EU official warns of "worse-than-Putin" politician taking power in Russia
"You need faces—strong leaders and politicians who offer themselves as alternatives," said Sergey Lagodinsky, a member of the European Parliament.
Full list of EU MPs who voted against naming Russia state sponsor of terror
There were 58 European lawmakers who opposed the resolution that overwhelmingly passed In the European Parliament vote.
NATO Leader Tells Europe to 'Stop Complaining' and Help Ukraine
"The price we pay as the European Union, as NATO, is the price we can measure in currency, in money," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said.
'Couldn't Spell Democracy:' Irish Politician's Rant on America Resurfaces
"Most of the American people have no say in the society they're living in," Mick Wallace said during a plenary debate on June 8.
Volodymyr Zelensky Should be Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize—Lawmakers
The deadline for the nominations ended on January 31, but the European Parliament says it should now be extended.
Zelensky's Translator Chokes Up During Emotional Speech to EU Parliament
Volodymyr Zelensky struck a chord Tuesday in his address to European counterparts, even causing his own translator to become affected by his words.
Here Are the Members of Parliament Who Voted to Deny Ukraine's EU Admission
The list of votes against the application included both far-right and far-left populists, with some saying there was no military solution to the war.
European Parliament Backs Ukraine's EU Application, But Long Road Ahead
In a speech, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for Ukraine to be immediately admitted to the EU under a "new special procedure."
Third-Largest EU Parliament Group Demands Investigation of Pegasus Spyware
The appeal came after reports indicated the software was used to hack cellphones belonging to Hungarian and Polish journalists, lawyers and government critics.
EU Parliament President David Sassoli Dies at 65, Remembered by Colleagues
Sassoli's death has been attributed to immune system complications.
EU Leaders Set to Vote on Regulation of Big Tech, Including Targeted Ads
Lawmakers in the 27-nation bloc have proposed rules that would make tech companies more responsible for content uploaded to their sites and keep them from stopping competitors.
Gig Workers in Europe May Get More Money, Benefits Under Proposed Rules
The European Commission estimated this could reclassify up to 4.1 million gig workers for digital and app-based services such as ridesharing and meal delivery.
European Lawmakers Visit Taiwan, Brushing Off China's Warnings
The trip was not officially confirmed until the multinational group of EU lawmakers landed in Taipei on Wednesday morning.
China Warns European Lawmakers Over Planned Visit to Taiwan
Plans emerged as Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu made closely watched visits to Slovakia and the Czech Republic this week.
EU Lawmakers Ignore China Protests, Seek Stronger Taiwan Ties
A German MEP said on Thursday that China's ambassador in Brussels tried to stop lawmakers from adopting the resolution, which seeks to upgrade EU-Taiwan ties.
Vladimir Putin Accuses Poland of Anti-Semitism, Colluding With Hitler
"Essentially they colluded with Hitler. This is clear from documents, archival documents," Putin told Russian defense leaders at a meeting earlier this week.
Russians Planned to Funnel Oil Money to 'European Trump': Report
A recording of a meeting between Russians and Italians, including a close aide to Matteo Salvini, reportedly shows plans to channel illicit campaign funds to the far-right League party.
Europe Endorses New Law That Will Change the Internet
"This is a disastrous result for the protection of our fundamental rights," said MEP Marietje Schaake.
EU Politician Rejects Funding of African Migrant Camps
The lawmaker's statement comes amid a looming crisis about refugee policy.
Wilbur Ross Accused of Insider Trading in Ireland
Trump's Cabinet member "had access to the loss details that the Bank of Ireland kept hidden from retail shareholders," a European Parliament report claims.
Jordanian Soldier Given Life For Murder of U.S. Troops
A military court in Amman found 39-year-old Maarik Al-Tawaiha guilty of shooting the trainers.
How to Help Holocaust Survivors Get Back Their Property
We cannot bring back the families of survivors, but we can fight to ensure a symbolic measure of justice for those who lost so much.
MEPs Vote to Lift Le Pen's Immunity Over ISIS Images
The Front National leader shared the gruesome images in December 2015.
F1 Faces Investigation Over 'Competition Concerns'
The sport's sharing of prize money is one area MEPs could investigate.
Italy's Five Star Movement Returns to UKIP Alliance
Beppe Grillo's party was rejected from joining a liberal grouping.
Italy's Populist Five Star Movement Joins Pro-EU Group
Some 78.5 percent of members who voted backed the party's new alliance.
European Parliament Warns Against 'Hardest of Brexits'
Martin Schulz said that MEPs had only a "secondary role" in Brexit negotiations.
Ethiopia: Oromo Politician Arrested After Brussels Trip
Police arrested Merera Gudina for "communicating with a banned terrorist organization."
Boris Johnson Provokes Anger With Pro-Turkey Stance
Johnson campaigned to leave the EU on an anti-Turkey platform.
What Europe Needs From President Donald Trump
The new president must turn the U.S. into a guarantor of stability around the world.