The EU commission still hopes to complete the process "after the summer break". The EU's migrant swap deal with Turkey also remains unchanged.
The ECB has started to “bail out” Germany’s Volkswagen Group by buying its corporate bonds, but other EU-linked banks continue to shun the scandal-tainted firm.
A 18-year German-Iranian shot dead nine people in a fast-food restaurant. Police said his motives were "totally unclear".
News in Brief
- VW to suspend sales of most cars in South Korea
- UK economy slumps after Brexit vote
- IMF chief Lagarde to be judged in France
- UN envoy 'concerned' by impact of Turkey events on Cyprus reunification
- Guterres slated for UN secretary-general
- Over 1,000 migrants rescued on Thursday
- France adopts new labour law
- Spain's PM Rajoy given one week to form government
Chechen refugees have been coming to Poland for decades. Tatar Muslims have lived there for centuries. But with the new government trying to whip up fear of foreigners, "things are changing for the worse”.
Column / Brexit Briefing
Jeremy Corbyn's campaign to be re-elected as Labour leader might be successful thanks to freshly registred supporters. But Britain's main opposition party will remain clueless in a crucial moment for the country.
The EU parliament's largest group says allegations against climate chief Canete are political, but doesn't want a neutral mechanism to test commissioners.
French president said UK must respects all freedoms attached to access to EU single market. He said UK can take some time to prepare negotiations.
The EU has warned Turkey that its post-coup crackdown is “unacceptable”, but the US has described the mass-scale detentions as a “reasonable” response.
Draghi said eurozone recovery could be hit by geopolitical uncertainties. He said public money could be used to solve banks’ loan problems.
EU and US experts are to take part in the investigation of a murder of a prominent journalist in Ukraine for the sake of transparency.
Poland's prime minister said the posted workers reform showed that national parliaments should have a greater say over EU decision making.
British PM May won backing in Berlin for her plan to start Brexit negotiations next year. She promised that the UK would not be "walking away" from Europe.
German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere said the Afghan teenager who knifed passengers on a train is a "lone wolf" terrorist, with more attacks of the same type likely.
MEPs' visit to emissions lab in Ispra did not yield a lot of new evidence, inquiry committee chairwoman said, as VW announced billions of euro in profit.
The EU Commission has tried to fudge the issue of whether China is a “market economy” amid efforts to protect European industry from cheap exports.
Quotas to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in sectors such as agriculture or transport will have added flexibility.
European women have gone to join jihadist groups in the Middle East in greater numbers than previously thought, with their children at risk of becoming “the next generation of foreign terrorist”.
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The few asylum seekers who have opted to stay in Slovakia have been confronted with a society unused to other ethnic groups, and a class of politicians willing to play on their fears.
The European Commission decides that its proposal on equal pay for equal work did not encroach on national legislative powers.
Hungary's government has unveiled six billboards linking the migration crisis to terrorism and crime in an effort to win backing for its referendum on the EU's migration policy.
EU court ruling on bank bailouts has raised the likelihood of a political embarrassment for Renzi, months before a referendum puts his future and, potentially, Italy’s euro future on the line.
The UK prime minister will test Brexit waters during talks with Merkel and Hollande on her first foreign visit.
MEPs criticised the harsh crackdown in Turkey after last week's failed coup, and warned that Ankara must not go down the road towards an authoritarian regime, in an extraordinary meeting of the EP's foreign affairs committee.
New York attorney general says his investigation showed "a culture of deeply rooted corporate arrogance" in the Volkswagen Group.
The Irish High Court said the US could present its case in the probe brought by activist Max Schrems.
Many Czechs fear a wave of Islamic migration, but in reality very few Muslims have sought asylum there, and very few locals have even met a Muslim.
The EU antitrust regulator punished European truck making companies for fixing prices and colluding on emission technologies.
Kenny suggested the Northern Irish could demand a referendum on reunification with the Republic, following their vote to remain in the EU.
The decision to open two more “chapters” in Serbia accession talks shows that EU enlargement policy is alive and well despite Brexit, the EU has said.
EU commission vice-president Kristalina Georgieva talks to EUobserver about her decision not to renew an anti-smuggling agreement with Philip Morris International.
Foreign ministers meeting after last week attack in Nice aired strategic ideas rather than specific initiatives.