Court orders life-support to resume for Frenchman in controversial right-to-die case

A Paris appeals court Monday ordered the resumption of life-support for a longtime vegetative Frenchman from whom doctors had only hours earlier begun withdrawing treatment, in a wrenching case that has divided his family and country.

The Europe Report: Far-right parties under scrutiny in Austria, UK

A political earthquake has shaken Austria, just one week before the EU elections. We update you on the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, the now ex-leader of the far-right Freedom Party. Strache quit after a secretly-filmed videotape emerged showing him proposing various illicit deals in return for shady investments by a woman posing as a Russian oligarch's niece.

EU elections: What is it like being unemployed in Europe?

Unemployment in the EU fell to 6.5% in February, its lowest level in 19 years. But this figure hides some big discrepancies between member states - particularly between northern and southern Europe. What is it like being unemployed in the Netherlands, or in Spain? How hard is it to find work in one country compared to the other? Our reporters Luke Brown and Karina Chabour went to meet jobseekers.


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