The countries that have re-emerged from Yugoslavia are struggling to liberate themselves from repressive practices of the past. As time goes on, press freedom is only on the decline.
Hungary on Wednesday refused to sign a declaration recognising the advantages of migration, despite its adoption by more than 50 European and African countries at a Morocco conference.
European and U.S. police forces have struck at the heart of Islamic State's propaganda machine, seizing servers and "punching a hole" in its ability to spread its radical jihadist message…
WhatsApp has raised its minimum age for users in the European Union to 16 years, as the bloc prepares for a new online privacy law to come into force next month.
The Facebook scandal involving the harvesting of data from tens of millions of users has raised a lot of questions about social media and search engines.
The E.U.'s diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini called for an independent investigation into the use of live ammunition by Israel's military following deadly clashes in Gaza.
Sixteen Western states announced their decision on Monday to expel Russian diplomats in a coordinated response to the nerve agent attack in the UK.
Women in the European Union earned an average of 16 percent less than their male peers in 2016, official statistics agency Eurostat said Wednesday.
Online platforms should take down "terrorist content" within an hour of it being reported, the E.U. said Thursday in new recommendations to internet companies.
The number of detected illegal border-crossings into the European Union dropped to the lowest level since the migrant crisis began four years ago.
Greece shouldered a "disproportionate burden" of the EU's asylumasylum applications last year, taking 8.5 percent of the bloc's total requests.
Up to 10,000 people stranded in refugee camps and detention centres in Libya could be relocated to Europe in 2018, the Italian government said on Sunday.
After the Brexit vote, E.U. citizens feel less welcome and valued in the U.K., which has led to their exodus from the country.
The European Commission launched unprecedented disciplinary proceedings against Poland on Wednesday over controversial judicial reforms.