Greek Referendum Not in Line With Europe Standards, Says Watchdog NEW
A planned referendum in Greece on the terms for an international bailout isn’t in line with European standards, Europe’s rights watchdog said on Wednesday.
Read the Greek Referendum Documents NEW
The Greek referendum scheduled for Sunday is being depicted as a vote on whether Greece should stay in the eurozone or quit. But Greeks will actually be asked to vote on a complicated question that refers to two documents. Here they are.
Greece’s Five Possible Future Currency Arrangements NEW
The euro or the drachma are not the only options for Greece. We outline five.
Few People on Continent Want Big EU Concessions to U.K. NEW
Non-British Europeans not that keen on giving David Cameron what he wants, according to a new poll, though most want Britain to remain in the EU.
A Short Twitter Guide to That Big Greek Weekend NEW
What a weekend! One surprise followed another: from the referendum call in the early hours of Saturday, to the abrupt declaration of eurozone finance ministers that Greece’s bailout program won't be extended beyond Tuesday, heralding a period o...
Greece, China, Air Safety and Trade: EU Week Ahead June 29-July 3 NEW
There are things besides Greece on the European Union agenda for the coming week.
Governments Agree To Boost EU’s Second-Highest Court NEW
Governments agree to double the number of judges at the General Court of the European Union.
Read the Document That Shows Divisions Between Greece, Creditors NEW
Stark divisions remain between Greece and its international creditors over measures the government in Athens needs to implement before receiving desperately-needed bailout aid, according to a document seen by The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
Greece’s Last-Chance Saloon and Other Things: EU Week Ahead June 22-26 NEW
Possible last-ditch talks over Greece aren't the only thing on this week's agenda in the European Union.
Greek Pensions Have Been Cut Sharply, But Creditors Want More NEW
Greece cut its pension spending significantly in 2012 and 2013, but the country's creditors want more cuts as part of a new bailout deal.
EU Needs More Carbon Capture Technology, Report Says NEW
The EU needs to increase public and private spending on carbon capture and storage technology to meet its climate targets, a new report says.
No Boar To Be Harmed As They Are Ousted From Latvian Capital NEW
Riga's city fathers have a plan to kick wild boar out of town.
Europe Backs Plan for U.S. to Loosen Control of Internet NEW
European governments Friday endorsed a plan for the U.S. to step back from overseeing the Internet, part of an effort by the group that administers Web addresses to win more independence.
Greece, Draghi, OMT and Data Protection: EU Week Ahead June 15-19 NEW
A ruling on whether Draghi's bond-buying program was legal and other scheduled events over the coming week in the European Union.
EU Foreign Ministers May Extend Russia Sanctions Without Debate NEW
Ministers may extend European Union sanctions on Russia, without even discussing them.
Why Greece May Be Able to Wait Until Winter for a Third Bailout NEW
Back-of-the-envelope calculations show that the Athens government and its creditors may have until the winter to seal a third bailout deal for the country.