Giovanni Kessler, the head of EU anti-fraud authority OLAF, has had his immunity from prosecution lifted, EU authorities have confirmed.
Brexit negotiations are on course to fail unless both Britain and the European Union ditch their winner-takes-all approach to the coming talks, the former president of the European commission José Manuel Barroso has said.
60 years after the signature of the Treaty of Rome the leaders of 27 EU member states, excluding Great Britain, signed today a new declaration emphasizing their commitment to renew European unity, according to BNR.
EU powerhouses France and Germany on Saturday warned Britain to expect no favours from Brussels once negotiations on the terms of Brexit finally get under way next week, writes The Local.
Theresa May is expected to announce within weeks that the UK will reclaim its waters for British fishermen by pulling out of a deal that pre-dates the EU, The Telegraph writes.
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło has spoken out against a two-speed Europe as she prepared to head off to a EU summit in Italy marking the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding Treaty of Rome.
Greece will not accept back refugees from Germany who have been refused asylum, stated Greek Foreign minister Nikos Kotzias before the meeting with his German counterpart Sigmar Gabriel in Athens.
Armed police have raided a home and closed off several roads in Birmingham, Sky News reported.
Lights on the Eiffel Tower was switched off at midnight on Wednesday in solidarity with those killed and injured in a terror attack outside Britain's parliament, reported AFP.
Houses of Parliament after a car mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and a police officer was stabbed in the terrorist attack.
A police officer has been stabbed by an unknown attacker who was shot afterwards, reported British media.
The European commission will block meat imports to the EU from all Brazilian companies involved in the scandal with products sold beyond their expiry date, stated a spokesperson of the institution.
The leader of the ruling party in Poland has stated that Warsaw will oppose all models which create different “speeds” of integration in the EU at the upcoming summit meeting in Rome this week.
The President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker is not worried that, after Great Britain leaves the EU, other member-states would want to do the same since it will become clear that Brexit is not a good option.
Free trade is going to be the main subject of the forthcoming meeting between the European Union and Japan in Brussels.
On Monday, Hungary opened officially its military base in Hercegszántó, not far from the border with Serbia.
Europe needs an entirely new policy in the sphere of migration and asylum, stated Vice President Iliyana Yotova during a discussion on the future of the European Union.
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