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Former EU commissioner Antonio Tajani could just edge victory in the race to become the next head of the European Parliament, according to one forecast released on…
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Slovakia has warned that the future of the European Union cannot be decided by just two or three powerful Western members.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
The Brief from Brussels is the daily round-up of all the top stories from across Europe.
Slovakia’s PM Robert Fico is back at work after a heart scare.
The Dutch government has warned the EU that time is running out to find a solution to Europe’s refugee crisis. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the
The migrant crisis, the economy, terrorism. These are just some of the big issues in Europe, as the Netherlands takes over the rotating
“To be strong, Europe has to be united.” The message from Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as he marks the start of his country’s EU presidency. He
Members of the European Commission are visiting Amsterdam to officially mark the start of the Dutch presidency of the EU Council. Prime Minister Mark
Just after this years final EU summit wrapped up, euronews spoke with Laimdota Straujuma, Prime Minister of Latvia, the country that will hold the
state of the union
It was a busy week in Europe, with Martin Schulz securing a second term as head of the European Parliament and Italy assuming the EU rotating
There was a convivial atmosphere as European dignitaries gathered in Athens to formally kick off the Greek presidency of the European Union. But 2014
“There are people who care about you. Freephone emotional support.”
This is one of the small notices that can be found on many of the bridges that
Lithuania, a country of three million people, takes over the reins of the EU for the next six months. A country ravaged by the economic downturn that
2012 was a year of economic doom and gloom, with poor growth numbers and a number of EU bailout deals.
But at the start of the 2013, the Irish
It’s the turn of the Irish to run the EU for six months. What are they going to do and has recession changed their legendary euro-enthusiasm
The European Union is currently undergoing one of the most turbulent economic periods in its short history, with political, ideological and financial
U-talk this week carries a query posted on our Internet site: What is the purpose of the European Union’s rotating presidency?
To introduce the