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Hungary ready for compromises with Brussels to unblock recovery funds
National minister Tibor Navracsics told Euronews that Budapest is ready to "speed up negotiations as much as possible."
MEPs denounce fresh reports of migrant pushbacks in Greece
MEPs on the Civil Liberties Committee are calling on the Commission to ensure that the rule of law is respected at the bloc's external border.
EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews the latest bill from London is "illegal", "not a serious offer" and threatens the EU's single market.
EU to purchase 110,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine
The first deliveries will begin at the end of June, EU Commissioner Stella Kyriakides has announced.
Brussels to 'rapidly' release delayed EU funds for Palestinian schools
A months-long dispute around the content of textbooks effectively blocked the whole package of financial aid.
Von der Leyen defends controversial approval of Polish recovery plan
MEPs urged the Commission to withhold payments until all judicial reforms are carried out.
MEPs want confidence vote in VDL over COVID cash decision for Poland
Senior MEPs have criticised von der Leyen for approving Poland's recovery plan despite concerns over its rule of law provisions.
Brussels' green light of Poland's recovery plan reveals loopholes
The agreement with Brussels doesn't include the automatic reversal of the decisions taken by the disciplinary chamber.
Brussels approves €35B Polish recovery plan despite rule of law doubts
The plan was blocked for more than a year over controversial judicial reforms in Poland.
Croatia could adopt euro in 2023 as Commission gives the all-clear
The eurozone could grow by 4 million people on 1 January 2023, if EU leaders approve later this month the Commission's recommendation to let Croatia adopt the single currency.
EU leaders hash out deal over Russian oil ban at special summit
EU leaders will discuss food security and energy at a special summit on Monday.
Rule of law situation in Hungary has detoriated, says EU
A hearing was held by the EU's European affairs ministers in the Belgian capital on the Article 7 procedure against Budapest.
EU fiscal rules to remain suspended to cushion impact of Ukraine war
The announcement from Brussels come in the midst of record-breaking inflation and economic stagnation.
Huge growth cuts and soaring inflation: EU makes economic forecast
Brussels has been giving its economic forecast today.
Brussels aims to circumvent Moscow's blockade of Ukrainian ports
It wants to help Kyiv export crucial goods like grain to help soften the blow to the global economy.
'Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in EU's single market'
It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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EU's plan to tackle online child abuse spark privacy rights fears
Privacy activists are sounding the alarm over the European Commission's plans to clamp down on online child abuse, warning that it would usher in "mass surveillance" in the bloc.
A week on, the EU appears no closer to a Russian oil embargo
Unlike other rounds of sanctions against Moscow approved swiftly by member states, these talks have been slow and optimism is diminishing.
Von der Leyen backs ending unanimous voting in some areas of EU
The idea is to speed up EU decision making.
How Brussels changed its rulebook over new Russian sanctions
EU ambassadors were given the proposed sanctions hours before von der Leyen made them public in the European Parliament.
EU immigration is broken. Brussels is unlikely to fix it.
EU rhetoric concentrates on fighting illegal immigration when only a tiny fraction of new arrivals come to Europe illegally. The vast majority of skilled migrants are doing low-skill jobs despite Europe's growing labour shortage.
Apple Pay: EU accuses Apple of abusing dominant position
The European Commission says it believes Apple is preventing rivals from accessing the technology behind its mobile payment system Apple Pay.
EU countries paying gas in roubles may face legal action: Dombrovskis
The European Commission's Executive Vice President told Euronews the EU "cannot give in to Russia's blackmail."
EU proposes law to combat 'gag orders' on journalists and activists
Press freedom activists have welcomed the move as a "first step".
Brussels to present circular economy plans in bid to reduce waste
The aim is to limit the use of natural resources and create jobs and growth that is more sustainable.
Brussels aims to coordinate gas purchases in bid to lower costs
There are currently 160 storage facilities in the EU that are around 26% full.