Brexit figurehead Farage returns to fight prime minister's plan
Nigel Farage, who spearheaded the drive to get Britain out of the EU, announced Saturday he was returning to the fray in a bid to scupper the government's Brexit blueprint.
Over 450 people hurt in Romania protest clashes
More than 450 people were hurt and around 30 arrested during a huge anti-corruption protest in Bucharest, Romanian police said on Saturday, a day after the rally.
EU extraditions to Britain should continue until Brexit: court
EU countries should continue extraditions to Britain until it leaves the bloc next year, despite claims that Brexit could cause uncertainty for suspects, the legal advisor to the union's top court said Tuesday.
EU, US warn Zimbabwe over post-election crackdown
The European Union and United States on Tuesday condemned violent attacks targeting the Zimbabwe opposition since elections last week, as 27 supporters of the MDC party were released on bail.
May's Brexit blueprint shot down by Brussels
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces being hobbled by the EU's rejection of key planks of her departure plan, stoking fears of a hard Brexit as calls grow for a second referendum.
UK launches Brexit toolkit for EU citizens
Britain on Wednesday launched a toolkit offering advice to companies employing EU citizens who wish to remain in the UK following Brexit.
EU anti-trust officials probe Thales, Gemalto merger
The European Union said Monday it has launched an anti-trust investigation into the planned purchase by French aerospace and defence group Thales of SIM manufacturer Gemalto. The European Commission, the 28-nation EU's executive arm, said it wants to determine whether the merger will increase prices as well as reduce choice and innovation for customers of…
Trump slams record EU fine against Google
President Donald Trump lashed out Thursday after Brussels hit US tech giant Google with a record fine, and warned he would no longer allow Europe to take "advantage" of the United States.