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Marine Strauss

EU court rules goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled

Nov 12 2019

BRUSSELS The EU's top court ruled on Tuesday that goods from Israeli settlements must be labeled as produced in occupied territory, a decision hailed by Palestinians and condemned by Israel, which said it would try to persuade countries to ignore it.

UK truck deaths highlight shift in migrant route after closure of French camp

Oct 24 2019

BRUSSELS When France shut the Calais shanty town known as the Jungle in 2016, migrants seeking entry to Britain were forced to look for less safe passage up the coast in Belgium - the route taken by a truck in which 39 bodies were found this week.

UK truck deaths highlight shift in migrant route after closure of French camp

Oct 24 2019

BRUSSELS When France shut the Calais shanty town known as the Jungle in 2016, migrants seeking entry to Britain were forced to look for less safe passage up the coast in Belgium - the route taken by a truck in which 39 bodies were found this week.

Last-gasp Brexit deal set to dominate fraught EU summit

Oct 16 2019

BRUSSELS, Oct 17 European Union leaders' two-day summit in Brussels starting on Thursday will be dominated by last-gasp efforts to seal a deal on Britain's exit from the bloc despite a raft of other pressing issues, from the crisis in the Middle East to the bloc's budget.

Macron cries foul as EU lawmakers snub French pick for industry job

Oct 10 2019

BRUSSELS French President Emmanuel Macron insisted Sylvie Goulard was the victim of a "political game" on Thursday after France's choice to be the head of EU industrial policy was emphatically rejected by European lawmakers.

EU says Brexit deal 'very difficult' if not entirely impossible

Oct 09 2019

BRUSSELS The European Union said on Wednesday it was not shutting the door to a Brexit deal but stressed that London needed to change its stance considerably to secure an agreement. | Video

EU says Brexit deal 'very difficult' if not entirely impossible

Oct 09 2019

BRUSSELS The European Union said on Wednesday it was not shutting the door to a Brexit deal but stressed that London needed to change its stance considerably to secure an agreement. | Video

Hungary offers new candidate for EU executive

Sep 30 2019

BRUSSELS/BUDAPEST Hungary is set to propose diplomat Oliver Varhelyi as its member of the EU's executive after the European Parliament blocked the first candidate put forward by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the premier said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Hungary offers new candidate for EU executive

Sep 30 2019

* Lawmakers have rejected Hungary and Romania candidates (Adds Hungarian prime minister's quotes on candidate)

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