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# European Union

Last year
Poland extends its embargo on Ukrainian grain after EU lifts sanctions in five member states
Opinion: If proper funding is provided, farmers can recover from the nitrates derogation blow
Dr Catherine Conlon
Microsoft to stop packaging Teams with Office in bid to head off EU anti-trust action
The European Union's tough new laws on social media content have officially come into force
Irish Government campaigning to make Dublin base for EU anti-money laundering watchdog
The Explainer: What is the Nature Restoration Law and how will it work in Ireland?
Ireland takes first steps towards joining European security project to protect undersea cables
Analysis: In Europe, Ireland is an outlier when it comes to climate action
Emma DeSouza
Countdown starts on EU election as MEPs race to finish new laws
EU doubles firefighting aircraft fleet ahead of hot and dry summer
EU demands Greece investigate footage of alleged expulsion of migrants
Campaigners who raised ire of right-wing press insist they're not 'plotting to hijack Eurovision'
EU to guard against any Russia abuse of UN presidency, foreign policy chief says
EU states aim to double continent's renewable energy usage by 2030
How does Ireland compare with other EU countries when it comes to renter rights?
Whatever happened to the EU plan to abolish daylight savings time?
Taoiseach is 'disappointed' with DUP's decision not to return to Stormont
Ireland 'substantially reduces' Defence Forces personnel on EU Mali training mission
FactFind: Is the EU 'forcing' people to eat 'unhealthy' insects without their knowledge?
EU approves 2035 ban on new fossil fuel car sales
'Borders must be managed': How Ireland and the EU are reacting to Europe's latest migrant crisis
Russia unleashes missile and drone strikes in eastern and southern Ukraine
Hailed as a hero at EU summit, Zelenskyy urges faster arms supplies
EU parliament greets Zelenskyy with cheers as Ukrainian president wraps up European tour
Tánaiste announces €2 million in emergency aid for Turkey and Syria following earthquakes
EU prepares more Russia sanctions as Kremlin readies offensive
Ukraine to push for European Union membership at summit in Kyiv
Cash for reforms: €700 billion EU recovery fund sparks concern and criticism
Cabinet clears way for Irish Defence Forces to send 174 troops to German-led EU Battlegroup
Analysis: How is Ireland doing after 50 years in the EU?
Emma DeSouza
All time
Michéal Martin: Europe’s most sacred task remains its first - peace
Micheál Martin
Greek MEP who is a suspect in EU corruption scandal refused release from custody
EU reaches deal on major carbon market reform
EU grants Bosnia 'candidate status' for membership
Analysis: Are we seeing a change in mood music when it comes to the Northern Ireland Protocol?
Emma DeSouza
Packages containing animal eyes sent to six Ukrainian embassies across Europe, Kyiv says
Twitter must comply with new rules or risk ban from EU, official says
Government woos 1,200 Spaniards for 'hard-to-fill' jobs but housing problems glossed over
Gardaí involved in major operation against 'logistics and money laundering' gang in Spain
Inside Operation Irini: Smugglers, social media clues and the high seas search for illegal arms