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Explained: What is Gazprom and what makes it so powerful?
Misleading beer festival video claims to show Italian farmers' protest
Why do central banks raise interest rates to curb inflation?
UK Parliament closes TikTok account due to data breach fears
Does Spain's fake monkeypox victim highlight perils of social media?
For the Russian banks banned from SWIFT, are there any options left?
Racist videos of Africans fuel a million-dollar industry in China
Beach body campaign slammed for using images without asking
Analysis from Italy: A political crisis that nobody wanted
Controversy over Ukraine presidential couple's Vogue photoshoot
Fact check: Are EU sanctions causing a food crisis, as Russia claims?
Is public health messaging around Monkeypox homophobic?
Here are the issues MEPs say matter most for Europe
All you need to know about the EU's 15% gas reduction plan
Fighting Europe’s fires: Inside the EU’s emergency response centre
YouTube to remove harmful or misleading abortion-related content
Fact check: Ukrainian protesters were not dragged off a road in Italy
Video: How coal and steel paved the way for the EU we know today
Fact check: Did Ukrainian refugees stay at former Nazi camp?
UK bans dating ads offering to meet 'lonely' Ukrainian women
Viral video wrongly claims French supermarkets are stockpiling mustard
'Alaska is ours' local Russia advertisement sparks outrage online
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Analysis: EU-UK relations 'not likely to improve' despite Tory contest
Rishi Sunak is viewed as the best hope for a negotiated solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol, EU sources said of the UK's Conservative Party race.
What do the leaked Uber Files reveal about revolving doors in Europe?
The leaked documents suggest Neelie Kroes overstepped her duties as EU Commissioner by lobbying in favour of Uber.
Which EU countries have been cut off from Russian gas?
Over the past months, Moscow has totally or partially cut off the gas supply to several EU member states, a radical attack that hurts both the European and the Russian economies.
Misleading video claims Dutch farmers attacked undercover police
A video massively shared on social media claims that angry Dutch demonstrators attacked undercover police officers during protests over emission cuts.
Divided French parliament gives new PM tough time during first address
Elisabeth Borne, who helms France's new minority government, had her 90 minutes of speech interrupted by MPs who shouted back, banged on tribunes and even booed.
Why move to label nuclear and gas as 'green' is so controversial
The plan, known as taxonomy, aims to make it clear to investors what can legitimately be called green.
Does NATO's collective defence apply to Ceuta and Melilla?
The two Spanish enclaves are the only territory the alliance has on the African continent.
How do EU member state parliaments compare on gender equality?
The share of women MPs and ministers is increasing in a majority of Member States. However, parity has not yet been achieved.
These moms on TikTok are raising awareness around child safety
A group of "watchdog moms" are trying to keep children safe by exposing the dangers on the platform.
Watch: A quick video guide to the Czech Republic's EU priorities
The Czech Republic begins today its six-month presidency, with a focus on Ukraine and the cost-of-living crisis.
Was Sánchez sidelined? Debunking Madrid NATO summit disinformation
As the NATO summit in Spain comes to an end, a lot of misinformation has spread on social media surrounding the event. Euronews fact-checked some of these claims.
Melilla massacre prompts international calls for investigation
MEPs, the African Union and an UN committee have demanded a prompt inquiry into the fatal border crossing.
Paris attacks trial: Will Salah Abdeslam ever be released from prison?
Social media users had expressed concern that Salah Abdeslam could be released after 30 years due to a provision claiming this is an option. But is it possible to ask for parole during the incompressible life sentence?
Turkey is now Türkiye: What other countries have changed their name?
Throughout history, many countries have chosen to re-baptise themselves, but not every new name has stuck.
Fact-check: 80,000 people did not protest Belgian support for Ukraine
Russian state TV misleadingly claimed that all protesting on 20 June wanted the Belgian government to stop sending aid to Kyiv.
Why was Georgia not granted EU candidate status?
EU leaders simply recognised Georgia's "European perspective" and asked for further reforms to ensure political stability.
How close are the Western Balkans to joining the European Union?
Ukraine and Moldova were given candidate status just weeks after applying to join the EU. Bosnia and Herzegovina applied in 2016. It is still waiting.
Watch: Is Ukraine ready to join the EU and how long could it take?
Euronews speaks with EU enlargement experts about the long process awaiting Ukraine.
EU energy: What countries will fill the gap left by Russian gas?
Russia has begun to cut gas supplies to several EU countries in retaliation for Western sanctions.
Doctored headline wrongly says 500m refugees about to arrive in Europe
A fake headline attributed to the New York Post has been circulating on social media claiming that 500 million refugees from Africa will soon be arriving in Europe.