Germany and France have said they'll help Greece, as the United States urges Europe to figure it out.
Over a three-day stay at a luxury divorce hotel in the Netherlands, a mediator and other specialists – notaries, even psychologists – are on hand to help couples get divorced.
France's military operations in Libya may be the first war the country has waged and won since 1918, and it could be a profitable win at that.
A Dutch TV game show is giving rejected asylum seekers the chance to win nearly $6,000 to start a new life after they are deported.
Dozens of engineers and enthusiasts are trying to figure out how to build a mile-high mountain in a very flat, low country: the Netherlands.
Instead of avoiding taxes during tough economic times, France's super rich have signed a petition asking the government to raise their taxes.
Intrepid architects from Copenhagen are turning a power plant into a man-made ski hill, and creating a new kind of 'hedonistic sustainability.'
The US prepares to release $37 billion of Lybia's assets tied up in cash, real estate and shares of US companies.
As European countries jockey for influence over the rebuilding of Libya, Italy and France have oil interests in mind.
A German website asks users to rate their priests on criteria like performance in church, with youth, with the elderly and the quality of the service.