[ i ] Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews
[ i ] EU air quality improves, but number of deaths linked to air pollution still high
[ i ] Do Hungarians approve of Budapest's veto of the EU's budget?
[ i ] Brexit deal text '95% done' but deadlock on key issues could still scupper talks
[ i ] EU leaders struggle to break budget deadlock amid veto from Poland and Hungary
[ i ] Wind of change? EU wants big increase in offshore renewables by 2050
[ i ] Turkey's behaviour 'widening separation' with EU, says Borrell
[ i ] 'We will not give up': Weber defiant despite Hungary-Poland veto of EU's €1.8 tr budget package
[ i ] Have our coronavirus vaccine, if you can produce it, says Russia's EU ambassador
[ i ] EU could partially suspend new privacy rules to fight online child abuse
[ i ] MEP ends hunger strike over EU budget, but continues battle for financial transactions tax
[ i ] Brussels considers whether to lift Puigdemont's parliamentary immunity
[ i ] Hungary and Poland block EU's COVID-19 recovery package over new rule of law drive
[ i ] EU interior ministers pledge to take down terrorist content, boost border security
[ i ] Orban's new laws a distraction from real problems, says MEP
[ i ] MEPs want to see what's in EU's coronavirus vaccine contracts
[ i ] European leaders lay out fresh plans to fight religious extremism
[ i ] EU alleges Amazon abused competition rules by using data to gain unfair advantage
[ i ] Belgian chocolatiers struggling to stay afloat, amid pandemic
[ i ] EU campaign to make repairing devices easier faces an uphill battle
[ i ] US election: What would a Biden or Trump win mean for NATO?
[ i ] US election: EU calls for calm, as Trump and Biden battle it out
[ i ] US election: What will a Biden or Trump win mean for the European Union?
[ i ] Linking rule of law respect to EU funds is a red line for MEPs, says Manfred Weber
[ i ] French MEP goes on hunger strike over 'ridiculous' EU budget
[ i ] Sweden opposes Brussels proposal for EU minimum wage guarantee
[ i ] EU rings in stock listing of 'social bond' with resounding success
[ i ] Rapid tests could be 'game-changer' in EU's coronavirus response, says Michel
[ i ] Coronavirus: Nurses with COVID-19 asked to carry on working at under pressure hospital in Belgium
[ i ] Belgian region of Flanders sees COVID-era boom in homeschooling
[ i ] Coronavirus: Belgian hospitals could reach ICU limit in 2 weeks as country tops incidence charts
[ i ] Brussels exhibition showcases forgeries and fakes throughout history
[ i ] EU agriculture reform pits farmers against environmentalists
[ i ] Indigenous Amazonians fighting for lives say battle for rainforest involves whole world
[ i ] The Briefing: Fishing is the latest issue to get caught up in Brexit’s net
[ i ] 'Fossil fuels still needed during green transition', top EU official says
[ i ] 'We have lost time but not momentum' on climate goals, says EU's Environment Commissioner
[ i ] Coronavirus downturn helps accelerate move to green economy, says the ECB's chief economist
[ i ] Brexit: EU-UK trade deal talks to resume after London has a change of heart
[ i ] What's the beef? Veggie burger ban rejected by MEPs
[ i ] EU begins legal action against Malta and Cyprus over 'golden passports'
[ i ] Brexit: EU-UK trade deal talks continue despite London's pessimism
[ i ] EU Green Week: Here’s Europe’s plan to be first carbon-neutral continent
[ i ] The Briefing: European governments have impossible situation to manage amid coronavirus resurgence
[ i ] EU Summit: Decision on reducing carbon emissions pushed back to December
[ i ] Brexit trade talks: Key terms explained
[ i ] UK 'disappointed' and 'surprised' after EU takes intensity out of post-Brexit trade talks
[ i ] EU imposes sanctions on 6 individuals over poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny
[ i ] Calls growing for EU sanctions against Turkey over actions in Eastern Mediterranean and Cyprus
[ i ] Little optimism over post-Brexit trade deal as EU gears up for summit