EU unimpressed by UK migrant complaints

Other member states face far greater pressures from refugees

Paris landlords plan action on rent caps

Property agencies say measures will deter investment

Russia vows tit-for-tat action over Yukos

Shareholders defy Kremlin to try to collect damages

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European federalism is not dead yet

If it is to happen at all, further integration will be down to necessity, writes John Thornhill

Greece PMI

Athens stock market falls on reopening

Sell-off hits as data show plunge in manufacturing activity

Housing bubble sparks fears in Scandinavia

Record low interest rates leading to housing inflation

Berlin’s devotion to rules harms EU

A confident leadership sets the manual aside in moments of crisis, writes Mark Mazower

Greek investors braced for market restart

Exchange predicted to fall in value after five-week closure

The lessons of the Litvinenko inquiry

All the evidence points squarely at the two Russian suspects

Suicide bomber kills two Turkish soldiers

Ankara blames attack near Iran border on Kurdish separatist PKK

Rightwing militia puts Kiev in its sights

Leader of volunteer battalion Right Sector turns on president

Turkey’s Kurds watch fragile peace slip away

Trouble flares less than a month after pro-Kurdish political party enters parliament

Calais crisis stirs debate on migration

Opinion polls find support still strong for Britain to stay in EU

Europe must take long view on migration

No quick gesture can stop desperate people coming to continent

Putin ordered murder of critic, inquiry told

Evidence shows former agent Litvinenko’s death was on Kremlin chief’s orders, QC says

Russia vigilantes try to enforce food ban

Year into bar on western goods, authorities step up crackdown

Brussels to probe FedEx-TNT deal

European Commission says proposed takeover could push up prices

Rome hopes to host Olympics despite chaos

City faces being embarrassed into fixing problems, says bid leader

SNB reports record loss after dropping cap

Results threaten central bank payments to Switzerland’s cantons

Russia rate cut puts pressure on rouble

Central bank lowers rate to 11% to help cooling economy

Demoralised troops lose faith in Kiev

Mood change echoes broad ebbing of public support for government

Eurozone remains on the edge of deflation

Inflation steady at 0.2% but plummeting commodity prices still weigh

Tsipras wins battle with Syriza far left

Central committee backs Greek PM’s call for September congress

Litvinenko murder evidence ‘unwavering’

Operation almost certainly sponsored by Russian state, says QC

Cyber insecurity: Going dark

US tech companies are shielding more data from government eyes

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