The new bloc would be called the European Alliance for People and Nations and would challenge the three centrist parties that have dominated the EU Parliament for more than 40 years.
EU lawmakers have endorsed a preliminary deal to rewrite the bloc's copyright rules, which will force tech giants like Google and Facebook to pay publishers and artists for using their work online.
Protesters briefly broke into Serbia's state television building in the capital Belgrade, demanding media freedom and unbiased coverage of more than three months of anti-government demonstrations.
The British government says it has secured 'legally binding changes' from the European Union to overcome a key stumbling block on the Brexit deal.
Will the European Union and China clash over China's plans in Eurasia?
The European Union promised its member countries wealth and prosperity, but a recently released report calls this premise into question.
In another arbitrary detention, Egypt’s security forces have arrested Yasser Ahmed Albaz without any charges and his daughter is hoping Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will help.
Negotiations over much-needed updates needed in the Customs Union deal will dominate the discussions.
Europe has become the main battleground in a US campaign to rid Western networks of Chinese telecoms equipment, with Washington accusing Huawei Technologies of spying for Beijing, allegations the company has repeatedly denied.
President Abdel Fattah el Sisi dismisses European calls to abolish or temporarily suspend capital punishment, claiming the practice is "in line with the region's laws and culture."
The campaign is the latest provocation by the Hungarian prime minister in his enduring conflict with the EU.
A proposed law has divided the tech world as the realities of a new economy come to dominate how people create and view content online.
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