French business owners protest taxes, red tape

Several hundred business owners demonstrated in Paris on Monday to protest hefty taxes, charges and stifling regulations they say are driving their firms into the ground. Duration: 00:58 Dec 2, 2014

Peugeot holding 'intense' talks on return to Iran

France's PSA Peugeot-Citroen is in "intense" talks about resuming production in Iran, halted since March 2012, a top representative of the automaker said in Tehran on Monday. Duration: 00:38 Dec 2, 2014

Amnesty demands Kiev accountability for police brutality

Amnesty International activists in Ukraine took part in theatrical protest action in front of the presidential administration building Monday in Kiev, demanding proper investigation of rights violations during Euromaidan protests. Duration: 01:11 Dec 1, 2014

Leftist Vazquez wins Uruguay presidential runoff

Tabare Vazquez, the former Uruguayan president who leapfrogged back to the helm Sunday, is a cancer doctor with a far more traditional style than his ex-rebel, marijuana-legalizing predecessor, Jose Mujica. Duration: 00:59 Dec 1, 2014

NATO developing interim reaction force for early 2015

The first troops of a high-speed NATO reaction force designed to meet the sort of crisis highlighted by Russia's Ukraine intervention should be ready early next year, officials said Monday. Duration: 00:43 Dec 1, 2014

Pro-European parties narrowly win Moldova legislative poll

Pro-European parties in Moldova secured a narrow win Monday over those backing closer ties with former master Russia in a parliamentary election held against the backdrop of the bloody conflict in neighbouring Ukraine. Duration: 01:00 Dec 1, 2014

Donald Tusk, new face from the east to lead Europe

Poland's Donald Tusk takes over as European Council president Monday, the first person from the former Soviet-dominated east to take a top Brussels role, with a mandate to revive the economy and deal with a resurgent Russia. Duration: 01:00 Dec 1, 2014