17.10.14 @ 19:55
Putin has told EU leaders he wants pro-Russia rebels to make peace with Ukraine, amid scepticism on his true intentions.
17.10.14 @ 17:29
17.10.14 @ 20:04
15.10.14 @ 18:12
16.10.14 @ 22:41
A week before the EU summit on climate goals, member states disagree on various points of the so-called climate and energy policy framework for 2030.
17.10.14 @ 09:23
Eurostat is set to publish figures on Friday showing that the bloc's GDP has grown by nearly 2.5 percent.
16.10.14 @ 17:00
The eurosceptic group around Ukip leader Nigel Farage has dissolved after a Latvian MEP resigned.
16.10.14 @ 21:55
A Russian gas cut-off would have a “substantial impact”, but even the most vulnerable countries - Bulgaria, Estonia, and Finland - could get through the winter.
17.10.14 @ 09:30
EU countries have agreed to step up Ebola screening at airports in west Africa but not in Europe, despite a British appeal.
16.10.14 @ 16:52
The eurozone appears to have come back onto the markets' radar amid, low inflation, bad economic news from Germany and Greece's bailout exit plans.
16.10.14 @ 09:29
EU health ministers will discuss the introduction of entry screening for potential Ebola carriers at a meeting in Brussels on Thursday.
16.10.14 @ 09:26
In his first week Belgian prime minister, Charles Michel has had to condemn collaboration with the Nazis in WWII following controversy over two of his cabinet members.
15.10.14 @ 09:21
Juncker had an "excellent" impression after meeting the new Slovenian commissioner candidate, Bulc, who is to take over the transport portfolio.
16.10.14 @ 07:56
Violence at an Albania-Serbia football game has mushroomed in importance, with PMs, presidents, and EU diplomats getting involved.
16.10.14 @ 09:29
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has said the Ukraine crisis threatens nuclear “strategic stability” and global “economic health”.
15.10.14 @ 19:16
EU institutions do not systematically apply European Commission advice on reducing carbon footprints, a report finds.
15.10.14 @ 18:37
Germany is at risk of economic hubris, a top economist has said, noting that the country should not think it is invulnerable nor that EU membership makes it a victim.
15.10.14 @ 18:57
The EU's banking watchdog is poised to close a loophole allowing banks to use special allowances to get round rules on bonus payments.
News in Brief
- Russia warns of 'significant risk' on EU gas supplies17'th @ 09:37
- Bank of England deputy slams EU bonus rules17'th @ 09:37
- EU's new digital commissioner 'is online everyday'17'th @ 09:04
- EU inflation falls to new low17'th @ 09:03
- Belgian parliament supports new government17'th @ 09:03
- AgendaEU summit at risk of Belgian police strike This WEEK17'th @ 20:04
- Putin makes nice on Ukraine at EU-Russia mini-summit17'th @ 19:55
- EUobservedSchadenfreude and fire-walking in the EP17'th @ 17:29
- EU states to step up Ebola screening in west Africa17'th @ 09:30
- Sex and drugs drive EU growth surge17'th @ 09:23
- Leaked papers show EU disagreement on climate goals16'th @ 22:41
- Russian gas less mighty than it looks, EU says16'th @ 21:55
- Farage's eurosceptic EP group falls apart16'th @ 17:00
- Oxfam: EU needs to do more to stop the spread of Ebola
- EPSU: Ebola outbreak in West Africa - Health Workers in the frontline need our support
- EuFoA: First Nagorno-Karabakh Group announced in the European Parliament
- Oxfam: Four solutions to economic inequality
- Swedish Enterprises: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership – what, how and why?
- Red Cross: Recovery projects fail if ignore how people relate to risk, warns Red Crescent Report
- World Vision: Report challenges traditional thinking on Food Aid
- EPSU: Welcomes new EU rules on automatic tax information exchange but who will use them?
- EUROFER: Open letter by 60 CEOs of steel industry to the Heads of State & government
- MEP Emma McClarkin: Need for enhanced cooperation to fight match-fixing