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Danish MPs block state secrets charges against former defence minister
Claus Hjort Frederiksen had been accused by prosecutors of illegally disclosing "highly classified information".
Scholz's Social Democrats 'suffer heavy losses' in regional election
The election in Schleswig-Holstein was seen as a test for Scholz's Social Democrat-led government.
Euronews Debates: What does Macron's second term mean for Europe?
Five Members of the European Parliament shared their views and expectations about the newly re-elected French president.
Ukraine denies German president's claim that he's not wanted in Kyiv
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s comments on Tuesday came after German media reports that he’s not welcome in Kyiv because he had close relations with Russia in the past.
Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations
With the appointment of Mario Draghi as Italy’s Prime Minister a new partnership between Italy and France has emerged. Ahead of France’s presidential election we looked back at how bilateral relations between the two countries have changed.
Germany's president admits errors in past dialogue efforts with Russia
Frank-Walter Steinmeier has admitted that his support for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline was "clearly" a mistake.
'Would you negotiate with Hitler?' Poland's PM asks Emmanuel Macron
Emmanuel Macron has spoken to Vladimir Putin at least 16 times since the start of the year.
Explained: Why Europe is balking at a proposed ban on Russian energy
The West has so far resisted sanctions on Russian energy. But in the face of alleged war crimes, some in Europe are pushing for an outright ban.
12 years of Orban: How the EU has failed to stop Hungary's backsliding
Twelve years of Orban: How the EU has failed to rein in Hungary's democratic backsliding
Serbia's presidential and parliamentary elections explained
Voters will be busy in Serbia this Sunday with presidential, parliamentary and regional elections planned.
Analysis: In just one week, the EU has changed forever
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrust the bloc into a new chapter that until recently would have been unthinkable.
Women win big at Berlinale as 'Alcarràs’ takes home Golden Bear
The prize list at one of Europe's biggest festivals was dominated by female talent with gold and silver bears going to a host of female directors and actors.
Steinmeier elected for second term as German president
A special parliamentary assembly met on Sunday, electing Steinmeier as president for another five-year term.
Scholz: Germany and US 'absolutely united' on Russia sanctions
Germany's Chancellor Scholz visits the US amid criticism of his government's stance towards Russia, while the French president hopes to convince Moscow to stand down over Ukraine.
Austria is to make COVID jabs mandatory. Will other EU nations follow?
COVID vaccines will be mandatory for all adults in Austria from 3 February.
Ricarda Lang and Omid Nouripour elected to lead German Greens
Nouripour is a veteran politician who has served in the Bundestag since 2006, while Lang is the youngest-ever Greens leader, elected to the Bundestag in September.
'Stakes couldn't be higher' over Ukraine, US tells UN Security Council
The US and Russia squared off as the UN Security Council meets for the first time since Russia's buildup of troops on Ukraine's border.