NEWSCompromise agreement will now be presented to member states and MEPs.
Representatives of the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers tonight concluded negotiations on the European Union's budget for 2014-20 with a detailed agreement that is now to be put to their political masters. Read more
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Maybe the party really is over for the European Union.
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NEWSDanish company is fined €93.8 million for breach of European Union anti-trust rules.
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NEWSDecision would effectively remove Azerbaijan from the Eastern Partnership programme.
COMMENTWhile EU-Azeri co-operation on energy has flourished, Azerbaijan's human-rights record has deteriorated.
NEWSEconomic committee backs European Commission position.
NEWSEnvironmental campaigners say the CAP reform will not deliver what was promised.
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COMMENTA round-up of the international press on Tuesday, 18 June.
NEWSTalks on transatlantic free-trade agreement to start in July.
NEWSMember states reach common approach on overhaul of securities-trading rules.
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COMMENTEurope's half-solution on Hizbullah is no solution at all.
NEWSCoalition partners have criticised prime minister's decision to close ERT.
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The American and European business communities explain why they believe a transatlantic trade deal is necessary and feasible.
The Turkish prime minister's shallow interpretation of democracy is the root of his current problems.
The UK and the European Parliament have suggested ideas that are unlikely to fill the EU's democratic gap, and might widen it.
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The European Parliament will hold a ceremony next Wednesday evening to name a corridor.
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Higher inflation would help to accelerate desperately needed adjustment in Europe's commercial banks.
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