A survey found life satisfaction was more closely correlated with education level than income
Representatives of the EU's 27 member states reached an agreement on managing irregular migration during times of exceptionally high arrivals.
Interpol's annual operation Pandora VII led to the arrest of 60 people and the retrieval of over 11,000 trafficked.
The bloc’s is looking at “possible enforcement actions” against the American AI project
A flurry of European leaders has descended on Beijing in a push to get dialogue going, with key visits by French President Emmanuel Macron and EU chief Ursula von der Leyen scheduled this week.
Italian winegrowers outpaced Spain and Georgia to become the country's top supplier in 2022
Slovakia is sending Soviet-era planes to Kiev, amid Western reluctance to provide US-made F-16s
The bloc chose economic ruin to be a vassal of the US, Moscow’s envoy to the UN has said
The number of insolvent firms in Sweden increased sharply in January, the outlet reports
Danish minister of defense insists the move is necessary to enable the country to protect itself from Russia
Italian PM Giorgia Meloni has called for the European Union to become more economically independent in the wake of a new US law that puts the bloc’s manufacturers at a competitive disadvantage, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
Several Western countries have “sent an ultimatum” to Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, demanding that Serbs in the northern part of breakaway Kosovo end their stand-off with local authorities, news website Pink.rs reported on Sunday.