Lawmakers in the former Soviet republic voted Friday to drop their "foreign agents" bill, which critics view as a threat to democracy as well as the country's push to join the European Union.
Frost, floods, energy prices and Brexit are among the possible culprits in the shortage of tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli and lettuce in the U.K.
Britain and the European Union signed a new agreement to solve one of Brexit's thorniest challenges: the trading status of Northern Ireland.
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Starting Sunday, the EU will prohibit imports of Russian gasoline, diesel and other products from Russian refineries used throughout Europe.
This is the first summit to take place with Ukraine as an official candidate to join the European Union.
Western defense officials are meeting to coordinate military assistance to Ukraine. Germany has resisted their efforts to persuade the country to export its Leopard 2 tanks, or allow others to do so.
It marked a fresh start for the small Balkan nation of 4 million that captured international attention three decades ago as the site of a brutal war that left nearly a quarter of its economy in ruins.
Germany is firing up coal plants and importing liquefied natural gas to shore up energy supplies. Activists are carrying out increasingly disruptive protests, gluing themselves to roads and runways.
Plans take effect next week that would ban most Russian oil imports from Europe and put a price cap on the oil going elsewhere. But Russia could still make money off oil to fund its war in Ukraine.
Though Italy's new prime minister vows to continue the country's staunch support for Ukraine, much of the public is critical of Italian weapons deliveries and analysts say the government may waver.