Czech minister: EU military role in Libya to reduce migrants

2017-07-20 20:58

The Czech Republic's foreign minister has suggested that the EU consider a military engagement in Libya in attempts to reduce the flow of migrants arriving by boat from there to Europe

Netanyahu slams EU's 'crazy' Israel policy

2017-07-20 10:28

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denounced the EU's political demands on Israel as "absolutely crazy".

UK inflation rate's unexpected drop takes pressure off BoE

2017-07-18 11:15

UK inflation has unexpectedly slowed in June, giving respite to Bank of England policy makers concerned that price growth was getting out of hand.

Credit Suisse signals end of cost-cutting, job cuts

2017-07-17 18:27

Credit Suisse has signalled the era of cost-cutting and job dismissals may be soon be over, telling employees the bank will emphasize businesses that generate higher returns.

Merkel, Macron put defence at heart of blooming ties

2017-07-13 22:22

France and Germany have agreed to begin work on a joint fighter jet, a major advance in their relations designed to underline their united front in the face of fracturing Western relations.

EU Negotiator: UK must still accept it has Brexit costs

2017-07-12 14:00

The European Union is still unsure whether the UK government has accepted it must foot a bill when it leaves the bloc, say the European Parliament’s Brexit coordinator.

EU says fall of Mosul 'decisive' step against terror

2017-07-10 10:54

The European Union has hailed the defeat of the Islamic State group in Mosul as a "decisive step" in fighting terrorism but called on Iraqis to work together to improve their country.

EU warns UK: Any type of breakup will carry costs

2017-07-06 12:59

European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has signalled that even a partial withdrawal from the bloc will have consequences on the UK’s ability to interact with the EU.

EU chief to EU parliament leader: 'You are ridiculous'

2017-07-04 20:34

The head of the European Union's executive has called the legislature "totally ridiculous" during a spat over the meagre attendance at a plenary session.

Marine Le Pen charged over EU funding scandal

2017-06-30 21:11

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has been charged over claims her party illegally claimed millions of euros from the European Parliament to pay for France-based staff.


May urged to reassure businesses over her Brexit strategy

2017-07-20 14:06

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will be urged to do more to reassure businesses about her Brexit plans, as she begins her first serious consultation with companies.

'So this is Africa. Don't give lectures about our elections,' Angola tells EU

2017-07-18 12:20

Angola has rejected conditions demanded by an EU election observer mission that had been preparing to witness next month's polls in the country, state media reports.

Brexit talks get down to detail as May seeks to silence feuds

2017-07-18 09:30

Brexit negotiators will get down to the technical details of the divorce, tackling issues from nuclear cooperation to residency rights.

Europe horse meat scam revealed

2017-07-16 20:29

Authorities have arrested at least 66 people in a European food scam which sold horse meat unfit for human consumption.

Macron hosts Merkel to explore grand bargain for EU reform

2017-07-13 13:37

Germany wants France to make its economy more competitive and respect European budget rules. France wants Germany to help out on defence.

BoE's Broadbent says he's not ready to raise rates just yet

2017-07-12 11:45

Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent says he’s not ready to vote for higher interest rates, even though he sees pressures to do so building up.

EU leaders reaffirm Libya migrant policy despite criticism

2017-07-07 10:03

European Union officials have reaffirmed the need to stem the flow of Europe's migrant crisis in Libya and surrounding countries amid continued resistance in Europe to welcome refugees.

Herbicide boost for tadpoles: study

2017-07-05 18:31

Maligned as a bee-killer and possibly cancer-causing, a common herbicide has turned out to be a boon for tadpoles making them more toxic to predators, researchers say.

Google owner warns record EU fine to cut profit by $2.7bn

2017-07-01 10:40

Alphabet, Google's parent company, has warned that the European Commission’s recent antitrust fine will reduce second-quarter profit by about $2.74bn.

France's Macron due in Mali to back Sahel anti-jihad force

2017-06-30 19:28

President Emmanuel Macron is due in Mali on Sunday to consolidate Western backing for a regional anti-jihadist force, as France beefs up its counter-terror operations in the area.

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