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EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will travel to Kiev Tuesday to bring "clear EU messages" amid fears there will be more violence against protesters.
Today @ 09:29
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06.12.13 @ 09:29
Today @ 10:32
The surprise world trade deal agreed over the weekend in Bali is expected to be a boost for strong exporting EU nations like Germany and Britain.
06.12.13 @ 17:57
The EU data protection regulation hit a setback on Friday after justice ministers backed off on a key component.
06.12.13 @ 09:29
The EU has given Ukraine a gift on Russian gas, amid fresh talks on an EU-Ukraine treaty.
06.12.13 @ 18:28
Merkel has "no memory" of pressuring Spain on taking a bailout in 2011, as alleged in a book by former Spanish PM Zapatero.
06.12.13 @ 16:35
Former US intelligence contractor Snowden is to make a pre-recorded video appearance at the EU parliament later this month.
06.12.13 @ 09:29
France has announced another military intervention in Africa, but plans to deploy an EU battle group are unlikely to go ahead.
06.12.13 @ 09:23
The EU commission has published plans to stop EU nationals abusing welfare systems, but the UK and Germany say it is not enough.
04.12.13 @ 19:37
The EU commission is proposing to pay EU countries €6,000 for each UN-registered refugee which they take in.
05.12.13 @ 09:29
Germany's Guido Westerwelle has voiced support for Ukrainian protesters in a surprise visit to the Maidan.
04.12.13 @ 08:52
German politicians are following the UK in stoking fears about "welfare tourism" by Bulgarians and Romanians.
06.12.13 @ 09:24
The EU's financial transactions tax is legal and would not discriminate against countries outside its remit, according to EU commission lawyers.
04.12.13 @ 18:53
Turkey is starting visa liberalisation talks with the EU, a first step in a process which could take years.
04.12.13 @ 19:02
Eight European banks have been fined €1.7 billion after the EU commission found they took part in cartels on financial derivatives.
03.12.13 @ 17:18
Austerity measures imposed by international creditors are eroding people's social and economic rights, Europe's human rights watchdog says.
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Regions & Cities
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- EU cohesion policy: 'No more business as usual'
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- Arctic region to see greater focus in EU aid
- EU looks to 'hybrid drones' for legal shortcut on migration
- MEPs approve EU border surveillance system
- 'Virtual borders' scheme to track every non-EU citizen
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- Ashton in two-day visit to Ukraine@ 15:03
- AnalysisWorld trade deal expected to boost EU nations@ 10:32
- AgendaBanking union tops agenda for ministers this WEEK@ 09:29
- Merkel denies pressuring Spain on bailout6'th @ 18:28
- EU data protection bill 'moves backwards'6'th @ 17:57
- Snowden to make video appearance at EU parliament6'th @ 16:35
- Ukraine and Bulgaria show power of EU model6'th @ 11:48
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- EU says No to Russian pipeline, as Ukraine talks resume6'th @ 09:29
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