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After a one-day EU summit in Slovenia on the 6th of October to discuss the bloc's potential enlargement of the six remaining Western Balkans countries, little progress was made. Prime Minister of Slovenia, Janez Janša, gives his insight on the process and the pressing matters within the bloc.
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The extraordinary ruling from the Polish Constitutional Court poses an unprecedented challenge to the European Commission.
Croatia probes reports of violent migrant pushbacks at EU border
Croatia launched an investigation after disturbing footage purported to show Croatian police beating up young migrants with sticks to push them back outside EU borders.
Polexit? Brussels fury as court rules Polish supremacy over EU law
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EU calls for relief funds to help consumers hit by energy prices
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EU unveils new strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe
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As a summit is held on expanding EU membership to the Western Balkans, we look at where each country is with its bid to join.
EU removes Seychelles from tax blacklist despite Pandora Papers
The latest update of the EU list of "non-cooperative jurisdictions" has exempted Seychelles, Anguilla and Dominica from being blacklisted.
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A new report finds a discrepancy between six fossil fuel companies’ adverts for sustainability and their actual investment in renewable sources.
NATO-led mission at Kosovo-Serbia border after deal to ease tensions
The move follows an EU-brokered deal to de-escalate tensions triggered by a dispute over vehicle licence plates.
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