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Polish Catholic leader threatens to suspend anti-migrant priests

Varsovia - The honorary leader of Poland's Catholic Church on Wednesday said he would suspend any priest who takes part in anti-migrant demonstrations. "If I hear...

No Brexit breakthrough coming at summit: EU's Tusk

Brussels - EU President Donald Tusk on Wednesday warned Britain not to expect any breakthrough in Brexit negotiations at a European summit this week, saying London needed to come up with more concrete proposals.

Toxic fumes force EU summit out of new HQ

Brussels - The EU said Wednesday it is moving this week's leaders' summit out of its new 320-million-euro headquarters into a neighbouring building after chemical fumes from the kitchen sickened several people.

EU demands Israel 'reconsider' West Bank settler homes plan

Brussels - The EU on Wednesday demanded Israel reconsider plans for nearly 1,300 settler homes in the West Bank, saying they were illegal under international law and undermined the prospects for peace.

Euro parliament chief says UK Brexit budget offer is 'peanuts'

London - European Parliament president Antonio Tajani has described Britain's financial offer on Brexit as "peanuts" ahead of a crunch European Union summit this week.

EU's Tusk proposes two-year reform blitz

Brussels - EU President Donald Tusk on Tuesday proposed an ambitious timeline of 13 summits over the next two years to reboot the European Union after the shock of Brexit and other setbacks.

EU aims to boost anti-terror info sharing with Tunisia

Tunis - EU anti-terror chief Gilles de Kerchove on Tuesday called for a boosted exchange of information with Tunisia, which has seen its nationals involved in deadly attacks abroad and on its soil.

Poland gives Erdogan support on Turkey's EU bid

Varsovia - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met Tuesday with his Polish counterpart in Warsaw, his first official bilateral visit to an EU country since the failed 2016 coup in Turkey.

EU blacklists North Korean army over weapons programme

Luxembourg - The European Union blacklisted the North Korean army on Monday as part of fresh sanctions aimed at punishing the pariah regime for its nuclear and ballistic weapons programmes.

EU toughens conditions on Brexit gesture to May

Brussels - EU leaders have hardened their conditions on a goodwill Brexit gesture to Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit this week, according to a new draft of their statement on Monday.

May and Juncker agree to 'accelerate' Brexit talks

Brussels - British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said they agreed after talks Monday to "accelerate" efforts for a Brexit deal ahead of a decisive EU summit this week.

EU will send chief diplomat to fight for Iran deal in Washington

Luxembourg - The EU is to dispatch its chief diplomat Federica Mogherini to Washington next month to fight for the Iran nuclear deal after US President Donald Trump threatened to tear it up.

British PM in Brussels Monday to meet EU chief Juncker: source

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Monday to meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, ahead of a decisive EU summit this week, a Downing Street source told AFP Sunday.

Trump speech violated Iran nuclear deal: Zarif

Tehran - US President Donald Trump's speech outlining an aggressive new strategy against Iran violated Tehran's nuclear agreement with world powers, said Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.

EU summit to throw Britain a Brexit bone

Brussels - EU leaders are set to extend an olive branch to British Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit in Brussels this week in a bid to break a deadlock in Brexit negotiations.

Iran deal is working, says EU's Mogherini

Brussels - The EU's top diplomat Federica Mogherini said Friday that the Iran nuclear deal was "working and delivering", insisting US President Donald Trump did not have the power to terminate it.

Fayre's not fair for Eastern Europeans

Bratislava - Grumbling that their western neighbours enjoy better quality fayre, from chocolate to ketchup, eastern Europeans stepped up their campaign Friday for better food standards.

EU calls for quick compromise on new passport-free zone rules

Paris - The EU called Friday for a "quick compromise" between countries pushing to extend checks on the internal borders of Europe's passport-free zone and those afraid such a move would kill off European unity and freedom.

Macron confident future German govt won't oppose EU reforms

Paris - France's President Emmanuel Macron expressed confidence Friday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel's potential coalition partners would not oppose his ambitious plans to reform the European Union.

EU's Juncker says he doesn't want Catalan independence

Luxembourg - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday that he doesn't want Catalonia to become independent from Spain because it could trigger a separatist domino effect in the EU.

EU must watch IS in North Africa 'very carefully': minister

Luxembourg - EU countries must monitor "very carefully" a growing threat from the Islamic State group in North Africa as jihadists relocate there from Iraq and Syria, the bloc's current presidency warned.

EU's Juncker says the British 'have to pay'

Luxembourg - EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday that Britain must "pay" for its financial commitments to start Brexit trade talks, comparing it to someone trying to leave a bar after a round of beers.

Toxic fumes sicken 20 at EU HQ, summit plans unchanged

Brussels - Twenty people were taken ill due to noxious fumes in the kitchens of the EU's new Europa building in Brussels on Friday but officials insisted a summit of the bloc's leaders at the venue next week will go ahead as planned.

Eurozone to become 'a great country': French finance minister

Washington - French finance minister Bruno Le Maire called Thursday for the European Union to become a cohesive whole, as unified and ambitious as the United States.

EU to start internal work on Brexit trade talks: summit draft

Brussels - EU leaders will next week order internal preparations for Brexit trade talks, in a ray of hope for Britain after its hopes of launching full negotiations on future ties at a summit next week were crushed.

Landmark EU-Cuba deal to take effect from November

Brussels - A landmark cooperation deal between the EU and Cuba will take effect on November 1, Brussels said Thursday, a major step towards normalising ties as tensions run high between Havana and the US.

Brexit talks in 'disturbing deadlock', EU's Barnier says

Brussels - Britain and the EU are stuck in a "disturbing" deadlock over the Brexit divorce bill, though a breakthrough remains possible in the next two months, EU negotiator Michel Barnier said Thursday.

Philippines' Duterte threatens to expel EU ambassadors

Manila - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatened Thursday to expel European ambassadors within 24 hours, accusing their governments without citing evidence of plotting to have Manila expelled from the United Nations.

Germany cites terror threat to extend border controls

Berlin - Germany will extend border controls introduced amid the 2015 mass refugee and migrant influx by another six months until May 2018, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Thursday.

Parthenon Marbles not in any Brexit deal: EU

Atenas - Greece cannot hope to benefit from EU cultural repatriation rules to get back the Parthenon Marbles from Britain in the event of Brexit, the European Commission said Thursday.
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