What happened to Britannia? The fate of Queen's beloved yacht
In Episode 1 of "The Crown" Season 5, the Queen's love for the Royal Yacht Britannia is made explicitly clear.
King Charles' coronation will be "practical and sensible"—Jeffrey Archer
Acclaimed author and former politician Jeffrey Archer tells Newsweek if Charles' coronation is "done properly it will be a benefit rather than a hindrance."
U.N. Official Says Austerity Has Caused Poor to Suffer Most From COVID-19
Olivier De Schutter tells Newsweek that "five shocks" have hit the global economy that could lead to the entire political idea of austerity being rethought.
'We're Revolting': Macron Faces Over 100,000 Protesters
Protestors have taken to the streets in 100 cities around the country to oppose changes that have resulted in a loss of previously guaranteed monthly support.
Tunisia Synagogue Firebombed as Protests Rock Country
The unrest centers on rising costs and government austerity.
High Taxes And Less Social Spending Led To Nazis: Study
A new study shows that austerity measures played a big part in the rise of the Nazi Party.
Eurozone Demands Would Push Greece's Poor to the Brink
Greece cannot handle more austerity.
Row Between Creditors Could Damage Greek Bailout
IMF officials described the current plan as "simply not credible."
Ken Loach on Why He Won't Meet British PM Theresa May
"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
Why The Fragile Calm in Greece May End Soon
A crunch summit with creditors begins Monday.
Women's Rights Group Slams 'Sexist' Austerity Policies
A report claims that government tax and benefit policies will hit women harder than men.
Greece: Police Fire Teargas at Pensioners on Protest
Around 1,500 pensioners marched against the austerity cuts demanded by international lenders.
Piketty 'Quits' as U.K. Labour Party Advisor
Superstar economist cited concern about "weak campaign" by Labour over Brexit vote.
Watch: First Trailer for Cannes Hit 'I, Daniel Blake'
The trailer for Ken Loach's latest film is here.
Spain Spared Brussels Deficit Sanctions Before Election
The country's next government will need to show it is serious about fiscal policy.
Greek Parliament Pushes Through Austerity Measures
The reforms are necessary to secure further bailout funds from Greece's creditors.
The Eurozone's Death by a Thousand Bailouts
The harsh austerity terms imposed on Greece have led many to question the future of the euro.
Brussels Colonizes Greece, as Both Debtors and Creditors Pay the Price
The International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission troika has its first colony: Greece.
Greek Financial Crisis: All You Need to Know
The political impasse is a direct result of the austerity the E.U. and IMF imposed on the Samaras government.
UK Life Expectancy Gap to Increase in Next 15 Years
The report's authors warn that their findings may have been exacerbated by the Coalition government's cuts.
Dark Times For Sunny Portugal
Saudade, the peculiarly Portuguese sense of nostalgia, dominates Vítor Gonçalves's story.
Protester Showers European Central Bank Boss With Confetti
A female protester seeking to "End the ECB Dick-tatorship" interrupted a press conference.
Report Links Rising Use of Foodbanks in UK With Austerity
Areas with bigger spending cuts have greater chance of a food bank opening, says Oxford University report.
Syriza and Podemos Part of German Blockupy Protests Blamed for Violence
Both parties voiced support for the movement, whilst organisers estimate at least 100 supporters attended.
350 Arrested as Frankfurt Anti-Austerity Protests Turn Violent
Syriza, Greece's ruling party, is one of the groups which make up the 'Blockupy' movement.
Thousands to Protest in Frankfurt Against ECB 'Austerity'
One of Blockupy protest organisers says troika is responsible for the austerity measures that have pushed people into poverty.
End Austerity to Beat Greek Fascism, Says Syriza
Syriza's human rights spokesman highlighted the link between poverty and racism after a critical Council of Europe report.
Euro Zone, Greece Agree on Four Month Loan Extension
Athens pledged not to roll back any reforms that could have a negative fiscal impact and to honor all its debts.
Greek Villagers Claim Figure of Jesus Has 'Wept Since Syriza Win'
Reports from the small village of Asprokampos claim that the icon has been 'crying' since the election results.
Greece's Growth-Linked Debt Plan May Face Legal Obstacle Says Lawyer
Greece plans to make its debt more manageable by swapping rescue loans for growth-indexed bonds.