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Brussels mulls EU-wide gas reserve to prevent energy price volatility
The European Commission has unveiled a series of short-term measures to palliate the ongoing energy crunch, together with proposals for the long haul.
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.
Ten EU countries call on Brussels to label nuclear energy as green
The member states argue the current energy crunch, which has sent electricity prices soaring, makes the case for nuclear as an affordable, low-carbon energy source.
Platform workers gather in Brussels to demand better working rights
On World Day for Decent Work, platform workers joined a symbolic demonstration in front of the European Commission.
EU commits €9 billion to Western Balkans but divisions persist
EU leaders met in Slovenia to reaffirm their intention to welcome the six Western Balkan countries but failed to deliver major political breakthroughs.
Report into the abuse of Rohingya women wins top EU media prize
This year's Lorenzo Natali Media Prize also recognised investigative reporting into the conditions of migrant workers in Spain and India's under-reported hunger crisis.
EU suspends visas for Belarusian officials amid migrants row
Brussels believes the Lukashenko regime is sending migrants towards the EU's eastern border in order to destabilise the bloc and sow chaos.
What's on the agenda for the new EU-US Trade & Tech Council?
EU and US officials want to use the forum to strengthen economic ties, coordinate digital policy and resolve transatlantic disputes.
Google and EU head to court to decide the fate of €4.3 billion fine
The five-day hearing will focus on whether Google has used its Android system to impose illegal restrictions on phone makers and stifle competition.
New US-Australia defence pact eclipses EU's Indo-Pacific pivot
As the EU unveiled a new strategy to engage with the Indo-Pacific region, its top diplomat struggled over the timing of the announcement — which came just hours after the US and UK launched a new security pact with Australia.
VDL pitches European Chips Act to boost the EU's tech self-reliance
Some might say Brussels is pitching the European Chips Act in a bid to Ketchup up with the rest of the world.
What do MEPs think of von der Leyen's State of the Union speech?
Euronews speaks with Members of the European Parliament to see how they feel about the many proposals and priorities that von der Leyen outlined during her annual speech.
What are the key takeaways from Wednesday's State of the EU speech?
The fights against COVID-19 and climate change as well as migration, respect for rule of law and a European defence policy are the main issues Brussels will wrestle with in the coming months.
State of the Union: Did von der Leyen deliver on last year's promises?
Euronews looks at what progress has been made on promises from last year's State of the Union speech
Can Brussels really become the world's largest issuer of green bonds?
The European Commission is about to issue its first-ever green bonds to finance the post-coronavirus recovery. The market is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2023.
Brussels demands bankrupt Alitalia repays €900mln 'illegal state aid'
The EU's anti-trust watchdog has found Italia Trasporto Aereo S.p.A. (ITA) is not the economic successor of Alitalia.
EU wants daily fines for Poland over its contentious judiciary reforms
The European Commission has asked for daily penalties to be imposed on Poland until the country agrees to change its controversial disciplinary chamber of judges.
Brussels must stand up to Poland and Hungary on rule of law, says MEP
Dutch liberal MEP Sophie in 't Veld told Euronews that action needs to be taken against Hungary and Poland before it is too late.
EU countries advised to reintroduce restrictions on US travellers
The Delta variant is sending infections and hospitalisations soaring. The US is now registering more than 1,000 new cases per day, the highest level since March.
MEPs threaten to sue Commission over making EU handouts conditional
The European Parliament gave the executive two months to activate a conditionality system that links the reception of EU funds with respect for the rule of law and fundamental rights.
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'.
EU needs more than 70% vaccination coverage to stop variants
Professor Marc Van Ranst says COVID-19 can "happily circulate" among the unvaccinated and urges EU countries to speed up their health campaigns.
EU to press on with legal case against Hungary despite referendum
"We find Hungary has failed to explain why the exposure of children to LGBTIQ content as such would be detrimental to their well-being or not in line with the best interests of the child,"
EU wants a bigger share of the microchips market
Brussels says it wants the EU to have a 20% share of the global market for microchips by the end of the decade.
Judicial independence is a concern in some EU countries, says Brussels
The European Commission again highlighted Poland and Hungary as being of particular concern.
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