Polish women are marching again this Sunday and Monday. They could succeed where the opposition, the European Commission and other protests failed, and redraw Poland's political map.
Canada said on Friday that the free-trade agreement with the EU had failed and that the bloc was "not capable" of concluding agreements.
British leader Theresa May has repeated that the UK wants free trade, but not free immigration with the EU, while speaking warmly of “friends, allies”.
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- Canada and Wallonia end talks without Ceta deal
- Juncker hopes for Canada accord in 'next few days'
- Romania drops opposition to Ceta
- Difficulties remain on Ceta deal, says Walloon leader
- Brexit could lead to 'some civil unrest' in Northern Ireland
- ECB holds rates and continues quantitive easing programme
- Support for Danish People's Party drops, poll
- Spain's highest court overturns Catalan ban on bullfighting
Chairwoman of the inquiry committee, Kathleen Van Brempt, says that the car approval system needs to be reformed.
Poland is putting pressure on the European Commission to rule whether a new Russian gas pipeline conforms with EU law.
Italy has shielded Russia and Syria from a threat of sanctions, amid warnings by some leaders that Russia was trying to “weaken” the EU.
Witnesses in German parliamentary hearing say they lacked the evidence to prove emissions cheating, and that other ministries were susceptible to car industry lobbying.
The Belgian region's parliament debated on Friday whether to back the EU-Canada trade agreement, while the region's leader says that difficulties remain.
Age and poor education factor into high obesity rates, according to the EU's statistical office Eurostat. On Thursday, it released figures showing Malta is the most obese country, relative to other EU states.
At her first EU summit, the British prime minister showed her colleagues that she intended to play an active role in European affairs despite Brexit.
While EU ambassadors gave their tacit apporoval for a new text based on wallonia's requests, the French-speaking Belgian region again rejected to sign off the Canada-EU trade deal.
Alexander Dobrindt tells MEPs he is not responsible for Volkswagen's emissions cheating, blaming the carmaker and EU legislation for leaving too much room for interpretation.
The Edinburgh government has published a bill for an independence referendum, which it wants to take place before the UK leaves the EU.
EU leaders will threaten to blacklist more Russians if “atrocities” in Syria continue, according to new summit conclusions.
This week's EU summit will take no new decision on how to manage the migration crisis. But differences of approach remain between member states.
Talks with Putin in Berlin on the eve of an EU summit ended with threats of new sanctions over Syria and negligible progress on Ukraine.
The Joint Research Centre said in 2012 that a diesel vehicle was emitting much more nitrogen oxide (NOx) when the outside temperature was different from the laboratory parameters.
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On her first EU summit, the British prime minister is expected to outline Brexit to fellow EU leaders, but without much details.
Officials have launched an 11th-hour mission to stop Wallonia, a Belgian region, from blocking a major deal with Canada, amid a broader rethink on EU free trade.
Today’s summit between the German, French, Russian and Ukrainian leaders will not settle the conflict in eastern Ukraine. It could, however, shape the EU response to the broader Russia challenge.
A secret document said the EU may allow carmakers to use software that switches off the pollution control system when its 10C or colder.
The Greek government has built and broadened alliances in EU institutions and member-states that acknowledge the need to restructure the debt and deliver another economic model for the eurozone.
The Belgian region's rejection of the EU-Canada trade deal risks the prosperity of the entire continent.
Barack Obama urges Italians to back their leader's proposed reforms in the forthcoming referendum, saying they will create a more vibrant economy and more responsive political system.
Paul Magnette said it was "not reasonable" to ask him to back Ceta, which he said was "unravelling". He wants to reopen the negotiation.
Using legal technicalities to frustrate MPs from holding the government to account on Brexit is a tactical misjudgement.
Test agreements with Ethiopia, Niger, Nigeria, Mali and Senegal show less migrant smugglers and more returns.
EU states have urged Belgium to get the French-speaking region of Wallonia to agree the Canada free-trade deal in time for Friday's summit.
A British bank’s decision to stop working with suppliers of a Kremlin media firm has put the spotlight on Russian propaganda in Europe.
The European Parliament's Dieselgate inquiry committee will not pursue Erkki Liikanen and Margot Wallstrom to testify, accepting that their mandates were too long ago.
The MEP, who was recently hospitalised after a brawl with a colleague, has quit the party, saying it is ungovernable without Nigel Farage.
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