New British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt urges the US and European countries to do more to call out Russia's "malign behavior" and keep it in check, notably by implementing sanctions.
Germany's economy minister lashes out at US President Trump, slamming his global trade rows and efforts to "dictate" Europe's dealings with Iran through renewed US sanctions.
China and the EU signed their first joint declaration since 2015 following a meeting between Juncker, European Council President Donald Tusk and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
President Trump praises Boris Johnson and says that May ignored his advice on Brexit negotiations in extraordinary interview.
NATO allies have pledged to spend 2 per cent of gross domestic product on defence, a goal that only eight of them are expected to reach this year.
EU vehicle imports to the US are stable and "do not threaten or impair the health of the US industry and economy," the letter says, adding that the US automobile industry is "healthy."
Can EU leaders overcome rampant euroscepticism, deep divisions on migration and Britain's looming departure to show a common front at their next summit?