Europe is only half the ordeal

Next stage of the journey brings further challenges

Cameron slams Miliband on migrant remarks

PM says words raise doubts over Miliband’s suitability for office

German MPs condemn Armenia ‘genocide’

Officials try to restrain rhetoric for fear of angering Turkey

EU ire at Greece boils over

Finance ministers accuse Athens of backtracking on commitments

Parties blame HSBC move on tax, EU fears

Tory and Labour politicians in war of words over bank HQ review

The macabre market in migration

Most arriving migrants in 2014 were from Syria, Eritrea and Mali

Elio Toaff, spiritual leader, 1915-2015

The former chief rabbi of Rome who pursued the cause of reconciliation between Catholics and Jews

EU and US aim for May in derivatives deal

Regulators negotiating two-year dispute over clearing house rules hope to settle in coming weeks

The IMF's big stick

The fund has whip hand over Europeans in Athens stand-off

Pugachev fined $1.5bn over bankruptcy

Former Putin associate says Mezhprombank decision is illegal

Journalist charged for ‘LuxLeaks’ role

Edouard Perrin was indicted over tax avoidance furore

European groups have no forex excuse

Scant evidence that the cheap euro will see a jump in profits

ECB adjusts to life amid the protests

Once shielded from publicity, central bankers now make momentous decisions under close scrutiny

The EU makes a mess of bioengineered food

Brussels’ plan for GMO opt-out damages transatlantic trade talks

EU increases funds for refugee operation

UK and Germany make policy U-turn amid public outcry over migrant deaths

The internet cannot be without laws

Police are sometimes wrongly seen as agents of digital repression

US fears European sequel to Lehman

Policy makers worry eurozone officials are too optimistic about dealing with a potential Grexit

Tripoli rejects military action

Self-declared authority insists Europe recognise it as a precondition for any military response

Russia and US trade claims over Ukraine

Tensions rise after reports of separatist moves on export hub