BUDAPEST/BRISTOL An ebb in support for mainstream parties is raising hopes among Europe's Greens that they could act as kingmakers in the next European Parliament, with growing concerns over climate change likely to hand them their strongest showing yet.
MALAGA/DUBLIN/BUDAPEST A convoy of black Mercedes pulled up at the 'Bar El Gusto' near Malaga, disturbing the peace of European pensioners sitting in beachwear, and a man in a dark suit and tie stepped onto the terrace.
BRUSSELS/DUBLIN The European Union has launched a coordinated fight against fake news ahead of this month's European Parliament elections, but officials acknowledge there are limits to what can be achieved against a danger barely recognized a few years ago.
BRUSSELS Raising corporate taxes and wages, cutting carbon emissions, handling African migrants and standing up to Russia, China and the United States all got an airing in Europe's "presidential debate" on Wednesday.
* May is begging from EU leaders -Northern Irish ally
(Adds May comment on arrival)
BRUSSELS Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini sends texts with smileys to French far-right leader Marine Le Pen and posts selfies with Austrian far-right politician Heinz-Christian Strache.
BRUSSELS The centre right is set to remain the biggest political group in the European Parliament according to the assembly's latest forecast of results from the upcoming elections, despite gains by eurosceptic nationalist parties.
BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO Facebook Inc toughened its rules on political advertising in Europe on Friday under pressure from EU regulators to do more to guard against foreign meddling in the bloc's upcoming legislative election.
By Alissa de Carbonnel, Alastair Macdonald and Jean-Baptiste Vey
(This February 14 story corrects to make clear Ukraine is not an EU member)