Johnson's deal explained
The European Union's satellite and earth monitoring program can seem a complex constellation far, far away but its ever-growing services are already among us and have many possible applications.
Around 50 anti-Brexit demonstrators gathered near the European Council building in Brussels on Thursday as the EU and the UK announced that a Brexit outline deal had been reached.
Turkey's military incursion into northern Syria is "an act of war", says EU Parliament President David Sassoli, who said the EU must do what is necessary to bring the operation to an end.
European leaders on Thursday welcomed the announcement that a Brexit deal has been reached but reactions from across the Channel suggest the fight to get it passed by parliamentarians will be tough.
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London and Brussels have agreed on a Brexit deal... but it still has to get the backing of British MPs and the European Parliament.
"The EU continues its snail’s pace when it comes to gender equality progress", report says
"I would like to make a political comment at least only with what I believe. Let's be very careful with the Balkans. Don't let the Balkans get reBalkanised in the old way things were happening then," EU Commissioner Avramopoulos told reporters
There's speculation that the European Union and the UK government may be close to securing a deal over Brexit. Marathon talks went on into the early hours of Wednesday morning. The discussions have centered on the issue of the Irish border and customs.
Amelie de Montchalin, France's European affairs minister called the current EU enlargement process "an endless soap opera".
At the summit on 17 and 18 October, EU leaders will discuss how to incorporate climate change initiatives into the budget.
Apart from the immediate disastrous results for the Kurds who have freed their areas from Islamic State (IS) with tremendous sacrifice, the US troops’ pull-out will have vast security implications for Europe as well.
The European Medicine Agencies was one of the first organisations to signal it would leave London following the Brexit vote. It took hundreds of employees with them to Amsterdam.
Amid a crippling economy, Italy is trying to find a new way to boost the economy by taxing internet companies.
The UK and the EU say they have reached agreement on a Brexit deal but the British PM has yet to win the support of his parliamentary allies at home.
As the Brexit deadline on 31 October looms, there are still many uncertainties about the effects of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The effects on criminal justice, however, will be immediate and clear.
The race is on once again to try to secure a revised exit deal, with the EU and UK engaged in intensified talks ahead of an EU summit.
Europe is recognising that great-power competition is back and that autopilot solutions, or knee-jerk reactions, are no more than the illusion of a plan. The game that Europe loves so much to play, multilateralism, is under threat.
Brexit enters a new urgent phase, while the EU slammed Turkey's offensive in Northern Syria, we round up the week in Brussels and beyond.
Intensive Brexit talks will continue on Monday after the weekend’s discussions brought no breakthrough between London and Brussels.
More than 1.3 million of the estimated 3.6 million EU citizens residing in Britain have applied to the Settlement Scheme, British government figures show.
Closing the gap between rich and poor- a great aim of regional development funding. One proposal is to improve the food production system. The urban agriculture model is being tested in the suburbs of Brussels with the goal of creating more sustainable food chains in cities.
Goulard was the victim of a "political game", the French president's office said.
The UK and Irish leaders met on Thursday with few expectations of a breakthrough over a Brexit deal.
Italian politicians have backed a radical overhaul of the country's parliament that will see around a third of them losing their job.