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  1. 09/03/2015Defence experts cool on Juncker’s EU army scheme
  2. 06/03/2015EU ministers endorse climate pledge ahead of UN conference
  3. 05/03/2015‘Judge books by their covers’, EU court says in tax ruling
  4. 04/03/2015EU will hit Russia with tougher sanctions if Ukraine truce fails, Merkel says
  5. 03/03/2015Uber ‘killing our jobs,’ say Brussels taxi drivers
  6. 02/03/2015EU officials set sights on new drone directive
  7. 26/02/2015British MEP tweaks passenger data bill to win support
  8. 26/02/2015EU’s Schulz welcomes French budget ruling
  9. 25/02/2015EU seeks to create single European energy market
  10. 25/02/2015Send defensive weapons to Ukraine, top Kiev official tells EU
  11. 24/02/2015No talk of Greek euro exit, senior EU official says
  12. 23/02/2015Who is Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis?
  13. 23/02/2015EU examines Hungary’s nuclear deal with Russia
  14. 19/02/2015EU extends Mediterranean rescue mission until 2015
  15. 19/02/2015Germany snubs Greece’s EU loan offer
  16. 18/02/2015Greece set to seek loan agreement deal
  17. 16/02/2015Pessimism clouds fresh Greek debt talks
  18. 11/02/2015MEPs want tougher labelling rules
  19. 10/02/2015Eurozone officials seek Greek debt deal
  20. 09/02/2015EU delays sanctions amid push for Ukraine peace
  21. 05/02/2015European Parliament shuns committee of inquiry into LuxLeaks
  22. 05/02/2015NATO finalises spearhead forces to counter ‘Russian threat’
  23. 05/02/2015Falling oil prices will spur EU growth, say economists
  24. 04/02/2015Poland cool on Ukraine military aid
  25. 04/02/2015NGOs, demonstrators rally against EU-US trade deal
  26. 03/02/2015EU opens Belgium tax probe
  27. 02/02/2015New mandate starts for European Committee of the Regions
  28. 29/01/2015EU extends first set of Russian sanctions
  29. 29/01/2015EU interior ministers back airline data sharing
  30. 29/01/2015EU eyes fresh Russia sanctions amid Greek opposition
  31. 29/01/2015EU edges closer to airline data sharing after Charlie Hebdo attacks
  32. 28/01/2015Ukrainian expats rally for tougher EU sanctions
  33. 27/01/2015Ukraine seals emergency EU loan amid bankruptcy threat
  34. 22/01/2015Expat Greeks frustrated over voting rights
  35. 21/01/2015Greece holds its breath as Syriza tops election polls
  36. 16/01/2015Tough measures on terror not always effective, expert says
  37. 15/01/2015Turkey rejects claims that it stifles free speech
  38. 13/01/2015EU anti-terror chief seeks air passenger register
  39. 13/01/2015Le Pen seeks return to internal EU border controls
  40. 12/01/2015MEPs honour France terror victims
  41. 08/01/2015Belgian Muslims fear Charlie Hebdo backlash
  42. 08/01/2015Brussels joins tributes for Charlie Hebdo victim
  43. 07/01/2015EU publishes free trade papers amid transparency row
  44. 06/01/2015Belgian doctors block convicted murderer’s euthanasia
  45. 19/12/2014euronews discusses Russia with Latvian PM after EU summit ends
  46. 19/12/2014Protesters surround EU buildings as anti-TTIP anger voiced in Brussels
  47. 18/12/2014Last EU summit of 2014 in full swing with major investment tabled
  48. 17/12/2014EU Commission speaks on ambitious investment plan ahead of key summit
  49. 16/12/2014Belgium bids to bring energy and internet projects online with EU boost
  50. 16/12/2014EU Commission ditches ‘watered down’ air pollution proposal
  51. 16/12/2014EU lawmakers fail to strike deal on Palestine vote, reach compromise
  52. 15/12/2014Belgium gripped by travel chaos as strike takes hold
  53. 11/12/2014Poorer countries seeking more resources to fight climate change: MEP
  54. 11/12/2014Milk protest in Brussels
  55. 10/12/2014EU’s Juncker sworn in amid ongoing tax row
  56. 09/12/2014EU energy officials mull next move over South Stream
  57. 09/12/2014EU eyes some 2,000 new investment projects
  58. 08/12/2014Eurozone ministers extend Greek bailout by two months
  59. 08/12/2014Mexico says evidence points to missing students being ‘burned up’
  60. 08/12/2014Brussels grinds to a halt as Belgian unions strike
  61. 05/12/2014Hungary open to EU ‘rule of law’ review
  62. 04/12/2014Final EU agreement on GM crops edges closer
  63. 04/12/2014Bulgaria, EU still want South Stream pipeline
  64. 03/12/2014Iraq PM denies requesting Iranian airstrikes against ISIL
  65. 02/12/2014Helping those with disabilities to get hired
  66. 01/12/2014Poland’s Tusk takes over EU helm
  67. 27/11/2014European Commission has ‘abdicated its role’ as financial watchdog
  68. 27/11/2014EU recommends ‘unbundling Google’
  69. 26/11/2014Juncker’s colossal investment plan aims to ‘kick-start’ European economy
  70. 26/11/2014Denis Mukwege: Sakharov Prize winner and champion of human rights
  71. 25/11/2014What did MEPs make of Pope Francis’ speech in the European Parliament?
  72. 24/11/2014EU’s Juncker faces another tough week
  73. 24/11/2014Security stepped up as Strasbourg braced for papal visit.
  74. 24/11/2014Femen lay bare their naked opposition to papal visit
  75. 20/11/2014Belgian officials stage terror attack exercise
  76. 19/11/2014EU Commission promises more transparency on lobbying
  77. 19/11/2014MEPs back World Toilet Day
  78. 18/11/2014NATO chief slams ‘serious military build-up’ in Ukraine
  79. 18/11/2014Red Cross urges quicker response on Ebola
  80. 17/11/2014EU moves to sanction Ukraine separatists
  81. 17/11/2014EU foreign ministers mull sanctions against Ukrainian separatists
  82. 13/11/2014MEPs slam Turkey for entering Cypriot waters
  83. 12/11/2014Eurosceptics slam Juncker over Lux Leaks
  84. 12/11/2014EU’s Juncker fights back in LuxLeaks row
  85. 10/11/2014Catalan vote draws muted EU response
  86. 06/11/2014Belgian protest against austerity turns violent
  87. 05/11/2014World Health Organisation pleads for more health workers to fight Ebola
  88. 05/11/2014Cameron has problems with other EU leaders, says Commission chief Juncker
  89. 04/11/2014EU Commission lowers growth forecasts, promises 300 billion euro investment plan for Christmas
  90. 03/11/2014Muted start for new European Commission
  91. 29/10/2014EU eyes ‘interim’ deal in Ukraine, Russia gas talks
  92. 28/10/2014No way, José! Barroso bows out with swipe at UK’s Cameron over EU bill row
  93. 28/10/2014France, Italy avert budget row with EU Commission
  94. 27/10/2014EU’s Ebola crisis czar to visit west Africa
  95. 24/10/2014EU summit ends in blazing budget row
  96. 23/10/2014EU leaders mull climate targets for 2030
  97. 22/10/2014EU leaders consider climate package
  98. 22/10/2014MEPs back Juncker’s Commission lineup
  99. 21/10/2014Congolese doctor picks up top EU rights award
  100. 21/10/2014European Commission: Barroso bows ahead of vote on Juncker’s new team
  101. 20/10/2014EU to create Ebola czar
  102. 17/10/2014Mediterranean mayors call on EU for help to deal with influx of migrants
  103. 16/10/2014EU energy chief reassures households over winter gas shortage threat
  104. 16/10/2014Ebola crisis: EU pushes for improved screening in affected countries
  105. 16/10/2014Brussels: Farage and Grillo’s parliamentary bloc collapses
  106. 15/10/2014EU’s Juncker junks Bulc as next energy czar
  107. 15/10/2014UK starts Ebola screening at airports
  108. 15/10/2014MSF steps up staff training to tackle Ebola
  109. 14/10/2014progress in the reduction of bureaucracy
  110. 14/10/2014France set for bruising EU budget row
  111. 13/10/2014EU finance ministers aim to defuse Paris, Berlin row
  112. 13/10/2014NGO says MEPs boosting earnings with second jobs
  113. 10/10/2014EU aid flights head to Ebola-hit West Africa
  114. 10/10/2014Slovenia picks new EU job nominee
  115. 09/10/2014Germany seeks tighter EU borders to prevent jihadists heading home
  116. 09/10/2014Ex-Slovenia PM Bratusek pulls out of EU job race.
  117. 08/10/2014MEPs reject former Slovenian PM Bratusek for EU job
  118. 08/10/2014Austria’s ‘Wurst’ musical export serenades Brussels
  119. 07/10/2014Milan set for jobs, growth summit
  120. 07/10/2014MEPs grill UK’s Hill again over lobbying past
  121. 07/10/2014EU tax probe asks Amazon to open its books
  122. 07/10/2014Kurdish protesters storm European Parliament
  123. 06/10/2014Juncker’s ‘weakest’ links leave cracks in next commission
  124. 06/10/2014UNICEF warns of Ebola risk to health services
  125. 03/10/2014NATO forces carry out drill in Poland
  126. 02/10/2014Moscovici rebuffs ‘bias’ suggestions
  127. 02/10/2014Belgians eat insects
  128. 02/10/2014MEPs recall Britain’s Hill for second hearing
  129. 01/10/2014Spain’s EU pick comes under fire for ‘oil links’
  130. 30/09/2014Amnesty warns EU again on ‘Fortress Europe’
  131. 29/09/2014MEPs quiz EU’s next trade czar ‘in waiting’
  132. 28/09/2014MEPs take aim at Juncker’s candidates
  133. 26/09/2014German fears cloud EU-Canada deal
  134. 26/09/2014Ukraine, Russia mull EU gas deal
  135. 24/09/2014EU counter-terrorism chief says EU is fighting terrorism increasingly effectively
  136. 24/09/2014Europol launches biggest ever Europe-wide crackdown on organised crime
  137. 23/09/2014UN urges EU not to forget Gaza
  138. 23/09/2014MEP’s unveil right prize nominees
  139. 22/09/2014Love knows no borders, EU study shows
  140. 22/09/2014Belgian police play down EU attack reports
  141. 18/09/2014Brussels celebration for European Effie Awards for marketing
  142. 16/09/2014MEPs express support and surprise over landmark EU-Ukraine deal
  143. 15/09/2014Ebola: EU states urged to commit additional cash
  144. 15/09/2014Ukraine considers key postponed EU deal amidst Moscow pressure
  145. 11/09/2014Pope to address MEPs
  146. 11/09/2014Catalonia seeks Scottish inspiration
  147. 10/09/2014New EU Commission gives key economic posts to France, Britain
  148. 09/09/2014EU sanctions against Russia delayed for now
  149. 08/09/2014EU Russia sanctions delayed
  150. 05/09/2014Russian ambassador to EU on Ukraine ceasefire
  151. 04/09/2014Member states choose nine female EU Commissioners
  152. 03/09/2014Mogherini faces MEPs after nomination
  153. 03/09/2014EU set to hit Russia with more sanctions
  154. 03/09/2014EU initiative aims to support agricultural sectors hit by Russia sanctions
  155. 30/08/2014Russia-Ukraine intrudes on EU top job summit
  156. 18/08/2014EU promises aid to help farmers hit by Russia sanctions
  157. 15/08/2014Brussels to help EU farmers hit by Russian import ban
  158. 13/08/2014Greek farmers suffer in economic war between Russia and EU
  159. 02/08/2014“I don’t want to imagine their screams” – historian recounts carnage of WWI battlefield in Alsace
  160. 31/07/2014EU formally blacklists Putin cronies
  161. 31/07/2014Juncker wants more women in top EU jobs
  162. 30/07/2014Russian envoy says EU sanctions will ‘backfire’
  163. 29/07/2014EU probe finds Kosovo fighters committed crimes against humanity
  164. 28/07/2014EU slams Hungary’s new advertising tax
  165. 24/07/2014EU mulls tougher Russia sanctions
  166. 23/07/2014EU attitude to Moscow has changed, says Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin
  167. 22/07/2014EU raises possibility of economic sanctions against Russia
  168. 17/07/2014EU top jobs puzzle, more time to scratch heads
  169. 16/07/2014How are the EU’s top jobs decided?
  170. 14/07/2014EU leaders seek to appoint top officials