After a week of "confessional" meetings between aides to summit chairman Donald Tusk and envoys from other member states, which should conclude today (23 November), people involved said many opposed demands British Prime Minister David Cameron laid out in a letter to Tusk two weeks ago.
Russia feels increasingly under threat from developments in the Middle East and appears to be serious about cooperating with the West to resolve the war in Syria, Germany's foreign minister said yesterday (22 November).
Crimea was left without electricity supplies from Ukraine on Sunday (22 November) after pylons carrying power lines to the Russia-annexed peninsula were blown up the previous night.
Andrejs Vasiļjevs is the CEO and Rihards Kalniņš is the Business Development Manager of the European language technology company Tilde, which specializes in developing multilingual tools for a wide range of languages.
Regions are beginning to be acknowledged as important actors in the international climate change negotiations. Towns and regions have long been instrumental in implementing international climate commitments, but they want greater recognition for their efforts.
SPECIAL REPORT / The European Commission's planned Circular Economy Package of waste and recycling laws will highlight the role of construction and demolition.
Kimberly Howe, PhD Senior Researcher at the Feinstein International Center at Tufts University, has interviewed some 60 donors, international NGOs and Syrian organisations involved in cross-border operations from Turkey into northern Syria.
Ireland will issue up to 500 work permits for migrants employed in its fishing industry who are from outside the European Economic Area, and ensure they are paid the minimum wage, the government said after an enquiry prompted by the ">
The Chatham House Report for the Moving Energy Initiative highlights that there are now 60 million for
Prime Minister Charles Michel, speaking after a meeting of security chiefs called to review the threat status, said the capital's metro, universities and schools would be closed on Monday.
Brussels shut its metro system as a terror alert was raised to its highest level Saturday, with a gunman still on the run after the Paris attacks which have sent jitters through Europe.
A ‘mea culpa’ emerged from the emergency meeting on security matters on Friday (20 November), as EU member states acknowledged they did not use all the tools at their disposal to address the terrorist threats.
The European Commission is putting pressure on member states to step up their performance on transport--the Netherlands came in at the top of the list and Romania ranked last.
Small and medium-sized companies in traditional sectors have lost the momentum to prepare for the next industrial revolution, Industry 4.0.
A spokesman for Russia's state-owned nuclear firm Rosatom said the plant, Egypt's first, would be built at Dabaa in the north of the country and was expected to be completed by 2022.
"Traditionally we have waited for patients to ask for help. That's not enough anymore.
The EU's food and drinks industry has developed a set of principles for research conduct that will apply to the sector.
Experts have suggested local, smaller living quarters for refugees. Collective living quarters are not only distressing for the people who live in them, but also limits integration in local communities, a study presented by the Robert Bosch Foundation said on Thursday (19 November).