Compensation remains unresolved as questions about the land watchdog's independence persist.
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich has tried to calm protest violence in Kiev that has claimed three lives. But the opposition remains sceptical.
Resentment is growing over German chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership and fiscal austerity measures.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev has attacked David Cameron's plan to tighten immigration rules for Bulgarians and Romanians in the UK.
Arbitration may still be possible after bilateral investment treaties with the EU are terminated.
The European Union has said sanctions on Zimbabwe will remain in place until the election observers' final reports are released.
Egypt's hardline military leader has warned against further protests in the country as the EU prepares to hold talks on the crisis.
The EU has demanded that the US explain a report in a German magazine that Washington is spying on the group.
The United States is even worse than Greece, with a debt equivalent of 105% of GDP.
US President Barack Obama has urged Britons to watch whether EU reforms were successful before deciding whether to leave the multi-nation bloc.
The European Union said it will assist if Cyprus contributes about €7-billion in revenue.
Zanu-PF scorns promises by the EU to further lift sanctions in return for political reform.
Israel has approved plans for the construction of 523 homes in the West Bank, despite EU warnings that this could undermine the peace process.
The European Union plans to ban menthol cigarettes and force tobacco firms to print large health warnings covering 75% of packaging.
The European Union will provide an additional $39-million in humanitarian aid for people displaced by the violence in Syria.
Spain's debt levels are set to rise, piling pressure on the government to apply for aid as it pours funds in to cash-strapped regions.
President Jacob Zuma began his state visit to the United Kingdom on Wednesday with a call for international sanctions on Zimbabwe to be lifted.