21.08.14 @ 09:27
Russia has said its ban on EU food imports will cost it “hundreds of billions of rubles”, while taking several items off the blacklist.
Today @ 09:23
20.08.14 @ 07:37
18.08.14 @ 17:47
08.08.14 @ 08:40
Today @ 09:24
France, Germany, and the UK have circulated a draft UN resolution on Gaza designed to end Hamas rule in return for Israel lifting its seven-year blockade.
21.08.14 @ 09:28
New research by constitutional experts says Scotland's EU membership “is not in any serious doubt” even if it votes for independence.
19.08.14 @ 09:21
Germany has said Nato will defend Baltic states if need be, but will not build permanent military bases in the region.
Today @ 12:40
A narrow majority of Europe’s youth would ban cannabis, according to new research published by Eurobarometer.
20.08.14 @ 07:45
Poland has made a formal request that the EU take Russia before the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to overturn its ban on EU food and vegetables.
18.08.14 @ 17:29
The European Commission has set aside €125 million more for food exporters hurt by the Russia ban.
19.08.14 @ 09:30
The EU’s justice commissioner has accused internet giant Google of leading a campaign to shoot down data protection reforms.
18.08.14 @ 09:29
With one month to go until Scotland’s referendum on independence from the UK, polls indicate the Yes campaign is gaining ground.
15.08.14 @ 09:21
Africa's Ebola outbreak could see infected people enter Europe, but EU and UN experts say the risk of it spreading is “very low”.
14.08.14 @ 09:26
The eurozone economy is facing another slowdown after figures revealed that industrial output fell for a second successive month.
18.08.14 @ 09:26
Nato's top commander has said that if Russian "green men" try to destabilise a Nato country, the alliance would make "a military response".
14.08.14 @ 19:17
France has all but abandoned a target to shrink its deficit, as the eurozone endured a turbulent day that raised the prospect of a triple-dip recession.
14.08.14 @ 19:12
Cauliflowers, cucumbers, mushrooms, peppers, and tomatoes are likely next in line for EU commission help on the Russia food ban.
14.08.14 @ 09:26
Leading European scientists have said new EU data laws will cause "dire" harm to research in areas such as smoking-related diseases or child nutrition.
News in Brief
- Putin's aid convoy crosses into Ukraine@ 09:28
- Ireland testing deceased man for Ebola@ 09:28
- Consultancies scoop big contracts on EU bank supervision@ 09:28
- Italy to delay budget update@ 09:27
- EU bans powerful vacuum cleaners to save energy@ 09:26
- Belgium looking for power after nuclear shutdowns@ 09:26
- Lithuanian TV reluctant to show LGBT rights ad21'st @ 09:17
- Italy approves arming Kurds, as Renzi visits Iraq21'st @ 09:16
- Marijuana should stay illegal, young Europeans say@ 12:40
- Report: EU countries set out new vision for Gaza@ 09:24
- AnalysisCan Europe afford a Russia trade war?@ 09:23
- Scottish EU membership 'not in serious doubt'21'st @ 09:28
- Russia relaxes EU food ban, counts costs21'st @ 09:27
- Poland demands WTO challenge over Russia food ban20'th @ 07:45
- Tobacco lobbying warped EU law, British scientists 'prove'20'th @ 07:37
- EU justice chief criticises Google on 'right to be forgotten'19'th @ 09:30
- EuFoA: Tension rises in Nagorno-Karabakh as ceasefire negotiations are underway
- EEAS: Statement on the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight. In memoriam of Pim de Kuijer
- IFSBH: Join our new initiative: People United for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus!
- ACCA: Supports a coherent EU Single Market as to the balance of competences in the UK
- EIPA: Preparing for New EPSO Competitions: Luxembourg, 08 September 2014
- EIPA: Tools for Implementation of EU Policies at National Level. Luxembourg, 22-25/ 09/ 2014
- EPHA: 5th Annual Conference 4-5 September 2014, Brussels
- Centre Maurits Coppieters: Launches a new youtube channel
- ACCA: Implementing the New European Accounting Directive: Making the right choices
- UNESDA: Impact of food taxes on public health inconclusive and contradictory as per EC study