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A nuclear deal with Iran is "very close" after almost two years of negotiations, the EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Sunday (5 July).
British firms' appetite for risk has increased since May, a survey showed on Monday (6 July), with businesses confident that Prime Minister David Cameron will negotiate better ties with the EU.
Europe’s largest conservation organisation to use solar, biomass and hydro power to supply half its energy needs for its estates, historic houses and palaces.
One third of the EU's asylum applications in 2015 have been made in Hungary. More refugees now come from the Balkans than Syria. EurActiv France reports.
Martin Schulz's new ISDS proposal will likely be approved by the European Parliament. But behind the new language, not much has changed, writes Cecile Toubeau.
There is no good choice in Sunday’s referendum. For Greeks, it is either the devil or the deep blue sea, argues Uri Dadush.
There's a worrying trend towards increased surveillance in Europe, says Amnesty International adviser Tanya O'Carroll.
Greece was officially declared in default today (3 July), injecting even more urgency into a make-or-break weekend referendum that new polls suggest is too close to call.
There is at least one legal way to get your euros out of Greece these days, to guard against the prospect that they might be devalued into drachmas: convert them into bitcoin.
Toilets are taken for granted in the industrialised West, but are a luxury for a third of the world’s people, according to a report by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF.
EXCLUSIVE / At least half a million Greeks are unable to vote in a referendum widely perceived as a choice on whether or not to remain in the eurozone, unless they return to Greece before Sunday’s poll.
Frédéric Vallier spoke to EurActiv France at the World Summit Climate & Territories in Lyon. He believes communities and regions hold the key to successful climate action.
The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States said it is determined to have 13 Caribbean countries removed from the European Union's list of 30 international tax havens.
The investor-state dispute settlement mechanism (ISDS) as we know it is dead and must be replaced by a new public system, said Gianni Pittella, in an interview with EurActiv.
Saudi tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal on Wednesday promised his entire $32 billion (€28.8 billion) fortune to charitable projects in coming years, in one of the biggest ever such pledges.
Frédéric Vallier, secretary general
Gianni Pittella, President
Joseph Daul, President