• UN chief, EU condemn Niloy killing

    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and European Union delegation to Bangladesh condemn the killing of Bangladeshi blogger Niladri Chattopadhyay Niloy.

  • EU scraps Greece summit with bailout deal on knife-edge

    The EU cancels full 28-nation summit on Sunday to decide whether Greece stays in the European single currency as a divided eurozone struggled to reach a reform-for-bailout deal.

  • 'Final deadline' for Greece debt plan

    The eurozone has given Greece until Thursday to present new proposals to secure a deal with creditors, and has called a full EU summit for Sunday.

  • EU agrees to relocate 40,000 migrants

    EU leaders holding late-night talks in Brussels have agreed to relocate tens of thousands of migrants who have arrived in Italy and Greece.

  • EU to hold migrant crisis talks

    EU interior ministers are to discuss how to deal with tens of thousands of migrants trying to enter Europe each year by crossing the Mediterranean.

  • Email error reveals UK bank's EU project

    The Bank of England confirms it is researching the financial risks of UK leaving the EU after it "inadvertently" sent details of its work to a national newspaper.

  • IS militants

    IS militants 'smuggled to Europe'

    Libyan government adviser Abdul Basit Haroun says Islamic State (IS) fighters are being smuggled into Europe by gangs in the Mediterranean on boats filled with migrants.

  • Top science panel to advise European Commission

    A high level group of scientists is to be recruited to provide independent advice to the European Commission.

  • EU plan to take 20,000 refugees

    The European Commission has unveiled a new blueprint for dealing with the EU's migration crisis, including a controversial plan for national quotas.

  • UK, EU condemn blogger Ananta murder

    United Kingdom and European Union have strongly condemned the brutal murder of Ananta Bijoy Das, blogger and organiser of local Gonojagoron Mancha in Sylhet.

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