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Jun 29, 2016
Brexit: EU farewell summit with UK sees no progress on exit negotiationsPM David Cameron bid goodbye to his EU counterparts in a "sad" Tuesday summit in Brussels, while leaders' hands were tied on follow-up action.
Jun 28, 2016
UK PM David Cameron heads to Brussels for EU summit on Brexit votePM David Cameron is heading to Brussels on Tuesday to address a summit on why the UK voted to leave the EU as a result of a referendum held last week.
Jun 25, 2016
Britain's European Commissioner Jonathan Hill to resign following the Brexit voteBritain's European Commissioner Jonathan Hill announced Saturday that he will stand down following his country's decision to leave the EU, saying he was "very disappointed" but "what is done cannot be undone."
May 09, 2016
Europe Day celebrations muted in Britain as Brexit prospect looms largeWith a Brexit referendum slated for 23 June, Monday may indeed be the last time that Britain will be a part of the European Union Flag Day celebrations.
Nov 30, 2015
'Historic day': Turkey boosts EU bid, gets $3.2 billion to host Syrian refugeesTurkey and the European Union agreed at a summit on Sunday on a "historic" three-billion-euro ($3.2 billion) aid deal to stem the flow of Syrian refugees and other migrants to Europe.
Oct 26, 2015
Migrant crisis: EU, Balkan nations to set up one lakh reception centres to manage chaosThe European Union on Monday pledged to help set up 100,000 places in reception centres along the migrant route through the Balkans, in a bid to end rising tensions on its eastern frontier over how to deal with the crisis.
Oct 25, 2015
With 670,000 displaced persons heading for Europe, EU and Balkans leaders hold crisis refugee summitEuropean Union and Balkan leaders hold emergency talks on Europe's refugee crisis on Sunday amid threats from three frontline states to close their borders if northern EU countries stop accepting migrants.
Jul 08, 2015
Greece races against clock to submit reform proposalTsipras insisted last Sunday's referendum result, in which voters soundly rejected a previous creditors' reform proposal, does not mean a break with Europe.
Jul 03, 2015
It's official: Greece declared in default ahead of knife-edge referendumThe news will come as a fresh shock to Greece's 11 million people, and will hang over two major, rival rallies taking place in Athens today seeking to galvanise 'Yes' and 'No' support for Sunday's referendum.
Jan 08, 2015
Paris shooting: EU to submit new proposal to fight terrorismThe European Commission will submit new proposals to fight terrorism in the next few weeks following the deadly Islamist attack in France, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Thursday.