Georgia wants to join the European Union.
Russia-led Nord Stream 2 pipeline took the EU to court over "unfair legislation" meant to stall the project.
Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini denied that his League Party took any money from Russia after allegations that a close aide held secret meetings in Moscow to seal the deal.
“The place of the Western Balkans is inside the European Union,” EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn said in his keynote speech on Thursday. But how serious is the EU in its commitment to continue the integration process? Euronews answers.
This week in State of the Union: another NGO boat in a Mediterranean standoff with Italy saw the EU Commission calling for migrants to be disembarked. A corruption report saw Hungary in the spotlight for refusing its publication, and we looked at how Brexit is affecting expats in Brussels.
Russian ambassador Vladimir Chizhov shared his thoughts with Euronews on the INF treaty suspension, US deployment of troops to Poland and the announcement of the four MH17 suspects. Read more about what he has to say.
Russia's parliament will today have the first reading of a bill considering the suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
Moldova's new Prime Minister Maia Sandu says her country will seek stronger ties with the EU and she has vowed to fight corruption. Sandu took office last week after months of political deadlock with the Democratic Party, which refused to recognise her new coalition government.
Several countries in Central and Eastern Europe have increased spending on their militaries, largely due to growing perceptions of a threat from Russia, according to a report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
The daughter of Putin's spokesman, Elizaveta Peskova, is currently interning for French MEP and former National Rally member Aymeric Chauprade, Euronews has learned. Chauprade said that Peskova does not have access to any confidential information.
Russia's foreign minister said EU sanctions against Russia are outside the framework of international law, referring to stricter rules for Nord Stream 2
As the EU tightened regulations on Nord Stream 2, why the fuss about a new gas pipeline?
Croatia’s adoption of the euro would be an unmitigated disaster, punishing a country whose judiciary suffers from entrenched corruption that is being exploited to extend Russian influence in Europe.
The German-Russian proposal to construct the new Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea threatens a US-German diplomatic conflict
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of avoiding negotiations to release Ukrainian sailors captured last month
Where do we draw the line between working without the United States and working against the United States, given the war of words over defence strategies and, lately, on a financial front?
Euronews looks back at the biggest stories from across Europe this morning.
Azov sea: what options are there for Europe and US?
In this edition of the Brief we speak to analysts about how the international community can respond to Ukraine-Russia tensions, we look at how a legal case could reverse Brexit and ask the Vice-President of the Commission about EU policy on Hungary.
Nine times out of ten, this anti-Russia campaign is in pursuit of entirely internal political goals. Medvedev talks to Euronews. EXCLUSIVE
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Russia’s Foreign Minister has hit out at the UK for using the EU to facilitate sanctions against Russia in the wake of the Novichok scandal.
Latvians elections to test role of bullwark against Russia
Ukraine's former deputy foreign minister reflects on his country's relations with Russia following the controversial meeting between US President Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
Russian security expert Aleksey Podberezkin tells Euronews that no one in Russia believes that Moscow was involved in the poisoning of former agent Sergei Skripal.
In this edition of State of the Union: Brussels warns there’ll be disruption whatever happens with Brexit, as the UK government publishes technical