European airlines see bumper summer bookings
IAG, which also owns Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus, has said strong ticket sales for summer and a winter season that beat expectations meant 2023 profit would come in above its previous forecasts.
More than 100 arrested in European swoop on 'Ndrangheta crime group
The suspects are accused of money laundering, criminal tax evasion, fraud and smuggling of drugs, mafia-type criminal association, possession and trafficking of weapons.
King Charles heads to Germany on first overseas trip as monarch
During the visit, Charles will address issues facing both countries such as sustainability and the Ukraine crisis, as well as commemorate the past, according to Buckingham Palace.
TikTok seeks to calm Europe's fears over data privacy
Western powers, including the European Union and the US, have taken a tough approach to the app, which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance.
Europeans dial down the heating, heed calls to save energy
People and businesses across Europe are increasing their use of such smart thermometers to keep an eye on how much gas they are using.
Germany says lower prices could cut state spending on energy caps
Germany last year set out a RM934.5 billion relief package to shield households and industry in Europe's biggest economy from surging energy prices, including gas and electricity price brakes.
German exports unexpectedly fall in November
A survey showed that the downturn in Germany's manufacturing sector had eased somewhat in December due to improved materials availability, though weaker demand continues to affect manufacturers.
EU warns antibody drugs poor against new Covid strains
Antiviral treatments such as Pfizer's Paxlovid are expected to remain effective and so EU states should stock up on them for high-risk patients, the EMA says.
Singapore warns slower economic growth in 2023
The city-state's economic performance is often seen as a useful barometer of the global environment because of its reliance on trade with the rest of the world.
EU leaders clash over how to tackle energy prices
The bloc's 27 member states have been squabbling for months over measures to lower energy bills, and a Brussels summit began in a chilly mood.
EU gas price cap still elusive as leaders meet again over energy crunch
While 15 countries including France and Poland push some form of a cap, they face strong opposition from Germany and the Netherlands – respectively Europe's biggest economy and gas buyer, and a major European gas trading hub.
General headscarf ban at work is okay, Europe's top court says
The Court of Justice of the European Union says EU companies can ban headscarfs as long as it is a general prohibition that does not discriminate against employees.