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What do Russians think of Putin's invasion of Ukraine?
We hit the streets of Moscow to find out what Russians made of the invasion of neighbouring Ukraine.
Ukraine is pushing for EU membership. But what are the real chances?
President Zelenskyy wants his country to join the bloc, but the process is long, arduous and extremely complex.
MEPs vote overwhelmingly to condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine
MEPs supported EU institutions working towards Ukraine's bid for membership and condemned Russia's violence in Ukraine.
Listen: Ukrainian translator gets emotional during Zelenskyy's speech
The official Ukrainian-English interpreter for the European Parliament appeared overwhelmed with emotion as he translated a speech by Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
‘Brave, direct, anti-nationalist’: Why Zelenskyy is Moscow’s nightmare
Ukraine's president has been praised for maintaining the morale of his troops and his country.
Brussels will apply a never-used EU law to host Ukrainian refugees
The 2001 EU directive will allow member states to grant temporary protection to those fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Doubts over whether all EU nations support Ukraine joining the bloc
"Membership is a long-standing request from Ukraine but there are different opinions and sensitivities within the EU on enlargement," said Charles Michel, president of the European Council.
100,000 gather in Berlin as protests over Russia's invasion continue
Demonstrators have taken to the streets in cities all across Europe to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine and spread an anti-war message.
Ukraine disinformation is spreading. Here’s what you can do to stop it
Disinformation has always been a feature of war. But in an age of unverifiable information being shared on social media, it can be hard to combat.
EU sanctions 351 Russian lawmakers who voted to recognise Donbas
The fresh package of sanctions also limits Russia's access to the EU capital and financial markets.
Near the frontline in eastern Ukraine, snipers and scepticism abound
Soldiers manning the frontline between Ukraine and the Russia-backed separatist regions are sceptical of the prospect of a new war.
Ukraine's defence ministry and two banks targeted in cyberattack
Kyiv has appeared to point the finger of blame at Moscow.
MEPs back €1.2 billion aid package for Ukraine, but divisions emerge
Far-right and far-left groups refused to support the financial proposal, which is being fast-tracked to ensure a faster disbursement.
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Europe's week: Ukraine, Warsaw fines, microchips & Maastricht turns 30
It was a week of frantic shuttle diplomacy as Western leaders raced between cities in an attempt to avert war in Ukraine.
Why is inflation so high in Europe & what can be done to slow it down?
Soaring energy prices are one of the main driving forces behind the rise in costs across the continent.
War-weary Ukrainians hoping for best as city chiefs prepare for worst
Hirske's position near the frontline in eastern Ukraine has shaped how it views US warnings of a Russian invasion.
Which EU countries are helping Ukraine militarily?
Some member states are opposed to providing military supplies and weapons, where as others, are in favour.
YouTube closes accounts of pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine
The move comes amid heightened tensions between the West and Moscow.
Russia will face massive costs if it attacks Ukraine, warns EU chief
Von der Leyen issued the warning during an interview with Euronews.
In eastern Ukraine, fear and scepticism about Russian invasion talk
Just 40km from Donetsk, Ukrainians on the front line face shell-damaged houses and a shattered economy.
Russian ambassador calls fears of invasion 'bluff' and 'hysterical'
"Russia has no plans to invade either Ukraine or any other country," Vladimir Chizhov tells Euronews, adding that "winter is not yet over."
EU reaffirms unity in Ukraine-Russia crisis amid reports of division
Josep Borrell said the bloc is "well advanced" in preparing sanctions in case Russia decides to invade Ukraine.
US urges Russia to make 'smart choice' to reduce Ukraine tensions
US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman tells Euronews that it's up to President Putin to choose "diplomacy as opposed to deterrence".
The best stories of the year from Uncovering Europe
Each weekday at 7 pm CET we bring you a European story that goes beyond the headlines to find the real issues shaping the continent. Here's the best of our Uncovering Europe series from 2021.
'Massive consequences': EU leaders warn Russia not to invade Ukraine
"Any further military aggression against Ukraine will have massive consequences and severe cost in response," EU leaders said in a statement following a summit in Brussels.
Ukrainians sign up for military training as Russia tensions ratchet up
“Most people think that war is somewhere far away and not here,” said one participant. “I think that is wrong. This can escalate. It is a dangerous situation."