EU leaders were focussing on reforms at their final summit of the year -- like boosting economic competitiveness. But so far they've only agreed on a time frame.
More than 4,500 refugees made their way to Bulgaria this year, but few actually stayed. Mariya Ilcheva visited the country's largest refugee camp.
Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince has announced a sweeping economic reform plan for the kingdom. The effort prmarily aims at using oil revenues to build a huge global investment fund and ensure diversification.
Leszek Balcerowicz - the author of Poland's post-communist transition to a market economy - has been appointed adviser to the Ukrainian president. The often contentious figure will have plenty to contend with in Kyiv.
EU member states are failing to live up to their promises to ease pressure on Greece and Italy at the forefront of the refugee crisis, with asylum seekers paying the price. Pavlos Zafiropoulos reports from Athens.
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