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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.
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Saving Europe - destroy or double-down
From the far-right to the center - politicians are setting out their grand plans and grand rhetoric for the European Union ahead of May's elections. This week we spoke to Marine Le Pen who said to save Europe we must destroy it, while centre-right German MEP Manfred Weber has other ideas.
Man kicked out of Trump-Putin news conference
A man who identified himself as a US journalist from The Nation was forcibly removed from the Trump-Putin news conference while carrying a hand-written sign.
The Brief from Brussels: Migration back on EU agenda
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital.
Germany opposes ending Turkey EU talks
Germany on Friday rejected demands to halt Turkey’s bid to join the European Union, even as some EU states said Ankara’s membership dream was dead after Turks voted to grant President Recep Tayyip Erd
The Brief from Brussels: Schulz to exit EU politics, Ukraine gets closer to bloc
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up 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.
EU27 meet in Slovakia - without Britain
The leaders of 27 EU countries are meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia after Britain’s vote to leave the bloc on June 23rd.
All eyes are on Bratislava
It’s the first time that the 27 leaders of the EU will meet since the UK voted to leave the bloc.
NATO braces for cyber war
A new era has dawned for NATO, euronews correspondent Andrei Beketov reports from the Cyber Security symposium in Mons, Belgium.
The Brief from Brussels: mulling the future of US-EU trade ahead of presidential vote
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily round up of news from across Europe.
Renzi, Hollande and Merkel discuss security and the migrant crisis
The leaders of Italy, France and Germany have been meeting on board the Italian aircraft carrier ‘Garibaldi.
Merkel, Hollande and Renzi celebrate Europe in mini-summit after Brexit blow
The leaders of France, Germany and Italy are meeting on Monday to discuss how the European Union can best bounce back in the wake of Britain’s Brexit vote.
NATO, EU ink cooperation deal
NATO and the EU have signed a deal aimed at boosting cooperation on defence.
The Brief from Brussels: NATO steps up eastern presence
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the day’s top stories from across Europe.
NATO eyes more Russia talks
NATO officials plan to hold more talks with Russia after an alliance summit later this week, the alliance’s secretary-general said on Monday.
Spain hits out at Turkey migration 'deal'
Spain hit out on Monday at a German-brokered migration deal with Turkey that will be debated by EU leaders later this week. Chancellor Angela Merkel
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Climate change - will the Paris summit see a meeting of minds on how to tackle global warming?
On the Network this week Chris Burns looks at the hopes for the Paris summit on climate change. Experts are warning that unless there is joint
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Europe Weekly: Malta migrant talks, Israeli anger over food labels and Britain's EU reform demands
In this edition of Europe Weekly, we report from Malta on talks between EU and African leaders over the migrant crisis and take a look at where
Britain's finance minister talks up EU reforms, as Brussels digests demands
Britain’s finance minister has echoed David Cameron’s confidence that EU reforms can be secured. Speaking in Brussels, George Osborne highlighted
Migrants: the EU calls an emergency summit to tackle the Balkan bottleneck
Thousands head across the fields from Berkasovo-Bapska Around 3,500 refugees and migrants have spent the night camped out in the open at the
EU meeting overshadowed by Greek debt talks
EU leaders met their counterparts from Latin American and the Caribbean on Thursday in a summit largely overshadowed by the ongoing Greek debt talks
EU pledges fresh help to Latin America, Carribean
The EU has pledged 118 million euros in investment support for Latin America and Caribbean nations at the start of a two-day summit. The European
EU warns eastern neighbours of long road to closer ties
EU leaders say they want to continue building ties with their eastern neighbours, despite pressure from Russia. However, officials say that process
Expectations low for EU summit amid fears of provoking Russia
EU leaders are set to meet in Riga, Latvia, to discuss how the bloc can forge closer ties – or not – with six of its eastern neighbours. They include
Ukraine ponders East or West
In 1945, the World War II allied leaders met at Livadia Palace in Yalta, to establish a new world order. For the last seven years, the same Crimean