The British prime minister David Cameron has laid out plans to limit welfare payments to EU citizens who come to the UK.
If Brussels doesn’t accept
In this edition of Europe Weekly, EU health ministers call for more preventative measures to stem the Ebola outbreak; Farage and Grillo’s
In this edition of Europe Weekly; parliamentarians raise questions about the suitability of some of the candidates who want to serve in the next
Plantu is one of France’s best known cartoonists, having been drawing for the national daily Le Monde for the best part of 30 years.
The European Union has launched the latest phase of its massive 80 billion euro research and development programme, with calls for private partners
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US President Barack Obama arrives in Brussels on Wednesday. The last time he met with EU Presidents was at the launch of negotiations on a
With 100 days to go until the European elections, the countdown in the race for votes has begun in earnest.
Political parties of all persuasions
Georgia will be sending athletes to the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, according to the country’s prime minister.
Doubts had lingered over
Ukraine’s First Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov has said his country will “soon sign” an agreement on closer ties with the European Union.
The crisis in the European Union is far from over, despite some positive economic signs, according to the International Monetary Fund.
EU presidency holders Lithuania host the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius on Thursday and Friday, where Ukraine was expected to sign an
Albania should join the European Union “within the next ten years”, PM Edi Rama said in an interview broadcast on euronews on Wednesday.
After 20 years as King of the Belgians, Albert II abdicates on Sunday, allowing his eldest son, Philip, to take the throne.
And Philip’s succession
Having an internship has always seemed to be the most useful way for a student to spend a summer, even if it is an unpaid internship with poor
In this edition of Europe Weekly, euronews takes a look at Jean-Claude Juncker’s surprise resignation as prime minister of Luxembourg; Latvia clears
Euronews has met with the president of the European Broadcasting Union, an alliance of public service media organisations.
In an interview with
Europe’s economy is still lagging behind the United States, according to the OECD.
Brussels softens its stance on austerity but still wants more
A highly symbolic song from Portugal’s democratic revolution almost 40 years ago is again being sung loudly after two years of austerity measures
France and Germany try to side-step their differences and portray a united front; how the EU hopes to change “casino banking” and give every European
It is a symbol of post-war reconciliation. The European Parliament is built along the border of Europe’s once bitterest of enemies from wars that
The European Union is currently undergoing one of the most turbulent economic periods in its short history, with political, ideological and financial