Air France confirmed in a meeting with staff on Monday that it plans to cut 2,900 jobs by 2017 and shed 14 aircraft from its long-haul fleet as part of efforts to lower costs, two union sources said.
The Daily Telegraph newspaper said a man had fired on the building, hitting a police employee before being shot dead by police.
Croatian police said Friday the border is now open "to all traffic without restrictions."
Prime Minister Viktor Orban told reporters Friday that Hungary would not put anything on that border that can't be "cleaned up" within a day.
A file recovered from Liam Lyburd's laptop had the words "you people ruined my whole life, don't expect me to show mercy today."
Alexis Tsipras told his first Cabinet meeting that his aim is to have steered the country out of its crisis by 2019 when his four-year mandate ends.
The influx of mainly Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans has caused tensions between Balkan rivals Serbia and Croatia, with countries criticizing each other over border closures and traffic blockades.
Merkel told German lawmakers Thursday that "the opportunities are much bigger than the risks, we just have to recognize and use them."
Martin Wintekorn said in a statement on Wednesday that "Volkswagen needs a fresh start - also in terms of personnel. I am clearing the way for this fresh start with my resignation.''
"We must prepare a concrete plan, which must finally appear in place of the arguments and the chaos we have witnessed in the last weeks," Tusk told reporters before chairing the summit.
Croatia shut all but one of its crossings with Serbia last week to block the migrant surge, which has reached 44,000 in a week.
Labor Minister George Katrougalos says the new administration elected Sunday has to focus on the reforms that were a key condition for the latest in a series of international bailouts keeping the country afloat.
Some countries were opposed, the Twitter post from the Luxembourg mission to the European Union indicated.
Hans-Georg Maassen says "it gives us great concern that Islamists in Germany are using the situations of the refugees for their own purposes under the guise of providing humanitarian help."
Several positions will be reserved for members of Tsipras' junior coalition partner, the right-wing populist Independent Greeks.
A graph that shows which sections of refugee routes have been blocked by EU countries.
Poroshenko, who on Tuesday chaired the security council with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in attendance, said he intends to change the decision against joining NATO.
Germany- the world’s fourth largest nation by GDP or national income needs more migrants - some hundred thousands annually considering that it has an aging population.
The children's bodies were recovered by the Turkish coastguard with reports from Greece indicating that another two children may still be missing.
The tower was reopened at 2:45 pm (local time) on Sunday after being closed to the public for the morning, the press department for the tourist attraction said.
The result was a resounding success for Alexis Tsipras' high-risk gamble when he resigned as prime minister last month and triggered an early election in Greece,
The iconic tower was shut for the day amid high security alert.
An official at the agency says that eight people had been rescued following Sunday's incident. He said search-and-rescue operations were ongoing.
The coast guard says, a Lithuanian helicopter from the European border patrol agency Frontex spotted people in the sea off the southeastern coast of Lesbos in the early morning.
Syriza party was marginally ahead of the rival center-right New Democracy in opinion polls leading up to Sunday's vote.
However, pollsters advise caution with many recalling the 2000 election that was decided by a mere 72,000 votes.
Austrian police reported 6,700 new arrivals from Hungary since midnight.
The rapid-fire, often contradictory border decisions came as each nation tried to shift the burden of handling the huge influx onto their neighbors, leaving asylum-seekers even more angry, confused and desperate.
The yet-to-be identified girl was found lifeless on a beach in the Aegean town of Cesme in Izmir province after a boat carrying 15 Syrians to the Greek island of Chios sank, the official Anatolia news agency said.
The incident comes less than a month after passengers subdued a gunman on board a Thalys train in northern France as it was traveling from Amsterdam to Paris, also on a Friday.
Many of the migrants are Syrians and Iraqis fleeing war, who are seeking safety and prosperity in Germany and elsewhere in Western Europe.
Here's a story map that tracks the journey of migrants through Greece to the EU.
By Thursday morning, Croatian police said 6,200 people had entered the country since the first groups started arriving early Wednesday.
The aircraft was diverted to Germany where the 7-year-old bulldog was boarded onto another flight, causing a delay of more than 1 hour for the original flight's 200 passengers.
With their path blocked, hundreds of other asylum-seekers turned to a longer, more arduous path to Western Europe through Croatia, where officials said 1,300 had arrived in a single day.
While the tough new measures have mostly stopped the flow across the border, isolated groups still managed to crawl under or climb over the forbidding barbed wire of the 175-kilometer (110-miles) border fence to enter the European Union.