NATO is set to send more troops to the Baltics and Poland to deter any perceived Russian aggression. What does this say about peace in Europe?
Compulsory military service is back in Lithuania, and 4,000 NATO troops are being deployed to the Baltics and Poland - all of which border Russia.
"We don't have a safety net as effective as we used to have during the Cold War," says OSCE secretary general.
A Euronews reporter visits the Ukrainian army side of the frontline where intermittent clashes with pro-Russian fighters are breaking an uneasy ceasefire.
Farmers need to control weeds to ensure good harvests, but are they poisoning us in the process? And are we letting companies put dangerous products that may cause cancer into our food and cosmetics?
Whether they are bought from the chemist or the supermarket, and whether or not they feature the mention “hypoallergenic,” “paraben free” or “dermatologically tested,” many cosmetics contain chemical
Currently in Europe, manufacturers of glyphosate have asked to have their European Internal Market licence renewed. But many are opposed to this herbicide and are attempting to block their way.
This week on *Insiders* we investigate how the UK’s decision to leave the EU will affect the sovereign state - and the continent.
Insiders speaks with Pieter Cleppe of think tank Open Europe on what changes Europe can expect post-Brexit.
Scottish National Party member Ross Cassie speaks to Insiders on what Brexit could mean for Scottish independence.