The controversial TTIP and CETA pacts with the US and Canada respectively are both on the table.
European Union leaders have gathered in Bratislava for the first summit following the Brexit referendum.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
A small group of demonstrators gathered outside Slovakia’s presidential palace on Saturday to denounce Moscow’s role in the Ukraine crisis. The
For rail enthusiasts it is a dream come true with renovation work bringing back memories of a bygone age. A century ago a regular tram service
In Slovakia and Austria, like much of Europe, women represent only a third of entrepreneurs. So to try to redress the balance, a major initiative
Details are at last emerging about the man, 48 year-old Lubomir Harman, who shot dead seven people yesterday in Bratislava before shooting
Police in Slovakia are trying to discover why a man went on the rampage in the capital, killing seven people and wounding 15 others. Six of the
Seven people have been killed and 14 people wounded by a gunman in the Slovak capital Bratislava. Six of the victims were from the same Roma
NATO recommends favouring civilian protection in Afghanistan over hunting the Taliban, and fast-track training for Afghan army and police personnel
NATO countries have been urged to step up their efforts in Afghanistan, to train and equip local forces in the face of a growing Taliban threat
The arrival of 2009 has special significance in Slovakia, with the country becoming the 16th member of the eurozone. Prime Minister Robert Fico