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European court faults Poland over exhumations of 2010 crash victims

Strasbourg - The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Poland on Thursday for exhuming the bodies of victims of a 2010 plane crash which killed the country's president, saying it violated their families' right to privacy.

EU seeks closer North African ties to fight migrant smugglers

Salzburg - EU leaders called Thursday for more intense talks with Egypt and other North African countries to take further steps against illegal migration to Europe, particularly by fighting those who smuggle and traffic them.

Malta PM claims EU leaders 'almost unanimous' for second Brexit vote

London - Malta's prime minister on Thursday signalled unexpected support from EU leaders for a second referendum on Brexit in Britain, boosting a growing campaign for a new poll despite the British government's trenchant opposition.

EU tells Facebook 'patience at limit' on consumer rules

Apo - The EU warned social network Facebook on Thursday to bring its allegedly "misleading" consumer terms of service in line with the bloc's rules by the end of the year or to risk financial penalties.

EU to talk with Egypt, north Africans to curb migrants

Salzburg - EU leaders have agreed to open talks with Egypt and other north African countries as "an important further step" to curb migration to Europe, Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Thursday.

EU leaders 'almost unanimous' for second Brexit vote: Malta PM

London - There is "almost unanimous" backing among European Union leaders for Britain to hold another referendum on Brexit, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said Thursday.

Tensions rise as EU prepares for final Brexit stretch

Salzburg - EU leaders will on Thursday make preparations for the final stretch of Brexit negotiations, after clashing with Britain over how to bridge their differences to reach a divorce deal.

Bulgaria mulls to oppose possible EU sanctions against Hungary

Sofia - Bulgaria's defence minister said Wednesday his country would oppose EU sanctions against Hungary, which Brussels accuses of posing a "systematic threat" to the bloc's founding values and the rule of law.

Austria ex-chancellor Kern eyes Juncker's job at EU commission

Salzburg - Former Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, head of the opposition Social Democrat (SPOe) party, said Wednesday he could make a bid to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as EU Commmission president next year.

What's holding up Brexit talks? The Irish issue explained

London - The main sticking point in Brexit negotiations is the future of the Irish border once Britain leaves the EU, with Brussels and London seemingly at loggerheads over the issue.

What's holding up Brexit talks? The Irish border issue explained

London - The main sticking point in Brexit negotiations is the future of the Irish border once Britain leaves the EU, with Brussels and London seemingly at loggerheads over the issue.

EU must convince southern members over border guard plan: Austria

Vienne - The EU must convince Italy, Spain and Greece to back a plan to bolster the bloc's external borders, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Wednesday as European Union leaders met in Salzburg to discuss the politically charged issue.

McDonald's spared in EU tax probe

Apo - The European Union on Wednesday ended a long-running investigation into the tax arrangements between US fast food giant McDonald's and Luxembourg, finding the setup did not amount to illegal state aid.

EU says McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg legal

Apo - The European Union on Wednesday ended a long-running investigation into the tax arrangements between US fast food giant McDonald's and Luxembourg, finding the setup did not amount to illegal state aid.

Britain, EU clash over who should give ground on Brexit

Salzburg - British Prime Minister Theresa May clashed with EU leaders on Wednesday over who should make the next move to break the Brexit logjam, as the clock ticks down to get a deal.

EU summit to defuse migrant tension, set Brexit countdown

Apo - European leaders will gather Wednesday for a summit to put summer tensions over migration behind them and to set up the last stretch of talks for a Brexit deal.

Trump on EU's Juncker: 'tough, nasty'

Washington - US President Donald Trump called powerful EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker "nasty" on Tuesday -- but that was a compliment."He's tough, he's nasty, the kind of guy I want negotiating for me," Trump told reporters at the White House.

France, Germany issue 'urgent warning' on Poland judicial crisis

Apo - France and Germany warned Tuesday that the crisis over Poland's controversial judicial reforms is "more urgent than ever", saying months of talks between Warsaw and the EU had made little progress.

Post-Brexit Britain shouldn't favour EU workers: report

London - Britain should not offer preferential access to European Union workers over those from outside the bloc after Brexit, a government-commissioned report said Tuesday.

Tusk suggests EU Brexit summit to avert 'catastrophe'

Apo - European leaders may need to hold an extra summit in November to clinch a Brexit deal and avert "a catastrophe" when Britain leaves in March, EU President Donald Tusk warned Tuesday.

EU business group laments China's 'reform deficit'

Bejing - Foreign companies can't compete on a level playing field in China because the world's second-largest economy is stuck in a "reform deficit", the EU Chamber of Commerce in China said Tuesday.

Fresh push for second Brexit vote faces race against time

Brighton - Britain's main anti-Brexit party ramped up calls Tuesday for a second referendum -- but time could be running out as Britain approaches the last six months before leaving the EU."Brexit is not inevitable.

'Sad day' as Poland banned from EU judicial body

Bucharest - Poland was banned Monday from the EU body representing the member states' judicial institutions over its perceived lack of independence after controversial government reforms.

Hungary's Orban vows to oppose EU border-guard plan

Budapest - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday vowed to oppose an EU plan aimed at bolstering the bloc's external borders, accusing Brussels of wanting to take away Hungary's control of its own frontiers.

EU must do 'everything possible' to avoid hard Brexit, says Austria

Paris - The European Union must do "everything possible to avoid a hard Brexit," Austria's chancellor said on Monday ahead of a summit of EU leaders where Britain's exit from the bloc will be top of the agenda.

Slovak Socialist seeking top EU job vows to fight populism

Apo - Slovak Socialist Maros Sefcovic announced Monday his bid to run for head of the European Commission, the EU executive, promising to fight anti-European populism.

EU has 'too many tensions' ahead of summit, says Austria

Paris - The European Union is riven with "too many tensions", Austria's chancellor said on Monday before hosting EU leaders later this week to try and close a major rift on immigration policy.

My Brexit plan or crash out of EU: UK PM

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that her Brexit plan is the only alternative to crashing out of the European Union without agreement, in an interview broadcast Monday.

Luxembourg FM sparks Italy ire with 'fascist' jibe

Rome - Luxembourgish Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn drew the ire of Italy's Matteo Salvini Sunday after accusing the far-right interior minister of using "fascist" methods, in a worsening spat over immigration between the two men.

Approve name-change or face 'hopelessness': Macedonia PM

Kicevo - Macedonians must choose between a new name or a future of isolation and instability, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev told AFP ahead of a September 30 referendum on the issue.
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The G20 Deputy’s Meeting and Financial Market Conference in Berlin on May 19-20.
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