The new deal, already known as “Minsk 2”, will take effect with a ceasefire on Sunday morning
British PM, David Cameron, has urged his Greek counterpart, Alexis Tsipras, to break the stalemate
Since Syriza's victory in the polls last month, both sides have dug in over the renegotiation of Greece's €240bn bailout which Athens wants to dismantle
UN body criticises EU's Triton mission, as politicians and campaigners call for Italy to take action by reinstating its navy-run aid operation
Move follows the deaths of 30 civilians in the city of Mariupol over the weekend
President Petro Poroshenko alleged earlier this week that there are now 9,000 Russian troops in his country
Foreign ministers meeting in Belgium have promised to share intelligence in the face of a growing threat - but there is concern about the implications for privacy
The principality's rulers should not be too despondent, however, given that they already have many reliable income streams and can boast the highest per capita GDP in Europe
The amended Palestinian plan has wide European support
The US Senate report into the brutal interrogation techniques employed by the CIA has thrown the spotlight on the European nations that aided the agency.
Poland has acknowledged for the first time that there was a CIA “black site” on its soil.
Commission thwarts MEPs' attempt to reduce number of 'expert' advisers
The ex-Polish Prime Minister will need to build consensus in the post
Some MEPs have warned that such a stance could compromise the EU’s role as a neutral negotiator
But critics accuse the European Commission President of conjuring up figures without actually spending any new money
People across Britain are already accustomed to their shopping bills being a few pence more expensive if they forget their reusable supermarket bag. And yesterday all other nations across the European Union signed up to legislation to introduce similar measures, as part of a drive to drastically reduce the number of plastic bags in circulation by 2025.