European nations are stepping up their preparations to tackle wildfires this summer ahead of an expected record wildfire season.
Using tools as varied as cyberattacks, malign finance and information operations, Russian government-linked actors have interfered in EU member states. European democracies have mobilised to confront this challenge, but more action is needed – and fast.
The Real Economy team attended the Brussels Economic Forum to discuss Europe's role in the new global order.
Manfred Weber appeared to cling to his bid for the European Commission presidency in an interview with Welt newspaper on Sunday, as the German conservative urged EU lawmakers to push back against decisions made in "diplomats' back rooms."
Journalists from Spain, Poland, Italy and more tell us what their country is focused on.
More than 1 in 7 newly-elected MEPs promised to fight for animal rights protections in the new European Parliament. It's time the EU takes the issue more seriously.
Marine Le Pen will announce a new far-right coalition made up of nationalist parties from across Europe.
Whilst domestic factors are set to support the European economy, global uncertainties are weighing it down.
Spanish MEPs elected last month are not being allowed full access into the parliament. They can only visit the building as guests since a political raw broke out between Catalan and other Spanish MEPs.
Russia says the D-Day invasion "did not have a decisive impact" on World War II and its significance "should not be exaggerated".
Cancer accounts for 52% of work related deaths annually - what can the EU do to protect its 40 million workers from this?
Salvini, the country's deputy prime minister, said the EU's fiscal rules had failed and that they should be rewritten to focus on cutting unemployment.
The simple conclusion of the European elections is that the centrist mainstream still holds. But it is what the liberals decide to do now that will help decide the EU's future.
European Union leaders will meet in Brussels on Tuesday - to start talks on finding a successor to Jean Claude Juncker as European Commission President.
Written on their faces: Watch candidates react to EU election results
With a voter turnout of a record high of nearly 51%, the European Elections have shown the divergence of political alliances in Europe.
The contest to find Britain's next Prime Minister has begun, but how does it work and how long will it take?
"What we're seeing is that people are no longer kind of characterised so much by strict party loyalty but they're willing to try out different things because of the level of disillusionment with the political system," an expert told Euronews as EU voters started casting their ballot.
Do you hear the people sing (about their love for Europe)?
While the British Prime Minister struggles to make good on the country's decision to leave the EU, North Macedonia is waiting for the green light to start membership talks with the bloc.
German satire party's Nazi name stunt puts Goebbels on ballot paper
"Hereby I challenge you to a one-on-one debate, as people have the full right to know what devil's plan you have in mind," the Belgian MEP and EU Commission President spitzenkandidat said in a video on Twitter.
YouTube creator Fonseca's inquest on the low turnout at the European Elections: Who’s responsible, politicians, the media, voters? Watch the video
Several people are in the race to replace Jean-Claude Juncker for the EU's top job. Here's how the bloc's next Commission President will be elected.
Germany and France have the most influential delegations but Italy's Antonio Tajani clinched the top spot.
Have you ever wanted to see inside the European Parliament in Brussels?
In this interactive 360 story, you can explore the parliament and meet the people who make the heart of European democracy tick.