British PM admits 'very disappointing' result in EU vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May laments a "very disappointing" result from European Parliament elections in which her Conservatives were crushed by the Brexit Party of anti-EU populist Nigel Farage.
Netherlands poll surprise: Anti-EU parties fall short
Pro-European parties in the Netherlands are predicted to win most of the country's European Parliament seats, exit polls show. Dutch voters were among the first to take part in four days of voting across the continent.
Romania lifts travel ban on former anti-corruption chief
Laura Codruta Kovesi, tabbed to become the EU's first chief prosecutor, can once again leave Romania. The European Parliament backs her candidacy despite strong opposition from the Romanian government.
European Parliament to vote on controversial copyright reform
Will the reform of European Union copyright law herald the downfall of the digital era as we know it, or is it merely a matter of compensating artists? The European Parliament is set to vote on the landmark dispute.
Fabio Castaldo on conflict Zone
The populist pitch of Italy's Five Star Movement led it to electoral success and coalition government with the far-right League party. Fabio Castaldo, a European Parliament Vice President and Five Star MEP, tells Conflict Zone his party "will be the third way" in Europe.
European Parliament pays tribute to Maltese journalist
European Parliament president Antonio Tajani led a minute's silence for murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Suspend visa-free access for U.S. citizens, say EU lawmakers
The European Parliament voted on Thursday to reintroduce visas for U.S. citizens.