Euronews brings you the top stories to watch out for on September 12.
Euronews takes a look at Juncker's scorecard ahead of his 2018 state of the union address.
Previewing Juncker's last major speech at the helm of the EU Commission
"Today's European Union is not connected to the people in the European Union"
The findings come after the controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr, Secretary General of the EU.
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President of the EC, Jean-Claude Juncker highlighted the results of an EU survey where 80% of the 4.6 million participants wanted summer and winter time changes to be abolished.
In this edition of State of the Union: the EU steps in to help Greece as it’s hit by deadly wildfires; EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker
Donald Trump and European Commission President agree to tackle differences after Washington talks
Cameras showed Jean-Claude Juncker rejecting Donald Trump's attempt to help him up some stairs at the White House.
The meeting between the US and EU presidents in Washington has eased tensions amid fears of a trade war, though some play down the significance of what was agreed.
Trump and Juncker ease US-EU trade tensions, promise zero tariffs
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Amid transatlantic trade relations, the EU Commission president meets Donald Trump in Washington on Wednesday
The full transcripts of two prank calls carried out by Russian pranksters on EU leaders Juncker and Mogherini.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker asks for "respect" after a video of him stumbling at a NATO summit went viral.
Russian relations, the Kardashians and rock band System of a Down were discussed with the pranksters pretending to be the Armenian prime minister. But one security expert has warned of 'unwitting espionage'.
A European Commission spokesman has denounced the question of whether European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker was drunk on Wednesday following his public stumble.
Natural disasters, World Cup reaction, a balloon, and unusual behaviour displayed at a NATO gala in Brussels have made it into this week's No Comment montage.
The European Commission president has previously revealed that he suffers from sciatica — a leg pain originating in the lower back — that can sometimes affect his movements.
In this edition of State of the Union: The migration issue plagues German Chancellor Angela Merkel, but has she now done enough to save the
A word of caution from EU Council President as marathon talks on migration wrap-up in Brussels
Looming tensions between Brussels and Rome worry markets
Brief from Brussels: The EU defends its plan to reduce agriculture subsidies, as the bloc is struggling to fill the gap in the budget following
Exhibits include a bronze statue of Marx donated by China to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.