Latvia loses a case to the European Court of Justice and the European Central Bank after not having enough evidence about the suspension of Ilmars Rimsevics, the country's central bank governor.
From statue plaques to school books and trade agreements, the proof of a historic deal between Greece and Macedonia to change the latter's name lies in the small print.
Eurosceptic populists are projected to make gains in European Parliamentary elections in May but mainstream political groups ought to retain their majority, opinion polls suggest.
Three months from the European Parliament election, the assembly's dominant centre-right bloc has been weakened by a rift over how to handle Hungary's populist leader Viktor Orban.
The British prime minister Theresa May is trying to reach an agreement with the EU regarding the Brexit and the Irish border problem amid the resignation of three members of parliament from her Conservative Party.
President Donald Trump says the US may impose car tariffs on the European Union's products if the two sides are unable to reach a deal.