New legislation grants whistleblowers across the European Union greater protection and shields them from retaliation. The legislation is aimed at
The bosses of BMW and Deutsche Telekom have urged the German government to take action to block a European Commission
The far right even had hopes for a ruling coalition with the mainstream right.
The United States is reportedly considering imposing import tariffs on almost $11 billion worth of goods that originated in the
Facebook has imposed a permanent ban on at least a dozen far-right groups and their leaders, saying they fall under
From Ukraine’s ‘Servant of the People’ to Merkel’s EU Future: EU’s Top Stories on April 20-21, 2019, Ranked
The 10 EU news and developments from April 20 - 21, 2019, ranked in order of importance.
Zelensky has vowed to return home the Ukrainians held in captivity by the pro-Russian forces in Donbass.
The lead of the leftist bidder is only several thousand votes.
The European Parliament has approved new minimum rights for workers in so-called “gig economy” jobs such as Uber drivers and Deliveroo riders. The law
From European Parliament’s Last Day to Facebook’s Political Ads: EU’s Top Stories on April 18, 2019, Ranked
The 10 EU news and developments from April 18, 2019, ranked in order of importance.
German prosecutors have charged former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn over his role in the diesel emissions scandal. Four other managers