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Watch: Is Ukraine ready to join the EU and how long could it take?
Euronews speaks with EU enlargement experts about the long process awaiting Ukraine.
Don't negotiate with 'bandit' Putin, warns ex-oligarch
Mikhail Khodorkovsky told Euronews the Ukraine war will end on the battlefield because "there is no alternative."
Russian blockade of Ukraine grain exports a 'real war crime': Borrell
"The war is going to have dramatic consequences for the world," said the EU's foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell.
How has Europe reacted to Brussels backing Ukraine over EU candidacy?
"Europe isn't just geography. It's a set of values and Ukraine is fighting for them."
Misleading document says majority of Mariupol population is pro-Russia
A "top secret" document supposedly written by the Azov Battalion states that over 70% of Mariupol's population is loyal to Moscow.
Macron, Scholz and Draghi back EU candidate status for Ukraine
The move is "a strong, quick, expected gesture of hope and clarity that we want to send to Ukraine and its people," the French president said as the three leaders visited Kyiv.
Zelenskyy urges Ukrainians to 'hold on' in 'vital' Donbas
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said 'it is vital to stay in Donbas', urging his compatriots to 'hold on'.
The EU's recovery fund has a new raison d'être: energy independence
Brussels plans to tap into the unused money from the COVID-19 fund to slash dependency on Russian fossil fuels.
Meet the anarchists and anti-fascists fighting Russia in Ukraine
The anti-authoritarian platoon says it is "fighting for Ukrainian society", not the government in Kyiv.
Ukraine's territory will never be up for negotiation, warns Stefanchuk
Ruslan Stefanchuk told Euronews that "with each Bucha, the corridor for negotiations gets smaller and smaller."
The four options to get 20 million tonnes of grain out of Ukraine
The international community wants Russia to unblock trade routes and prevent a global famine.
Parent of missing Russian conscript questioned by security services
"It seemed to someone that the tragic death of my son did not shock me enough," said Dmitry Shkrebets, after he was accused of making bomb threat by Russian security services.
Russia claims Ukrainian forces retreating from Severodonetsk
Russia's MoD made the claim amid fierce street-by-street fighting in the key eastern Ukrainian city, although it cannot be verified.
100 days of war: How Russian state media are covering Ukraine invasion
Over the past three months, Russian state TV has switched its narrative from praising its troops in Ukraine to discrediting Western sanctions.
Debates and Opinion
As war rages, EU Green Deal finds itself at a crossroads | View
The EU has an opportunity to deepen its unity and establish itself as an anchor for global security, argues Laurence Tubiana.
Patriarch Kirill excluded from EU sanctions after Hungary’s objection
The last-minute move from Budapest angered diplomats, with one calling it "hostage policy."
Russia makes first conviction for 'fake news' over Ukraine posts
Pyotr Mylnikov was fined 1 million rubles (€15,000). A video clip circulated online purporting to show him 'confessing' to fostering 'a negative attitude' about the war.
'It's a big deal': Experts and MEPs weigh in on EU's Russian oil ban
The phase-out of seaborne crude is considered the most radical measure taken by the EU since the Ukraine war broke out.
Why the Druzhba pipeline was spared from the EU ban on Russian oil
Hungary's PM Viktor Orbán scored a big win by forcing an exemption into the original proposal.
EU leaders endorse ban on Russian oil, exempting pipeline imports
The European Council agreed to a Hungarian demand to completely spare oil imports coming through pipelines.
EU leaders are struggling to pass sanctions on Russian oil. Why?
Fresh EU sanctions on Russian crude and refined oil have been on the table for weeks without progress.
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Europe's week: Hope in the streets of Kyiv; the EU fears food crisis
Life, or something like it, has returned to the streets of the Ukrainian capital. But worries are mounting overseas about food shortages in the short and long term as a result of Russia's war
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Explained: Why higher gas costs lead to higher food prices
The connection partly lies in fertilisers, which require a great deal of gas to be produced.
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Europe's week: Hungary and Turkey block Western efforts against Russia
Analysis from Euronews' Brussels bureau on the key issues dominating the agenda in the Belgian capital this week.
Twitter unveils new policy to combat Ukraine war misinformation
False, viral tweets will no longer be amplified or recommended to users.
Kyiv slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes fast EU hopes
It comes after Scholz had said there are no shortcuts to Ukraine's EU membership bid.