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"I was truly startled when our team discovered that, in at least eight European countries, activists are providing women with a ‘treatment’ based on pseudo-science under the nose of regulators."
Italy secures place in final 16 after beating Switzerland 3-0
The Italian side made the knockout stages with a game to spare.
What is oenotourism and which European country specialises in it?
Oenotourism is on the rise, but what are its origins and where should you go to try it?
G7: British PM says 'more equal' recovery from pandemic needed
G7 leaders are gathering in England where they will discuss a range of issues including supplying poor countries with COVID vaccines and climate change.
Vaccination rates need to be faster in Europe this summer, WHO warns
The regional director for the WHO has warned that Europe must learn from "last year's lessons" to avoid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases after the summer.
Watch: 'Ring of fire' solar eclipse visible in Europe's skies
A "ring of fire" will be partially visible in many parts of Europe as the first solar eclipse of the year lights up the sky.
Joe Biden kicks off Europe visit with warning for Russia
Joe Biden warned Moscow that it faced "robust and meaningful" consequences if it engaged "in harmful activities."
Where can Europeans travel to right now?
Whether you’re from the UK or the EU, there are lots of options open to you in Europe and beyond.
Spain reopens to global tourists - as long as they are vaccinated
Visitors from both low and high-risk countries will be able to visit as Madrid strives to reinstate its "world tourism leadership" after being hard-hit by the pandemic.
The tiny European villages where they speak their own unique language
From Livonian to Griko, discover these European villages where people speak another language from everyone around them.
Croatia lures digital nomads with tax breaks
Craving a change of scenery? Croatia could be just the place for you this summer.
European companies criticised over West African food security
“The fishmeal and fish oil industry, and all governments and companies supporting them, are basically robbing local populations of livelihoods and food," said Dr Ibrahimé Cissé, senior campaigner at Greenpeace Africa.
A guide to some of the most awe-inspiring bodies of water in Europe
To celebrate EU Green Week, we take a look at some of Europe's most beautiful destinations that centre around water.
Great British Railways: genuine reform or a slick rebrand?
Is there any substance to the UK's railway reform?
What's the future of EU-Swiss relations now talks have collapsed?
Euronews looks into the past, present and future of Switzerland's cooperation with the EU after Swiss leaders rejected signing a long-delayed framework agreement with Brussels on Wednesday.
Environmentalists wary as private jet demand soars post lockdown
Flights departing from the UK and France account for more than a third of all private jet emissions in Europe.
Fancy a road trip? Here are the companies who'll plan one for you
Everyone loves a road trip, but not everyone loves planning, Why not have it all done for you by one of these companies?
Lithuania latest to pull out of track cycling competition in Belarus
The decision to boycott follows the forced diversion of a plane on Sunday by Belarusian authorities.
Arrival of hydrogen-powered trucks is raising the stakes for Europe
Asian manufacturers are turning the heat up on European auto companies with the arrival of hydrogen-powered trucks on the continent.
Meet the young Jewish voices pushing for peace from across Europe
#NotInOurNames group is against evictions in Sheikh Jarrah, and the Israeli government claiming to speak for all Jews, in Israel and the diaspora.
What is the global chip shortage and why should we care about it?
Here is everything you need to know about the global chip shortage and how it threatens to impact everyone's daily lives.
Europe's best kept secret islands to avoid the post-lockdown crowds
Overtourism is an issue on most of Europe's most popular island destinations. So head to one on our list for space and tranquility.
Albania & North Macedonia's EU membership bids 'must be together'
Brussels had been considering both applications together, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
EU talks up Afghan support as US leaves and security declines
European Union foreign ministers debated ways to maintain support for Afghanistan's government on Monday.
Young people present future visions on Europe Day in Strasbourg
Europe Day has been celebrated in Strasbourg with young people presenting their visions for the future of the bloc
Why does Europe Day matter and how can you take part in it?
From a debate on the future of Europe to online concerts with top European bands: there are many ways to observe Europe Day this Sunday.