Meeting young Macedonians, divided over EU membership
For the past 15 years, North Macedonia has been a candidate to join the European Union. Its application has recently made sudden progress in Brussels. In this small Balkan state, which went so far as to change its name to meet European criteria, what does the young generation think of the country's EU membership bid? Our reporters went to the capital Skopje to meet young Macedonians, who are torn between hope and disillusion over the European dream.
Greece-Turkey migrant border crisis to deteriorate, says Frontex
The European Union's border agency is expecting the situation at the Greece-Turkey to deteriorate even further, according to documents seen by Die Welt. Greece has declared its highest alert level.
Brexit day: All change on January 31?
The UK's 47 years of membership in the European Union officially end at midnight on January 31. So what exactly will be different and what happens next?
EU condemns breach of people's rights
The European Union has condemned frequent breach of human rights by governments of different countries.
European Union reacts to Sowore's situation
The European Union (EU) Delegation in Nigeria has asked the Federal Government to ensure it follows the due process of the law in handling the vexed issue of the detained activist and publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyole Sowore, as well as other detainees in Nigeria.
EU establishes first permanent border security corps
The European Union has adopted regulations that establish its first permanent, standalone border security force. The move will increase the bloc's current security forces nearly tenfold.
8 EU states push to raise 2030 climate goal, but Germany absent
The European Union member states have signed a letter urging the bloc to get tougher on climate action. Germany, however, was not among them, with one EU climate expert calling the absence "conspicuous."
EU's Barnier announces terms of U.K. Brexit deal
EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier speaks at a news conference in Brussels after a Brexit deal was reached between the U.K. and European Union.
US set to slap tariffs on EU following WTO Airbus ruling
Aircraft and agricultural items from Europe will be subject to US tariffs in the latest round of a long legal fight. The move sets the stage for tit-for-tat trade escalation between the United States and European Union.
The impact of Brexit on the city of London
Jasmine Whitbread, chief executive officer at London First, discusses Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill, the next steps in the process, the possibility of remaining in the European Union and how much Brexit has hurt the city. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”