Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,
Chocolatier Montezuma's has opened a recycling-focused pop up shop.
This week, we are looking at how Europe is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, we speak to FEMEN leader Inna Shevchenko about far-right patriarchy regression and female politicians, as well as a special moment with the Turkish president.
The 9th edition of International Government Communication Forum brought together global communication experts to explore best practices in the field.
While certain breakthroughs on women's rights following #METOO are celebrating among feminists, Inna Shevchenko continues to fight the patriarchy with activist group FEMEN, as she says, around the world, women's rights are continually under attack.
The Belgian government is suspending classes, shutting bars, restaurants and shops in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. The measures start midnight Friday until April 3. They mark some of the strictest measures outside of Italy.
Interim Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said his government will self-isolate for 14 days and he will work from inside his official villa.
One company has donated pods make with the technology to provide accommodation for hospital staff.