Ombudsman wants Juncker to reply to staff petition and say how Barroso got green light to work at Goldman Sachs.
The Irish prime minister has indicated he will quit no later than one month after St Patrick's day on 17 March.
Migrant children are being forced into crime and prostitution in Libya and Italy in a Mediterranean enterprise, the UN's children's fund, Unicef says.
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Europe should focus on implementation of environmental laws instead of making new ones, Finnish minister Kimmo Tiilikainen told EUobserver.
Government spokesman said "foreign agent" NGOs were trying to steer national politics, defended push-back on asylum seekers.
Buma, the Dutch face of the European People's Party, becoming increasingly critical of European integration.
Malta's prime minister Joseph Muscat said that Pope Francis has "the skills and vision" to inspire the EU and that some EU countries should integrate more to be able to act.
The EU and Serbia have moved a step closer despite regional tensions, with a Serb minister calling the EU "the best place in the world".
"Dieselgate" is just one case study of how "better regulation" can give industry lobbyists the upper hand.
Europe and the US have urged Armenia and Azerbaijan to back off after the latest flare-up in Europe’s oldest conflict.
EU states will haggle over the reform of a carbon trade system, while MEPs vote on overhauling EU car emissions oversight.
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Can traditional Chinese medicine help the modern European patient? Malta thinks so, in a new agreement with China.
Activists hope the EU presidency of Malta, a recent LGBTIQ champion, will help to put their rights higher on the EU agenda.
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Remainers are becoming listless as they look for someone to present an alternative to Theresa May's vision of Brexit.
With no end in sight to the "tragedy", humanitarian agencies must call for international political and security engagement, the UN's head of migration says.
Unless the EU and other European institutions support civil society groups under attack in Hungary, all of Europe will be the poorer.
The far-right presidential candidate said that she would create a "Europe of free nations", while taking France out of Nato command and "tie up" Russia to Europe.
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Commission head Juncker say EU states which want deeper integration should press ahead in core groups, in reaction to the UK’s departure.
Opposition claims that a new defamation bill would end freedom of expression online are “a complete untruth”, Owen Bonnici tells EUobserver.
Irish leader Kenny and EU commission president Juncker have said borders on the island should remain "as open as possible" when the UK leaves the EU.
In 2015, 58.8 percent of all EU pupils at lower secondary level were being taught two or more languages at school. A year earlier, that figure was 59.9 percent.
France's premier humanitarian camp in Dunkirk has turned into a bleak settlement, with reports emerging of sexual violence against women and children by smugglers.
The Russian defence ministry has said it was creating a new propaganda unit, while trolling Germany over its defeat in World War II.
Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh are voting on a new constitution in the crosshairs of Azerbaijan's artillery, as EUobserver looks at the issues in what could become Europe's next war.
A parliamentary commission will be set up to shed light on why Bankia and other banks needed to be rescued in 2012.
As cities line up to take over the European Medicines Agency some fear a kerfuffle that could destabilise the agency's work and slow down the pace of approving new medicines.
EU says yes, but sources in US department of energy cannot confirm that summits will continue.
Romanians take to the streets in anti-government protests due to a proposed amendment to the country's anti-corruption legislation. But will this have any effect?
The European Commission gives Rome until the end of April to cut its spending. It also stressed the need for Germany to boost public investment.
The centrist presidential candidate tells talented Britons to come to France and warns against giving the UK "undue advantages" after Brexit, in a speech in London.
The ratification looks like getting a majority in a vote on Thursday, despite the people rejecting the deal in a referendum last April.
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