European foreign ministers insisted on Monday upon the need for a renewed political process to resolve the Syrian crisis.
The early presidential elections in Azerbaijan on 11 April resulted as expected in the victory of incumbent president Ilham Aliyev. The elections were boycotted by the main opposition parties and heavily criticized by international election observers.
A new campaign for a referendum on Brexit was launched Sunday. The initiators claimed that all the British, not only those elected to parliament, should have the last word.
The strikes on Saturday morning in Syria by United States, France and the United Kingdom have the backing of the EU. The Belgian government expressed understanding of the strikes.
The planned meeting in Brussels next week between the European Commission’s First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, and Hungarian-American financier and philanthropist George Soros gave rise to a spat at the Commission’s press briefing today.
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.