There were believed to be around 150 workers at the factory in northwestern Turkey at the time of the explosion.
The European Commission says too many passengers whose flights were cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic have not been refunded on time or have been offered only vouchers, in violation of EU rules.
A majority of Greeks admitted in a poll that they're quite loose with their language when behind the wheel with 47% also revealing they deliberately tailgate drivers they find annoying.
Authorities across Europe and the UK have arrested hundreds of people from some of the continent's biggest crime groups after infiltrating phone network EncroChat.
A blue swastika has been used on some unit emblems of Finland's Air Force since it was first established in 1918.
John Bruton told Euronews that there were elements in Britain's governing Conservative Party who wanted to 'wreck' the European Union
The country has fared relatively well, registering fewer than 12,000 coronavirus cases and under 350 deaths. However, a sharp rise in infections has been observed in recent days.
Military investigators have been looking into the KSK unit since a group of public German broadcasters reported in 2017 that at a going-away party, members displayed the Hitler salute.
Agnès Buzyn was health minister in France until mid-February and faced criticism over the government's coronavirus response.
Poland’s incumbent president Andrzej Duda topped the first round in the presidential election on Sunday, but now faces a run-off against the Mayor of Warsaw Rafal Trzaskowski on July 12.
Belgium's largest police union denies systemic racism in the country's police force, despite counterclaims by the Black Lives Matter movement.
Chancellor Merkel takes over the reins of the EU's rotating presidency on July 1. As Europe deals with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Merkel's moment comes at a critical time for the bloc.
German MEP Hannah Neumann said Brussels should use the promise of humanitarian aid and reconstruction funds as a bargaining chip to shape the situation in Syria.
The investigation was launched in October after police arrested a man in Bergisch Gladbach, near the western city of Cologne.
"It truly feels that our marriage is not even real," says Adrien Deslande who has been separated from his wife for months as she waits for a visa in Turkey.
Macron spoke just a day after the Green party surged across the country in Sunday's municipal election.
Trust in the US has fallen in the EU while negativity towards China has increased, leading many to call on the bloc to take a more unified response to global threats.