If far-right's Le Pen and far-left's Mélenchon overtake front-runner Macron, it's hard to see how the EU could last for long
Hint: It's all about Brexit
'Turkey is sliding toward a semi-authoritarian system under one man rule,' EU official says
Theresa May makes shock announcement outside 10 Downing Street, saying that her government had right plan for negotiating Brexit and she needed political unity
Erdogan slams West's 'crusader mentality' after monitors criticize referendum ■ Thousands march through Istanbul, chant 'Thief, Erdogan' ■ President tells critics 'talk to the hand'
Turkey's future now rests on whether the president's popularity outweighs the fear of an all-powerful dictator
The criticism comes after the European Union demanded that Israel stop demolishing Palestinian homes in Area C of the West Bank.
EU Sharply Protests Israeli Demolition of Palestinian Homes in Area C, Warns It Will Lead to 'Forced Transfer'
A routine meeting between the Foreign Ministry's director and the EU envoys last week turned into a protest by the European states against Israel's plan to demolish a Bedouin village.
After over a decade of selling falafel to locals, 'Kebab Ali's' livelihood becomes collateral damage in the EU's struggle to integrate its Turkish immigrants.
Jean-Claude Juncker says he's irked that Trump 'was happy that Brexit was taking place' and advises every leader to focus on his or her own job ahead.