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EU leaders urge US to end COVID-19 vaccine export limits
EU leaders urged Washington to end COVID-19 vaccine export limits instead of focussing on waiving vaccine patents.
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EU's credibility 'undermined' if North Macedonia delayed from joining
On Thursday it emerged Brussels could press ahead in talks with Albania over membership of the EU, leaving North Macedonia behind.
Italy, Malta & Libya slow to react to deadly shipwreck, analysis finds
An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.
Europe's 'stop-and-go' COVID strategies 'likely led to more deaths'
Five countries that opted for COVID elimination policies had fewer deaths and better economic recovery, a new study revealed.
Sea Watch 4: Rescue ship carrying 455 migrants docks in Sicily
A rescue vessel with hundreds of migrants aboard has disembarked at the Italian port of Trapani.
Brussels calls for a law to protect Europe's endangered journalists
"There is nothing in our European rules recognising the special role of the media as one of the pillars of democracy."
Which countries are Europe's worst for journalistic freedom?
Monday marks World Press Freedom Day, so amid what RSF has called a ‘dramatic deterioration in access to information’, Euronews takes a look at the 10 worst countries in Europe for press freedom.
European countries cautiously ease coronavirus restrictions
France and Greece became the latest European countries on Monday to begin cautiously relaxing their lockdowns.
Art galleries across Europe organise exhibitions around COVID-19 rules
Art galleries, displaying works by famous artists such as Salvador Dali and Maurits Cornelis Escher, have planned exhibitions around Coronavirus restrictions.
Europe should stop waiting for the U.S. on climate. It should lead.
European nations have learned that U.S. presidents come and go. Waiting for Washington to institute global change is a fool's errand.
Ethereum jumps to record high on report of EIB digital bond issuance
Reports of a bond sale by the European Investment Bank on the Ethereum network have sent the value of Ether soaring to new heights.
The 6 airlines with the highest COVID safety ratings
Feeling anxious about travelling by air again? Airlines are upping their game when it comes to COVID. These are rated the safest options.
What is aquaculture and can it prevent overfishing?
We’re eating more fish than ever. 144 million tonnes of it per year. But, we’re not actually catching more fish. How is that possible? The answer is aquaculture.
Vaccinated US tourists will be allowed to visit the EU this summer
Here's what we know so far on the conditions US travellers will have to meet to travel to the European Union in Summer 2021.
Albania's EU dream is on hold. Its leaders may like it that way
It hasn't escaped attention in the Western Balkans that it is Muslim-majority states such as Albania and Kosovo that have struggled to find a welcome in Brussels.
UK policy to deport EU rough sleepers condemned as 'inhumane'
The Home Office has published guidance on how to implement new immigration rules that could see non-UK nationals sleeping rough lose permission to remain in the country
UEFA warns European Super League players of international fixture bans
Players of 12 clubs warned that they may not be able to represent their countries in international fixtures.
From Russia to Britain, Philip's royal ties spanned Europe
Prince Philip's family ties spanned most of the European continent's royal houses.
Weaning Europe off COVID bailouts will be a tough balancing act | View
Now is the time to consider how to roll back support when the opportunity presents itself, say Ivan Mikloš and Soňa Muzikárová.
China’s European ghost towns: The tourism trend that went wrong
Over the years, China has taken to recreating some famous European towns and cities to attract tourists. But does it work? We find out.
Europe's Muslims prepare for second Ramadan under shadow of pandemic
From London to Madrid, Islam's holiest month will be marked under pandemic restrictions for the second consecutive year.
Europe's COVID deaths top 1 million as pandemic hits 'critical point'
Europe is the world's worst-hit region with a coronavirus death toll of at least 1,000,288 on Monday.
These are the six most vegetarian cities in Europe
From burgeoning diner chains to the world's oldest vegetarian restaurant, experts say Europe comes out on top.
A guide to the strangest Easter traditions from around the world
In mainstream culture, Easter is most closely associated with spring flowers and chocolate eggs. But some towns and cities around the world have their own take on celebrating the Holy Week.
A summary of how Europe is fighting a third wave of COVID-19
Where are cases out of control and who is locking down?
COVID: Paris hospitals to be ‘overwhelmed’ amid Europe’s third wave
Hospitals in Paris are on the verge of being “overwhelmed” doctors have warned, as new restrictions came into force in France over the weekend.