A Turkish restaurant has received threats and abuse after printing anti-Brexit messages at the bottom of its receipts
We take a look at the biggest stories from across Europe that you need to know about today.
Marine Le Pen launched her campaign for the European Parliament election with an appeal to the Yellow Vest protesters.
Bremen police have published a video showing the moment the far-right AFD politician was attacked.
A party official told Euronews' Raw Politics show that it's not "fair" to call Vox far-right.
After decades of socialist rule, the conservative Popular Party (PP) has taken power in Andalucia, southern Spain, with the help far-right party Vox.
Euronews visits the Andalusian town of El Ejido where a third of the 90,000 inhabitants are immigrants.
A German website has caused controversy in Germany after taking data of possible extremists by using a mask and then exposing them.
Yolanda González, 19, was killed in the 1980s by a right-wing group.
Vox's victory could now pave the way for a far-right surge at a national level.
Spain's far-right party is seen winning 8-10 seats in the Andalusia election, according to an early opinion poll.
French president visits sites of great WWI battles and says regions' suffering must end.
An annual nationalist rally in Warsaw is set to go ahead on the centenary of Polish independence after a court said a city ban was unconstitutional.
Here are six stories from around Europe to know about this Friday lunchtime.
In an exclusive interview, Euronews speaks to Liz Fekete, Director of the Institute of Race Relations about the rise of the far-right.
Brazil's far right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro says he sees no problem in moving the country's embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Bolsonaro confirmed the move in a tweet, saying "Israel is a sovereign state and we shall duly respect that".
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies suffered their worst election result since 1950 on Sunday.
Hundreds of thousands have gathered in Berlin to march against the far right. Activist groups representing migrants, the LGBTQ+ community, workers and the homeless, walked the streets together.
The party claims the controversial initiative has been targeted by hackers.
Eight policemen were slightly injured.