The EU joins the ranks of other countries that have added economic sanctions against Venezuela. On Thursday, the EU recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's legitimate interim president.
Europe's attempts to buy off smugglers to prevent migrants crossing the Sahara isn't working, as Niger cracks down on the business of human smuggling reports euronews' Valerie Gauriat.
Italy defended its budget plan on Thursday as the EU stepped up pressure for the country to make changes. Raw Politics discusses if it is a power play.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Italy hijacks foreign ministers meeting in Vienna to renew plea for EU help with migrant arrivals; and a
In an interview with Euronews, Paul Oquist, a minister in Nicaragua's government and a key ally of Daniel Ortega, insists that the President will not be pressured by the protesters to resign. He accuses them of attempting a coup.
As Trump's whirlwind European tour draws to a close with a meeting with Putin, European leaders are asking whether the US and EU are friends or, as Trump recently quipped, foes?
A gloves-off approach to the Russian leader might be what Europe and its allies need to defend Western values and interests, writes the Centre for European Reform's Ian Bond.
Continuing anti-government demonstrations turn spotlight on Tehran
The head of EU foreign policy Federica Mogherini spoke about Syria during her visit saying she wanted all Syrians who fled violence in their country to be protected and to be given the option to return home when the time is right.
EU foreign ministers have agreed new sanctions against North Korea.
It comes after a series of missile and nuclear tests carried out by Pyongyang
"We are increasingly reluctant to allow our own vision of civil liberties and human rights to shape our foreign policies, owing to the potential commercial costs."
Ukrainians ended their decade-long wait for free visa access to the EU on Sunday, with parties and ceremonies.
Today Ukrainian authorities say
by Zaki Laïdi, professor of international relations at L’Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and a former adviser to French Prime
Sixty years after the EU’s founding treaty, leaders have signed the Rome Declaration during anniversary events in the Italian city.
The Union's 27 national leaders have gathered in the Campidoglio palace in the Italian capital where the six founding states signed the Treaty of Rome on March 25, 1957.
The Italian capital has been putting the finishing touches as the city prepares to mark 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome.
Deal or no deal?
EU leaders have staunchly backed the Netherlands in its diplomatic row with Turkey.
EU foreign ministers plan to keep sanctions in place against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
The EU’s foreign policy chief has underlined opposition to Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, saying no-one should be deprived of their fundamental rights.
Is there a way out for irregular migrants in Libya, or are they condemned to die there or perhaps at sea if they attempt the journey to Europe?
This is the Brief from Brussels, euronews’ daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
By Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations
Alone again. Since World War II’s end, Europe has looked at the world
This article has been modified to take account of comments made by French President François Hollande and British Prime Minister Theresa May at their meeting on July…
Boris Johnson, the new British foreign minister and leading campaigner for the UK to leave Europe, survives his first Brussels meeting with his EU counterparts.
Slovakia has warned that the future of the European Union cannot be decided by just two or three powerful Western members.