1. Roma: Europe's easiest scapegoat

  2. Anti-Obama protest in Berlin

  3. Anti-Barbie protest in Berlin

  4. Lithuanian EU presidency logo launch

  5. Activists barge in on EU's economic headquarters

  6. MEP witnesses 'life or death' plight of Syria refugees

  7. Fair pay for artists in the digital era

  8. Farmers douse EU quarter with 1000s of litres of milk

  9. Stop faking democracy - Romanians in Brussels tell Premier

  10. A banker's farewell party

  11. A day in the life of the US ambassador to the EU

  12. Pirate MEP: Acta treaty would punish young people

  13. Crisis has hit a raw nerve, says Ombudsman

  14. World Bank: babies worst hit by high food prices

  15. Alessandro Cenderollo at the Ernst & Young innovation summit

  16. Antti Ilmari Peltomaki at the Ernst & Young innovation summit

  17. Ilaria Rossa at the Ernst & Young Innovation summit

  18. Lutz Mehlhorn at the Ernst & Young innovation summit

  19. Jan Callewaert at the Ernst & Young Innovation summit

  20. Jan Callewaert at the Ernst & Young Innovation summit

  21. Vincent Van Dessel at the Ernst & Young Innovation summit

  22. Jan Nibbe launches the Ernst & Young Innovation summit

  23. EU efforts unknown to business leaders

  24. Wikipedia founder: European red tape hampering growth

  25. 'We are not thieves': Greek MEP assistant gets ready to vote

  26. The Brussels Business: Who really runs the EU?

  27. A day in the life of an EU affairs consultant

  28. Think-tanks: The 'grey zone' between journalism and policy-makers

  29. We still want change: a day in the life of an indignado

  30. Fear and anger ahead of Ireland's fiscal treaty referendum

  31. EU has no choice but to make friends with China

  32. Keeping an eye on Burma's new course

  33. Many Irish unaware of upcoming referendum

  34. European citizen initiative becomes a reality

  35. Belarus - are economic sanctions the way forward?

  36. EU struggling to attract top officials

  37. Free Belarus, says young European Federalists

  38. Back to Delors, says trade unionist

  39. A day in the life of Sharon Bowles

  40. Greece likely to need a third bail-out, warns economist

  41. Norway shows female quotas can work

  42. How to sew an EU treaty

  43. "We need you", Sarkozy tells Cameron

  44. Over two million people sign petition against acta

  45. Video comment: Student describes police brutality used during Valencia protest

  46. Spanish spring protests: 'Enough is enough'

  47. Tomorrow's Europe through eurosceptic eyes

  48. Greece out of the euro - but what then?

  49. Medvedev doesn't have to listen to EU, says MEP

  50. Belgian unions show solidarity with Greeks

  51. Brussels joins anti-acta protest

  52. An independent Scotland would be a stronger EU member, says Minister

  53. Snow and strike on summit day

  54. Israeli minister: EU reports are 'Israel bashing'

  55. Brussels-based Turks say No to Europe

  56. EU sanctions would rally support for Iranian regime warns MEP

  57. Stop blaming Romanians, says Romanian MEP, we are European citizens too

  58. EU continues to nag Turkey on terrorism and human rights

  59. EU is not on Lukaschenko's agenda

  60. Harry Potter is not going to bring about Eurobonds

  61. EU legal expert rubbishes new fiscal treaty

  62. Mental health problems on the rise during financial crisis

  63. Iceland's approach to EU membership is pragmatic, says diplomat

  64. Croatia to hold referendum on EU membership in February

  65. MEPs consider how to further pressure Syria's leader

  66. One billion people live with a disability in the world

  67. Member states need to get serious about EU zoo directive

  68. Europe is not working right now, says new Liberal party leader

  69. The end of the euro - media hype or not?

  70. Anti-austerity protests arrive in Belgium

  71. EU is scared of the Iranian regime, says protestor

  72. Syrians ask EU to do more

  73. MEPS talk about EU: a possible Robin Hood Tax for Europe

  74. Bikers drive from Wales to Brussels to stop EU " over regulation"

  75. No light at end of tunnel, says Greek/German economist

  76. EU must follow German example, says Belgian senior citizen

  77. Ireland: a year after the bailout

  78. China has its own problems to solve

  79. National unity is key in Greece, says Barroso

  80. A day in the life of the spokesperson of the European Parliament Jaume Duch

  81. Economist Sony Kapoor lays bare euro summit deal

  82. EU correspondents place their bets on Eurozone decision makers

  83. Greek protestors call for Papandreou to step down

  84. Ireland has 'batted away' corporate tax challenge, says Europe minister

  85. A coffee with Dutch MEP Corien Wortmann-Kool about the six-pack of fiscal rules for EU member states

  86. MEPS talk about EU: the euro zone crisis through the eyes of the 'indignados'

  87. After 2000 kilometres, 'indignants' receive frosty welcome in Brussels

  88. Eurozone tells Greece to wait even longer

  89. Ambiguity surrounds "eco-cheques", an employee's incentive in Belgium

  90. The transition towards democracy is a challenge, says new Egyptian Minister

  91. Romanian MEP cracks down on corruption in the EU

  92. A coffee with the Vice Prime Minister of Serbia Bozidar Djelic

  93. A coffee with the President of Latvia

  94. Greece has no time to lose

  95. Belgium: the EU capital of beer

  96. Normality is coming to Libya, says EEAS official one day after returning from Tripoli

  97. Time is running out for EU leaders to solve the eurozone crisis, says former Spanish Prime Minister

  98. Time is running out, says former Spanish Premier (spanish version)

  99. I'm not happy at all, says former finnish Prime Minister