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.
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.
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- Romanian parliament buries controversial corruption decree
A parliamentary commission will be set up to shed light on why Bankia and other banks needed to be rescued in 2012.
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.
The Russian defence ministry has said it was creating a new propaganda unit, while trolling Germany over its defeat in World War II.
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.
Without a common European security policy, increased spending, as requried by the US, will have unintended consequences.
VW has refused even a "gentleman's gesture" of non-financial compensation to its Dieselgate-hit customers, the EU's consumer affairs commissioner tells this website.
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.
The lynching of a woman in the Soviet Union in 1988 gives insight into why reconciliation remains so hard in the 30-year long war on Europe's eastern fringe.
Athens agreed on budget cuts worth up to €3.6 billion and extracted some concessions from creditors, but the IMF warned the package might not be enough.
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A 59-page internal EU report provides a bleak overview of a country seen as vital in stemming migration flows towards Italy.
'There is no time to lose,' Elzbieta Bienkowska told member states. 'There is systematic failure in the type approval system in Europe.'
Not only Donald Trump but also Poland's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Hungary's Viktor Orban and Norway's Siv Jensen have been bashing Sweden over its once liberal migration policy in recent years.
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Arguments put forward by Nord Stream 2's Brussels lobbyist in defence of the Russian-led project are not consistent and ignore some basic facts.
In meetings with EU leaders, Mike Pence reaffirmed the Trump administration's commitment to cooperate with a united EU, but disagreements are still there.
Malta's government proposes widening libel laws to include all sorts of material published online.
The US vice-president becomes the first senior Trump administration official to visit EU institutions. Greece's creditors try to break deadlock in talks, and British Lords will debate Brexit.
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.
US vice-president Mike Pence crowned a week of American diplomacy in Europe on Saturday by promising to stick by Nato and to take a tough line on Russia.
Although Trump said he would tear up the Iran Nuclear Agreement, the new administration seems to want to work on a new policy toward Iran. Let's hope European leaders will respond in kind to this approach.
Germany’s defence minister described Russia as a threat to Europe’s “way of life”, while also lecturing Trump on values.
The EU ombudsman's slapdown of the EU diplomatic service's unpaid internship programs offers a glimmer of hope to a future of paid internships in Europe.
Wilders' prediction that the Trump political spirit will jump the Atlantic will soon be put to the test in the Dutch elections.
U2's Bono writes that Africa should be at the centre of political leader's thoughts at the latest G20 foreign minister's summit and the Munich security conference this coming week.
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