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EU states set for squabble over who gets London's agencies after Brexit

31 Jul 2017

BRUSSELS Almost all EU countries are likely to bid to host the two major regulatory agencies that have to be relocated from London, setting up a potential squabble between the 27 remaining members that have so far shown a united front on Brexit. | Video

EU states set for squabble over who gets London's agencies after Brexit

31 Jul 2017

BRUSSELS Almost all EU countries are likely to bid to host the two major regulatory agencies that have to be relocated from London, setting up a potential squabble between the 27 remaining members that have so far shown a united front on Brexit. | Video

East Europeans get Brussels ally in food quality fight

27 Jul 2017

BRUSSELS/BRATISLAVA European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Thursday that apparently identical food products should not be sold with inferior ingredients in eastern Europe, siding with those who say the practice amounts to discrimination.

Beached in Brussels: deckchairs line urban canal

07 Jul 2017

BRUSSELS Brussels hit the beach on Friday, with the annual summer opening of the Belgian capital's waterside lido, complete with sand, parasols, deckchairs and beach bars along its post-industrial city center canal.

No such thing as 'frictionless' trade, Barnier warns Britain

06 Jul 2017

BRUSSELS The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier warned British ministers and businesses who are calling for "frictionless trade" with the EU after Britain leaves that that is "not possible".

European farmers cheer market access in EU-Japan trade deal

06 Jul 2017

TOKYO/BRUSSELS European farmers on Thursday welcomed a landmark agreement between the EU and Japan on a free trade pact which will remove tariffs on much of their bilateral trade and triple agricultural exports.

European farmers cheer market access in EU-Japan trade deal

06 Jul 2017

TOKYO/BRUSSELS European farmers on Thursday welcomed a landmark agreement between the EU and Japan on a free trade pact which will remove tariffs on much of their bilateral trade and triple agricultural exports.

Brexit, new challenges to force EU budget change - Commission

28 Jun 2017

BRUSSELS The European Union will have to change the way it collects and spends its funds to cope with Britain's leaving and with other challenges, the European Commission said on Wednesday.

Brussels attacker may have supported Islamic State

21 Jun 2017

BRUSSELS A Moroccan national who attempted an attack on Brussels' Central Station is suspected of supporting Islamic State militants, prosecutors said on Wednesday, a day after the man tried to detonate a suitcase bomb packed with nails and gas bottles. | Video

Top EU court bars Dextrose tablet maker's glucose health claims

08 Jun 2017

BRUSSELS, June 8 The European Union's top court barred Germany's Dextro Energy on Thursday from making claims about the health benefits of glucose contained in its products, which include Dextrose tablets.

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