The 43 people constitute the fourth group of Syrian refugees to arrive in the Grand-Duchy under rules prescribed by the controversial deal struck between the European Union and Turkey in early 2016 following a massive influx of refugees to the bloc. More
The government had previously encouraged overseas spending sprees. It then warned late last year of "irrational" acquisitions amid fears that powerful conglomerates were racking up dangerous debt levels. More
A champion of the nationalist-populist agenda that carried Trump to power last November, the 63-year-old Bannon left a White House reeling from the fallout over the president's response to a violent white supremacist rally. More
Snipers were posted on rooftops surrounding Barcelona's landmark Sagrada Familia church by Gaudi where King Felipe, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and Catalonia's president Carles Puigdemont led the ceremony mourning the 14 people killed by jihadists. More
European stock markets rose solidly Wednesday, while the pound briefly won support from well-received UK employment data, as investors looked ahead to the release of Federal Reserve minutes for clues on the US interest rate outlook. More
The judges at the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe said they saw "significant reasons" to believe the ECB exceeded its monetary policy mandate when it began buying government debt on a large scale in 2015 to boost the eurozone recovery.
Want to know what's going on in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, and be able to create your own events too? There's a handy smartphone app available that does exactly that and it's growing in popularity. More
Since May, the base on which the lilac-coloured Melusina statue stood in the Grund neighbourhood in Luxembourg City has remained empty. Since Friday afternoon a Melusina is sitting on the bank of the Alzette again - but not the one that was damaged.
Carefree celebrations in the immediate vicinity of the Moselle River: thousands of wine lovers celebrated, danced and tried to solve the secret of the mysterious drink during the Picadilly celebrations. More
Tourists and residents alike, can't have failed to notice the black tiles on the roofs of Luxembourg City buildings . To learn the origins, we need to take a trip close to the Belgian border, and over 400 years back in time. More
'Steinfort Adventure' park in the west of Luxembourg is preparing to reopen its doors next week, after undergoing renovations and remodelling work following its destruction during a storm three years ago. More
A steampunk convention was organised for the first time in Echternach this weekend under the theme "The transformation of the Little Marquise". Over two days, participants were able to travel back to the Victorian age, the world of Jules Verne and retro futurism through a number of workshops, stands and a photos exhibition. More
Those who love all things Porsche were in heaven on Saturday as no less than 100 classic cars headed to the Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg City for the first ever International Porsche Classic Meeting hosted in the country. More