Maia Sandu is the former Prime Minister of Moldova and candidate in the Presidential election. In this edition of Euronews' Global Conversation, Rosie Wright asks her about what Sandu calls Moldova's crossroads moment: between east and west, between functionality - or becoming a failed state.
In the former enemy nations of Bosnia-Herzogovina and Croatia, a new European cross-border project is promoting greener, cleaner schools and eco-friendly innovation - as well as better relations.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis surprised many when he said his government will now support the European Union’s new planned target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 55%. But is it realistic?
Restrictive measures were imposed against the head of Russia's military intelligence agency. The 2015 attack resulted in a "significant amount of data" being stolen and affected Chancellor Angela Merkel's email account.
The Russian president said he asked the country's Prosecutor General to immediately allow opposition figure Alexei Navalny to be moved to Germany for urgent treatment.
Denmark leads the way in Europe when it comes to climate-friendly policies. But lucrative North Sea oil is testing its green credentials.
Loving ugly fruit, helping roaming bears, and halting Hungarian wildfires: meet the winners of the EU's LIFE Awards 2020
This year, most of us have had to learn to live amidst a deadly crisis and uncertain future. For the Rohingya, this is not new. COVID-19 is yet another threat to their families, to their lives.
When much of Europe is turning against coal, Serbia is continuing to open new mines, often financed and built by China.