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Nov 13, 2017
EU seeks to boost defence cooperation; 20 member countries sign PESCO agreement to improve military mobilityThe EU will move towards closer defence ties Monday with more than 20 states signing a landmark pact that aims to boost cooperation
Sep 25, 2017
Angela Merkel wins fourth term in Germany, but rise of the far-right leaves bitter aftertasteWhile Angela Merkel's party remains the largest group in German Parliament, this is their worst performance since 1949 and pales in comparison to 2013, when they won 41.5 percent of the vote
Sep 20, 2017
Angela Merkel poised to clinch fourth term as German chancellor, polls sayBerlin: German chancellor Angela Merkel looks almost certain to clinch a fourth term in the general election next Sunday while a far-right party is poised to enter parliament for the first time since the end of World War II.
Aug 15, 2017
Brexit negotiations: UK says it may seek 'temporary' customs union with EUBritain might seek to remain in a customs union with the European Union for a time to avoid border chaos after leaving the bloc, the government's Brexit department said on Tuesday
Jul 13, 2017
Face scan for US citizens boarding international flights likely to create privacy issuesThe European Union is also moving toward face scans and fingerprint collection but limited to third, country nationals crossing external borders.
Jul 10, 2017
Brexit: MEP terms Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens 'settled status' in UK a 'damp squib'British prime minister Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens in the UK "settled status" after Brexit has been described as being "far short of what citizens are entitled to", the media reported on Monday.
Jun 30, 2017
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen charged over European Parliament funding scandalFrench far-right leader Marine Le Pen was charged with allegedly misusing European Parliament funds to pay two parliamentary aides who also work at her National Front headquarters
Jun 30, 2017
Simone Veil, iconic French feminist politician and Holocaust survivor, dies at 89Simone Veil, a French survivor of Nazi death camps and European Parliament president who spearheaded abortion rights as one of France's most prominent woman politicians, has died. She was 89.
Jun 20, 2017
Brexit: European Union, Britain can strike fair deal, says chief negotiator Michel BarnierIt's possible for the European Union (EU) and Britain to strike a fair Brexit deal which is "far better than no deal", a European Union official said.
Jun 16, 2017
Pakistan pulled up over Kulbhushan Jadhav trial; EU says human rights abuses must stop if partnership is to continueThe European Parliament on Thursday debated and adopted a resolution condemning the human rights situation in Pakistan, as well as slamming Islamabad for not allowing consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav