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# EU

Last year
Frontex: EU watchdog to investigate border agency after shipwreck off Greek coast in June
The Explainer: What is the Nature Restoration Law and how will it work in Ireland?
EU plans €20 billion Ukraine defence fund
Rishi Sunak criticises EU after it signs deal using Falklands’ Argentine name
Ireland takes first steps towards joining European security project to protect undersea cables
Nature Restoration Law gets green light from EU Parliament, including all Irish MEPs
Almost 6 in 10 people believe corruption is widespread in Ireland, according to EU report
Climate change and El Nino phenomenon drive hottest June globally on record
Strong support north and south of border for Ireland remaining in EU, poll finds
EU 'unequivocally' supports Ukrainian accession, says Spanish PM
A young man has died after falling from roof during protests in France
Poland and Hungary block EU summit over migration
EU court says Ireland broke nature laws by failing to protect hundreds of sites
EU moves closer to launching digital euro
Deadlock over contentious Nature Restoration Law throws its fate into hands of EU Parliament
The view from Brussels: What do EU and NATO military leaders make of Ireland's neutral stance?
EU countries green light disputed law to restore Europe's natural habitats
Irish general who liaises between State, EU and Nato calls defence links 'a force for good'
'Fortress Europe': NGOs and MEPs critical of EU following migrant Mediterranean tragedy
Analysis: In Europe, Ireland is an outlier when it comes to climate action
Emma DeSouza
Highly awaited EU vote on Nature Restoration Law postponed to end of month
EU Parliament backs plan to give extra MEP seat to Ireland
EU watchdog orders Google to break up digital ad business over competition fears
Dead rodents and foul odours: Seven closure orders served on food businesses last month
Countdown starts on EU election as MEPs race to finish new laws
Rewilding row: Green minister warns of ‘horrible conservative scaremongering’ on EU nature law
Reader Q&A: What do you want to know about Irish neutrality?
Ireland to consider joining EU or Nato programme to protect undersea cables
EU-UK relations seen as improved in months since Boris Johnson departure
Kosovo tensions high after violent clashes as EU calls for calm across the Balkans
Lack of transparency harming Ireland’s vital election observer role
EU doubles firefighting aircraft fleet ahead of hot and dry summer
Ireland an outlier in decision to halt election observer role during Covid
Twitter to quit EU disinformation code, European sources say
EU commission's appeal against €14.3 billion Apple and Ireland tax ruling to be heard today
Green MEPs 'very' concerned by opposition to plan for restoring nature and rewetting Irish bogs
European elections to be held between 6 and 9 June next year
Campaigners who raised ire of right-wing press insist they're not 'plotting to hijack Eurovision'
Northern Ireland secretary says ‘deadlines are deadly’ amid calls to restore Stormont
Over 1,000 dead this year, the world's most dangerous migration route is getting more deadly