German economy minister says Commission action could lead to a trade dispute.
Commission threatens telecoms firms with sanctions, with battles over solar panels and ceramics to come.
Compromise expected on single supervisor plans.
Fears that the right to support cultural products through subsidies and quotas could be undermined.
The West must unite to resist Chinese bullying against those who meet Tibet's leaders
With signs that China's economic model is breaking down, Europe needs to be subtle and circumspect in its interaction with the country
Results leave Bulgaria facing prospect of a coalition government with no majority in parliament
Eight years after the Andijan massacre, Uzbekistan remains a human-rights disaster. When will the EU change its strategy towards Uzbekistan?
A round-up of the international press on Wednesday, 8 May.
Support conditioned by security concerns.
Alan Shatter, Ireland's minister for justice and equality, and for defence
To prevent corrupt Russian officials being barred from Europe, Russia is now using the threat of an adoption ban against European states
An international conference was held in Algiers to show solidarity between European socialists and social democrats and all those fighting for a real Arab Spring.
Ex-MEP Simon Busuttil has taken over the leadership of Malta's centre-right Nationalist Party.
Move to give Moldovan parliament the power to sack constitutional-court judges prompts sharply worded criticism by the EU.
Three national diplomats and three EU officials to represent Union abroad.
Obama picks experienced economic expert to lead trade talks with EU.
Independence Party pledged EU referendum
No instrument left to limit labour migration
Why the EU should press Serbia and Kosovo hard on reform of the security sector
After years of complacency, Europe is finally putting security back on the agenda.
EU awards architecture prize to Iceland.
Strong majority for parties seeking a referendum on EU membership talks.
‘Grand coalition' with strong European credentials ends two months of uncertainty.
Maltese paper publishes OLAF report into Dalli resignation.
Committee in the Council of Europe's political assembly says Hungary's constitution erodes democratic checks and balances.
A British film-maker explains the challenge that malaria posed him – and his response.
The EU has brokered a historic agreement between Kosovo and Serbia. We look at the deal and its ramifications.
Kessler's handling of Dalli case under investigation
Moldova's constitutional court has ruled that Prime Minister Vlad Filat should not be allowed to create a new government.
The European Union on Monday (22 April) sought to strengthen the Syrian rebels by agreeing to a partial relaxation of the oil embargo on Syria.
Fragile banking sector is at the heart of problems
The cost to the EU of its stalled talks with Turkey is growing, as geopolitics moves to Turkey's advantage
Joseph Muscat - Malta's youngest prime minister