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EU Summit: What to expect from the special foreign affairs meeting
Here's a look at the big foreign policy issues EU leaders are set to tackle as they sit down for talks in Brussels.
'We'll find a solution': EU's Michel confident over COVID fund dispute
"This won't be easy, as there are different interpretations on the table, but I'm totally convinced that we'll find a solution," European Council President Charles Michel told Euronews.
Germany's EU Presidency rejects private sponsors to show 'integrity'
The practice of obtaining sponsorship from private companies to organise the rotating presidency of the EU was brought to light by a complaint to the European Ombudsman who called the member countries of the European Council to order.
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Europe's week: Germany's EU presidency, COVID-19 and Eurovision
What are the key talking points across Europe this week?
'He's very patient': Denmark PM postpones her wedding for a third time
"I have to do my job and protect Denmark's interest," Mette Frederiksen wrote on Facebook, praising her "amazing man" for being patient.
Merkel warns of 'permanent deep rift' in Europe over COVID-19 response
Merkel called on EU member states to compromise in a speech given to the German Bundestag.
EU summit: coronavirus rescue plans test Union's solidarity
As EU leaders meet to thrash out the details of the financial recovery, we look at the debates raging across European capitals.
EU budget stalemate: what happens next?
After a failed summit, the EU budget battle continues, but when will they meet again and what parts of the budget face the chop?
EU budget: Why you should care about the negotiations
The Multiannual Financial Framework being discussed by European leaders might seem a very far political fight but it has very concrete impacts in the European Citizen's lives. Here are the basics.
Croatia urged to push EU enlargement during presidential term
Western Balkan countries want the EU's newest member, Croatia, to push enlargement of the bloc during its six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union
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.
Watch: Hearty handshakes as Johnson toasts Brexit deal with EU leaders
It was all hearty handshakes and happiness as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson did a lap of honour among EU leaders.
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.
Corporate sponsorship of the EU presidency: is there a problem?
Previous host Romania was sponsored by Coca-cola among others, while Finland, which took over as the new rotating president on July 1, announced an agreement with BMW.
Meet EU High Representative nominee Josep Borrell
Spanish socialist Josep Borrell, undiplomatic head of European diplomacy?
Parliament vs Council: How did the spitzenkandidat process fail?
Parliament vs Council: How did the spitzenkandidat process get derailed?
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.
Albania and North Macedonia face new delays in EU accession talks
Albania and North Macedonia face new delays in the start of European Union accession negotiations that were originally due to start this month
Italy faces disciplinary action as Brussels and Rome at odds over debt
Rome and Brussels remain at odds over Italy's economic prospects and high debt levels, with the EC recommending disciplinary procedures against Italy
How are the EU's top jobs filled and when? | Euronews explains
The inevitable horse-trading has begun as candidates vie for top EU jobs including president of the Commission, EU Council and European Central Bank.