British prime minister faces Brexit showdown with pro-EU rebels
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a new showdown with pro-EU MPs on Wednesday over parliament's role in the final Brexit deal, which could influence her entire negotiating strategy.
EU court confirms Le Pen must repay 300,000 euros to European Parliament
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen must repay nearly 300,000 euros to the European Parliament for funds paid incorrectly to an assistant, a top EU court ruled on Tuesday.
Don't be stingy with EU reforms, minister warns Merkel
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned Wednesday that stinginess could end up costing his country and called for bold investments in Europe, in a clear criticism of Chancellor Angela Merkel's cautious approach.
Brexit law faces crucial UK parliament vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a knife-edge vote in parliament Tuesday on a crucial piece of Brexit legislation, despite warning that defeat risks undermining her negotiations with Brussels.
Malta rejects Italy's calls to take in rescue ship with 629 migrants
Malta on Sunday reiterated its refusal to open its ports to an NGO migrant rescue ship in the Mediterranean with hundreds of people on board, ignoring calls from Italy's hardline interior minister to not "look the other way".
UK's Johnson warns of Brexit 'meltdown' in secret tape
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson risked a fresh Brexit row Friday after being secretly recorded predicting a "meltdown" in the negotiations, accusing elements of the government of blocking the process and implying US President Donald Trump might handle it better.
Same-sex partners have EU residence rights, top court rules
Same-sex partners of EU citizens have the right to live in any member state whatever their nationality, the bloc's top court ruled on Tuesday, even in countries that do not recognise gay marriage.
EU urges Mali 'restraint' after opposition protest crackdown
The European Union urged Mali's government Monday to respect "freedom of expression" and "show restraint" after dozens of people were hurt in banned opposition protests two months ahead of presidential elections.