The Greek parliament has approved the first civil service layoffs in more than a century. The debt-troubled country has to slim down its bloated public sector to receive another tranche of its international bailout.
Greece's parliament has approved reforms in order to receive its next round of bailout funds. During the vote, two lawmakers were expelled for opposing the bill, leaving PM Tsipras with a narrow majority in parliament.
For the first time in six years, Europe's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are creating new jobs, according to a new report from the EU Commission. DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge reports from Luxembourg.
Greeks have walked off the job to protest austerity measures the southern eurozone nation has to endure as a trade-off for a third bailout granted by international lenders. Required reforms have not gone down well.
After Catalonia’s parliament approved a bill to secede from Spain by 2017, the alarms went off in Madrid. But what does FC Barcelona, one of Spain’s and the world’s most iconic teams have to do in all of this?