The European Commission has approved a €500 million scheme to support companies active in the context of Russia’s invasion of
A growing number of EU countries are voicing their concerns over Beijing’s increasing leverage as Chinese companies gain footholds in
Only about 3% of batteries for electric cars are presently made in the EU compared with some 80% in Asia.
The EU elections are the world's second largest exercise in democracy, with 427 eligible voters.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg on July 2, 2019.
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EU countries occupy 11 of the top 20 spots in the UN-commissioned ranking.
The EU as a collective member of NATO would enhance the capabilities of the Alliance, rather than "duplicate" them.
Finland's President has denied telling Trump his country "rakes" forests to prevent wildfires.
A heatwave from Africa has hit Europe leading to high alert across the EU, with Iberian Peninsula countries Spain and
Close to half of the population in Sweden and Denmark would prefer to be a member of a hypothetical union