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By Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
The European Union's executive branch has recommended that billions of euros in EU funds be withheld from Hungary over its failure to implement solid rule-of-law reforms, a move highlighting lingering divergences between the European partners.
European Union data shows that Twitter took longer to review hateful content and removed less of it in 2022 compared with the previous year. The figures were published Thursday as part of an annual evaluation of online platforms’ compliance with…
By Kelvin Chan, Associated Press
Earlier in the day, The European Parliament overwhelmingly backed a resolution labeling Russia a state sponsor of terrorism for its invasion of and actions in Ukraine. The non binding but symbolically significant resolution passed in a 494-58 vote with 48…
By Associated Press
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola says the legislature's web site has come under a Russian cyberattack only hours after it overwhelmingly backed a resolution calling Russia a state sponsor of terrorism.
By David McHugh, Associated Press
The European Union's executive commission slashed its forecast for economic growth next year. It says spreading the message that the countries that use the euro currency will slide into recession over the winter will erode consumer purchasing power.
The European Union’s executive arm sought on Wednesday to toughen up pollution restrictions to ensure that harmful pollutants are eliminated by 2050 to potentially save the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.
By Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
Giorgia Meloni, whose political party with neo-fascist roots secured the most votes in Italy's national election last month, was sworn in Saturday as the country's first far-right premier since the end of World War II…
By Raf Casert, Associated Press
European Union leaders head into a two-day summit with opposing views over if and how the bloc could impose a gas price cap to contain the energy crisis caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and its strategy to choke off…
By Raf Casert, Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
European Union leaders enter a crucial stretch this week to make sure runaway energy prices and short supplies do not further weaken their struggling economies and foment unrest.
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