EU calls egg crisis talks to end 'blaming and shaming'
The EU said Friday it would call an emergency meeting of ministers over insecticide-tainted eggs in a bid to stop "blaming and shaming" over the scandal spreading across Europe.
Macedonia aims to solve protracted name row with Greece
After a quarter-century-long dispute that has blocked its entry to NATO and the European Union, Macedonia seems determined to end the row with Greece over its name.
Angola agrees to small EU election team
Angola has agreed to allow just four experts from the European Union to monitor its elections later this month, officials said Monday, after a dispute over access to polling stations and other conditions.
EU starts legal action against Poland over court reform
The European Union announced Saturday it had launched legal action against Poland's rightwing government over a new law that it fears will erode judicial independence.
EU threatens swift response to US Russia sanctions
The European Union said on Wednesday it would respond "within days" to a vote by the US House of Representatives to impose tough new sanctions on Russia that may affect energy flows to Europe.
EU court backs migrant deportations by Austria, Slovenia
The EU's top court on Wednesday backed decisions by Austria and Slovenia to deport asylum seekers back to Croatia at the height of the European migrant crisis in 2015.
Ryanair sets deadline for Brexit air travel deal
Ryanair will slash flights between Britain and the EU if London and Brussels fail to agree on terms for post-Brexit air travel by September next year, a senior executive said Friday.
EU calls for British 'clarity' over Brexit
The EU's Brexit negotiator urged Britain on Thursday to provide more clarity on key issues after the second round of talks wrapped up in Brussels with "fundamental" differences remaining.