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Ukraine war: EU urges China to stay neutral but secures no guarantees
EU leaders warned China of "major reputational damage" if the country helps Russia to circumvent Western sanctions.
EU leaders meet in Versailles to discuss Ukraine war and gas imports
The informal gathering will focus on plans to rapidly slash the EU's gas imports from Russia.
'Addio amico mio': European leaders pay tribute to David Sassoli
Colleagues of the European Parliament President honour his legacy and praise him as a "committed" and "passionate" politician following his death aged 65.
'Massive consequences': EU leaders warn Russia not to invade Ukraine
"Any further military aggression against Ukraine will have massive consequences and severe cost in response," EU leaders said in a statement following a summit in Brussels.
EU summit: No major breakthrough in energy crunch and Polish row
The European Council rejected a push from Eastern countries to build fences under EU funding to prevent the arrival of new migrants.
EU summit: Polish legal row and energy prices to take centre stage
The meeting, which will probably be Chancellor Merkel's last council, will also include discussions on trade deals, digital transformation and migration.
EU commits €9 billion to Western Balkans but divisions persist
EU leaders met in Slovenia to reaffirm their intention to welcome the six Western Balkan countries but failed to deliver major political breakthroughs.
EU pledges 100 million vaccine doses for low-income countries
The European Union has committed to donate at least 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to middle- and low-income countries before the end of the year.
Senior MEP 'deeply offended' by chair gaffe in Turkey
The diplomatic gaffe caused uproar and comes with gender equality in the spotlight in Turkey after the country pulled out of a treaty aimed at stopping domestic violence.
Michel and von der Leyen to face MEPs after 'Sofagate' gaffe in Turkey
The 'Sofagate' incident has landed European Council president Charles Michel in hot water and raised questions about the unity between EU leaders.
EU's Michel 'hasn't slept well' since chair gaffe in Turkey
Footage shows the awkward moment Michel and Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the two top seats, leaving von der Leyen left wondering where she should sit. Eventually, she withdrew to a sofa, some distance from the two men.
Gaffe as EU's Von der Leyen left without chair as male leaders look on
The incident comes with Turkey under the spotlight over women's rights after withdrawing from the Istanbul Convention, an international treaty on preventing domestic violence.
I'm deeply concerned over Georgia's political crisis, says EU's Michel
European Council President Charles Michel brought Georgia's ruling and opposition parties together in Tbilisi during his visit Monday, in an attempt to mediate the situation in the country.
Amid vaccine row, EU adopts measure to control export of COVID-19 jabs
The European Commission announced the measure amid a row with AstraZeneca over supply of vaccine doses the bloc has already paid for.
European leaders congratulate US President Biden after inauguration
European leaders described the 46th President's inauguration speech as "inspiring" and said it was time to bring "conviction and common sense" to help rejuvenate their relationship with the US.
EU and Ukraine vow to deepen ties, call on Russia to honour peace deal
"The EU is — and will remain — Ukraine's biggest and most reliable partner," European Council president Charles Michel said after talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Brussels.
MEPs slam EU rule of law measures as 'ill-equipped and ineffective'
Ahead of a vote on the issue Wednesday, MEPs have accused Germany of watering down plans already agreed by EU leaders on reining in countries over democratic backsliding.
Watch: EU summit with China 'frank and open', says Von der Leyen
Trade and climate change were the main topics discussed during the summit, held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Is Europe heading for a K-shaped economic recovery?
What then about the recovery? Talk about a V-shaped one has been replaced by one resembling the letter K, says Euronews' Darren McCaffrey.
'We'll find a solution': EU's Michel confident over COVID fund dispute
"This won't be easy, as there are different interpretations on the table, but I'm totally convinced that we'll find a solution," European Council President Charles Michel told Euronews.
Coronavirus exit strategy: borders, nations and the cohesion conundrum
When the coronavirus spread in the EU, criticisms were levelled over the lack of a coordinated approach to lockdown between member states. Now the EU is attempting to coordinate the exit strategy, but can Brussels persuade nation states to weather the storm together?
EU top jobs: changing of the guard
The presidency of the European Council has been officially handed over to Charles Michel. The former Belgian Prime Minister will chair the meetings of EU leaders for the next 5 years.
Charles Michel, the consensus builder
The Belgian politician takes over from Tusk at the top table. We look at his path to power, and the skills he could bring to the role of EU Council president.
Watch back: Change in leadership at top of European Union
Donald Tusk is replaced as President of the European Council by former Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel.
Belgian politics still in limbo, three months after elections
The nationalist right and extreme right prevailed in the Flemish north of the country. In Wallonia, the majority voted for the socialist party and the greens.