[Updated] Westminster, and its surrounding areas, has been sealed off after a car drove into several people and one policeman was stabbed. At least three people have been killed.
The EU's draft Rome Declaration, seen by EUobserver, pledges a "common future" for the 27 countries left behind by Brexit and vexed by Trump.
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- UK parliament in lockdown after reported attack
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- Magnitsky's lawyer injured near Moscow
- Trump to travel to Brussels on 25 May for Nato summit
- Polish defence minister accuses Tusk of treason
- Fillon slips in polls as new allegations emerge
- Brexit summit for EU-27 will be on 29 April
The Council of Europe's special representative on migration and refugees released a report that says minors in Europe are enduring "abysmal conditions".
[Updated] The Netherlands' Jeroen Dijsselbloem faces calls for resignation after saying that crisis-hit countries in southern Europe spent "money on drinks and women" before being helped by others.
The majority of countries in the top-20 of the Global Energy Architecture Performance Index are members of the European Union, with Switzerland leading the list.
Europe is going through an unstable time, which may benefit Catalan's independence claims. However, breaking away now might leave the region and its government without a viable alternative.
Benoit Hamon told a Brussels rally that Europe was breaking up because free trade and austerity had paved the way for far-right nationalists.
The EU has once again urged Macedonia to let Albanian parties join a new government and to stop “playing with fire” on ethnic hate speech.
Ukraine’s IT sector could play a critical role in fighting corruption, building confidence in the country and easing the concerns of critics in the EU.
Tusk, Juncker, and Japan's Abe said they want a trade deal as soon as possible to negate protectionist push of Trump administration.
The 22 March anniversary of the Brussels bombing will trigger a lot of soul searching. But EU counter-terrorism strategies over the past 10 years have been crisis-driven with little follow through or oversight.
Despite the sighs of relief that Geert Wilders did not win the Dutch election, there has been a worrying fragmentation and defeat of the left in the Netherlands.
Illicit money flowing out of Russia ended up in almost every single EU state, an investigation has found, posing questions on the integrity of Europe’s banking systems.
In their first TV debate, the main candidates for the April election only briefly discussed the country's EU policies, with far-right Le Pen and centrist Macron taking aim at each other.
Greece and its creditors will meet in Brussels later this week to unblock negotiations needed for a new tranche of financial aid, amid concerns over the country's economic situation.
Belgian bureaucracy and insurance firms' foot-dragging have left many victims of last year's bombings without proper care or compensation.
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- Child migrants endure 'abysmal conditions'
- French socialist woos Europe with new vision
- EU to Macedonia: 'Stop playing with fire'
NGOs could sue EU on issues such as fisheries quotas or state aid for coal plants if a UN-linked panel gets its way.
EU's largest member state emitted more CO2 last year than in 2015, but is still a "lighthouse" for the world due to its energy transition.
EU-27 summit in early May likely to sign off on Brexit guidelines, after Downing Street said it would start divorce on 29 March.
As the US threatens to withdraw, the EU and India will have to step up and take on a leading role in support of Afghanistan.
EU leaders meet in Rome to recommit to European integration after Brexit, but Greece and Poland serve as reminders of economic and political divisions.
Turkey’s EU quarrel escalated on all fronts over the weekend, amid fresh “Nazi” and “terrorism” jibes. “Not all Turks are little Erdogans,” Juncker said.
Schulz elected SPD leader to face Merkel in September elections. German centre-left party also voiced support for French centrist presidential candidate Macron.
This attitude and position from mainstream political leaders represents as much of a challenge and threat to human rights values as do the populists themselves.
Russia's three year occupation of Crimea and disrespect for International norms must end.
An open letter to European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker ahead of the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty.
The independent liberal candidate to the presidential election said in Berlin that France must reform itself if it wants to remain close to Germany and play a role in Europe.
The German and Italian governments “have found a common understanding on the need for Fiat to take measures”, but an accusation of cheating still hangs in the air.
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