Julian King said it was not an accident that the London attacks happened on the anniversary of the Brussels bombings.
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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- Putin meets Le Pen, speaks out on French election
- Russian ex-MP killed in Ukraine
- French candidate Fillon accuses president of leaks
- Merkel: no countries will follow UK out of EU
- Danish Europol deal ready for signature
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- Aid group fears hundreds dead in Mediterranean
One year after the launch of the Turkey migrant deal, the EU is doing everything it can to keep it intact, despite the misery it has created.
The EU lacks the means to help authorities find missing migrant children. Fingerprints that are already stored are not being used to track down minors who are unaccounted for.
PwC employees Antoine Deltour and Raphael Halet, who revealed how multinational companies dodged taxes through deals in Luxembourg, were given reduced sentences.
[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 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.
A ruling by European court in Strasbourg casts doubt on Hungary's new law to detain asylum seekers in container camps.
The EU parliament backed a provisional deal with member states to tighten EU gun laws. EU states now have to formally adopt their position before the new legislation is enacted.
The European Court of Justice ruled that internal company rules applying to all religious and political signs are not discriminatory.
Europol says the figure is more a reflection of an improved intelligence picture rather than an absolute increase in the number of gangs.
Heads of state and government have agreed to allow a core group of EU states to set up a European Public Prosecutor Office to probe VAT fraud and crimes against the EU budget.
The US intelligence agency also worked together with UK spies to use a smart TV as an eavesdropping device.
Hungary will detain all asylum seekers in shipping containers along the border following broad support of a new bill by the parliament in Budapest.
EU court ruled in favour of Belgium against a Syrian family seeking asylum in the country, in what rights defenders called an "absurd impasse".
Government spokesman said "foreign agent" NGOs were trying to steer national politics, defended push-back on asylum seekers.
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Unless the EU and other European institutions support civil society groups under attack in Hungary, all of Europe will be the poorer.
A parliamentary commission will be set up to shed light on why Bankia and other banks needed to be rescued in 2012.
Officers raid the National Front headquarters near Paris over allegations that leader Marine Le Pen used fake EU parliament contracts to pay her personal staff.
Current anger over corruption laws can be traced back to a night-club fire in 2015, when many died because of lax safety standards. Romanians then realised that corruption can kill.
A leaked EU anti-fraud office report says French far-right leader, Marine Le Pen, had her bodyguard and personal assistant paid by the EU parliament for jobs they did not do.
Developments in Washington only serve to highlight the need for positive action in the face of an overtly nationalistic and anti-rights form of populism.
Romanian lawmakers back a plan for a vote on how to fight corruption, after two weeks of protests.
Kern said EU nationals seeking to work in Austria would not be discriminated against, in an apparent U-turn on previous comments.
Protesters persisted even after the social democratic government backtracked on a controversial decree to decriminalise some corruption offences, with many saying they lost trust in their leaders.
EU states have told 92 countries that they will be “screened” with a view to inclusion in a future “blacklist” of tax havens.
"I won't have to tell him his father was a coward," business minister Florin Jianu said of his young son, as tens of thousands marched against a law that would protect corrupt officials.
The EU commission has said data-sharing pacts with the US will stay in place despite Donald Trump's decision to strip EU nationals of protection.
German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere said internal EU border controls should be imposed on security as well as immigrations grounds, shifting their legal basis.
Romania has made more progress than Bulgaria since joining the EU 10 years ago, but "irreversibility" of Romanian reforms is at stake in a shady prisoner amnesty.
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