View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Euronews Tech Talks
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
More about this topic
A new documentary sparks a controversy over Hitler's birthplace
More about this topic
The UN will foster Ukraine's sustainable reconstruction amid conflict
Given the scale of needs, the international community has a financial imperative to provide additional support to Ukraine that both addresses immediate needs and delivers for its future sustainable development, Jorge Moreira da Silva writes.
This rebuilt hospital makes case for green reconstruction of Ukraine
Horenka's hospital is one of an estimated 330 that have been destroyed across Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion. It is now more energy-resilient and efficient thanks to a solar-powered heat pump.
French director Michel Hazanavicius says why helping Ukraine matters
The Oscar winning French director explained to Euronews Culture how he became involved in the project to help rebuild Ukraine and why it's a campaign everyone should be concerned with.
Ukraine reconstruction must reinforce its democratic principles | View
"We know that our democracy is still a work in progress and that when peace comes we must be ready to get back to work."
Rebuilding Ukraine will be a 'challenge for generations', says Scholz
The World Bank has estimated that the cost of damage in Ukraine will be around €350 billion.
Ukrainians in the country's east begin daunting rebuild
Galyna Kios had been sheltering with family and neighbours in her gloomy basement, cooking on a makeshift wood-fired stove, when the Russians came.
state of the union
The one discordant tone at the Ukraine conference in Lugano
n international conference in the Swiss city of Lugano agreed to a set of principles for re-building Ukraine, including the need for broad reforms to boost transparency and root out corruption. Leading the Ukrainian delegation was the country's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
Italy pays tribute to victims five years after Amatrice earthquake
Mario Draghi has vowed to accelerate reconstruction efforts in central Italy, five years after a devastating earthquake killed nearly 300 people.
Two years of work to restore Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral | In pictures
Two years on from a devastating blaze, much work has been done to restore Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris to its former glory. But much more is still needed.
Czech village hosts re-enactment of Napoleon's Battle of Austerlitz
The roar of canons boomed across a field in the Czech Republic's Brno-Country district on Saturday as men in military uniforms clashed and fired at each other during a grand re-enactment of one of the greatest battles in modern history.
Notre Dame: Young trade trainees hope to help restore scorched roof
France is in a hurry to rebuild the world-famous Notre-Dame cathedral. The young people of the Compagnons du Devoir, hope to be among the chosen ones for the prestigious task of restoring their centennial roof.
Genoa bridge demolition begins
Four months after the collapse that cost 43 lives and disrupted an entire region's cross-border transport, Italian engineers prepare to destroy and rebuild.
Russians throw 'Venetian Carnival' in floods to woo roadwork fixtures
Locals decided to shed light on their town's problem in a humorous way.