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A source close to the talks has told Euronews that it comes down to UK PM Boris Johnson now.
The EU has pledged €1.2 billion to Afghanistan over the next five years. But why and what does the bloc gain?
EU citizens and companies generate more and more data online, and the Commission expects a five-fold increase between 2018-2025. Vice-president of the Commission Margrethe Vestager notes that 'today only very little of all of that data is put to productive use'.
The European Commission (EC) says that around 34 million people living in the EU were born outside the bloc and that everyone has the right to "realise their full potential".
London and Brussels still have unresolved differences. But for some, the key to getting a post-Brexit trade deal is rebuilding trust between the two.
Air pollution has been on the decline over the past ten years, according to the latest figures from the European Environment Agency. However, air pollution caused the premature death of 379,000 people in the EU in 2018.
Hungary this week vetoed the EU's €1.8 trillion budget and coronavirus recovery package. What do Hungarians make of the move?
Euronews understands that the gap between the EU and UK on fisheries, competition and oversight is still big enough to collapse the talks.
As EU leaders met for a virtual summit, sources said that the videoconference was not the place to discuss such a complicated issue.
Brussels wants to increase Europe’s offshore wind capacity from 12 gigawatts (GW) now to 60 GW by 2030 and 300 GW by 2050.
Turkey must understand its behaviour is 'widening its separation' with the EU, the bloc's Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell said on Thursday.
Influential MEP Manfred Weber says the European Parliament will not back down over linking EU cash to respect for rule of law.
Hungary is the only country in the EU to trial Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine.
There are an estimated 16 million images of child abuse on the internet - at least 800,000 of them from within the EU.
French MEP Pierre Larrouturou hit the headlines recently when he went on hunger strike to protest against the EU budget.
Spain wants MEP Puigdemont's parliamentary immunity lifted so it can put him on trial over Catalonia's independence referendum in 2017.
Budapest and Warsaw governments are threatening to veto the EU budget and recovery fund over proposals to link access to cash with the respect of the rule of law.
A strengthened role for Interpol in intelligence sharing is among the ideas that are being discussed in a virtual meeting hosted by European Commissioner Ylva Johansson.
Viktor Orbán's new laws against opposing political parties and minority groups are a distraction from the country's real problems, according to one MEP.