Belgian protesters clash with police over pensions and pay.
At least 100,000 people marched through Brussels in the first mass protests against government austerity measures, early November 2014. 89 more words
The global economic crisis is reawakening dormant trends along the traditional European fault lines.
There’s an uneven effect on EU member states because the Euro zone locks countries with different levels of economic development in the same currency union. 142 more words
If at the beginning of this year, I had marked out the predictable events in Catalonia’s bid for independence, the suspension of the independence referendum by the constitutional court on Monday, September 29th, would’ve been the final one. 394 more words