14.10.14 @ 09:26
Spain says outbreak under control, but Belgium quarantines one traveller, while the UK expects a "handful" of Ebola cases in coming months.
16.10.14 @ 07:56
17.06.14 @ 17:40
15.01.14 @ 16:03
16.12.13 @ 09:29
13.10.14 @ 08:58
Glasgow is often held up as an example of how to integrate Roma, but community workers say this has nothing to do with an EU-funded project active there.
09.10.14 @ 09:26
The EU commission has said future EU members could face extra controls on movement of workers in a concession to the UK.
16.09.14 @ 09:26
The EU is pressing member states to step up efforts against Ebola as the epidemic continues to spread through west Africa.
09.10.14 @ 17:14
Estonia on Thursday became the first former Soviet republic to grant equal rights to same-sex couples, amid a nasty atmosphere.
17.09.14 @ 20:52
Outgoing EU commissioner for employment Laszlo Andor defended EU-wide efforts to tackle youth unemployment amid critical remarks from MEPs.
09.09.14 @ 18:55
One in every three young Europeans has a higher level of education than their parents, according to new research.
04.09.14 @ 09:26
Unemployment has started to fall in Europe, but will remain next year at higher levels than before the euro-crisis, according to an OECD report.
22.08.14 @ 12:40
A narrow majority of Europe’s youth would ban cannabis, according to new research published by Eurobarometer.
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”.
17.07.14 @ 13:15
Obesity may be considered a disability if it affects how a person does their job, the EU's top court said Thursday
27.08.14 @ 17:52
Berlin has approved draft legislation aimed at curbing "welfare abuse", including a five year ban for EU citizens who tricked the system in a potential breach of EU law.
20.08.14 @ 07:37
Industry lobbying saw EU institutions water down a new tobacco law between 2009 and 2014, a new study by British scientists has found.
30.07.14 @ 19:17
The risk of Ebola reaching the EU is “extremely low” but the possibility cannot be ruled out entirely.
16.07.14 @ 08:54
A bill to reform 20-year old EU laws on maternity leave is being withdrawn after being stuck at the member state level for too long.
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