Britain's Cameron disrupts summit over EU cash demand

British Prime Minister David Cameron upstaged an EU summit on Friday over a demand from Brussels for extra budget billions from member states, overshadowing talks meant to tackle Europe's stalling economy.

British PM demands crisis talks over EU cash demand

British Prime Minister David Cameron interrupted an EU summit on Friday to demand an emergency finance ministers meeting over a demand from Brussels for an extra 2.1 billion euros from London, sources said.

Russia 'practically' at war with Europe: Lithuanian president

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite on Saturday warned Russia was practically at war with Europe and urged tougher sanctions against Moscow.

Fresh EU sanctions against Russia `very possible`: Source

A new round of EU sanctions against Russia and pro-Moscow separatists in Ukraine was "looking very possible", a diplomatic source said Tuesday on the eve of an EU summit where leaders would make the final decision.

Ukraine leader extends truce with rebels until Monday: Report

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday extended a truce with pro-Russian rebels in the separatist east by another 72 hours, the Ukrainska Pravda news site reported.

Ukraine`s Poroshenko to decide on ceasefire later today

Ukraine`s President Petro Poroshenko said on Friday he will take a decision on extending a ceasefire in the east of the country when he returns to Kiev following an EU summit in Brussels.

Cameron faces defeat in bitter EU jobs battle

Britain`s David Cameron headed for defeat at an EU summit Thursday after being abandoned by his allies in a battle over the next European Commission chief likely to mark Europe`s future.

Hollande to tackle Putin on Ukraine crisis on June 6

French President Francois Hollande announced Tuesday that he will hold `face to face` talks with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on June 6, with the Ukraine crisis high on the agenda.

EU summit seeks way out of election quagmire

European Union leaders on Monday sought a way to bounce back from the weekend`s landmark elections that saw a partly hostile and largely apathetic public question their project of closer cooperation as never before.

Ukraine PM says EU accord may be signed next week

Ukraine`s new leaders will likely sign a long-awaited political accord with the European Union next week, interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said after talks at the White House.

US spying, immigration dominate EU summit

Top leaders of the European Union (EU) mainly focused on the US spying scandal and growing immigration concerns in the Mediterranean during a two-day summit that ended on Friday.

US spying row, immigration gatecrash EU summit

A row over US eavesdropping and European immigration are set to dominate an EU leaders` summit beginning in Brussels on Thursday, after a deadly shipwreck off Italy shocked the continent.

Greek PM on rest after eye surgery, to miss EU summit

The EU summit that is scheduled to take place in Brussels next week on June 28-June 29.

Sarkozy, Draghi winners in EU rift

Napoleon dreamed of it, De Gaulle fought for it, but Nicolas Sarkozy may have achieved it -- a Europe of Nations with France in the cockpit and Britain on the sidelines.

Eurozone pain, hurts so good

It’s hugely important that Europe take steps to prevent a crisis like this from happening again, not only for its own viability, but to help draft a new blueprint for the rest of the world.

Obama to host US-EU summit

US President Barack Obama would
host a summit with the leaders of the European Union at White House on November 28, spokesman Jay Carney said.

Crucial EU summit split on Libya, upset by Portugal

Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates resigned on the eve of the summit.

EU summit to demand Gaddafi`s instant departure

EU is to demand Gaddafi`s immediate step down when they hold a summit Friday.

Sarkozy`s Roma storm hijacks EU summit

EU leaders kicked off a summit overshadowed by a slanging match over France`s expulsion of Roma Gypsies.

Cameron vows to defend British interests at first EU summit

British Prime Minister David Cameron vowed on Friday to defend his country`s interests in Europe, using his first EU summit to make clear London would never let its decision-making shift to Brussels.