Chronic, degenerative and incurable, Parkinson’s disease affects five out of 1000 Europeans over 60 years old.
Researchers are now using the latest
Eco-innovation provides 3.5 million jobs across Europe, most of them in SMEs (small and medium sized businesses) which can apply for EU financing
Organised crime groups are quick, entrepreneurial and good at making money, but getting hold of that stash is proving an uphill battle. In this first
In this edition of U Talk, Sarah, from Lyon, France, asks: “Why can Israel participate in European League football?”
Culture Without Obstacles
The EU funds a number of projects for disabled people. Here are some of them.
Catch links and integrates the world of artistic
Martin Schulz, the recently elected President of the European Parliament has been speaking with euronews about the public’s perception of Europe, as
More excerpts from our interviews with cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the kamancheh player Kayhan Kalhor and the pipa player Wu Man.
Chris Burns: “The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Commissioner, Thomas Hammarberg, wraps up his six year term at the end of this month and he’s
The money boom that led to the financial crisis has changed Icelanders’ values.
The banking crash there has hit not only their enviously high
In this edition of The Network with Chris Burns — Generation Y, how are Europeans born in the 1980’s and 90’s facing the financial crisis? How would
Europe faces a pensions timebomb as the active population shrinks and societies get older. The financial crisis has made things worse, but also
In this edition of U talk, Gaetano Notari asks: “What duties and operations does the European police agency Europol carry out in fighting
Josep, in Catalonia, asks: “According most of surveys, independentism is growing up in some stateless nations of the EU, like Scotland, Catalonia
Fariba Mavaddat, euronews: Over the past year, Middle East and North Africa have seen monumental change sin their histories. As citizens across the
The European Parliament is backing a programme to teach European identity in schools. How do we teach such a subject?
Is it propaganda or as one
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Mount Etna erupted for the twelfth time since 2011. (filmed in Catania/Sicily by Andrew Azzopardi)
“I am Ana from Lisbon. I would like to know how can we put an end to sexism and to the prevailing social differences between men and women which is
Aurora Velez, Euronews: You’ve studied at Harvard, Oxford and Yale, how did you come up with the idea of creating this huge web of social
state of the union
For those of you who couldn’t follow the news during the week, Europe Weekly has a round up of the main events. We look at the eurozone crisis. Who