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State of the EU: Six takeaways from Ursula von der Leyen's speech
The European Commission president spoke about the Ukraine war, energy reform, fight against corruption and the reform of common fiscal rules.
EU Parliament slapped with complaint over 'backroom deal' for top job
Two NGOs said the deal to appoint Alessandro Chiocchetti as the Parliament's new secretary general was "unacceptable" and "sordid."
Sanna Marin: 'We will survive Russia's blackmail and the long winter'
Speaking before the European Parliament, the Finnish Prime Minister discussed the Ukraine war, the energy crisis and the rule of law.
State of the Union: What's the story behind the EU's keynote speech?
Delivered by the president of the European Commission, the EU's State of the Union speech marks the official start of the new legislative year.
Ukrainian PM urges EU to stand firm against Russia
Denys Shmyhal was in Brussels on Monday for the meeting of the EU-Ukraine Association Council.
MEPs' joint letter calls on Serbia to revoke EuroPride cancellation
The European 145 lawmakers signing the statement said that "awarding EuroPride to Belgrade was and remains the right decision."
Brussels 'must stop EU-based Russians being extradited home'
Bulgarian MEP Radan Kanev made the plea over the case of Alexey Alchin, who burned his Russian passport in protest at the Ukraine war and is now wanted on tax evasion charges back home.
Here are the issues MEPs say matter most for Europe
European lawmakers are worried about rising energy prices and a possible gas shortage next year.
Watch: What do MEPs think about abortion rights in Europe?
Euronews asks lawmakers if they think the latest ruling from the US Supreme Court could have spill-over effects in Europe.
European lawmakers demand that abortion be an EU fundamental right
European lawmakers condemned the US Supreme Court ruling that ended constitutional right to abortion.
MEPs back EU plan to label nuclear and gas investments as 'green'
Shouts of "traitors" and jeers could be heard as the result of the vote was revealed.
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.
MEP Awards: Meet this year's winners for best EU lawmakers
The annual ceremony honours lawmakers across the political spectrum for their legislative and political work.
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.
MEPs vote to reform the EU's emissions system and impose a carbon tax
The positive votes come two weeks after chaotic scenes erupted in the hemicycle, delaying the three key laws.
MEPs denounce fresh reports of migrant pushbacks in Greece
MEPs on the Civil Liberties Committee are calling on the Commission to ensure that the rule of law is respected at the bloc's external border.
Chaos erupts at EU Parliament as three key climate laws postponed
A vote on the Emissions Trading System caused an unexpected domino effect of rejections and delays.
Ukrainian parliament speaker addresses MEPs at the European Parliament
In his speech to MEPs on Wednesday, Ruslan Stefanchuk called on the EU to approve his country's membership application.
Bosnian film 'Quo Vadis, Aida?' wins European Parliament's film award
The film dramatises events of the Srebrenica massacre, during which Serbian troops sent Bosniak men and boys to death in July 1995.
Ukraine should be EU candidate 'as quickly as possible' - Metsola
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola told Euronews the EU has to open its doors to countries fighting for the principles of the union.
MEPs cancel official trip to Israel & Palestine after one denied entry
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the arrival of Manu Pineda, President of the European Parliament's Delegation for relations with Palestine, "was not approved."
MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms
Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.
Stargazers are the unexpected winners of the cost of living crisis
Stargazers are craning their necks during the cost of living crisis to see the skies, but why are they clearer than they have been for years?
MEPs meet with UK lawmakers to discuss Ukraine war and Brexit
The joint parliamentary meeting comes in the midst of growing tensions regarding the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Debates and Opinion
What have we learned from the Conference on Future of Europe? | View
Professor Alberto Alemanno examines the lessons learned from the citizen-driven, bottom-up process to reform the EU.
Explained: Why EU countries are at odds over treaty changes
Supporters of treaty changes say that it will make the EU quicker to respond to crises like COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine but opponents say it will take too much political energy that's currently needed elsewhere.