US chipmaker Intel has scored a legal victory in a battle against the EU Competition Commission after a court scrapped a billion dollar antitrust fine imposed more than a decade ago.
Under Article 16, the United Kingdom and the EU can unilaterally decide to stop implementing parts of the protocol governing trade with the Northern Ireland if there are substantial practical problems or trade diversion.
French authorities took down the giant blue flag after rightwing opponents of President Macron accused him of "erasing" French identity.
The European Commission is expected to propose rules in January deciding whether gas and nuclear projects will be included in the EU "sustainable finance taxonomy".
The 27-member bloc's plea came as a response to the brutal killing of over 30 people in Kayah state by the Myanmar army last week.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says the bloc views China as both a strategic partner and an institutional opponent.
Parliament approves landmark budget which includes labour reform and a new spending programme boosted by $80 billion from EU's coronavirus funds.
China is the biggest producer of the world’s rare earth metals and the EU’s dependence on Beijing is making decision-makers in Brussels nervous.
Participants from Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia and Iran that are trying to revive a 2015 nuclear deal will resume their efforts on December 27.
Viktor Orban, a leader notorious for racist tirades, described the Muslim presence in the European Union as a problem.
The situation in Bosnia is no longer a political crisis, but a rapidly deteriorating security crisis.
Two long-range strategic Tu-22M3 bombers flew a four-hour mission to join patrols of air space along the western borders of ally Belarus, according to the Russian Defence Ministry.
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