Country-of-origin labelling will be required for fresh, chilled or frozen meat but not for ready-made meals.
EU justice commissioner says some UK demands are already possible under EU law, offers help with national enforcement.
Bilateral contracts between six member states and Russia violate EU law.
Inflation to stay low for prolonged period, Draghi says.
ECJ upholds Commission decision to fine members of hydrogen peroxide cartel.
German coalition calls for regular EU security summits.
Trilogue negotiators race to agree bank rules.
Yanukovych called Barroso, asking for discussions to resume
Vote on report by budgets committee chairman.
Member states back compromise deal.
The two sides have been working on a text for more than three months.
Text drawn up by Lithuania makes more generous allowance for the use of first-generation biofuel in meeting EU targets for renewable energy.
EU views to be influential on world plans.
Calls for a “No” vote are coming from Western Sahara and from campaigners for human rights.
Constitutional amendment in effect bans gay marriage.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta likely to emerge strengthened from a second round of voting.
Progress made in 16-hour talks in Prague
Juncker replaced as prime minister.
Self-imposed deadline to finish talks by Christmas.
Split over strengthening the posting-of-workers directive.
Cisco challenged Commission decision to approve Microsoft's acquisition of Skype.
Latvia is edging towards forming a grand coalition to see it through to elections in 2015, following the resignation as prime minister of Valdis Dombrovskis, who was poised to lead Latvia into the eurozone on 1 January.
Trade negotiators from the European Union and the United States will next week swiftly move their attention away from multilateral talks in Bali towards a bilateral transatlantic deal.
Outcomes of Vilnius summit look small
Russia has at the last minute suspended a decision that would have resulted in delays and extra up front costs for European road-hauliers transporting goods to the country.
Russia has begun collecting information from passengers travelling to or through the country, bringing it one step closer towards its goal of acquiring the level of data that the United States obtains from European [...]
The refusal of some banks to settle with the European Commission could yet undermine its settlement procedure
Member states are on course to water down plans to promote the use of electric cars
Freedom of movement may be the topic that brings the UK in line with the rest of the EU