The coronavirus has so far tested health care systems and economies. But if borders continue to close, it will be a test for the single market, too.
If the EU wants to survive as a meaningful organisation delivering for all of its citizens, it will have to step up its response to the ongoing rule of law crisis.
The court ordered the release of the suspect and said it needed more information from the Polish judicial authorities.
The Auschwitz Museum in Poland says that inventing atrocities that didn't happen at the Nazi death camp only encourages Holocaust denial.
Over the last decade, nativist populists across the European Union have grabbed the headlines. But the cost of that political attention has been less focus paid to how their ideas have entered the mainstream.
A Polish town's attitude towards gay people has cost it its French twin.
The innovation project 'Insension' is being developed to give people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD) a new way of communicating.
"[The EU] has no right to interfere with the justice system," one argued.
This week is the first without Britain as a member, and the EU was keen to reset its route. The French President was in Poland and the Commission laid out new methods for those keen to join the bloc.
French president said it was obligation of 'big European powers' to make Europe stronger, more sovereign, and more united.
Digital colourist Marina Amaral, the woman behind the Faces of Auschwitz project, explains why her work colourising pictures of Auschwitz inmates is so vital, despite the toll it takes personally.
Religious and state leaders and survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp gathered on the 75th anniversary of its liberation.
The extraordinary memories of a former Soviet soldier who was there on 27 January 1945.
As President Duda warns against false narratives, Euronews takes a look at the warring perspectives of Poland and Russia.
The tweet comes just days before the Holocaust Memorial Day, marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Residents of Milowka disguise themselves as devils, bears and death as they parade through the village.
There were mixed feelings among British MEPs this week as they sat in Strasbourg for the final time before Brexit. But there was delight among Catalan separatists after Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comin were finally allowed to take their seats.
The European Parliament has voted on a resolution saying that rule of law in Hungary and Poland is still deteriorating. Which means that the EU is failing to bring these countries to realign with the Union’s core values.
"The EU commission fully rejects any false claims that attempt to distort the history of the Second World War or paint the victims like Poland as perpetrators," said EU commissioner Věra Jourová.
The Senate has sought to remove TVP Info's press accreditation after a camera hit a Senate officer outside the Parliament building.
Gladiator of Auschwitz: New film tells the story of Pole who boxed his way through hell
The European Commission has unveiled the "Just Transition Fund" as an essential part of its ambitious programme to fight climate change. The Fund, worth 7.5 billion euros, should help countries kick their coal habit.
Poland plans sanctions against judges who oppose judicial reforms that have been denounced as a "muzzle-law".
Yad Vashem in Jerusalem said only the leaders of of WW2's four allied powers - plus Israel, as the host nation - would be asked to speak at the event.
Scientists in Lublin, Poland have literally re-built patients bones using this groundbreaking material called FlexiOss
Unlike most books that followed in the "Lord of the Ring's" footsteps, “The Witcher” stories aren’t told from a Western perspective. This is fantasy rooted in the eastern European tradition combining fairy tales and horror.