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Navalny and Jeanine Anez on EU's Sakharov human rights prize shortlist
A group of Afghan women are also on the shortlist to win to European Union’s top human rights prize.
EU announces €1 billion in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan
As part of the new package, Brussels will send financial support to neighbouring countries in order to avoid a potential migration crisis.
UN chief 'asked EU states to take in more than 40,000 Afghan refugees'
It came as the European Commission hosted a high-level forum about the resettlement of Afghan refugees.
How does Europe's largest Afghan diaspora view the crisis back home?
Germany has more Afghans than any other country in Europe.
European military presence necessary in Sahel 'to prevent terrorism'
Co-founder and CEO of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center (ESISC) Claude Moniquet says it is a matter of the continent's security maintaining a military presence in Africa's Sahel region.
In Italy, the Afghan exodus has sparked a heated and divisive debate
Italy was on the frontline of Europe's last refugee crisis.
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Europe's week: EU manages Afghanistan withdrawal and Belarus sanctions
The week was mired by discontent among European Union countries. Train drivers in Germany went on another strike; Greek police clashed with participants of anti-vaccine rules protests; and in Poland, the public resistance against the country's controversial justice reform intensified.
EU will talk to the Taliban but will not recognise government: Borrel
EU cooperation with the Taliban is dependent on five conditions, including preventing the export of terrorism and respect for human rights.
'I arrived in sandals': Meet the Afghans starting a new life in Europe
Fearful for their families back home but hopeful for a new start, these are the Afghan escapees who now count Europe as their home.
EU agrees to rely on Afghanistan's neighbours to avoid migrant crisis
The EU is keen to avoid a repeat of the 2015 migration crisis when more than one million migrants arrived at the bloc's external borders.
Afghans in Belgium hope Taliban takeover will help their asylum cause
Euronews meets with Afghans living in Brussels. While some have obtained citizenship, others are undocumented and now hope that the situation in Afghanistan will force authorities to reconsider their asylum claims.
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Europe's week: ISIS strikes in Kabul, as Afghanistan evacuations continue
The Islamic State affiliate attacks at Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport have so far left 85 dead.
Kabul airport must be safe for future humanitarian missions, says EU
NGOs have warned of a humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan if aid can't get through.
EU evacuates diplomatic staff and Afghan allies from Kabul
The European Union has finalised the evacuation mission from Afghanistan, brining back its diplomatic service together with over 400 Afghan allies and family members.
'EU must intervene before Afghan refugees arrive at external borders'
Ylva Johansson said the European Union must support countries neighbouring Afghanistan to help them host displaced people fleeing the Taliban rule.
Could the EU use an old, obscure law to manage a new refugee influx?
Yes, but whether it would get any support in European capitals is another matter.
EU states should 'take in people in immediate danger' in Afghanistan
EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson says Europe should prevent unsafe smuggling routes but 'we cannot abandon people in immediate danger'.
Borrell: EU stops development aid to Kabul until it talks with Taliban
The EU's foreign policy chief says dialogue is necessary as the Taliban have "won the war" but does not imply formal recognition of the new Afghan regime.
Europe's capitals scramble to evacuate nationals from Kabul airport
From Madrid to The Hague, via Paris, Bucharest, London... European governments have been trying to rescue their nationals from Kabul, and where possible help Afghans who worked for them.
Fact check: French ambassador did not leave Afghan capital Kabul
Misleading rumours falsely suggested that France's Ambassador to Afghanistan had left Kabul, but he had instead moved the embassy's operations to the airport.
Will the Afghanistan crisis spark a refugee influx to Europe?
The question comes as the Taliban completed a rapid takeover of the country.
Germany, Netherlands and France suspend deportations of Afghans
The move comes as the Taliban have captured three more provincial capitals in a relentless campaign against Afghan government forces.
NATO must confront China, but Russia remains top threat - US official
US Chargé d’Affaires Douglas Jones tells Euronews that strengthening NATO is "all the more important" in a world of "increasing autocratic regimes".
US tells NATO allies it wants to 'revitalise the alliance'
Europeans allies welcomed the change of tone from the new US administration. “There will be no European defence without NATO and there will be no efficient and relevant NATO without Europeans," said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.
Europe's week: Vaccine boost and Afghanistan decision delayed
There was some relief for the EU this week both on vaccines and defence.
NATO to increase training in Iraq but delays decision on Afghanistan
With a May 1st deadline looming, defence ministers from the NATO military alliance have chosen to delay a decision on whether to withdraw forces from Afghanistan.