The answer to the Greek financial crisis remains in the hands of the gods.
With UN talks in Warsaw producing little but hot air, what can be done to end the inaction on green issues?
Six Green groups leave climate negotiations in Warsaw, saying the meeting failed to deliver.
Almost 90 percent of the country's electricity comes from the burning of coal, but can it be kinder to the environment?
Voter turn-out was seven times higher in the repeated elections, held under tight international and domestic security.
Citizens expected to participate in a re-run of the local elections in northern Kosovo weeks after they were annulled.
Court ruling on 2002 oil spill that caused damage estimated at $5bn elicits silence from public and apathy from media.
Despite deadly accidents at sea, European leaders are unlikely to discourage illegal voyages by easing asylum laws.
Refugees fleeing oppressive regimes in Africa tell why they think life is better overseas than at home.
After their team won the last game and qualified for the World Cup, fans flocked to the streets in celebration.
A prominent Greek reporter charged with breach of privacy says media are "held hostage by the political system."