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The Kremlin uses our internal grievances to force a wedge between different groups of people in our societies, writes Tomáš Prouza.
The Dutch government has lent its weight to calls for the EU to freeze Turkey's membership talks, diplomats said yesterday (1 December), raising the prospect of European leaders making such a move at a summit in two weeks.
The regular end-of-year summit of EU leaders will last only one day and will end with a dinner where Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is not invited, the indicative programme of the meeting showed yesterday (1 December).
The European Parliament on Thursday (1 December) adopted spending by the European Union of nearly €158 billion for 2017, including a hefty increase to tackle the migration crisis and terrorism.
Terror networks such as the Islamic State group are evolving their tactics to attack soft targets in Europe, which could see the use of deadly car bombs, Europol warned on Friday (2 December).
President Vladimir Putin struck an unusually conciliatory tone in his annual state of the nation address yesterday (1 December), saying Moscow wanted to get on with the incoming US administration and was looking to make friends not enemies.
German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt and Violeta Bulc, the EU transport commissioner, have ended their prolonged fight over a controversial German road toll—provoking anger from neighbours but paving the way for a European-wide road tolling scheme next year.
The UK’s ruling Conservatives have lost a seat in London dubbed the ‘Brexit by-election’, seeing the pro-EU Liberal Democrats overturn a 23,000 majority.
President François Hollande shocked France yesterday (1 December) by announcing he would not seek a second term next year, acknowledging his deep unpopularity and making way for another leftist candidate to take on conservative François Fillon and far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
British transport is set for a significant low-carbon boost with several new Government consultations and funding schemed announced over the past few days in a bid to drive a green transport overhaul.
Obama e Biden non andranno ai funerali di Fidel Castro a L’Avana «Corriere» fuori: Cuba non dà il visto
L’annuncio della Casa Bianca. E Trump ha minacciato: pronto a revocare il disgelo
Un rapporto americano analizza i nuovi profili delle donne presenti nei gruppi terroristici come Isis. La presenza femminile è in aumento. E cresce il ruolo delle giovani affiliateUn rapporto americano analizza i nuovi profili delle donne presenti nei gruppi terroristici come Isis. La presenza femminile è in aumento. E cresce il ruolo delle giovani affiliate
Europe must strengthen its ties with Latin America to promote democracy, social progress and equality in the age of globalisation, write Ramón Jáuregui and Carlos Zorrinho.
The British government will start regular briefings for European journalists posted in London in a bid to win the Brexit media war.
Britain would consider making payments to the European Union in return for achieving the best possible access to the bloc's markets for businesses, Brexit minister David Davis said today (1 December).
The European Parliament is attempting to bridge the divide between East and West on the question of posted workers. In France, non-francophones are already excluded from some construction sites by the "Molière clause". EurActiv France reports.
EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly warned that the bloc needs to create jobs and restore citizen confidence in order to stop a "wave of populism" in the West. EurActiv Spain reports.
Unemployment in the eurozone has fallen below the symbolic mark of 10% for the first time since April 2011, EU data showed on Thursday (1 December).
EU countries are on track to meet their 2020 targets for renewable energy and emissions cuts but could fall short of ambitious longer-term goals, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said on Thursday (1 December).
The death of Fidel Castro on 25 November provoked reactions around the world, with sympathy and condemnation in equal measure. Berco imagines the response in the EU's Balkan candidate countries.