Pressure grows on Merkel over spy scandal

Chancellor’s officials accused of knowingly misleading public

Finns name eurosceptic as foreign minister

True Finns leader has railed against bailouts

Fifa corruption probes: a summary

Two investigations shine spotlight on football’s governing body

Two corruption probes engulf Fifa

US and Swiss cases were co-ordinated but are largely unrelated

US Fifa graft probe: The key players

Football officials and marketing executives indicted for corruption

Timeline: Fifa corruption case reopened

Arrests blow affair wide open 4 years after first bribery claims

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How Greek business copes in crisis

Delays to investment decisions and tight budgets shackle companies

Turkey PM campaigns in shadow of a giant

Erdogan pushes for greater powers in run-up to polls

Denmark’s Thorning-Schmidt calls election

Social democrat leader hopes to secure second term

Europe FDI surges over a third, poll says

Region pulls further ahead of China as global flows fall 8%

Russia rejects French Mistral carriers

Moscow to build own vessels — but wants money back

Irish gay vote ‘defeat for humanity’, says Vatican

Highest-level reaction to Irish referendum

Brussels seeks EU-wide corporate tax base

Reform would need support from all 28 member countries

Blair to step down as Middle East envoy

Former UK premier had poor relations with Palestinian Authority

Ukraine takes ‘odious’ path to default

Kiev denies responsibility for debt issue by former regime

Over half world’s nations hatching jihadis

Al-Qaeda and Isis have more than 25,000 new members, UN says

EU to spend €240m sharing asylum seekers

Brussels explains plan for thousands of migrants

UK government to delay Bill of Rights

Queen’s Speech to include fast-track plan for EU referendum

Election in Turkey will test Erdogan

Millions of voters hope the poll will show president his limits

Cameron bullish on achieving Brussels reforms

France and Germany say no to treaty overhaul before 2017

Spain confronts end of political era

Last weekend’s regional elections suggest two party system ending

A catch-all for France’s ills?

Social security charges, minimum wage and expense of firing workers top list of bosses’ complaints

EDF seeks to cut holiday entitlement

Effort to roll back leave strikes at France’s 35-hour week

Athens and Berlin try to ease default fear

Varoufakis says he expects IMF loan deadline to be met

Amazon tax probe to go ahead, EU warns

Decision to report sales will have no bearing on inquiry

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