Russia vigilantes try to enforce food ban

Year into bar on western goods, authorities step up crackdown

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

Echoes broader ebbing of public support for political leaders

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 the continent

Putin ordered murder of critic, inquiry told

Ex-agent Litvinenko poisoned on Kremlin chief’s orders, QC says

Brussels to probe FedEx-TNT deal

European Commission says proposed takeover could push up prices

Eurozone remains on the edge of deflation

Inflation steady at 0.2% but falling 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

Renzi needs to sharpen rapier of reform

The Italian PM cannot allow the pace of modernisation to abate

Nato jets intercept Russian aircraft

Alliance sees steady growth in size and intensity of provocations into airspace

The Calais migrants are Europe’s shame

Asylum seekers must be offered legitimate routes to settlement

For Calais migrants, England is the dream

Fears that people will take more risks as UK and France boost security

Spanish and Irish recoveries accelerate

Two of the hardest hit eurozone economies are now among the strongest performers

IMF cannot join Greek bailout, board told

Fund’s report raises fresh snags to financial rescue plans

Cameron should stand up to the eurozone

UK business worries the euro countries could impose their will

Schäuble plan limits EU Commission powers

German proposal is response to EU body’s political shift

Irish elite testify at banking inquiry

Bankers, property developers and politicians take part in hearings

Tsipras faces challenge from Syriza members

Hardline faction of ruling party prepares for showdown

Wealthiest Pole, Kulczyk, dies, aged 65

Entrepreneur played a central role in country’s transformation

UK and France beef up Calais security

Ministers from both countries put on united front and point finger at Eurotunnel

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