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Over 1,000 Poles Rally in Warsaw Against EU Refugee Plan

Around 1,500 Polish protesters gathered in Warsaw on Saturday to rally against the European Union’s plan to receive refugees from the Middle East and North Africa, local media reported.

British Politician Slams EU for Introducing Sanctions Against Russia

European sanctions imposed against Russia have no logic or adequate reasons. As a result, the European Union itself is suffering from the current situation, British MP George Galloway said.

Merkel urges better protection of EU external borders

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Saturday for better protection at the European Union's external borders in order to maintain the passport-free Schengen zone.

VAROUFAKIS: A Brexit would be 'a further step towards the disintegration of the EU'

Greece's outspoken former finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, has cautionary words for Britain over its possible exit from the European Union. Varoufakis, who ran Greece's economy during crucial bailout talks and resigned last year,Show More Summary

A 'Brexit' Breakdown: Here's What's Going On With The EU And UK

Brits will soon head to the polls in a national referendum to weigh in on a question that will drastically impact the future of the country and Europe: Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European...Show More Summary

Brussels Says Portugal’s 2016 Draft Budget May Violate EU Fiscal Rules

Portugal's plans are at risk of non-compliance with the rules of the European Union Stability and Growth Pact, according to Commission Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue Valdis Dombrovskis.

Greek, German, French Interior Ministers Urge Tightening of EU Borders

Greek, French and German interior ministers discussed the refugees influx in the European Union and came to conclusion that it is necessary to tighten external EU border.

Bank of England on Brexit: No Need to Panic, Yet

The Bank of England has not yet seen signs that British companies are scaling back investment plans because of uncertainty caused by the future referendum on Britain's European Union membership, the bank’s Deputy Governor has said.

This Guy Turned His Ferrari Into A Mailbox

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Belgium. The country famous for its beers, waffles, being the de-facto capital of the European Union, and Jean-Claude Van Damme. I guess it’s time to add “Ferrari Mondial Mailbox” to that list. Read more...

Poland Considers UK Remaining in EU Very Important

Poland believes it is very important for the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union, and backs some of its proposals for renegotiating its relations with the bloc, Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said on Friday.

PM Cameron wins approval from Poland's Kaczynski on deal to keep Britain in EU

WARSAW/LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to win support from Poland on Friday for a proposed deal to keep Britain in the European Union, though an opinion poll suggested voters could still reject membership by as much as nine percentage points.

EU-US Privacy Shield to Protect All Personal Data - EU Commission

Third-country nationals in the European Union will be protected under the newly agreed EU-US Privacy Shield data transfer framework, European Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova’s office said Friday.

Poland wants Britain in EU, backs some of Cameron's proposals

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo reiterated on Friday that Poland wanted Britain to stay in the European Union and said her cabinet supported some of its demands on reforming the block.

The 10 most important things in the world right now

Good morning! Here's what you need to know on Friday. 1. Support for Britain leaving the European Union has gained support since David Cameron published his draft EU deal. In the latest YouGov poll, commissioned by The Times, 45% are in favour of leaving the 28-nation bloc while 36% support staying in the EU. 2. Show More Summary

Brexit support snowballs

Support for Britain leaving the European Union — Brexit — has gained a massive amount of momentum since the UK's Prime Minister David Cameron published his draft EU deal this week. In the latest YouGov poll, commissioned by The Times...Show More Summary

FreeStyle Libre flash Glucose Monitor Gets Rid of Pinpricks, Now Approved for Kids in EU

Abbott landed CE Mark approval for its FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system to be offered to kids 4-17 years old in the European Union. The system consists of a patch that is stuck to the back of the upper arm that samples the blood and measures glucose. Show More Summary

It Would Be Foolish for Britain to Remain in the EU

If only one could wake up one morning and find that the European Union had been nothing but a bad dream! As it is, we shall wake up quite soon and be obliged to come to terms with its destructive power. Prime Minister David Cameron long since promised to hold a referendum in 2017 on whether Britain should stay in the EU or leave. Show More Summary

Cameron Not Out of the Fire as EU Gives Response to Brexit Talks

UK Prime Minister David Cameron will Thursday discuss the EU member states’ generally positive responses to his renegotiation of Britain’s membership of the union with European Council President Donald Tusk, but he still has an uphill battle.

David Cameron has two cards up his sleeve to get Brits to vote against a Brexit

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is fiercely trying to defend his draft deal with the European Union after the public, the opposition, and even members of his own party criticised it for lacking real substance. But he may haveShow More Summary

Moscow Pessimistic About EU Scrapping Anti-Russia Sanctions By Summer

Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s department of European cooperation has cautioned against too much optimism on the European Union dropping sanctions against Moscow by summer.

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