Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán withdrew his support from Manfred Weber Monday at a press conference with Austrian far-right politician Heinz-Christian Strache.
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"We hope that we don't have to impose tariffs on each other," EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom told Euronews' The Global Conversation programme.
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom talks about EU-US relations and ties to China.
"I believe one of the reasons why the extreme right is on the rise in many parts of Europe is people are fed up with the way the financial sector has been behaving."
With European Parliament elections coming up, the spitzenkandidatens - parties' chosen candidates for the top job - will be in the spotlight.
The leader of the far-right French party National Rally was in Strasbourg as MEPs converged on the European Parliament. On Monday she unveiled her anti-EU campaign platform for the European Elections.
A new whistleblower directive was approved by EU negotiators on Tuesday in Strasbourg. But at a press conference, when asked whether Julian Assange was a whistleblower, the reply was "no comment".
EU Commission investigates former company of Hungary's right-wing PM's son-in-law for price-fixing allegations
But will it be enough?
VW, Daimler and BMW supressed the development of emissions fighting technology, the EU competition regulator says.
It was a multi-pronged attack on Bucharest.
"The new disciplinary regime undermines the judicial independence of Polish judges," the EU Commission's First Vice-President, Frans Timmermans, said.
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In a vote on Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to end mandatory time changes. Starting in 2021, EU member states will be able to decide on their own if they would like to participate in time changes.
On Saturday, Italy signed a "non-binding" protocol to participate in China's new silk road. The decision has sparked scepticism in the EU, with Commissioner Günther Oettinger asking EU countries to consider a veto.
Dozens of people were evacuated from a building near the European Union's headquarters on Tuesday morning. But after combing nearby streets, police confirmed it was a false alarm.
Brexit chaos is dominating the headlines. Euronews asked the opinion of the former head of the executive body of the EU and Italian prime minister
The billboards were covered on the road from Budapest's airport to the city centre but left bare in the other direction.
A carnival float at a parade in Belgium has caused outrage for displaying giant caricatures of Jews sitting on bags of money.
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Euronews' Sandor Zsiros speaks to Corina Creţu, European Commissioner for Regional Policy to talk about future achievements and challenges.