A round-up of the international press on Wednesday, 22 May.
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 Thursday, 9 May.
Alan Shatter, Ireland's minister for justice and equality, and for defence
Move to give Moldovan parliament the power to sack constitutional-court judges prompts sharply worded criticism by the EU.
Restrictions to end for Romanians, Bulgarians.
Freedom of movement and restrictions
The EU and the Council of Europe should work together to restore the old principles of the European project
Finland's minister for international development, Heidi Hautala.
Proposal rejected by civil liberties committee.
The Commission's tool for promoting effective justice and growth is falling far short of expectations.
New EU rules for labour conditions aboard ships.
The state of healthcare for Europe's Roma is appalling.
The European Commission has the power to improve how the Roma are treated. Why is it not using that power?
Draft agreement reached on EU joining the European Convention on Human Rights.
More than 200 MEPs sign petition to Catherine Ashton over fate of demobilised anti-regime fighters from Iran stranded in Iraq.
‘Scoreboard' focuses on efficiency as Reding seeks annual review of the rule of law.
Directive is supposed to streamline procedures for granting or lifting refugee status across the EU's member states.
Germany withdraws its objection to visa-free travel.
EU and the Council of Europe warn that Hungarian legal changes may breach EU values and laws.
The world's most pressing problems cannot be solved without the full participation of women.
Temporary frontier checks on the agenda.