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Explained: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?
The EU and the UK continue to be at loggerheads over the special trade arrangement.
EU hits back after UK moves to change post-Brexit trade rules
London insists the planned legislation would not break international law.
EU and US agree to strengthen global supply chains amid Ukraine war
The two sides were meeting in Paris for the second Trade and Technology Council.
EU 'held hostage' by Hungary over Russian oil ban, Lithuania claims
Twelve days after the Commission unveiled its plans to impose a phased embargo on Russian oil, negotiations are still dragging on. Hungary is now being accused of keeping the sanction package "hostage".
Talks on an EU-wide Russian oil ban could drag on until end of May
Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are against the timeline of banning Russian oil imports by the end of the year.
'Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in EU's single market'
It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Brussels and Tokyo vow stronger cooperation on Russian sanctions
The EU's Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel were in Japan on Thursday to discuss efforts to counter Russia's aggression on Ukraine and its impact in the Indo-pacific region.
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What have we learned from the Conference on Future of Europe? | View
Professor Alberto Alemanno examines the lessons learned from the citizen-driven, bottom-up process to reform the EU.
Explained: Why EU countries are at odds over treaty changes
Supporters of treaty changes say that it will make the EU quicker to respond to crises like COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine but opponents say it will take too much political energy that's currently needed elsewhere.
EU should be ready for 'economic sacrifices' to stop Russia
In an interview with Euronews, Vsevolod Chentsov says he's disappointed with Hungary for blocking the EU ban on Russian oil.
Don't forget Syria, says EU foreign policy chief as €6bn is raised
The sixth annual conference on supporting the future of Syria was held in Brussels on Tuesday.
The EU may have reached its 'whatever it takes' moment.
Draghi's famous "whatever it takes" comments helped save the euro. Can these words once more bring unity as the bloc deals with war on its doorstep and a crippling energy crisis?
Macron warns against humiliating Russia over war in Ukraine
The French president was speaking on Europe Day in Strasbourg at the closing ceremony of the Conference on the Future of Europe.
Von der Leyen backs ending unanimous voting in some areas of EU
The idea is to speed up EU decision making.
How will Sinn Fein's win in Northern Ireland impact Brexit?
The historic vote in Northern Ireland was succeeded by well-rehearsed accusations of inflexibility from both Brussels and London.
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Europe Day: What is it and what does it represent?
The commemorative day honours the moment that is today considered the genesis of European integration.
Can the EU or Ukraine ever use Russia's frozen assets?
The answer is: maybe. But it will take a lot of time and legal fees.
How Brussels changed its rulebook over new Russian sanctions
EU ambassadors were given the proposed sanctions hours before von der Leyen made them public in the European Parliament.
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Europe's week: Russian oil ban dominates the agenda in Brussels
An embargo on Russian oil imports would be considered the most radical and consequential step taken by the bloc in response to Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Orban criticises EU plans to sanction head of Russian Orthodox Church
Patriarch Kirill's support of Putin and the war has already drawn condemnation with Pope Francis warning him not to become "Putin's altar boy".
Kremlin-backed media are evading EU ban on content, says report
The Disinformation Situation Center says Russian state broadcasters are still able to disseminate materials to EU users on social media.
MEPs want to reform how they're elected. Here's how.
EU lawmakers have approved draft legislation to reform the bloc's parliamentary elections which they hope will lead to greater engagement and transparency.
EU immigration is broken. Brussels is unlikely to fix it.
EU rhetoric concentrates on fighting illegal immigration when only a tiny fraction of new arrivals come to Europe illegally. The vast majority of skilled migrants are doing low-skill jobs despite Europe's growing labour shortage.
Brussels wants to create EU health data space to streamline access
The European Commission says its plans could lead to savings of more than €10 billion within ten years.
Italian PM calls for changes to EU treaties amid Ukraine war
Mario Draghi told MEPs on Tuesday that unanimity on foreign policy decisions needs to be revised.
Belgians resigned but not yet panicking as prices continue to rise
Inflation in Belgium is one of the highest in Europe, while Brussels has a high unemployment rate.