The Polish Constitutional Court's ruling on finding some EU treaties articles incompatible started a debate on Polexit, Poland's possible departure from the EU.
EU Commission report overlooks responsibilities towards candidate country and reflects double standards, says Turkey's Foreign Ministry.
European Union offers hundreds of millions of dollars in aid provided the group meet certain conditions including a promise to uphold women's rights.
Devastating fires reach as far north as Russia and have hit continental Europe amid a scorching heatwave.
European Commission unveils a broad climate package that aims to meet a more ambitious greenhouse gas emission cut goal to make Europe the "first climate-neutral continent".
The blaze, which began on Saturday afternoon outside the village of Arakapas, spread quickly amid strong winds and forced the evacuation of at least eight mountain villages, destroying homes and scorching pine forests and orchards.
Luxembourg-based General Court ruled that European Commission’s 2019 ruling failed to state reasons for its decision not to register the ECI, a petition aimed at preventing EU companies from importing goods produced in settlements.
PM Mario Draghi wanted to propose at May 24 summit that EU make a deal with Libya to offer financial aid in exchange for hosting refugees, local media had reported.
EU launches legal action against pharmaceutical giant for not respecting its contract for the supply of Covid-19 vaccines, but AstraZeneca says it fully complied with advance purchase deal and will strongly defend itself in court.
Calling for building bridges between Turkey and EU, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the economy is one of the most important areas of cooperation since Turkish exports to the EU total $81.8 billion.
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier presented the Order of Merit to Ozlem Tureci and Ugur Sahin, whose families were migrants of Turkish origin, at a ceremony held at the Bellevue Palace, which was also attended by Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Border pushbacks that deny migrants their right to apply for asylum and collective expulsions are illegal under international refugee treaties, which allow people fearing for their safety to seek protection.
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