After losing millions this year, the paper maker plans to shut down part of its European operations over the next three years.
Spy agencies in Europe are carrying out mass surveillance of online and phone traffic in collaboration with Britain, according to leaked documents.
Another boat carrying African migrants sank on Friday near the south of Sicily, with more than 30 people found dead.
As Syrians flee their homes for new beginnings, Europe is struggling to cope with the influx of refugees at its doorstep.
Bankers steel their countries against volatility in the face of a US slowdown on quantitative easing.
Growth figures from Europe and Japan will dominate this week's data calendar. Here is your guide to the week ahead.
Labour Day - or May Day - has triggered protests against harsh government spending cuts around the world, with some demonstrations turning violent.
Europeans are cutting down on Christmas shopping and pinching their pennies this festive season due to austerity measures.
Europe is experiencing its first sustained transmission of dengue fever since the 1920s, with more than 1 300 people infected in Madeira, Portugal.
Fast-track warming in Europe is making butterflies and birds fall behind in cooler habitat moves and causing worrying turnover in plant species.
Household goods company Steinhoff announced on Fridayall the resolutions required to approve the Conforama transaction were passed without opposition.
Prague may suffer from tourist overload, but if you know where to look you can still find its Bohemian soul, writes Sophie Cook.
Europe's single currency zone suffered its first period of falling output during the spring as its three largest economies shrank.
A tiny rectangle in the Sahara captures the seductive appeal of the audacious plan to cut Europe's carbon emissions by harnessing the sun's power.
As the summer holidays begins, sterling's frailty coupled with a rise in air fares are changing Britons' holiday plans in Europe.
A new iron curtain has emerged between East and West, triggered by Aids.
Trash and dog poop top a list of European's pet hates according to a survey carried out in 17 countries which appeared on Friday in the Readers' Digest magazine. Littering enraged 86% of the 3 400 adults questioned, making it the foremost source of irritation for respondents from Manchester to Moscow.
Hundreds of people across Europe have died due to an unusually harsh winter on the continent. This weekend, Rome experienced the heaviest snowfall in decades.