The inaugural journey of the first Vienna-Brussels sleeper train has been touted as the big step toward sustainable travel in Europe.
Governments in Europe are declaring climate emergencies, the EU is touting its Green Deal, but unless other countries get on board is there any hope for climate action? That's where climate diplomacy comes in.
The chain, which has 875 pubs across the UK, plans to cut the prices of several European drinks by up to 60p (€0.70) for a month from January 31.
The European Parlament last week requested strong action from the Croatian presidency on rule of law. Here is the reaction from the Croatian presidency.
A criminal investigation has been launched after five people were killed and several more taken to hospital with burns.
Harry and Meghan are getting a clean break from the royal family, commentators said, as they analysed what lies ahead for the couple.
Free flowers were available for visitors to pick in Amsterdam's Dam Square.
The biggest union for Paris metro workers said on Saturday it would pause striking in order to "recharge" and "re-orient" the movement.
Cutajar's resignation comes shortly after the resignation of Joseph Muscat as the island country's prime minister.
There were mixed feelings among British MEPs this week as they sat in Strasbourg for the final time before Brexit. But there was delight among Catalan separatists after Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comin were finally allowed to take their seats.
A gardener found the missing painting in the walls of the art gallery.
Carlos Ghosn's legal team issued a statement on Friday denying the latest allegations by Nissan, Ghosn's former employer, against the fugitive businessman.
Police violence: Could France and Catalonia ban rubber bullet guns?
Euronews takes a look at the new Russian prime minister Mikhail Mishustin.
Commissioner Phil Hogan said the deal was all about November's Presidential election.
PM Oleksiy Honcharuk announced he was going to quit earlier on Friday after being caught on tape criticising Zelenskyi and saying he knew nothing about the economy.
But Zelenskyi has rejected the resignation.
Catherine Rowett, Green Party MEP, says Britain 'united in our hatred' of Brexit.