The tourism industry is booming as travelers find ever more intrepid ways of exploring the globe and receding security fears revive old favorites.Full Story
Long queues of men line the streets of Yemen's rebel-held capital Sanaa waiting alongside empty propane gas canisters they are desperate to replace so they have fuel to cook.Full Story
The EU on Wednesday said it would strike back against U.S. President Donald Trump's threatened steel and aluminum tariffs, with counter-measures against flagship U.S. products such as peanut butter, orange juice and bourbon whiskey.
"Certain types of bourbon are on the list as are other items such as peanut butter, cranberries, orange juice," EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem told reporters after the European Commission, which handles trade matters for the bloc, discussed the tariffs.Full Story
The star-shaped walls of the hilltop town of Elvas dominate the plains of Portugal's southern Alentejo region near the border with Spain.Full Story
The economic and financial impact on Qatar of a nine-month Saudi-led blockade is fading, but some risks for the Gulf emirate remain, the International Monetary Fund has said.Full Story
World stock markets roared higher Tuesday as fears eased over U.S. President Donald Trump's planned trade tariffs, dealers said.Full Story
Greek commuters saw journeys disrupted Monday as taxi drivers downed tools to protest at competition from ride-sharing firm Uber on a day rail workers also held a 24-hour strike.Full Story
News crews from around the world may have flocked to cover Neymar's foot operation but some Brazilians would rather see the spotlight on the country's woes.Full Story
Any post-Brexit free trade deal struck between Britain and the European Union must not include financial services, French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said Tuesday before meeting his UK counterpart.Full Story
Greece's economy grew by 1.4 percent last year, the national statistics agency Elstat said Monday, only the second time in a decade of crisis the eurozone nation has managed any growth.
The country's economy shrank by a quarter during an eight-year long recession, aggravated by spending cuts and tax hikes required under its international bailouts.Full Story