With unemployment surging across Europe and worldwide, will the EU's SURE scheme (Support to mitigate Unemployment Risks in an Emergency) help avoid another pandemic - joblessness - once the COVID-19 emergency has receded?
The EU faces unprecedented challenges created by the coronavirus including emergency measures giving states sweeping powers. The Global Conversation discussed Europe's response to these issues with Věra Jourová, Vice President of the European Commission.
Euronews heads to the Danish town of Sonderborg to find out how they plan to become Europe's first carbon neutral city.
Lithuanian Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius speaks to Euronews' business editor about combatting climate change and biodiversity loss and how Europe can become the world's first carbon-neutral continent.
A decades-long personality clash between two of Albania’s leading politicians has worsened a constitutional mess that has profound ramifications.
France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Greece are among the countries with debt-to-GDP ratios near or above 100%
It could get fiery: European leaders are meeting in Brussels to agree the EU's next long-term budget.
With its low birth rate and fast-ageing population, Europe is facing a demographic crisis, but the EU Commission is trying to find ways to re-integrate older people into the labour market and create new opportunities.
"Nuclear force is our final recourse, the cornerstone of our security, the guarantor of our vital interests," French president declared.
This practice of vigilantes came from the United States and has spread to Europe especially in countries in the north. In Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Germany and the UK, vigilante groups number more than three million citizens
There are 5.5 million young people in Europe who are not in education, employment or training. New to the labour market, they are less likely to find a job or are often employed on temporary or part-time contracts.
Nigel Farage has been talking to Euronews about Brexit, leaving Brussels and how he'll miss being the pantomime villain.
The EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, explains how Brussels is helping coal-dependent countries to move away from fossil fuels.
Nearly every major aspect of the European Union's economy is set to be reassessed in light of the climate and ecological emergency.
The European Central Bank has been leading efforts to stimulate growth for years, but some now say its financial toolkit is almost empty.
The European Health Parliament meets in Brussels to come up with innovative policies for future healthcare
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, EU Council President Charles Michel, EU Parliament President David Sassoli and European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde officially started in their positions on Sunday December 1.
David Sassoli, elected as President of the Eurpean Parliament in July, says rejection of three nominated commissioners and the current block on accession talks for potential new members are simply the normal, healthy functionings of democracy.
Brexit, NATO, Trump, Turkey and more, Sassoli offered his take on many of today's hot topics for Euronews' Global Conversation.
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.