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EU fish quota quarrel - ministers hail deal, NGOs slam overfishing
After all night talks, EU agricultural ministers said they had reached a balanced agreement that respected the environment and socio-economic sustainability. NGOs like Our Fish believe EU countries put short-term economic interests ahead of the health of their waters.
The Brief: 10 years of The Lisbon Treaty
A look at how The Lisbon Treaty has positively and negatively affected the European Union 10 years after its adoption.
EU top jobs: changing of the guard
The presidency of the European Council has been officially handed over to Charles Michel. The former Belgian Prime Minister will chair the meetings of EU leaders for the next 5 years.
Charles Michel, the consensus builder
The Belgian politician takes over from Tusk at the top table. We look at his path to power, and the skills he could bring to the role of EU Council president.
Tusk: Five years in under three minutes
We take a look back at Donald Tusk's time in office at the EU Council presidency. From financial crisis to migrant crisis and Brexit, he has weathered many European storms.
Here are the five key takeaways from the latest EU summit
Brexit, budget, climate, enlargement, Turkey's military incursion in Syria — what the EU leaders decide on the key issues?
Rule of law in Hungary deliberated in Brussels
For the first time since MEPs launched the Article 7 process against Hungary, ministers from all around the bloc discussed it in Brussels.
This is how non-English media are covering the EU summit
Journalists from Spain, Poland, Italy and more tell us what their country is focused on.
EU summit deadlock over top jobs and climate discord
No deal could be found on the race for EU top jobs. The leaders will meet again on June the 30th to continue the negotiations.
EU Summit: Power struggle to find next EU leader continues
EU leaders are in Brussels to weigh in on who should take the top jobs in the bloc
EU summit - what EU leaders are saying
As they arrive to discuss Brexit, we were there to get the latest from the summit and the thorny issue of the extension to Article 50.
EU Council President visits Ukraine
While visiting Ukraine to commemorate the Ukranian revolution, EU Council President Donald Tusk promises that Europe will never recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea. He also said that Europe will not give up sanctions against Moscow.
EU plans to end individual states' veto power on taxes
Unanimous decisions on tax matters should be phased out gradually
EU Commission to propose qualified majority on tax issues
Brussels' plan would gradually abandon unanimous decisions by the European Council
EU tells May: No renegotiation - basta!
Britain unsuccessfully tries to get concessions from EU27
Juncker backs Spitzenkandidat process
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he backs the Spitzenkandidat - or lead candidate - process in chosing his successor next year. Under that system, the presidency goes to the candidate whose party wins the most seats in the European parliament.
Brexit dominates yet another EU summit
But EU officials remain optimistic with Macron arrival to the EU stage
Kohl's death 'hurts deeply' - EU leaders pay tribute
EU leaders have paid tribute to former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who has died at the age of 87.
Brexit: Tusk and May in 'friendly' meeting
Let’s try to ease tensions.
EU unveils draft guidelines for big Brexit talks
The EU has unveiled its plans for negotiating the big Brexit, after the UK formally filed for a divorce.
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State of the Union: EU gears up for multi-speed Europe
This is the State of the Union, the weekly roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Ukraine is ready for visa-free travel, says EU
Ukraine is ready for visa-free travel – so says the European Council’s Donald Tusk.
Croatian PM calls for more EU help with refugees
Croatia’s prime minister has called on the EU to do more to help governments struggling with the influx of refugees and migrants. Croatia is one of
EU officials tells governments to keep promises on migration
A top European Commission official has said that EU countries need to keep the promises they’ve made to help refugees and migrants. Governments
EU offers 'unspent' aid to Greece in return for reform
EU officials said on Friday that Greece must unveil a list of reforms before getting any more bailout cash. The country’s international creditors
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Europe Weekly: EU Investment plans, protesters and parliamentary woes in last show of 2014
The last EU summit of 2014 has wrapped up in Brussels. A major investment plan topped the table during discussions. euronews’ show ‘Europe Weekly’