Dozens of migrants wake up at the Saint Ludovic border crossing between Italy and France after they were prevented from crossing the frontier.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says it would be “catastrophic” if Greece left the euro, predicting it would herald “the beginning of the end of the common currency project”.
The Spanish Socialist party PSOE wins the regional election in Andalusia but anti-austerity party Podemos takes roots in Spanish local politics.
Former president Nicolas Sarkozy’s conservative UMP party rules out any alliances between his party and National Front while French Prime Minister Manuel Valls calls for anti-FN blockade in next week’s run-off.
(Reuters Business Report) – Frankfurt’s Dax – on its longest streak of weekly gains since 1998.
This, in fact, its ninth week.
Europe is the feelgood factor.
(Reuters Business Report) – Britain’s Burberry brings London Fashion Week even closer to home.
For the first time its catwalk show has been broadcast live to the world via the internet.
EU leaders arriving at a summit in Brussels give a cautious welcome to the ceasefire agreed in Minsk.