NEWSCompromise agreement will now be presented to member states and MEPs.
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Itchy feet in the private offices of the European commissioners are getting itchier.
Perhaps it is just as well that the European Council introduced a permanent full-time president (current holder: Herman Van Rompuy), given what has been happening to the bunch of temps who used to preside over the EU's affairs.
The strike called by EU staff unions last Wednesday was not exactly a howling success.
Maybe the party really is over for the European Union.
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NEWSDecision would effectively remove Azerbaijan from the Eastern Partnership programme.
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