Pork industry at risk as swine fever hits farms across Eastern Europe. More than 120 000 pigs have been slaughtered in Bulgaria in an attempt to limit the number of swine fever cases.
The Democratic Party, chaired by controversial oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc, has resigned from power, paving the way for an unlikely coalition between a pro-Russia and a pro-EU party.
Crowds shouted 'go to prison' as Romania's Liviu Dragnea was taken to jail for corruption.
Our round-up of small and brilliant eco-friendly festivals across the continent.
Elections provoke heated debate in Ukrainian society, and opinions often divide families and the closest of friends. Yet sometimes they bring families back together as voters travel back to their birthplace to cast their ballots.
The lawyer and anti-graft campaigner, Zuzana Caputova, is set to win Slovakia's presidential election.
Polls opened in Slovakia on Saturday to elect a new President. A vocal government critic is on course to win after the murder of an investigative journalist last year dealt a blow to the current governing party.
Ukrainians won't have a shortage of candidates to choose from when they go to the polls to elect a new president. A record 44 people put their names forward, although five have since dropped out.
According to the European Environmental Agency (EEA), air pollution currently causes almost 500,000 premature deaths across Europe every year. The Balkans are considered Europe's most polluted region.
But experts said Bucharest should deal with its "corruption problem" and that any double standards were irrelevant.
People in Central and Eastern Europe are less accepting of Muslims, Jews, same-sex marriage, and legal abortion, a Pew Research Center survey has found.
Can Poland's ultra-conservative government reconcile its traditionalist approach with the values which dominate the European Union? Piotr Glinski, the Deputy Prime Minister, spoke to Euronews.
Strengthening military capacity is necessary, but should not be seen as the only priority of the country. The war can unite people and benefit those who are able to ride the wave of patriotism and collective emotion, but an one-dimensional take on statesmanship will soon show its limits.
There are reasons for optimism in dealing with the Russian information wars in Western Balkans and in the leading countries of the Eastern Partnership.
Euronews caught up with the football fans who were invited to stay in the homes of some residents in Kyiv.
Serbia's monarchs were kicked out of the country during World War II but they never gave up the claim to the throne. Now a new political party is lobbying to bring the monarchy back.
On Tuesday, Hungarian authorities arrested swimming executive Tamas Gyarfas for ordering the murder of business rival Janos Fenyo but on Wednesday his lawyer said he was innocent.