Michael Fuchs

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Lawyer Ulrich Weber presents his report into  Regensburger Domspatzen boy’s choir where at least 547 boys fell victim to sexual and physical abuse. Photograph:  DPA/AFP/Getty Images

Teachers at one of Germany’s most famous Roman Catholic choir schools physically or sexually abused 547 pupils between 1945 and 2015, an independent r(...)

The London Stock Exchange Group’s planned $20 billion merger with Deutsche Börse is at risk of collapse after the UK’s decision to leave the EU dramatically reframed the terms of the deal, according to sources.

The London Stock Exchange Group’s planned $20 billion merger with Deutsche Börse is at risk of collapse after the UK’s decision to leave the EU dramat(...)

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras after placing his vote at a school in Athens. The sheer size of the No vote will make it difficult for European leaders to continue to play hardball with him. Photograph:  Milos Bicanski/Getty Images

The landslide decision of almost two-thirds of Greek voters to support their government in Sunday’s referendum will leave prime minister Alexis Tsipra(...)

The mood of self-congratulation in Berlin over the balanced budget makes any easing of fiscal policy seem unlikely, even though the German economy is expected to slow this year.

Germany boasted on Tuesday it had balanced its budget for the first time since 1969 and pressed euro zone partners to follow its austere example rath(...)

Mario Draghi’s latest efforts to save the euro zone economy will soon be tested

Not for the first time, the public element of the ECB’s debate over the next phase of its long campaign to stabilise the fragile euro zone economy is (...)

European council president Herman Van Rompuy addresses a news conference after a European Union leaders summit in Brussels. Photoggraph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters

European leaders agreed to accelerate their quest for more secure energy supplies at talks today, saying Moscow’s annexation of Crimea made the(...)