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EU must limit migrant numbers: French PM 25 November 2015, 05:57 CET
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Tuesday urged the European Union to limit the number of migrants it allows into the bloc, following heightened security concerns after the Paris attacks.

EU reassures Ukraine despite overtures to Russia 24 November 2015, 20:17 CET
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Tuesday the European Union had assured him it would keep its focus on Kiev despite efforts by some of the bloc's members to enlist Russia in a coalition against the Islamic State.

'Brussels bubble' works from home to beat terror alert 24 November 2015, 20:20 CET
While Brussels was shut down by its biggest ever terror alert, the huge EU and NATO bureaucracy kept on churning, even if some staff had to work from their homes in Europe's institutional capital.

Poland's eurosceptic government retires EU flag from press room 24 November 2015, 19:02 CET
Journalists gathered Tuesday in the press room of Poland's new conservative government discovered that the blue and gold star-studded European Union flag normally on display was gone, leaving only its red-and-white Polish counterpart.

Jihadists using migrant crisis as cover: Czech president 24 November 2015, 20:28 CET
Jihadists are using the migrant crisis as cover to slip into the European Union, Czech President Milos Zeman said on Tuesday, urging his country's military to prepare to defend its borders.

ECB launches 20-euro note with enhanced security 24 November 2015, 16:30 CET
The European Central Bank on Wednesday will launch into circulation a new 20-euro banknote with enhanced security features to foil counterfeiters.

Law officials plan global strike at 'dark markets' 24 November 2015, 16:24 CET
European, US and Australian law enforcement officials met Tuesday in the Netherlands to plan a crackdown on illegal online markets trading in everything from drugs to child pornography, Dutch prosecutors said.

Tusk urges all to stay 'cool headed' after Russian jet downed 24 November 2015, 16:34 CET
European Union president Donald Tusk called for calm on Tuesday after Turkey, a candidate for membership of the bloc, shot down a Russian war plane on the Syrian border.

UK poll shows shift in favour of 'Brexit' 24 November 2015, 15:12 CET
A majority of Britons want to leave the European Union, according to a new opinion poll on Tuesday.

EU to resume deportations of migrants to Pakistan 24 November 2015, 11:57 CET
Europe's migration commissioner has said an agreement to deport undocumented migrants to Pakistan will be restored, after Islamabad announced it had suspended the deal because of its "blatant misuse".

Turkey PM to attend summit with EU leaders on November 29 24 November 2015, 13:33 CET
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will attend an extraordinary summit with EU leaders next week to improve bilateral ties and tackle the migrant crisis, his office announced on Monday.

Top Greek banks pass recapitalisation hurdle 23 November 2015, 21:26 CET
Greece's top four banks have raised over 5.0 billion euros in private funds, officials said Monday, which together with EU funds should be enough to meet their recapitalisation needs so they can support the country's struggling economy.

Eurozone approves bailout payment to Greece 24 November 2015, 16:34 CET
Eurozone finance ministers approved a two billion euro payment to Greece on Monday, declaring that Athens had successfully met the strict reform commitments demanded in the country's bailout.

Austria's migrant spending won't count towards EU deficit target 23 November 2015, 13:02 CET
Austria said Monday it had won agreement from the EU to exclude spending on the migrant crisis from eurozone deficit target calculations.

Eurozone economy picks up pace in November: survey 23 November 2015, 12:36 CET
Eurozone business activity hit a four-and-a-half year high in November, helping create much-needed jobs in a broad-based upturn despite the impact on France of the Paris attacks, a key survey showed Monday.

German luxury store brings back Israeli wine after uproar 24 November 2015, 13:28 CET
Berlin luxury department store KaDeWe said Sunday that it would resume selling Israeli wines it had pulled from its shelves over new EU labelling guidelines for products from Jewish settlements.

Britain's EU exit campaigners stuck in a squabble 22 November 2015, 19:19 CET
'Leave' campaigners in Britain's EU membership referendum battle are struggling to get themselves organised, with two rival groups squabbling over a war chest and populist figurehead Nigel Farage stuck in the middle.

EU to propose major Schengen changes by year-end: France 20 November 2015, 15:27 CET
The EU will rush through proposals for major changes to the rules of the passport-free Schengen zone by the end of the year to boost security following the Paris attacks, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Friday.

France to keep border checks as long as 'terrorist threat' lasts 20 November 2015, 14:52 CET
France will maintain controls along all its borders with fellow EU countries for as long as the imminent threat of attacks remains, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Friday.

EU to overhaul passport-free zone after Paris attacks 22 November 2015, 19:21 CET
The European Union agreed Friday to rush through reforms to the passport-free Schengen zone by the end of the year amid growing concerns about border security in the wake of the Paris attacks.

EU calls for European intelligence agency 20 November 2015, 20:24 CET
The European Commission called Friday for the establishment of an EU-wide intelligence agency in the wake of the Paris attacks, as interior ministers held emergency talks on boosting security.

Spanish giant ACS signs EUR 2.9 bn deal for Australia motorway 20 November 2015, 11:19 CET
Spanish building giant ACS said Friday it had signed a 2.9-billion-euro contract for the construction of a new highway in Australia.

Greek government takes losses in home foreclosures vote 19 November 2015, 22:13 CET
Greece's leftist government narrowly pushed a bailout reform vote through parliament Thursday, but saw its majority dwindle after axing two lawmakers who refused to support a home foreclosures bill.

EU to toughen external border checks after Paris attacks 20 November 2015, 12:33 CET
The EU is set Friday to tighten checks on all travellers, including its own citizens, at the external borders of the passport-free Schengen zone following the Paris attacks.

France says new security to cost EUR 600m in 2016 19 November 2015, 18:02 CET
France revealed Thursday it will spend an extra 600 million euros ($641 million) next year to ramp up security after the Paris attacks.