The wildlife rescue community in Europe is a vital resource that governments depend on when combatting wildlife crime and animal abuse. It is time for a renewed commitment from both member states and the EU to ensure they are recognised as such and given the support they need.
Global Conversation talked to the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic to discuss the country's achievements, the next challenges, but also the challenges of the wider region.
The Republic of North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev talks to Euronews about the country’s accession negotiations being stopped. To watch the full interview on Global Conversation click on the player.
The Global Conversation asks Emily O'Reilly why she wants to be re-elected for another five-year term.
Sebastian Kurz, who was ousted in June after a coalition scandal, has won Sunday's election and can lead a stable coalition, voting projections show.
Six years ago, his book "Capital in the 21st Century" sold 2.5 million copies after being translated into 40 languages. Arguably the most famous French economist in the world, Thomas Piketty is back with a controversial new book "Capital and Ideology".
Critics say linking immigration and "Protecting the European way of life" panders to the far-right.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the outgoing President of the European Commission, has said Brexit is a "tragedy" and a "failure" but it is "the failure of Britain, not the European Union." He also said the UK had only ever been "part-time Europeans".
Outgoing European Union Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos tells Euronews Correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon of the major issues during his time overseeing the most divisive and toxic of topics facing the EU – and his determination that the EU/Turkey statement must survive.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
"It is possible these two results shake up the political system nationwide. But if the SBD stays in power in Bradenburg and the CDU stays in power in Saxony, this could be, as we say in German, a storm in a water bottle (storm in a teacup)."
Georgia wants to join the European Union.
Take a look back at the highlights from the first season of Raw Politics Your Call.
Albania at "end of the beginning" of EU accession talks, says ambassador
Italian politician Sandro Gozi is being branded a traitor by the leader of the 5-star movement for taking a post as advisor to the French government.
Boris Johnson has won the Conservative leadership contest and will become UK prime minister. What will he do with Britain and Brexit and where did he come from?
Months after the European Elections, we’re back to talk about its main takeaways, namely gains for the greens and the strengthening of anti-immigrant far-right parties. We bring you two reports on Insiders Unreported Europe – Euronews’ current affairs magazine. One from Italy and one from Germany.
Watch the interview to hear viewpoints from two different countries, Italy and Poland, about why Italy’s League Party scored so high and why the Law and Justice Party in Poland did so well.
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.