This week's European parliamentary elections will launch a scramble for the continent's top leadership jobs -- it but won't decide the winners.
Washington and Brussels have both proposed solutions to facilitate cross-border access to data for law enforcement officials, but the issue has stirred up a hornet's nest.
European voters go to the polls from May 23-26 to choose a new parliament with many fearing that eurosceptics and populist will deal a new blow to the EU.
The European Union has launched a plan to give up to one billion euros in cheaper loans to young farmers, who are often turned away by banks.
The strong performance of the far-right in Finland's elections has mirrored the strength of anti-immigrant parties across the continent, just over a month before European parliament elections.