Member states back compromise deal.
Constitutional amendment in effect bans gay marriage.
EU officials have plenty to say about human rights issues outside of the bloc, but barely mention the problems within the EU
Overwhelming majority vote to amend Croatian constitution.
Home affairs ministers to discuss short-term measures to tackle migaration issues.
EU court of first instance can be sued for taking almost six years to rule on appeal.
College to adopt three draft directives ensuring access to legal aid in criminal cases.
The European Union needs a more robust strategy to tackle rights abuses within its borders.
Sailors to have the same information and consultation rights as on-shore workers.
Court ruling in response to claims for asylum made in the Netherlands.
Council of Europe says rights are being breached
The greatest harm of the latest anti-Roma media bubble is to divert attention from the human-rights catastrophe under which Europe's Roma live.
Committee on employment and social affairs expected to back the proposal by the European Commission.
Two votes by MEPs follow revelations that US recorded millions of calls and messages made through French telecom networks.
Vote opens way for negotiations with European Commission and member states.
US ambassador summoned to explain claims that NSA collected data from French telecoms firms.
Her interest in multiculturalism and diversity brought Evelyne Paradis to the European group of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association
Committees vote to strengthen sanctions against firms that do not hit targets.
Barroso, Letta heckled during visit to island.
Proposal limits controls on posting of workers but some member states say measures are inflexible.
Rules would require 40% of non-executive board members to be women.
Supporting the EU's legal experts requires an inquiring mind and the ability to look beyond the obvious, says Eurojust's Alinde Verhaag
As death toll from boat disaster rises, EU wrestles with legal and policy questions.
Home affairs ministers may make their choice on Tuesday (8 October).
Doubts remain about legality of US surveillance.
Commission trying to find out if SWIFT agreement was violated by US.