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Eurozone annual inflation hits a record at 9.1% in August
Inflation in the euro area hit another record in August at 9.1%, fueled by soaring energy prices mainly driven by Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Eurozone unemployment remains stable at 6.6%, lower than in pandemic
Eurozone unemployment remained stable at 6.6% in the month of June, having dropped by 1.3% compared to last year.
Ukraine war pushes eurozone's inflation to a record 7.5%
Energy prices are once again the main drivers behind soaring inflation, recording a 44.7% rise on an annual basis.
Euro area debt soars to 98% of GDP amid COVID-19 crisis - Eurostat
Public debt and deficit surged last year across the EU as governments borrowed massively to mitigate the impacts of pandemic lockdowns.
COVID-19 prompts life expectancy to fall in a majority of EU countries
According to Eurostat, the biggest drop was recorded in Spain, with a loss of 1.6 years on 2019.
Eurozone economy shrank less than feared in 2020 — Eurostat estimate
The EU's statistics agency says early analysis suggests eurozone GDP fell by 0.7% in the last quarter and 6.8% across 2020.
New report paints bleak picture of EU unemployment
The unemployment rate for the bloc was at 7.6% in October 2020, up 1% compared to October 2019.
EU baby deaths halved in last 20 years, accordig to new statistics
The number of deaths among babies under a year old have halved on average across all EU member states, according to newly released statistics from Eurostat.
Germany, France, Greece and Spain host 68% of illegal migrants in EU
68% of illegal migrants present in the EU live in four EU countries: Germany, France, Greece and Spain.
Which European countries are the most dangerous to work in?
It's not what you might expect.
Over a quarter of Europeans do not exercise at all: Eurostat
Portugal and Croatia were found to be the only two EU countries were a majority of the population does not carry out any physical activity outside working time.
EU household spending on alcohol tops €130 billion
Households in the European Union spent more than €130 million on alcohol in 2017, but how do different member states compare?
Higher unemployment rates in EU cities for people born outside bloc
Croatia and the Czech Republic are the only EU countries where unemployment rates of people born outside of the bloc were not higher than those born within it, according to Eurostat data.
Number of illegal migrants in EU down, increase in those kicked out
Latest EU figures show the number of non-EU citizens refused entry to EU jumped by 13% last year.
These European countries think they're healthy — but here's the truth
How healthy do people in Europe feel? Very healthy, apparently. More than two-thirds perceived their health status as good or very good in 2016.
Eight statistics that define the role of women in Europe
Women are less likely to hold management positions, political roles and are still nine times more likely to be raped.
Baltics are the murder capital of Europe, report finds
Three Baltic states saw the highest recorded intentional homicides relative to their populations in 2015, according to data from the European Commission.
Latvia has highest share of environmental taxes, Luxembourg has lowest
The Baltic country had the highest share of environmental taxes in 2016, while the small western nation of Luxembourg scored the lowest.
Why do Scandinavians generate more waste than other Europeans?
Denmark is the European country that generates the most municipal waste — while Romania generates the least, according to data from Eurostat.
Paris and Rome most popular UNESCO sites on Wikipedia
Good news for European tourism? Half of the 20 most popular sites are located in the EU.