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"Israel is, right now, in need of friends from Europe," said Walid Abu-Haya, deputy head of Israel's mission to the EU.
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Tear gas and water cannons were turned on protests in Paris, while similar demonstrations took place across France and in London, Madrid, and Berlin.
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Europe changed its position on intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines and also announced a series of measures aimed at reducing China's influence in Europe.
Ukraine accuses Belarus of stoking tensions over Jewish pilgrims
Tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews travel every Jewish New Year to the central Ukrainian town of Uman to visit the tomb of Rabbi Nahman, the founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement.
Iranian-Israeli play explores human connections in wartime
An Israeli and an Iranian, performing side by side a play about war in Brussels. Sahand Sahebdivani, born in Iran, and Raphael Rodan, raised in Israel play versions of themselves. The piece underlining what unites rather than divides.
Hebron tours explain Israeli settlement policy
The US administration announced, earlier this week, that it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories as a violation of international law. Euronews gives a glimpse about the challenges created by a settlement in the Palestinian city of Hebron.
The Brief: EU's role in the Palestine's dream of statehood
Ahead Israel's deadline to form a new government, Euronews traveled to the West Bank by invitation from the EU. The bloc's role in the region is in question, after the US policy shift away from the two-state solution.
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If Netanyahu fails to form a government, Israel is set on a path for its third election with its government in a deep-seated deadlock.
Austria to grant citizenship to descendants of victims of Nazism
Second and third-generation relatives with British nationality have expressed interest in applying for citizenship of the EU country as Brexit looms.
The Brief: How are the elections in Israel being viewed in Brussels?
Today Israel is having an election for its prime minister, and both candidates believe in a one-state solution. This conflicts with the EU's push to end Israeli expansion in the West Bank.
The Brief: Companies, EU citizens still adapting to GDPR data regulati
The General Data Protection Regulation has shaped the way companies handle the personal data of EU citizens since 2018. Some are still adapting to the rules though. Learn more by watching The Brief from Brussels.
Controversies shadow Eurovision finals
Hosted in Israel, the competition sparks concerns due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza
Gaza and Iran deal top EU foreign ministers meeting
Campaigners place thousands of pairs of shoes outside EU Council, to reflect lives lost in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Mideast: should the EU step in?
Official says Europe could play role of 'honest mediator' between Israelis and Palestinians.
Taking sides - EU lawmakers debate Middle Eastern conflict
Parliament renews commitment to two-state solution
'My mother saved my life,' Holocaust survivor tells Euronews
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It has been a dramatic seven days in Europe and beyond, involving political clashes, international incidents and moving ceremonies. Here are some of our highlights and lowlights of the week.
Israel uses tourism to promote settlements - EU
EU diplomats have reportedly warned that Israel is developing archaelogical and tourism sites in Palestinian neighbourhoods of Jerusalem as a way of legitimising illegal settlements.
The EU's new role in the Middle East?
Could the EU become an honest broker for stalled Middle East peace talks now that America has lost the trust of the Palestinians?
Brief: Fake news and Mid East peace
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
What hope for peace in the Middle East?
Has the US recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel helped or hindered the Middle East peace process?
EU officials fret over Trump Israel policy
EU officials are worried about US President Donald Trump’s move to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The bloc’s foreign policy chief
Accusations fly as Abbas and Rivlin hold separate talks with EU leaders in Brussels
The Israeli and Palestinian presidents were both in Brussels on Thursday for talks with EU leaders.
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My Europe Series
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