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Cypriot finance minister Harris Georgiades, left, with eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem
Swedish government struggles over migrant crisis
Saturday (5 March) is Open Data Day, and Paul MacDonell calls for EU member states to commit to opening data in the public sector, as the potential benefits are huge.
Social media giant Facebook is set to pay millions of pounds more in tax in the UK after a major overhaul of its tax structure.
How far is EU off-target on migrants?
Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico is hoping his anti-migrant position will get him re-elected in 5 March elections.
Spain’s Princess Cristina testifies for the first time at her trial for alleged tax fraud, answering only the questions posed by her own lawyer.
Fire crews have been battling to extinguish flames after fires broke out in the migrant camp known as the Jungle in Calais.
A musical parody of Vladimir Putin by Slovenia’s Eurovision host is scoring nul points with fans of the Russian president.
This season’s Greek Cup is cancelled after the semi-final between PAOK Salonika and Olympiakos was abandoned.