Despiteclashes over the human rights, the EU reaffirms to strengthen economic ties.
The EU says Europe would not waver against trade “bullies”.
The EU says it would hit flagship US products if Trump goes ahead with aluminium tariffs.
PM Hun Sen will take part in the 12th Asia-Europe Meeting, which will take place in Brussels from October 18 to 19.
The EU’s top diplomat urging powers to uphold a ceasefire in eastern Ghouta.
The EU’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier calls on London to “pick up the pace” of talks if it wants a deal this year.
EU threatens Cambodia with economic sanctions after the ruling party said it had won every seat in a Senate election.
NATO defence ministers agree on “train-and-advise” mission in Iraq after a US call for the alliance to help stabilise the country.
The EU orders Oxfam to explain itself over a 2011 prostitution scandal in Haiti, warning charities that the bloc would cut their funding.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will make two speeches on Brexit.
Paris terror attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam refuses to attend the resumption of his trial in Belgium today.
The prime suspect of the 2015 Paris attacks says he would answer no questions.
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie said on Wednesday she would work with the Nato military alliance to combat sexual violence.
The European Union trades with America “very unfairly”, Trump says.
Facebook says it will open three centres in Europe to train 1 million people.
Kampong Speu palm sugar could become the second to be awarded (GI) status by the EU.
May writes an open letter to the three million European citizens living in Britain.
Numerous questions remain over the initial Brexit agreement on December 14th.
Israel’s closest European allies reject recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The EU agrees to resume political contacts “at all levels” with Thailand after suspending them in protest at the military coup in Bangkok.
The EU Commission and the British approach for Friday’s historic Brexit divorce terms deal.
The EU Commission says that there is still “no white smoke” on a Brexit deal awaiting for British PM to return with an acceptable deal.
Demonstrators chanted “Wake up Europe!” and waved Catalonia’s Estelada separatist flag as they marched past the EU headquarters.
The European Commission unveils its vision of a rebooted eurozone, including the creation of a European version of the IMF.
Ride-hailing app Uber said on Monday it was joining a global public transport association to improve mobility in the cities it operates in.
Britain offers to pay much of what the EU was demanding to settle a Brexit “divorce bill”.
The Russian law classing international media operating in the country as “foreign agents” is a “threat to free and independent media”
Catalonia’s sacked leader looks throws down the gauntlet in his tussle with the Spain.
Theresa May is travelling to Brussels in a bid to unblock Brexit talks ahead of a summit.
Belgian authorities have arrested and charged a man with terrorism offences over the March 2016 suicide bombings in Brussels.