Critics take to social mediaCoalition split on Greece bailout

The Greek bailout crisis has appeared to cause some disagreement within the Luxembourg government, with Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna taking on a tough stance in Brussels while coalition partners are tweeting in support of Greece on social media. More

Visit to London
Brexit and Grexit on Asselborn agenda

Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn on Monday visited London where he met his UK colleague Philip Hammond, as well as Minister for Europe David Lidington and director of the Centre for European Reform Charles Grant. More

WikiLeaks
NSA spied on French top companies

The US wiretapped two of France's economy ministers and spied on the country's largest companies, French media reported citing WikiLeaks documents, just days after it emerged the US had spied on three of the country's leaders. More

Start-up Monday
Essential skin care made in Luxembourg

What happens when an aromatherapist from Sweden meets an engineer from Belgium? Launching a skin care brand might not be what springs to mind, but for Anna Dannfelt and Philippe Briot it was the start of their joint venture Essential Factory. More

Cycling
Jungels and Majerus road champions

Trek Factory Racing cyclist Bob Jungels on Sunday won the national road championship title, following his time trial win on Friday, with Christine Majerus the strongest woman in the race. More

60 new arrivals
Baby boom at Amnéville Zoo

The zoo in Amnéville, around 45 minutes from Luxembourg City in France, has welcomed more than 60 new arrivals in May and June, with a number of the births part of international conservation programmes for endangered species. More