From government stock seizures to sales to the highest bidder, the hunt for face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak has become a global free-for-all
The number of officially reported coronavirus cases worldwide has topped one million, signifying a sharp acceleration in the number of infections and deaths in recent weeks
European officials reacted with surprise and anger after US President Trump imposed a trans-Atlantic travel ban they fear will hurt economies already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic
Fentanyl is killing tens of thousands every year in the US. Is Europe facing a similar crisis and what measures are authorities taking to combat opioid addiction?
The World Trade Organization has given Washington the green light to slap annual tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of EU goods in retaliation for the bloc's illegal support of Airbus
Apple has launched a legal challenge against the European Commission's landmark order that it must reimburse Ireland 13 billion euros ($14 billion) in back taxes
The twice-yearly changing of the clocks for winter and summer has been a ritual in Europe since 1916 but the EU says it will now recommend that the practise be abolished altogether.
The EU wants to further reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in order to make up for the American exit from the Paris climate agreement.