[Updated] Belgian leaders signed a joint declaration, clearing the way for the government to sign the EU-Canada trade pact. Wallonia's leader Paul Magnette said it was a victory for his people, and the rest of Europe.
Prime minister Szydlo said the European Commission concerns over rule of law in Poland were political grudges.
Emissions experts in Berlin said they agreed with an EU commission proposal to allow 1.5 times exceedance of the limit for dangerous particle numbers.
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Most Nato allies have committed troops to a Russia-deterrent force in the Baltic. Six have also pledged troops to a similar force in Romania.
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[Updated] Centre-left chairwoman of European Parliament's committee investigating the emissions scandal denied the claim, saying there was a misunderstanding.
Although Belgium moved closer to a deal on the EU-Canada trade pact on Wednesday, the Canadians still cancelled their EU trip.
Trade commissioner Margrethe Vestager met with Russian officials Wednesday to discuss an amicable settlement of an anti-trust case.
EU compliance with adequate human rights standards, the principle of non-refoulement and fair access to asylum procedures needs to be reviewed through new guidelines and mechanisms.
Mobile operators will be able to charge each other for the use of data by their customers in Europe and to apply a surcharge when too many people use their network.
Prime minister Matteo Renzi has said he will block the EU budget unless other member states help ease the pressure of migration flows into the country.
Nato states are giving detailed pledges for a new force in the Baltic region, amid concern that Russian warships, due to refuel in Spain, are to join strikes on Aleppo.
Negotiators made headway on Tuesday but failed to break the deadlock on the EU-Canada free-trade agreement, which is still blocked by Belgium's French-speaking entities.
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Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and Norway granted three-month extensions on border controls despite fall in migrant numbers.
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Government under fire from Scotland and from opposition MPs for "chaotic" Brexit preparations, despite May's new committee and pledge on parliament debates.
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Draft legislation, seen by EUobserver, envisaged wide margin of error to help manufacturers when emissions testing moves out of the lab and onto the road.
Belgium prime minister Charles Michel said he was not able to sign Ceta because of a veto by Wallonia and other French-speaking entities. But an EU-Canada summit could still take place this week.
Renzi wrong-footed Germany on Russia sanctions at the EU summit, but leaders have to grin and bear him due to a risky referendum.
Thousands of migrants calmly queued before sunset to be transferred to refugee centres all around France.
The British PM is to launch new Brexit talks with Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales, as nerves fray, also among banks, at the prospect of a "hard" EU exit.
Belgium's French-speaking region on Sunday rejected an EU Commission ultimatum to agree the deal by Monday, amid outstanding issues on an arbitration system that allows big firms to sue countries.
The Socialists agree to abstain in a confidence vote later this week, meaning conservative leader Mariano Rajoy should be able to form a minority government after 10 months of deadlock.
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