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Iceland’s Harpa, a concert hall and conference centre in Reykjavik, wins the 2013 Mies van der Rohe award for contemporary architecture.
New measures would give all Europeans a legal right to a basic bank account anywhere in the EU – and make switching to another provider easier.
Commission calls for significant progress on completing the internal energy market and tackling growing tax fraud and evasion ahead of leaders’ meeting.
New proposals would remove remaining obstacles to living, working and shopping anywhere in the EU.
The economy is projected to return to growth in the second half of 2013. However, annual GDP is forecast to contract by 0.1% in the EU and 0.4% in the eurozone.
Europe’s open day is a time to reflect on the EU’s achievements – and look at how to make it work better for everyone. Join in the debates, events and activities for all ages.
New proposals would make it even easier for Europeans to go and work in another EU country.
Video streaming over the internet has given people more choice of TV programmes and movies – we need your thoughts on an EU approach so everyone can benefit.
Strategy would coordinate EU countries’ responses to the impact of global warming on local communities.
The 27 winners of the EU's annual translation contest receive their awards today in Brussels.
EU-wide standards for environmental claims would increase trust in the growing market for green products and allow shoppers to make informed choices.
Public consultation to inform future EU energy and climate change polices (2020-2030).
Some countries need to step up reforms to resolve civil and commercial cases efficiently – key to attracting investment and business.
EU makes progress as a whole, but some member countries need to do more to catch up and become more competitive.
Two years into a new EU policy towards its neighbouring countries, the results are encouraging – but progress towards reforms and democracy remains uneven.
Initial proposals would establish a framework for closer integration of EU economic and monetary policies.
EU leaders discussed further measures to revive economic growth, generate jobs and help young unemployed people.
José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, today made a presentation on "Growth, competitiveness and jobs: priorities for the European Semester 2013" to the Heads of State and Government at the European Council meeting.
Better information about candidates’ political positions and party affiliations – and one fixed election day – would get more people to the polls.