Austria and Hungary – who blocked anti-Netanyahu resolutions in the past –prevented a joint EU statement against annexation due to its timing, foreign minister says, but reiterated stance against annexation to Israeli counterpart
Asked about Brexit, Soros said he was particularly worried about Italy: 'What would be left of Europe without Italy?'
New Israeli foreign minister's office denies these issues were discussed in phone call, says will ask Budapest for clarifications ■ Hungarian Foreign Ministry then says statement was 'mistranslated'
Germany takes note of Palestinian view that annexation would put an end to all signed agreements between Israel and the PA
Union should prioritize 'intimate diplomatic dialogue' if it wants to play a role in the peace process, Israel says
'There have been several proposals on the table' for sanctioning Israel if it goes ahead with annexing West Bank territory, EU foreign affairs representative says
U.S. State Department says Israeli moves towards annexing West Bank territory should be discussed in the context of direct peace talks between Israelis, Palestinians, regional actors
Jewish nationalists defending ‘Christian Europe’ and attacking ‘evil globalism’? For Benjamin Netanyahu and conspiratorial son Yair, the illiberal Islamophobic ethno-nationalism of Europe’s radical right is just too enticing
Josep Borell said that at the time the EU is 'far away from discussing sanctions' stressing that the matter is 'a very divisive issue inside the [Foreign Affairs] Council' set to meet Friday
European Union representatives will meet in Brussels Friday to discuss possible countermeasures, including denying Israel membership in trade agreements, special grants or cooperative ventures in various fields
AfD lawmaker tweets poster quoting Yair Netanyahu after the prime minister's son appealed for a return to a 'free, democratic and Christian' Europe
France's UN Ambassador said annexation 'would not pass unchallenged' ■ Israel: EU statement does not represent member states
The European Commission has repeatedly called for a common EU approach to fighting the coronavirus, but the 27 members have differed in the timing and scope of their measures
Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu added that 164 migrants had been wounded by Greek authorities who are also trying to push the migrants back
Turkey has received 6 billion euros that are meant to help fund the humanitarian aid it provides refugees. So why is it claiming the EU didn't pay up?
On Tuesday, Netanyahu announced he would move forward with plan to build 3,500 housing units in area E-1, which could jeopardize establishment of a future Palestinian state
Unions and automakers ask for expansion of state-backed employment schemes
What's in a name? Rashela Mizrahi claims her ouster was politically motivated, not because she spoke in front of a sign stating ‘Republic of Macedonia’
Several member countries may push for recognition of a Palestinian state even if it isn't backed by a joint EU decision
Israel is attempting to squash the initiative, claiming that EU opposition to the Trump Mideast plan would only encourage Palestinian rejectionism
Israeli diplomats tell their counterparts European rejection of plan would only make it harder to convince Palestinians to enter negotiations
India's recent discriminatory citizenship law has triggered rare censure from Europe, a close economic and strategic ally. How far will India's foreign relations suffer as a result of Modi's violent crackdown on dissent?
Israel's Foreign Ministry says 'pursuing such conduct is the best way to ensure that the EU's role in any process will be minimized'
Sheffi Paz denounces ‘selective punishment,’ says trial is a show to placate the European Union
The historic move comes after 47 years on the post-World War Two project that sought to build the ruined nations of Europe into a global power
EU cautions, however, that Israel and the Palestinians needed to show 'a genuine commitment' to ending the conflict after the publication of Trump's Mideast peace plan
Trump reportedly threatened to impose a 25% tariff on auto imports if Britain, France and Germany did not formally accuse Iran of breaking the nuclear deal
The series of violations initiated by Iran did not produce the results it had hoped for, but Tehran is not the only party that needs to make its calculations