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But nuclear talks with Iran will wait until election upheaval is resolved, EU foreign policy chief says.
Sweden acknowledges that its six months at the EU's helm could be "difficult."
Green Week in Europe shines a spotlight on environmental issues.
At dinner-cum-job interview, Barroso tries to convince member state leaders he should be re-hired.
EU increasingly recognizes need to help fight terrorism in Pakistan.
Center-right parties hold on in European Parliament elections while extremist parties make gains.
Fears that low turnout for the European Parliament elections could boost extremist parties.
Will social media help, or will it take structural reforms to engage voters?
Believe it or not, the EU Parliament is very influential — and the politics are fascinating.
Beef accord will keep prices low on coveted Roquefort cheese, but might not help Americans sell more steak.
British residents are the first to be able to order a kit designed to test deadly drugs
Piracy has proven to be a unifying force when it comes to international aid for Somalia.
A high-level Somalia donors meeting in Brussels next week will focus on piracy.
Afghanistan, soul-searching will top NATO summit agenda.
Oblique process takes on added importance with stepped up Afghanistan mission.
The posturing NATO complains about works well for Russia.
The fight against the Taliban will overshadow the alliance's 60th anniversary celebrations.
Leaders hope Sunday's talks in Brussels will be a step toward coordinated action.
The EU sees cities as key to meeting 20/20/20 plan to reduce emissions and improve energy use.
Vladimir Putin and Jose Manuel Barroso face off in a press conference.