Good Morning Europe
German economy grows by shock 0.1%
The Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles has said the migrant crisis in Greece is the direct result of EU policy
Catherine Woollard’s comments to Euronews’ Good Morning Europe came as the migrant issue in Greece and Bosnia was being discussed by the European Parliament
The bank’s new energy lending policy was approved with “overwhelming” support.
The ruling, by the European Court of Justice said the labels could no longer imply that goods produced came from Israel itself.
Swedish Police launch special task force
The warning comes after two states were ravaged by dozens of out of control wildfires this past weekend.
Romania will go to the polls on Sunday
Tunnels were just one of the creative ways East Germans tried to escape to freedom in the West.
Turkey has counted on Budapest to support it in all things related to the European Union
Public accounts have been carried over for the past three years, since the days of Carlos Puigdemont. Since he fled the country, the Catalan Parliament has passed only 6 laws, 46 are still pending.
Nikos Michaloliakos is accused of involvement in the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas
Soviet-era nuclear waste is threatening the water supply of millions of people in Kyrgyzstan. Europe is stepping in to try and prevent disaster.
In Shanghai, the French president will attend an import expo with other EU leaders.
Global bio-hacking summit in Finland
Martine Beckers lost her sister, brother-in-law, and niece in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. She says despite UN troops being stationed only 500 metres from their home, they didn't help stop their murders.
Forest fires struck in more European countries than ever before. Last year, wildfires destroyed nearly 178,000 hectares of land across the continent. That’s according to a new report by the EU Commission, which says it’s having to spend more to protect our countryside.
“The louder he shouts, the more you can see he realises he may have... deliberately embarked on an alternative foreign policy without authorisation from Congress," said Professor Scott Lucas.