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State of the Union: What were the top stories in the EU this week?
Biden makes his way to Kyiv as Europe marks one year since the Ukraine war began and Brexit reappears on the agenda, if not slightly prematurely.
'They need help': Global vigils held for Ukraine on war anniversary
Across the world, demonstrations of support for Ukraine and its people have been taking place, a year to the day since Vladimir Putin launched the Russian invasion.
'New normal': How Ukrainians are adapting to one year of war
Ukrainians in Odesa, Kyiv and Lviv talk about changes to their everyday lives one year on from the Russian invasion.
Ukraine and Lithuania shun OSCE Austria meeting over Russian presence
Ukraine and Lithuania shun OSCE meeting in Austria over Russian presence
Refuge in Germany: One million Ukrainians have settled since war began
Over one million Ukrainians have come as refugees to Germany since the war began. The main problem is a shortage of housing, especially in major cities like Berlin.
Are UFOs flying over the US? We asked the experts to find out
Several unidentified flying objects have been spotted in the United States, leading some to ask if they are aliens or something more sinister. Euronews asked the experts to find out.
Constant shelling forces Bakhmut residents underground
After 11 months of the war, the fighting remains intense on the eastern front of Ukraine and particularly in Bakhmut.
Germany still undecided on sending tanks to Ukraine
At a press conference, the NATO chief said he was confident that a decision would be made soon on whether Germany will send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.
Life on the 'zero line' of Ukraine's trenches
Frontline Ukrainian soldiers under constant bombardment in frozen trenches describe life under fire and their hopes NATO will send more tanks.
Death toll from Dnipro apartment building strike rises to 30
In his nightly address, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy condemned the "cowardly silence" of Russian citizens.
Russian missile destroys market in Kharkiv region killing two people
At least two women were killed and at least seven were injured after a Russian missile hit Shevechenkove in the Kharkiv region on Monday
Two scenarios for a possible Ukrainian counteroffensive
The UK Ministry of Defence suggested that Russian forces face two equally exigent counteroffensive scenarios: in the North East of Ukraine, in Luhansk, and in the South in the Zaporizhzhya region.
Watch: How constant shelling has destroyed a village in Ukraine
Hundreds of people used to live in Bohorodychany but now around ten remain living in the rubble with limited electricity and water
Lavrov threatens with Russian army as Moscow keeps bombarding Ukraine
Kyiv has repeatedly stated it would fight until Russia pulls out.
Moscow says it shot down a Ukrainian drone at air base
Russia said three servicemen were killed at its Engels air base by debris from a Ukrainian drone it said it shot down as it approached the area.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
Culture Re-View: Why is 22/12/12 the most important fictional date in pop culture? Plus, Samuel Beckett dies and Brandenburg Gate re-opens
Russian mothers alone as mobilisation exiles fathers
Russian mothers try to cope without their husbands after the Kremlin’s mobilisation was announced in September for military-aged men to fight in the war, and tens of thousands of men fled abroad.
Russia using '40-year-old' ammo and other key developments
Here is the latest from the war in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin admits fight in Ukraine is taking longer than expected
Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledged Wednesday that his “special military operation” in Ukraine is taking longer than expected but hailed the seizure of his neighbor's territory.
Russia expands its defence along the border with Ukraine
Russia has extended defence positions along its international border with Ukraine, and deep inside its Belgorod region, according to the latest defence intelligence.