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Ukrainians struggle to find housing as reality bites in Belgium
After a warm welcome initially, some Ukrainian refugees are now struggling to settle in Belgium.
Tens of thousands hold pro-EU, anti-government protests in Georgia
Protesters blame the ruling Georgian Dream party for the country's failure to be granted European Union candidate status earlier in June.
Ukraine: Kametstal steel plant challenges during Black Sea blockade
While the Azovstal factory in the key city of Mariupol fell to Russian forces in mid-May, work continues from another site three hundred kilometres away at the Kametstal plant.
EU agrees on landmark rules to tame 'Wild West' crypto market
The rules aim to better protect consumers from wild swings in cryptocurrencies and require more transparency on the industry’s environmental impact.
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.
'Historic moment': EU and New Zealand strike trade deal
This is the first FTA the EU has struck in which it has integrated commitments toward the Paris Climate Agreement.
Global Corporate Tax: France says EU can bypass Hungarian veto
The French Economy Minister said on Thursday that he is working on "alternative solutions" to enable member states to implement the 15% levy on large multinationals despite Budapest's veto.
What the Commission wants you to do to save energy as Russia cuts taps
Saving energy is particularly important as consumers deal with high bills and as the EU as a whole might struggle to secure all the energy it needs to face the coming winter.
EU countries agree to end sale of combustion-engine cars by 2035
The EU wants to become the world's first carbon-neutral continent by 2050.
Austria to reopen closed coal power station despite climate goals
The Mellach power plant is based in the south of the country.
Government bid to ditch parts of Brexit deal passes first hurdle
British MPs passed a bill paving the way for post-Brexit trade rules to be scrapped, despite criticism that it breaks international law and may provoke a trade war with the EU.
Big EU majority says war has or will hit their living standards - poll
The survey comes as the Eurozone battles record inflation.
Five things you need to know about the Ukraine war this weekend
From rocket attacks against the Ukrainian capital to the Sievierodonetsk falling into the hands of Russian troops, these are five of the main developments of the war.
ETIAS: Everything we know about the new €7 fee to enter the EU
The EU's new visa waiver system will launch next year. So how will ETIAS work, who needs to apply and when can you do it?
Croatia to officially join eurozone as EU summit wraps
EU leaders turned their attention to the cost of living crisis and food security today.
European countries return to coal as Russia threatens to turn off gas
The EU has warned member states not to slide back into dirty fossil fuels as a way of coping with the energy crisis. But what other options are there?
Approved! EU countries endorse Ukraine as official candidate
The 27 leaders also granted Moldova the candidate status, while Georgia was left on the waiting list.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war on Thursday
From Ukraine's EU candidacy to Russian army's progress in the east, here are five of the latest developments in the war.
Watch: Why Russia is threatening Lithuania over Kaliningrad
The exclave, sandwiched between Lithuania and Poland, is of strategic importance for Russia, which acquired the territory after WWII.
EU Summit: Ukraine and Moldova granted candidate status for membership
Euronews takes you through the day of summits in Brussels as EU leaders discuss Ukraine, its EU candidacy and food security.
European Commission wants to slash use of pesticides by 50% by 2030
A complete ban on pesticides is being proposed in public areas, such as parks and playgrounds.
Brexit will make UK workers poorer over next decade, report says
An academic report "The Big Brexit" says some negative impacts on trade cannot be explained by the pandemic and is down to the UK's departure from the EU.
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With Ukraine, the EU must fulfil its historical responsibility | View
The EU must assume geopolitical leadership vis-à-vis its Eastern neighbourhood, writes MEP David McAllister.
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.
Germany refuses to agree to EU ban on new fossil fuel cars from 2035
In its bid to cut planet-warming emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 from 1990 levels, the European Commission has proposed a 100 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions from new cars by 2035.
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.