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7 Jul 2019
EU leaders fail again to agree on who will take the bloc’s top jobs. This follows a 20-hour session that ended without a breakthrough. France and Germany have been wrangling for weeks over a jobs package centered on the nomination of the next European Commission president.
5 Jul 2019
EU leaders have finally nominated candidates for the blocs top jobs and for the first time women are set to be at the helm of the European Central Bank and Commission. Christine Lagarde is set to take over for Mario Draghi at the ECB and Germany’s Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen has been put forward to lead the European Commission.
2 Jul 2019
EU counter-terror chief on battling the virtual caliphate and what to do with children of jihadists.
29 Jun 2019
When the EU finally committed to banning an array of single-use plastics in March, it became part of a growing plastic-free movement that is seeing similar bans imposed from Vanuatu to Canada and Tanzania.
28 Jun 2019
It's up to Nigerians to decide how they want their elections, 60 Presidential candidates tell EU.
24 Jun 2019
2,084 Nigerians entered Europe illegally in 48 months — EU
23 Jun 2019
Leaders southern EU states tried to develop a common political and economic stance ahead of an EU summit. Migration was one issue topping the agenda with a call for rescue ships to give way to the Libyan coast guard.
23 Jun 2019
EU intervention project targets 2,000 villages in northeast.
22 Jun 2019
EU ministers have decided to delay opening accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia. Germany was partly to blame for the hold-up.
22 Jun 2019
For Syrian refugees in Egypt, crackdowns from the state and racism in society are a part of everyday life. A migration expert spoke to DW about conditions in the country, and how the EU shares some of the blame.
21 Jun 2019
Festus Keyamo disagrees with aspects of EU Election Observation Mission's final report
20 Jun 2019
Electoral Violence: EU indicts political parties.


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