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MEPs were branded “ridiculous” and “not serious” in a bitter attack by EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
His outburst was prompted by just 30 of the
The Asian nation holds its first-ever presidential runoff, after a campaign marred by corruption scandals.
Police and anti-capitalist demonstrators clashed as thousands marched on the eve of the two-day meeting.
The 2017 Silk Way Rally is about to start a breathtaking adventure of nearly 10,000 kilometres through Russia, Kazakhstan and China.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top EU news stories.
The UK must 'face the facts', the EU Commission's chief negotiator warns the UK over its trade terms wishlist
EU interior ministers have refused to support an Italian proposal to open up European ports to ships carrying migrants.
Quick Step's Marcel Kittel has won stage six of the "Tour de France":http://www.letour.fr/us/, powering out of the back of the bunch to seize victory in Troyes by a bike length.
Boys and girls from 64 different countries have been sharing their passion for the beautiful game at the 5th edition of Football for Friendship organized by Russian giant Gazprom in St…
Amnesty International has branded the detention of eleven people near Istanbul including its local director a “grotesque abuse of power”.
MEPs on Thursday backed a report calling for EU membership talks to be suspended with Turkey if the country implements planned changes to its constitution.
President Macron's government is moving to consolidate the Paris climate deal despite the US withdrawal
His Pakistani parents wanted an arranged Muslim marriage for him, but comedian Kumail Nanjiani chose American writer Emily V Gordon as his wife - and the pair wrote a movie about it.
Denmark's Crown Prince officially opened the Tirpitz Museum on Thursday
The European Parliament requests a suspension on accession talks for Turkey if it goes ahead with a constitutional overhaul that would expand President Erdogan's powers.
Former model and London-based blogger Aiste Miseviciute has tried countless high-class restaurants around the world and reviews them regularly on her blog…
"Long live San Fermin!" yelled a young woman from the balcony of the Pamplona Town Hall
Devastating floods prompt thousands of evacuations in southwestern Japan.
The US President was delivering a major speech in the Polish, at the foot of the Warsaw Uprising Monument.
Tens of thousands have taken part in the so-called "march for justice", which began on June the 15th
Just a day before his first face-to-face meeting with President Putin, Donald Trump has accused Russia of "destabilising behaviour".
Earthquakes in the USA and the Philippines caused a social media buzz on Thursday, July 6, with some Twitter users declaring an apocalypse was coming.
As our tastes in travel destinations become more exotic, the private travel market is getting more accessible to the average traveler.
American rapper JAY Z's album 4:44 went platinum in under a week, despite only being available online.
This year is on its way to becoming the most deadly for migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
The head of the self-styled Libyan National Army said the city will enter a new era of peace and security
Established in 1987, the Erasmus programme offers university students the opportunity to study in a foreign country and to have the exams that they completed abroad recognised on their return.
Authorities in Hamburg are bracing themselves for violent protests on the eve of a two-day G-20 summit.
record rain in south west Japan forces 400,000 from their homes