Allegations, lawsuits and damning reports: How Frontex became the most contentious EU agency
The EU's external border agency is facing the most serious crisis of confidence in its history just as it prepares to expand its mandate, budget and personnel.
3D animation shows giant hole forming in ozoneThe Antarctic ozone hole, which forms every year over the South Pole between August and October, is now larger than Antarctica, according to scientists from the European Union’s Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service.
Prosecco v Prošek: origin protection move 'sparkles' tension between Italy and CroatiaItaly, the homeland of Prosecco, is not happy with Croatia's attempt to get EU recognition for the Dalmatian wine, 'Prošek'.
European Parliament strongly backs legal rights for digital platform workersBrussels will now draw up plans to protect app-based workers, after MEPs overwhelmingly backed giving them full employment rights under EU law.
Von der Leyen pitches European Chips Act in a bid to boost the EU's tech self-relianceA forthcoming European Chips Act will aim at boosting the EU's domestic production of semiconductors, a highly valuable component that powers everyday electronic devices.
End of 'Merkron': EU's power couple prepares to bow out