Russia quits Ukraine gas dispute talks

Brussels and Kiev claim agreement still possible

Spanish recovery lays bare social crisis

Concern over the fate of Spain’s long-term unemployed

Nato jets intercept Russian aircraft

‘Significant military manoeuvres’ conducted in past 24 hours

German exports to Russia tumble

Mittelstand businesses rattled by EU restrictions

Eurozone lending conditions improve

ECB survey shows easing of terms on loans to companies

Putin tries to extend soft power to UK

Russian state-funded station vows to critique British politics

Telecoms groups hope for EU rules shift

Industry optimistic about the incoming European Commission

EU top-up bill row masks payments rise

Net UK contributions almost double to £8bn

Europe’s rudderless strategy on boat people

The plight of African refugees should not be ignored

European telecoms: hold the line please

High hopes for deals in markets where competition appears excessive

Largest economies must fix the eurozone

Only peer pressure, opprobrium and fear will shake leaders up, write Olli Rehn and Jean Arthuis

The furious but forgiving Spanish voters

A number of politicians have been hit by scandals but many are able to cling on to power

Nato urged to join fight against Ebola

Epidemic a threat to world peace, say two of the group’s former secretary-generals

Sturgeon calls for Scottish veto on Brexit

Cameron rejects block for UK constituent nations

Swedes lean towards Nato membership

Poll shows for the first time more in favour of joining than against

France grapples with homegrown jihadis

Authorities fear returning fighters will attack French targets

Web draws western women to jihadi ranks

Networking helps foster ‘jihadi girl power subculture’

Swedes cut rates to zero in deflation battle

Unexpected decision comes after prices fall in 16 of the past 24 months

Collapse of EU referendum bill sparks row

Lib Dems claim Conservatives deliberately sabotaged legislation

Hungary’s illiberal democracy flourishes

Two steps forward, one step back – it is a familiar dance of the Fidesz party