The General Court of the European Union, the bloc's second-highest tribunal, rejected a bid by Le Pen to overturn a ruling that she had wrongly used parliamentary funds to pay an aide who was based at her party's headquarters in Paris.
Aim of negotiations is to remove barriers to trade in goods, services, European Commission said in statement
The premier said that by the financial year 2023-2024, an extra £20 billion ($26.5 billion, 23 billion euros) a year would be going into the NHS.
Dutch PM says EU needs to 'stand united to determine our own future'
Jordan was hit by protests since the government last month approved a controversial tax bill
Mogherini was scheduled to attend moot in Jerusalem but she cancelled trip when Israeli PM refused to meet her: Reports
Turkey has halted migrant readmission deal with Greece following refusal of Athens to extradite ex-Turkish soldiers
The EU's rule of law mission (EULEX) that will cease its judicial operations on June 14 was set up in December 2008, 10 months after Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia.
Jens Stoltenberg says he plans to sign new joint declaration with EU in July to further strengthen cooperation
While Wall Street opened higher on data showing that the US trade gap is narrowing, stock prices turned lower in Europe after having started the day on a stronger footing.
With partners in Berlin, Paris and London still reeling from President Donald Trump's decision last month to exit the hard-fought 2015 accord, Netanyahu is expected to seek European cooperation on a still-to-be-determined Plan B.
US penalties to include 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports, 25 percent on steel
Turkish Foreign Ministry said officials debated working plan Ankara offered to Brussels in February
The controversial comments were immediately followed by a demand by European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, an Italian, for a denial from Juncker, warning on Twitter that his words would be "unacceptable" if true.
French finance minister says EU would respond if Donald Trump decides to go ahead with the new EU metal tariffs
The proposal is nevertheless likely to face strong reservations from Germany and richer EU countries such as the Netherlands, which are opposed to the redistribution of national wealth to their poorer eurozone partners.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Wednesday rejected calls to extend exemptions on the punishing import tariffs and warned that duties for massive US imports of automobiles were on the horizon.
Lowest unemployment rate in Czech Republic and Malta, highest in Greece and Spain
EU’s cigarette production equivalent to over 1,000 cigarettes per inhabitant in 2016
Exports to EU28 reach over $28B this January to April, says TurkStat
Delegation to meet Turkish ministries to discuss visa-free travel demand and issue of refugees