The EU elections are the world's second largest exercise in democracy, with 427 eligible voters.
May served as British Prime Minister for nearly 3 years, and her term was entirely dominated by Brexit.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg on July 2, 2019.
Facebook has removed dozens of pages and hundreds of profiles based on the findings of Avaaz.
The UK leader is throwing everything she has in the struggle to convince the British MPs to pass her thrice
Bayer has inherited a large number of lawsuits with its 63-billion-dollar takeover of US company Monsanto.
May's cross-party talks with Labor seem to have achieved little more than angering her own party.
The fourth and last parliamentary vote on the UK's Brexit deal with the EU is widely espected to be unsuccessful.
The British leader still hopes to realize Brexit before the summer.
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.