An unaccompanied minor in the EU who becomes of age during the asylum-seeking procedure retains his/her right to family reunification; this is what comes out of a ruling rendered Thursday by the EU Court of Justice (EUCJ).
After a break in the dialogue between EU and Poland on the rule of law in the country, Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans visited Poland last Monday to discuss the situation.
The ambassadors of EU and all EU Member States in Israel issued a joint statement on Wednesday on the occasion of the opening ceremony of Israel's Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day.
Focusing on Western Balkans, first statistics in seven years reveal increased school attendance but a growing gap between Roma and non-Roma in health, employment and housing.
European States agreed on Tuesday at Digital Day in Brussels that they need to come up with a joint strategy to control smart robots, noting that artificial intelligence has boundless possibilities, but also risks.
The number of Britons who have become citizens of other European Union (EU) countries more than doubled between 2015 and 2016, following the referendum at which the United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the EU, according to figures released on Monday by the European statistical office, Eurostat.
The European Commission has in recent years adopted a more rigorous approach to preparing the six Western Balkans countries for membership in the EU. The approach is based on a benchmarking mechanism for assessing all chapters of the acquis (EU law), in particular those on the rule of law and…
In 2016, 994 800 people obtained citizenship of an EU Member State, an increase of 18 % compared with 2015.
The parliamentary elections in Hungary on Sunday resulted in an overwhelming victory for Prime Minister Victor Orban and his Fidesz party which received 49 % of the votes and 67 % of the seats in the Parliament. Its majority will allow it to pass changes to the constitution and enact…
Facebook confirmed on Thursday evening to the European Commission that the data of up to 2.7 million residents of the European Union (EU) could have been “illegally” transmitted to Cambridge Analytica, a spokesperson for the Commission said on Friday at its midday press briefing.