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Ministers for the European Union from the bloc's 27 remaining member states on Monday approved the terms under which chief negotiator Barnier will discuss Britain's departure, Deutsche Welle reported.
Thousands of Hungarians have once again marched to the parliament in protest against Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s clampdown on a top foreign university and non-governmental organizations.
The leaders of France and Italy have called for more integrated EU action to tackle the on going migration crisis, Euronews reports.
Marine Le Pen has acknowledged that her controversial debate performance against French presidential rival Emmanuel Macron earlier this month was peppered with “too much fury”, Euronews reported.
Consumer confidence in the 19 countries that make up the eurozone rose less than expected in May according to a preliminary estimate by the European Commission
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blasted the European Union for forcing his country to, as he said, "crawl before the gates of the EU".
Theresa May has pledged to make it more difficult for foreign companies to take over UK firms.
The German Federal Foreign Office in a press release on Thursday, distributed by the German Embassy in Skopje, welcomes the decision of President Gjorge Ivanov to award the mandate on government formation all the while calling his remarks about the Germa
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has stood down as leader of Fine Gael, the BBC reported.
Ukrainian and EU officials have signed a long-awaited visa waiver deal, Euronews reported.
Greek ferry, bus and train services were disrupted and civil servants and doctors stopped work in nationwide walkout on Wednesday, as lawmakers debated austerity measures that lenders want the indebted country to implement, Euronews reported.
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The European Commission will launch infringement proceedings against the Italian government on Wednesday over its handling of an emission-cheating investigation into Fiat Chrysler (FCA), German daily Handelsblatt reported on Tuesday, Euronews reported.
Russia’s Facebook and Google equivalents have been banned in Ukraine – hitting millions of web surfers, Euronews writes.
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