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Watch: What's the European Commission and what does it do?
Here's our short guide to the European Commission.
North Macedonia: VDL urges MPs to back compromise for EU accession
The president of the European Commission told lawmakers in Skopje that accession negotiations could start "as soon as next week" if they approve the French proposal.
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.
Explained: What's the cooling-off period for EU Commissioners?
The period restricts former commissioners from taking jobs that entail lobbying its former employer.
EU ombudsman calls Commission response over texts 'problematic'
The case investigates the EU's purchase of COVID-19 vaccine contracts.
'Heartbreaking': Brussels dashes Georgia's EU hopes
Georgia has "lost relevance" for Europe, claimed Georgian politician Irakli Kobakhidze, after his country's EU membership bid was kicked down the road Friday.
The truth behind the EU Taxonomy: What counts as green investing?
The EU’s Taxonomy Regulation first began in 2018 as a framework for facilitating sustainable investment. But it's since become controversial.
EU countries 'caught between two extremes' over press freedom
"Polarisation to the west, war and propaganda to the east" is how Reporters Without Borders sums up the press freedom situation in the EU.
Stand Up for Ukraine event raises more than ten billion euros
The official international fundraising effort came as stars from stars from film, TV, sports and music signed up to a social media campaign to support Ukraine.
H&M, Boohoo and Zara among brands to be fined, under tough new EU laws
This week, the European Union becomes the first world region to recognise the link between fast fashion and fossil fuels.
Tensions surface over energy prices as EU summit draws to a close
The two-day EU leaders summit in Brussels centered largely on strategies aimed at dealing with Europe's dependency on Russian energy.
New EU law could force large companies to respect the environment
If a company identifies these, issues it must take appropriate action to prevent or stop them.
Will the EU regulate the metaverse? It's looking likely
"The metaverse is here already. So of course we start analysing what will be the role for a regulator," said the EU's Margrethe Vestager.
Tech this week: EU to make USB-C chargers mandatory for all phones
EU plans one mobile charging port for all, in setback for Apple and Netflix lands deal for Roald Dahl's catalogue.
What do MEPs think of von der Leyen's State of the Union speech?
Euronews speaks with Members of the European Parliament to see how they feel about the many proposals and priorities that von der Leyen outlined during her annual speech.
What are the key takeaways from Wednesday's State of the EU speech?
The fights against COVID-19 and climate change as well as migration, respect for rule of law and a European defence policy are the main issues Brussels will wrestle with in the coming months.
Brussels admits link between COVID cash delays and EU values respect
Hungary and Poland, accused of disrespecting EU values, are both waiting for Brussels to approve their COVID recovery cash.
Sofagate: von der Leyen says seating snub in Turkey was due to sexism
Ursula von der Leyen promises to defend women's rights after saying she felt "hurt" by a seating snub during a meeting with male leaders in Turkey earlier this month.
EU's Michel 'hasn't slept well' since chair gaffe in Turkey
Footage shows the awkward moment Michel and Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the two top seats, leaving von der Leyen left wondering where she should sit. Eventually, she withdrew to a sofa, some distance from the two men.
Panama Papers: 5 years on, EU still failing to tackle tax abuse | View
Much more is needed if the EU is to take effective action to address the problems highlighted 5 years ago by the Panama Papers, says Action Aid's Anders Dahlbeck