[ i ] Energy-intensive industries want 'compensation' for green transition side effects
[ i ] Polish row over EU law and soaring energy prices to take centre stage during European summit
[ i ] Alexei Navalny wins Sakharov Prize, the EU's highest award for human rights work
[ i ] Strict or flexible? Brussels kicks off debate to reform fiscal rules
[ i ] 'Poland will not be intimidated,' says PM Morawiecki as EU law row brought before MEPs
[ i ] EU institution overreach puts bloc's future at risk, says Polish PM
[ i ] EU considers sanctions against Belarus airline over migrant arrivals
[ i ] Janez Janša pushes far-right anti-Soros conspiracy theory in Twitter attack on MEP
[ i ] International community should end dialogue with Taliban, says youngest Afghan mayor
[ i ] EU's artificial intelligence law should serve as 'model across the globe'
[ i ] Sakharov Prize: Alexei Navalny & Jeanine Anez on EU shortlist for human rights award
[ i ] Europe's energy crisis: Brussels mulls EU-wide gas reserve to prevent price volatility
[ i ] EU announces €1 billion in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan
[ i ] Energy security dominates EU-Ukraine summit, as prices continue to surge
[ i ] EU's top court begins looking at Hungary and Poland dispute over rule of law mechanism
[ i ] Led by France, 10 EU countries call on Brussels to label nuclear energy as green source
[ i ] What powers does EU have to bring Poland into line over legal dispute?
[ i ] Platform workers gather in Brussels to demand better rights from employers
[ i ] UN chief 'asked EU states to take in more than 40,000 Afghan refugees'
[ i ] MEPs call for investigation into EU energy market manipulation amid surging costs
[ i ] EU Commission exceeding powers over rule of law crackdown, Slovenian PM Janez Janša tells Euronews
[ i ] EU commits €9 billion to Western Balkans but political divisions over enlargement persist
[ i ] Amid soaring prices, millions in Europe could struggle to heat their homes
[ i ] Ireland agrees to set historical minimum corporate tax rate
[ i ] Where do Western Balkan nations stand with their EU membership bids?
[ i ] EU removes Seychelles from tax havens blacklist despite Pandora Papers revelations
[ i ] Europe's energy crisis: EU divided over response to soaring, 'unbearable' prices
[ i ] Noisy drivers in Ghent could have their cars confiscated
[ i ] Report into the abuse of Rohingya women wins top EU media prize
[ i ] Plastic produced by humans reaches 10 billion tonnes, says new study
[ i ] EU and US vow to boost microchip supplies and promote trustworthy AI
[ i ] Poland carried out migrant push-back at Belarus border, Amnesty says
[ i ] EU court scraps farming, fishing ties with Morocco over Western Sahara
[ i ] EU suspends visas for Belarusian officials amid migrants row
[ i ] What's on the agenda for the new EU-US Trade and Technology Council?
[ i ] Brussels celebrates 75th anniversary of two of its comic book legends
[ i ] Moldovan reforms will be for voters, not EU, says country's new PM
[ i ] Google and EU head to court to decide the fate of €4.3 billion fine
[ i ] German election: Watch our special debate show on the key issues ahead of Sunday's vote
[ i ] EU's Borrell threatens sanctions on Russia over 'malicious cyber activities'
[ i ] Volkswagen Dieselgate software is 'defeat device', ECJ adviser says
[ i ] Apple against Brussels' bid to have one charger for all smartphones
[ i ] Why Europe's energy prices are soaring and could get much worse
[ i ] MEPs want EU countries to ramp up pressure on Lebanon
[ i ] AUKUS: EU considers postponing major summit with US amid France submarine deal row
[ i ] Brussels warns Spain over judicial appointments standoff
[ i ] Poland must pay €500,000-a-day to Brussels over controversial coal mine, says ECJ
[ i ] 'We were not informed': New US-Australia defence pact eclipses EU's Indo-Pacific pivot
[ i ] European Commission launches new department for preparing and responding to health emergencies
[ i ] Von der Leyen pitches European Chips Act in a bid to boost the EU's tech self-reliance