The bill, which in its current form has faced heavy criticism from the International Monetary Fund, provides for the creation of dedicated anti-corruption prosecution and investigative teams.
A special one-day summit in Brussels on Friday of the 27 leaders without Britain is meant to be a key step in the roadmap to a leaner and more unified bloc after Britain leaves in just over a year.
Interior minister backs close cooperation between Berlin and Ankara, turns down criticism by German opposition parties
The indictments detailed a stunning operation launched in 2014 in a bid to sow social division in the United States and influence American politics "including the presidential election of 2016".
In a speech at the Munich Security Conference, she acknowledged that no deal currently exists between the EU and a third country "that captures the full depth and breadth of our existing relationship".
Four people injured, including one in serious condition
It also accepts requests of 15 others, who have links to Fetullah Terrorist Organization
Hasan Ozcan died of multiple stab wounds in Barking, east London, on Feb. 3
The European Commission, the 28-nation EU executive, voiced concerns the tie-up would undermine competition in supplying key gases like oxygen, helium and carbon dioxyde.
Foreign Minister Gabriel thanks Turkish counterpart Cavusoglu for efforts to speed up proceedings leading to release
Fake and old images displayed during a joint press conference of German-Turkish leaders to smear Afrin operation
Mattis said discussions were "very candid" between NATO, which includes European members, and Mogherini.
Boyko Borisov, the Bulgarian prime minister, said he had so far seen nothing in the talks on Britain's exit in March 2019 to give him hope for a good outcome.
Police forbid pro-PKK rallies planned for Thursday in Cologne and Leverkusen
Sigmar Gabriel meets Serbian president, prime minister during official visit
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Brexit referendum can not be reversed
French president says use of chemical weapons against civilians in Syria is France's "red line".
Secretary-General emphasizes that all concerned parties should do their utmost to defuse tensions
Macron took the country by surprise a year ago when he announced that, if elected, he would make all young people spend a month getting "a direct experience of military life with its know-how and demands".
The European Union launched the scheme with great fanfare in December, touting it as a way to get member states to work more closely post-Brexit and spend more effectively on defence projects.
PM requests parliamentary probe into scandal involving politicians, Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis