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Frontex 'covered up' illegal migrant pushbacks by Greece: report
Frontex's former boss and some of its staff covered up the pushbacks and lied to MEPs about it, a leaked report by the European Anti-Fraud Office (Olaf) states.
Top EU officials hacked by Israeli Pegasus spyware
The EU has found evidence that mobiles used by some of its most senior staff were compromised by an Israeli company's spy software, Reuters reports.
'A total mess': Opposition mounts against the EU's gas reduction plan
Southern countries argue the European Commission's proposed plan is disproportionate and unfair.
Northern Ireland Protocol: EU launches new legal action against the UK
The UK now has two months to reply to the letters from Brussels demanding "swift remedial actions to restore compliance with the terms of the Protocol".
90% of babies at risk from ‘toxic chemicals’ in nappies, study finds
The research conducted in France suggests this could lead to threats of disease in later life.
Energy crisis: Brussels calls on member states to cut gas use by 15%
The aim, the Commission said, is to safeguard supply to households and essential users like hospitals and key industries.
EU to target Russian gold in next round of sanctions over Ukraine war
The precious metal constitutes Russia's top export after energy and was worth more €18.5 billion in 2020.
Brussels takes Hungary to court on anti-LGBT law and Klubrádió
The two legal cases concern freedom of speech and remain unresolved after more than one year.
Annual inflation across the eurozone will peak at 7.6% in 2022
The Ukraine war and the disruption of energy and food markets continue to increase inflationary pressures.
Commission's handling of text scandal is 'wake-up call': EU watchdog
The EU's Ombudsman upheld her finding of maladministration on Thursday over the Commission's handling of a journalist's request to see the texts exchanged between Ursula von der Leyen and the Pfizer CEO.
Austria to take EU to court over 'greenwashing' of gas and nuclear
The Austrian environment minister said that "several other states have been very critical of, and very vocal also, in their criticism on the delegated act and so we will also look for further allies in the lawsuit."
Poland & Hungary in European Commission's rule of law spotlight again
The institution's annual rule of law report was released on Wednesday, evaluating the EU-wide situation.
EU welcomes Canada's decision to return Russian turbine to Germany
Ukraine has criticised the move as a "dangerous" concession to Russia, which is under heavy Western sanctions.
Explained: What's the cooling-off period for EU Commissioners?
The period restricts former commissioners from taking jobs that entail lobbying its former employer.
What do the leaked Uber Files reveal about revolving doors in Europe?
The leaked documents suggest Neelie Kroes overstepped her duties as EU Commissioner by lobbying in favour of Uber.
Ukrainians struggle to find housing as reality bites in Belgium
After a warm welcome initially, some Ukrainian refugees are now struggling to settle in Belgium.
Watch as the EU flag arrives at the Ukrainian parliament
The moment celebrated the country's newly-obtained EU candidate status.
Connecting Europe Days: Airline industry's ambitious net-zero goals
Looking to reach zero emissions in aviation by 2050, the European Commission has launched Connecting Europe Days to discuss transport and mobility, and their role in achieving the goals set out in the European Green Deal.
EU ombudsman calls Commission response over texts 'problematic'
The case investigates the EU's purchase of COVID-19 vaccine contracts.
EU proposes ban on sale of flavoured heated tobacco products
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Europe needs to keep carbon neutraility goals, despite countries returning to coal, says Sinkevičius
Europe's Green Deal still a priority, despite energy concerns from war in Ukraine, says Sinkevičius
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EU 'not seeking political victory' in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute
Brussels says a prosperous relationship with the UK and opportunities for Northern Ireland are its goals.
EU strengthens its code of practice to tackle online disinformation
EU leaders have been concerned about disinformation flourishing online during the COVID-19 pandemic and Russian propaganda amid the war in Ukraine.
Hungary ready for compromises with Brussels to unblock recovery funds
National minister Tibor Navracsics told Euronews that Budapest is ready to "speed up negotiations as much as possible."
MEPs denounce fresh reports of migrant pushbacks in Greece
MEPs on the Civil Liberties Committee are calling on the Commission to ensure that the rule of law is respected at the bloc's external border.