Saudi Arabia

EU blacklists Saudi Arabia: What does it mean?

Financial institutions in EU member states will now have to commit to greater levels of scrutiny for transactions.

EU blacklists Saudi Arabia: What does it mean?

Hungary

Hungary's Orban vows defence of 'Christian' Europe

Prime Minister Viktor Orban also announces raft of measures intended to address Hungary's declining population.

Hungary's Orban vows defence of 'Christian' Europe

Brexit

MPs demand UK minister's resignation over ferry fiasco

After the collapse of a ferry deal with a company with no ships, British MPs urge Theresa May to sack Chris Grayling.

Brexit: MPs call for UK minister's resignation over ferry fiasco

United Kingdom

Brexit leaves Brits living in EU facing an uncertain future

British citizens living in the EU may have to register themselves at places like Office for Foreigners.

Latin America

EU-backed group calls for fresh elections in Venezuela

The International Contract Group, a consortium of EU and Latin American countries meeting in Uruguay, calls for better distribution of humanitarian aid and new elections.

Brexit

No Brexit breakthrough in 'robust' May-Juncker talks in Brussels

British PM and European Commission chief to meet again as EU refuses to reopen negotiations on Irish backstop.

No Brexit breakthrough in 'robust' May-Juncker talks in Brussels

Poland

'Brexit is very bad for Polish people'

Poland is the most common nationality and non-UK place of birth in Britain. What do Poles think about Brexit?

The view from Poland: How Brexit could impact migration, economy

Europe

May heads back to Brussels to seek changes to Brexit divorce deal

British prime minister returns to Brussels looking for concessions on divorce agreement from European leaders.

May heads back to Brussels to seek changes to Brexit divorce deal

Brexit

Tusk's 'place in hell' remark for Brexit advocates stirs backlash

UK politicians react sharply to European Council head's comments targeting 'those who promoted Brexit' without a plan.

Tusk's 'place in hell' remark for Brexit advocates stirs backlash

Opinion

Win some, lose some: Iran, the EU and Trump's three-way game

In the game that started with Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, there is still no clear winner.

Roxane Farmanfarmaian

by Roxane Farmanfarmaian

Roxane Farmanfarmaian

Social media

EU: Tech giants now better at removing hate speech

YouTube, Microsoft, Twitter and Facebook assess 89 percent of flagged content within 24 hours, EU officials say.

EU: Tech giants responding faster to hate speech online

Brexit

Brexit: Nissan cancels plans to make X-Trail in UK

Change of heart comes days after Britain's carmakers issued a stark assessment of Brexit's effect on the industry.

Brexit: Nissan cancels plans to make X-Trail in UK

Brexit

How could Brexit affect paediatric care in the UK?

From importing essential technology to accessing EU funds for research, the medical community relies heavily on Europe.

How could Brexit affect paediatric care in the UK?

Brexit

A third of UK firms considering post-Brexit overseas move: Survey

More than a quarter of large businesses have already taken action or will do so because of Brexit.

A third of UK firms considering post-Brexit overseas move: Survey

Opinion

Who is really 'wrecking' Europe?

The 'nationalist onslaught' is a symptom, not a cause of Europe's crisis.

Mark LeVine

by Mark LeVine

Mark LeVine