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EU leaders want Slovenian athletes to bear the EU flag alongside their national flag for the Olympic Games opening ceremony.
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After a slow start, Europe's inoculation drive has picked up pace. The share of the EU's population that received at least one vaccine dose is now higher than in the US.
France tightens rules for travellers from UK and several EU countries
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Brexit -- the effects of which kicked in at the start of the year -- means hiring migrant pickers from eastern Europe is now much harder.
Carrot or stick? Which is best at pushing Europeans to get vaccinated?
Some countries are now requiring health passes to access restaurants and travel in an effort to push citizens to get COVID-19 jabs.
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A dozen EU countries have had their COVID recovery spending plans approved, paving the way for funds to arrive later this month.
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Anger rises as uncollected rubbish leaves stench on streets of Rome
Residents and business owners are furious as the city's hot temperatures make the smell overwhelming.
EU governments approve plan to rival China's Belt and Road Initiative
China's Belt and Road initiative was launched in 2013 to expand the country's influence worldwide.
Europe's climate masterplan aims to slash emissions within a decade
The European Union is preparing to unveil a raft of ambitious plans designed to cut emissions drastically over the next decade.
Europe must act to stop Assad, Syrian opposition group tells Euronews
The EU denied following "a policy of waiting" towards Damascus after a Syrian opposition group accused the bloc of not exerting sufficient pressure on the Assad regime.
WhatsApp faces EU consumer complaints over privacy changes
Fake COVID vaccine certificates sold on dark web for €150
Italy says it has seized control of 10 channels on the encrypted messaging service Telegram linked to anonymous accounts in marketplaces on the dark web.
Hungary threatened with EU sanction over anti-LGBT law
Nine out of ten hate crimes going unreported, EU report claims
Many hate crime victims do not report attacks because they find the process too bureaucratic or do not trust the police, a new report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights found.
European Union hits back at Belarus over "illegal migration"
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Romanian workers stage 2,000km protest against low pay
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'Divorce is always negative': Barnier gives Brexit overview
Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, gives his insight on the whole 1600 days of Brexit and discusses his new book on his role and experience during the discussions. He also reveals his political aspirations for the future.
Michel Barnier 'prefers not to give opinion' on UK Brexit negotiators
'I prefer to stop at that': The EU's former chief Brexit negotiator tells Euronews he greatly respected UK ex-PM Theresa May and her top delegate, but offers no comment on her successor Boris Johnson or his team.
EU bans 10 most common single-use plastic items found on beaches
The EU directive will be transposed into national law and applied as of 3 July 2021 - any countries who don't respect these obligations will be fined.