Today @ 09:36
EU leaders will make another bid to crack down on tax evasion after UK Prime Minister Cameron called on British tax havens to "get their house in order."
20.05.13 @ 09:03
17.05.13 @ 18:36
Today @ 09:24
Today @ 09:27
Large depositors in the EU should suffer losses if a bank gets into trouble, but deposits under €100,000 should be protected, MEPs say.
Today @ 09:20
German politicians from across the political spectrum have expressed their outrage after Hungary's Viktor Orban compared Angela Merkel's policies to the Nazi invasion ordered by Adolf Hitler.
17.05.13 @ 09:25
French President Hollande has called for a eurozone government to counter a recession which threatens "the very identity" of Europe.
Today @ 09:30
Russia's request for Interpol to track Bill Browder, a UK-based human rights campaigner, could end his trips to Brussels and other EU capitals.
20.05.13 @ 08:56
Almost 60 percent of one Cypriot bank's clients are "high risk" and almost a third of all depositors' records contain errors, a leaked report says.
17.05.13 @ 09:30
Special treatment of culture "makes sense" European Commission President Barroso has said in relation to upcoming EU-US trade talks.
17.05.13 @ 09:01
The European Greens will hold US-style primary elections to select candidates for the EU's top jobs at the next European elections.
17.05.13 @ 09:21
The shale gas revolution has taken its time to arrive in Europe, where post-Cold-War politics will play a large part in developments.
16.05.13 @ 09:29
The Arctic Council has let in six new observer states including China but deferred the EU's application until a later date.
16.05.13 @ 09:19
Experts in the EU Council have questioned the legality of proposed cuts to EU officials' benefits, amid new strike action in Brussels.
17.05.13 @ 09:28
Europeans expect a more difficult and uncertain economic future than their parent, according to an opinion poll released Friday.
17.05.13 @ 09:05
Digital agenda commissioner Kroes has promised to roll out a single telecoms market throughout the EU before leaving office.
15.05.13 @ 17:45
The eurozone economy continues to shrink as Germany's economy grew by a meagre 0.1 percent in the past three months, while France slid back into recession, fresh Eurostat data show.
15.05.13 @ 17:47
French President Hollande, battling record unpopularity and a struggling economy, has tried to change the narrative by saying he is being buffeted by outside forces.
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