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'Europe shows understanding towards Turkey' - migration commissioner

With members of the European Parliament recently voting to freeze EU membership talks with Turkey, and subsequent threats from President Erdogan, questions are mounting over the future of Brussels-Ank

With members of the European Parliament recently voting to freeze EU membership talks with Turkey, and subsequent threats from President Erdogan, questions are mounting over the future of Brussels-Ank

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Marine Le Pen won't be France's next president, says Juncker

Jean Claude Juncker addresses the 'big issues' affecting Europe and the EU today. From Trump, to Brexit and the rise of the far-right.

Jean Claude Juncker addresses the 'big issues' affecting Europe and the EU today. From Trump, to Brexit and the rise of the far-right.

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Hackers target European Commission

Hackers have targeted the European Commission’s computer network – trying to overload and crash it.

Hackers have targeted the European Commission’s computer network – trying to overload and crash it.

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EU's Oettinger under fire over lobbyist's private jet flight

Germany’s Günther Oettinger denied on Wednesday any wrongdoing after it emerged he accepted a trip on a private jet from a pro-Kremlin lobbyist.

Germany’s Günther Oettinger denied on Wednesday any wrongdoing after it emerged he accepted a trip on a private jet from a pro-Kremlin lobbyist.

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EU warns eight countries on spending

The EU has warned eight eurozone countries that their spending plans for next year risk breaking the bloc’s spending rules.

The EU has warned eight eurozone countries that their spending plans for next year risk breaking the bloc’s spending rules.

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EU's Oettinger issues apology over Chinese 'slitty-eyed' slur

Germany’s EU commissioner Gunter Oettinger finally apologised on Thursday for a speech in which he called Chinese officials “slitty-eyed” and joked about gay…

Germany’s EU commissioner Gunter Oettinger finally apologised on Thursday for a speech in which he called Chinese officials “slitty-eyed” and joked about gay…

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Brexit: how hard can it be?

A look at the clues so far as to future negotiations, as the British government adopts a hardline stance on immigration while the EU digs in on free movement - with Donald Tusk saying that far from be

A look at the clues so far as to future negotiations, as the British government adopts a hardline stance on immigration while the EU digs in on free movement - with Donald Tusk saying that far from be

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Greece needs debt relief deal by end of year, MEPs urge

The European Commission must secure debt relief terms by the end of the year, according to a letter from group of 36 MEPs seen by Euronews.

The European Commission must secure debt relief terms by the end of the year, according to a letter from group of 36 MEPs seen by Euronews.

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Barroso 'Goldman Sachs' petition handed to EU officials

A petition started by EU employees against former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso with more than 150,000 signatures has been handed to officials in…

A petition started by EU employees against former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso with more than 150,000 signatures has been handed to officials in…

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EU employees set to hand in Barroso petition

A petition started by EU employees against former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso has gathered more than 150,000 signatures.

A petition started by EU employees against former European Commission President José Manuel Barroso has gathered more than 150,000 signatures.

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Pay-offs to EU chiefs set to cost more than €9 million

Exclusive: Golden goodbyes to former EU chiefs are set to cost European taxpayers more than nine million euros, Euronews can reveal.

Exclusive: Golden goodbyes to former EU chiefs are set to cost European taxpayers more than nine million euros, Euronews can reveal.

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Ex-EU official Kroes under pressure over Bahamas directorship

Just two months after its former president joined Goldman Sachs, the European Commission has been caught up in another corporate scandal.

Just two months after its former president joined Goldman Sachs, the European Commission has been caught up in another corporate scandal.

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The Brief from Brussels: EU vows to end roaming

This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.

This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.

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EU answers call to scrap 'no roaming fees' time limit

Consumers should be exempt from roaming fees no matter how long they spend abroad, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

Consumers should be exempt from roaming fees no matter how long they spend abroad, the European Commission said on Wednesday.