Turkey has denied it is doing anything illegal on the divided island - where a huge discovery of reserves has set off a race to tap into the resources.
A Turkish ship planning to drill for oil and gas close to Cyprus dropped anchor off the island on Monday, sparking tensions with Nicosia and the European Union.
After failing to attend the first hearing about climate change denial, US oil company ExxonMobil faces the possibility of losing lobbying privileges in the EU Parliament.
Some key questions remain unanswered: who are its real investors and whose interests are at stake? Who will ultimately benefit from the project: Hungary, Croatia, Russia, the US? And where do the needs of the Croatian people fit in this alleged international scheme?
Armenian Prime Minister answered Euronews questions on his foreign policy, cooperation with EU, energy security. Nikol Pashinyan denies that Yerevan is balancing between Moscow and Brussels.
In this edition we look at what Europe's future policy is on space (including joining up with NASA to smash asteroids), a court ruling on religious holidays, Russia Ukraine gas talks and Hungary's Foreign Minister speaks about rule of law.
Turkey's Foreign Minister says he is willing to listen to fresh proposals to end the divide between the island's Greek and Turkish communities.
Around 5,000 marched down the Champs Elysees to fight against French president Emmanuel Macron's fuel hikes. Chaos erupted after police used water cannons and tear gas on demonstrators.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Poland today to meet her Polish Counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki.
They're expected to discuss the controversial Nord Stream II gas pipeline.
It's an issue that has heightened already tense relations between the two countries.
Final stages of TAP's construction are under review as Italy’s new environment minister calls the project "pointless", as he says there's a lack of demand and Washington sees TAP as crucial in its strategy to contain Moscow influence on the old continent
The EU-brokered talks in Berlin between Russia and Ukraine over the future transit of gas from Russia to the European Union concluded one round on Tuesday. They will continue in September.
Schroeder who is chairman of the Nord Stream II pipeline project says the EU and the US are putting obstacles to the project
EU antitrust regulators have accepted concessions made by Gazprom and will not issue a fine against the energy giant
It will double the amount of natural gas Russia can funnel directly to the heart of Europe from newly tapped reserves in Siberia.
Three Belgian companies have been accused by Belgian Customs authorities of exporting chemicals to Syria without a proper export license.
Russia tells EU gas supplies via Ukraine under no immediate threat after Gazprom begins to terminate supply contracts with Ukraine.
The pipeline — developed by the TAPI Pipeline Company — will carry 33 billion cubic metres of natural gas a year and create about 12,000 jobs.
Cyprus has accused the Turkish military of obstructing a ship contracted by Italian oil
company Eni from approaching an area to explore for natural gas
Gas prices in Europe have fallen after Austria’s main gas import hub said normal service had been resumed in the wake of Tuesday’s deadly
The operator of Italy’s gas grid says the system is secure despite the state of emergency declared after the Baumgarten blast.
“On a very cold
The UN warns the amount of CO2 in the Earth's atmosphere has reached levels not seen in millions of years.
Sanctions barring EU firms from providing Crimea with energy technology were said to have been ignored by Russia.
The world's chemical weapons watchdog says the banned nerve agent sarin was used in an attack in northern Syria in April that killed dozens of people.
Russia's Gazprom says construction has started on the TurkStream undersea gas pipeline through the Black Sea.
Sarin gas is now thought by many to have been used in the attack in Syria.
Chemical Weapons Convention routinely ignored in Syria