A plenary session hasn't been held in the eastern French city since February 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Conversation interviews Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama ahead of the State of the Union conference in Florence and discusses the country's ongoing efforts to join the European Union.
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.
The European Commission deal with Pfizer-BioNTech is its biggest vaccine contract so far
"This is a terrifying moment for women in Afghanistan," writes Heather Barr from Human Rights Watch. "The April 14 announcement that US troops will leave Afghanistan before September 11 has created a new level of fear in a country already devastated by 40 years of war."
With the pandemic, lockdowns, climate change and the digital transition, employment in Europe has rarely been so precarious. Job retention schemes are keeping millions in work, but what happens once they end?
French farmers staged a 'tractor protest' at the European Parliament in Strasbourg over new EU agriculture proposals they say are too 'green'
Brussels considers that Apple breaches EU competition law because it charges high commission fees on rivals on the App store.
The new prime minister of Kosovo wrapped up two days of meeting in Brussels without committing to a firm date to return for negotiations with Serbia.
According to data obtained by Euronews from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the B.1.617 variant has been detected in seven European countries.
Drama with the European Super League dominated the first half of the week, as the European Commission announced proposals for regulating artificial intelligence.