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Towards 'total freedom': Portugal eases COVID-19 restrictions
As COVID-19 indicators improve, Portugal plans to relax pandemic measures introduced last month to curb the fast-spreading Delta variant, including localised curfews.
Hungary and Poland 'not the only nations found wanting on LGBT rights'
Hungary and Poland are not the only European countries found wanting when it comes to LGBT rights, it's been claimed.
Belgium reassesses river flows after deadly floods
Experts in hydrology and river flows are now warning that major research must be conducted in order to know exactly how to rebuild the towns destroyed by the floods.
Flood survivors tell of ‘tsunami’ that leaves their future uncertain
More than 180 people in Belgium and Germany have died in the massive flooding that crashed through parts of Western Europe on Wednesday and Thursday. Those who survived found their homes destroyed or badly battered.
Experts: Europe floods show urgency to tackle climate change
Scientists say the link between extreme weather and global warming is unmistakable and the urgency to do something about climate change undeniable.
Migrant deaths on sea routes to Europe more than double, says UN
Restrictions on humanitarian vessels combined with the absence of government-led search and rescue operations were among the main factors behind the spike, according to the International Organisation for Migration.
What is behind Russia and the West's recent Black Sea confrontations?
Western nations shouldn't shy away from tit-for-tat moves when Russia breaks maritime laws, a foreign policy expert told Euronews after a series of naval incidents in the Black Sea.
Cyprus: 'Worst ever' fire that killed 4 now under control
A 67-year-old man is being investigated on arson charges after four people died in what authorities called the “most destructive" fire in the island nation's history.
Swedish PM Lofven resigns, parliament's speaker to seek new government
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has chosen to resign rather than call snap elections after he lost a confidence vote last week.
Brussels greenlights Italy's €191.5 billion COVID-19 recovery plan
Italy will receive the largest share of the EU's €750 billion coronavirus recovery package.
Fugitive far-right soldier apparently found dead, says Belgian police
A body was found on Sunday by people walking in a wooded area. Initial evidence indicates it is Conings and that he killed himself, Belgian police said.
Five killed in school construction site collapse in Belgium
Five construction workers were confirmed dead on Saturday after a school building site partially collapsed in the Belgian city of Antwerp.
Founding father of EU Schuman moves ahead on sainthood path
Robert Schuman, an architect of European integration, has moved ahead on the Catholic church's path toward possible sainthood, the Vatican said.
Great British Railways: genuine reform or a slick rebrand?
Is there any substance to the UK's railway reform?
What's the future of EU-Swiss relations now talks have collapsed?
Euronews looks into the past, present and future of Switzerland's cooperation with the EU after Swiss leaders rejected signing a long-delayed framework agreement with Brussels on Wednesday.
Lithuania latest to pull out of track cycling competition in Belarus
The decision to boycott follows the forced diversion of a plane on Sunday by Belarusian authorities.
Albania & North Macedonia's EU membership bids 'must be together'
Brussels had been considering both applications together, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
Why does Europe Day matter and how can you take part in it?
From a debate on the future of Europe to online concerts with top European bands: there are many ways to observe Europe Day this Sunday.
Italy, Malta & Libya slow to react to deadly shipwreck, analysis finds
An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.
Europe's 'stop-and-go' COVID strategies 'likely led to more deaths'
Five countries that opted for COVID elimination policies had fewer deaths and better economic recovery, a new study revealed.
Sea Watch 4: Rescue ship carrying 455 migrants docks in Sicily
A rescue vessel with hundreds of migrants aboard has disembarked at the Italian port of Trapani.
Brussels calls for a law to protect Europe's endangered journalists
"There is nothing in our European rules recognising the special role of the media as one of the pillars of democracy."
Albania's EU dream is on hold. Its leaders may like it that way
It hasn't escaped attention in the Western Balkans that it is Muslim-majority states such as Albania and Kosovo that have struggled to find a welcome in Brussels.
From Russia to Britain, Philip's royal ties spanned Europe
Prince Philip's family ties spanned most of the European continent's royal houses.
Weaning Europe off COVID bailouts will be a tough balancing act | View
Now is the time to consider how to roll back support when the opportunity presents itself, say Ivan Mikloš and Soňa Muzikárová.
Europe's COVID deaths top 1 million as pandemic hits 'critical point'
Europe is the world's worst-hit region with a coronavirus death toll of at least 1,000,288 on Monday.