"There is a risk that Putin will read congratulatory messages from Western leaders like European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump as a plea for a return to business as usual."
Director of Foreign Policy, Centre for European Reform
""A powerful explosion rocked this area and right after that I saw many people running away.""
"“Every girl who speaks is paving the way for another.”"
Former Playboy model
"“Instead of engaging on the substantive concern, Russia has sought to confuse the picture with at best misleading procedural arguments.""
UK Ambassador to UN Conference on Disarmament
""The dark arts have arrived in full force online.""
US Democratic Congressman
"I won't be throwing fish anywhere."
"Elections come and go but Gambia remains. There are rules governing the campaign and all aspiring candidates have the rules."
""It was a case like that. It opened like this. And the money was inside.""
In solidarity with night workers, Slovakian PM spent eight hours working a night shift in a car factory
The Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia have urged the European Commission to fight ‘double standards’ in the
Denmark is the latest European country to discover eggs contaminated with insecticide in its food chain
European Commission President Juncker agrees with Slovak PM over food quality disparity between EU members states
The European Court of Justice will reject a case brought by Hungary and Slovakia, that the EU migrant quota system is not legal, according to a preliminary opinion by advocate general Yves…
World champion Peter Sagan suffered a pedal problem in the final straight but slotted his shoe back into its clip in time and powered to victory in
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Serious divisions emerge as Hungary and Slovakia tell the EU's top court that sharing out asylum-seekers in a quota system is unlawful.
Citizens take to the streets in Bratislava to protest what they see as a corrupt government.
Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic join forces in critiquing food companies they accuse of selling inferior foods compared to richer EU nations
Mathieu Faivre anchored France to gold at the Alpine skiing World Championships in the Team Event at St Moritz.
Mikaela Shiffrin continued her dominant season winning the Stockholm Parallel Slalom, but there was also a first title for Linus Strasser.
In this edition of Real Economy, Euronews looks at the fiscal drain from Europe's long-term unemployment crisis.
State Secretary Branislav Ondruš explains why long-term unemployment is an issue in several Slovakian regions and how the government is taking action to allow more people to enter the labour…
What opportunities are there to turn Key Enabling Technologies (KETs)into business opportunities for SMEs across Europe?
Government is in the spotlight over funding of promotional events as part of EU presidency
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EU defence ministers appeared to be split on Tuesday as they mulled a Franco-German plan to boost defence cooperation in Europe.
The controversial TTIP and CETA pacts with the US and Canada respectively are both on the table.
European Union leaders will gather in Bratislava later in a bid to reinvigorate the bloc.