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The Council of Europe's anti-corruption body GRECO says that countries need to do more to protect against graft among politicians.
A hospital in Antwerp is using a polyglot robot to screen patients for coronavirus symptoms and make sure they’re wearing masks.
The EU’s Foreign Policy chief Josep Borrell defended the 'one country, two systems' principle but no sanctions against China have been put on the table.
Belgium is considering winding down soldiers' counter-terror patrols. At the height of the terror threat, thousands of soldiers paced the streets. Authorities are weighing up the cost of such security measures against the concerns over future threats.
For the deaf or hard of hearing, the see-through panel allows them to lip-read while maintaining a safe distance.
Politicians and experts are now pouring over the details of the EU's trillion-euro recovery package. While it was welcomed by France, Germany, Spain and Italy, other countries in the north of Europe still need some convincing.
European Commission president tells Euronews that the massive stimulus package is 'Europe's moment'.
As Latin America becomes the new epicenter for the pandemic, the EU and Spain sought to raise awareness and aid to help Venezuelan refugees struggling from the migration and health crisis.
Of the 750 billion euro recovery fund, the 500 billion euros would be given to EU countries as grants, the remaining 250 billion euros would be available as loans."
Ahead of Commission's announcement on the recovery fund and EU budget to fight the economic fallout of the pandemic, we look at what the EU has put forward so far to help European countries rebound from the crisis.
As the European Commission prepares to announce its recovery fund and new EU budget to help the economy rebound from the pandemic, the 'frugal four' have called for Brussels to be 'realistic' on the size and conditions for funding.
It comes after the German government and flagship carrier Lufthansa reportedly reached an agreement on state aid worth €9 billion.
The European Union is due to announce economic recovery plans which could be up to one trillion euros and wants to pull Europe out of the crisis with green measures.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks at the splits over the EU's coronavirus recovery plan.
As the shutters slowly rise on Europe’s economies, and the immediate health emergency eases, the focus turns to the continent's recovery.
Amid coronavirus economic concerns, the European Commission is moving forward with its plans to make Europe's farms greener.
Long queues at borders have become a feature of travelling within the EU during the pandemic, but Romanian MEPs say it highlights the reality of travel from non-Schengen member states.
Paschal Donohue says there would be “great difficulty” for the EU if “existing divergences” among member states are “exacerbated” by the impact of COVID-19.