The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) confirmed to Euronews that they had sent an investigation report, containing judicial recommendations, to Poland in May 2019.
National authorities and lawyers are embroiled in debate after migrants crossing into Italy were found to be ushered into vans, deported to several countries, and ultimately abandoned outside the EU.
Countries across Europe are conflicted over whether a second wave of coronavirus has hit their respective nations, but apprehension appears to be universal for all.
According to Météo France, from July 1 to July 28, average precipitation represented only 28% of normal values across the country, making last month the driest July since 1959.
Spain's ex-king oversaw the transition from dictatorship to democracy but in later years became tainted by scandals that damaged the monarchy.
Business is booming for French pool rental app Swimmy as Europeans are increasingly ditching public pools for private rentals this summer.
Several European countries have seen an uptick in coronavirus cases after bringing down transmission. Is this the beginning of a second wave?
The former king's decision to move abroad amid a probe into his financial affairs is the latest bombshell in a long royal saga.
The new San Giorgio bridge in Genoa was built in just 15 months — quite an achievement in Italy where such work usually takes more than a decade.
The UK government accused Russian actors of attempting to interfere in last year's general election by illicitly obtaining and disseminating sensitive UK-US trade documents.
"A preliminary evaluation shows that there has been a failure in several of our internal procedures," Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam said in a statement.
The 12-year-old is not believed to have been a target of the shooting, and instead died after being caught in the crossfire at the fast-food restaurant.
A young man who held a bank employee hostage and threatened to detonate a bomb in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday has been arrested, the country's Security Services (SBU) have announced.
The decision follows a challenge to Andrzej Duda's re-election from the opposition Civic Platform party, alleging numerous irregularities.
The first of two new COVID-19 tests that can return results in just over an hour is being rolled out across the UK next week
Almost two years since Italy's Genoa bridge collapsed, killing 43 people, a new structure opens in its place on Monday.
The probe into Depardieu, who starred in films such as "Jean de Florette", was dropped in 2019 after investigators did not gather enough evidence for a formal charge.