The awaited EU summit ended with no final agreement, but neither a final disagreement. The following presents how the various media outlets have reported the … Read more
Europe’s fragile peace deal with the U.S. on trade is at a breaking point.
Washington is again threatening high tariffs on Europe’s all-important car industry … Read more
With negotiations over Britain’s withdrawal from the EU at an impasse, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May arrived at what was supposed to be a climactic … Read more
Ahead of a Brexit summit on Wednesday, the EU has urged the UK to make “concrete proposals” to break a stalemate in negotiations. German Chancellor … Read more
“Today marks one year since the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Today, we honour the hard work and relentlessness of Daphne, of Jan Kuciak and … Read more
The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk wrote a letter to the leaders of the countries in the EU ahead of this week’s summit. … Read more
The European Union on Monday unveiled a legal framework to allow sanctions against the use of chemical weapons.
The new framework could see restrictions placed … Read more
Italy’s coalition government has approved budget plans for next year that will lower the retirement age and allow for a partial amnesty on unpaid taxes.… Read more
Talks on Brexit seems to have stalled, Merkel’s ally CSU seemed to win most votes, despite losing support and Turkish and Saudi Arabian … Read more
Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is to unveil a “commonsense” alternative to the UK government’s Brexit plans.
A new Scottish government paper, due out on … Read more
Italy should “calm down with the tone” and re-establish trust in the euro to quiet down the markets, European Central Bank’s President Mario Draghi said … Read more
The expansion of the “golden visa” foreign investors incentive program is among the priorities of the Economy and Development Ministry of Greece.
At a press … Read more
Your morning briefing, with an update and review of the latest headlines from the main news agencies, news media and newspapers from Malta, … Read more
Theresa May will today ask her Brexit “war Cabinet” to agree a backstop plan that would keep Britain in a customs union with Brussels until … Read more
More than a tenth of the payments made by the EU’s asylum agency last year, amounting to €7.7 million, involved non-compliance with EU financial rules, … Read more
The latest revelations from the #DaphneProject dominate the headlines in Malta. The murder of the Bulgarian journalist, almost a year after Caruana Galizia’s … Read more
The EU’s anti-fraud agency last month began looking into allegations of misuse of EU funds in Bulgaria, the same issue being explored by a journalist … Read more
AFM’s rescue of migrants distressed in the Mediterranean, the warning about the climate change, the elections in Brazil, the smuggling of fuel from … Read more
While the departure of the UK from the EU will have some effects, seen from a general political and economic perspective, that are quite easy … Read more
The European Union’s Brexit negotiators believe a divorce deal with Britain is “very close”, diplomatic sources said, in a sign a compromise on the most … Read more